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UCSA Launches 3 Campaigns For 2017-18 School Year

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) will mount three undergraduate campaigns fighting for students’ rights for the 2017-18 school year: UC Sustain Our Students (SOS), reIGNITE an...
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Two Santa Barbara Shark Attacks Leave Both Victims Uninjured

Two Santa Barbara shark attacks were reported Thursday morning, leaving one kayaker and one paddle boarder unharmed but with damaged gear.
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Pulitzer-Winning Photojournalist Makes UCSB Debut

Photojournalist Lynsey Addario spoke at Campbell Hall this past Saturday, bringing an end to the UC Santa Barbara Arts & Lectures National Geographic Live series.
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Recap: Off-Campus Senator Candidate Forum

The candidates for off-campus senator kicked off the second day of campaigning on Tuesday, meeting at the candidate forum in The Hub to relay their stances on various issues as potential senators.
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An America Without Free Press

Anjalie Tandon discusses why free press is essential to America's democracy, and how the Trump presidency is a threat to both.
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The Two Shades of Isla Vista

Anjalie Tandon takes a closer look at the dual nature of Isla Vista.
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I.V. a Lucrative Market for Deliveries

As a small town with a quirky, youthful populace, Isla Vista has needs that differ from its surrounding areas. Students who understand its distinct culture are able to fulfill I.V.’s demands through...
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Male Student Transported to Hospital After Falling From Bike

A male student was transported to the hospital Tuesday after falling off of his bike next to Girvetz Hall and hitting his head on the ground.
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Dos Pueblos High School Students Join UCSB in Protests Against Trump

After nearly 1,000 UC Santa Barbara students protested the election of Donald Trump early Wednesday morning, they were joined by Dos Pueblos High School students who walked out of class at noon.
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Joan Hartmann Wins Third District County Supervisor Race

The contest ended with Hartmann attaining 53.96% of the county vote Tuesday night, enough to beat Porter who won 45.79% of the county vote.
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Cultured: What Does it Mean?

Anjalie Tandon questions the merit of becoming cultured.
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Something to Do

Anjalie Tandon questions the logic behind simply filling your time.
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A Million Short Romances

Anjalie Tandon notes the beauty of embracing the everyday romance.
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Summertime Sadness

Anjalie Tandon questions the glorification of sadness and depression.
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Takeaways from ‘Feminism is Cancer’

Anjalie Tandon shares her thoughts after attending Thursday's event.
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