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UCSB Hosts Ecosocialism Conference in Girvetz

System Change not Climate Change (SCNCC), an ecosocialists organization, hosted the “21st Century Ecosocialism Conference” in Girvetz Hall this weekend to discuss potential solutions to the climat...
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Speaker Gives Talk Against Same-Sex Marriage

UCSB Anscombe Society held its inaugural lecture Tuesday night at Buchanan Hall, hosting former George Mason University economics professor and Ruth Institute president and founder Jennifer Roback Mor...
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UCSB Professors Discuss Historical View on ISIL

International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) and UCSB History club co-hosted a talk titled “ISIS: A Historical Perspective” at Buchanan Hall Wednesday night during which UCSB h...
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‘We’re fUCked’ Protests Tuition

The UCSB Office of the External Vice President for Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) is hosting the “We’re fUCked” weeklong series of events on campus to protest the long-term plan proposed by the Uni...
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Nakamura Speaks on LEDs

Nobel Laureate and UC Santa Barbara materials and electrical and computer engineering professor Shuji Nakamura gave a talk on his Nobel Prize-winning research on blue light-emitting diodes last night ...
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Club Plants Trees in Memoriam

Students from the UCSB Lions Club planted trees at the Trigo-Pasado Park on Friday in honor of the victims of last year’s May 23rd Isla Vista mass murder.
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Das Williams Ready To Tackle Tough Issues

Santa Barbara Assembly member Das Williams announced his candidacy to run for the Supervisor of the First District of Santa Barbara this past Monday.
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Students Protest Alleged Mistreatment

Students gathered for a sit-in outside the Student Resource Building on Monday in protest of the university’s alleged mistreatment of sexual assault survivors and lenient punishment of perpetrators.
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VC Firm Chooses Alumnus as Fellow

Silicon Valley venture capital firm Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers (KPCB) recently selected alumnus Kevin Gibbons as a 2015 fellow in their KPCB Fellows Program.
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Pollock Theater Shows ‘Citizenfour’

The Pollock Theater screened Academy Award-winning film “Citizenfour” Wednesday night and held a discussion led by professors of film and media studies Lisa Parks and Jennifer Holt on former syste...
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Local Psychologist, Author Lectures on PTSD in Veterans

Santa Barbara psychologist and author Larry Decker gave a lecture on his recently released book, The Alchemy of Combat: Transforming Trauma in Combat Veterans, exploring post-traumatic stress...
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IVTU Continues Tenant Rights Campaign

The Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) rallied support at the Pardall Center on Friday for an upcoming march to protest the eviction of six households from their homes at 6754 and 6764 Abrego Road last A...
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Does Venmo Money Mean Mo’ Problems?

Electronic mobile payment application allows students to pay for rent, drugs, but detracts from the traditional transactional experiences
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Monty

Christopher Chen reflects on the cycle of inspiration, and creation
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Brown Releases 2015-2016 State Budget Plans

Governor Jerry Brown released a $164.7 billion proposed state budget plan for the fiscal year 2015-2016 on Friday, which includes the $120 million increase for the University of California system he c...
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