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Student Campaign Targets Mental Health Stigma

Six undergraduate students began a quarter-long campaign this week titled “Destigmatize Counseling” to combat negative stigmas surrounding mental illness by posting positive messages on social med...
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UCSB MUN Wins Award For Second Year

UCSB Model United Nations (MUN) won an Outstanding Delegation award for the second year in a row while representing Kuwait and Luxembourg at the National Model U.N. conference in New York last Thursda...
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Dancers Boogie for 12 Hours, Raise Funds for Children’s Hospital

The second annual Dance Marathon took place on campus on Saturday night at Pavilion Gym to raise money for the Santa Barbara Cottage Children’s Hospital.
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UCSA Passes Resolutions Supporting Divestment from Human Rights Violators

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) passed two resolutions on Sunday supporting UC divestment from Israeli companies allegedly profiting from human rights violations in the West Ba...
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Town Hall Meeting To Discuss AB 3, Self-Governance in I.V.

Tonight’s town hall meeting will talk about Assembly Bill 3 and new infrastructure in I.V.
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UCSB Hackathon Draws Participants, Sponsors From Across State

Hundreds of students from across the state participated in SB Hacks’ first annual UCSB Hackathon on Sunday to showcase projects they worked on throughout the weekend and to compete for prizes Th...
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Planned March To Protest Abrego Evictions

The Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) will lead a march from the Pardall Center through I.V. Friday at 1 p.m. to protest the eviction of six households from their apartments at 6754 and 6764 Abrego Road...
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Students, Lawmakers Weigh In on Inaugural Address

Governor Jerry Brown was sworn in for his fourth and final term and presented his annual state of state address on Monday, covering a variety of topics including the importance of continued support fo...
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Memorial Walk Remembers the Fallen

In honor of lives lost to alcohol and drug use as well as to the six students who passed away in the 2014 Isla Vista mass murder, a crowd of students trekked from Embarcadero Hall to the streets of I....
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Harvard Professor Lectures on Classroom Learning Strategies

Eric Mazur, Professor of Physics and Area Dean of Applied Physics at Harvard University, gave a lecture Friday at Corwin Pavilion addressing the ineffective nature classroom assessment in the 21st cen...
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