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In this op-ed, we clarify why we did not publish a student’s editorial regarding allegations of sexual assault.

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Junior Tobias Galskov Has Ascended Quickly to No. 1 on the UCSB Men’s Tennis Team

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Les Ballets Trockadero Returns to Santa Barbara

Last Tuesday night, the Granada Theatre and UCSB Arts & Lectures welcomed the renowned dance troupe, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo (a.k.a. “the Trocks”) to Santa Barbara. The group began in 1974 and has since become legendary for its all-male cast and humorous takes on classic ballets featuring men […]

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Abraham.In.Motion company dancer performs “Pavement” in Campbell Hall. Last night’s performance of the Kyle Abraham piece, which drew upon themes of gang violence, homelessness and HIV/AIDS, was its West Coast debut.
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‘Pavement’ Hits Campbell Hall

UCSB Arts & Lectures hosted award-winning choreographer Kyle Abraham and his dance company Abraham.In.Motion as they performed their modern dance piece “Pavement” last night in Campbell Hall.

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Jennifer Koh has won a variety of contests and awards, such as the Concert Artists Guild Competition, the Avery Fisher Career Grant and the Tchaikovsky Competition, which she won at the age of 17.
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Well-Known Violinist Brings Bach Back to SB

Famed violinist Jennifer Koh will perform a celebrated tribute to Johann Sebastian Bach titled “Bach and Beyond Part III” tonight at Hahn Hall in downtown Santa Barbara in an event hosted by UCSB Arts & Lectures.

This quarter’s ballot includes a $6.77 raise in MultiCultural Center fees in order to continue aid in light 
of recent budget cuts. The MCC promotes diversity and offers students a meeting room and equiptment to use.
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Fee Initiative Requested To Aid MCC Services

This year’s campus elections ballot includes a proposed fee increase for the MultiCultural Center of $6.77 per undergraduate student per quarter.

Crowds of prospective freshmen and parents examine tabling organizations. Out of 66,803 applicants, UCSB admitted 24,127 students, 4,510 of whom are expected to attend the university in the upcoming Fall.
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UCSB Admits Record Number of Students

The UC system was more selective and admitted more prospective first-year students than in previous years, and Latino students reflected higher admission rates than white students for the first time in the University’s history.