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Letter from the Editor: Emile Nelson

Our 2015-2016 editor in chief starts us off to a great year with wise words and fun facts.
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Azeem Ward: Overnight Flute Sensation

Over the past couple days, fourth-year music major Azeem Ward has gone from graduating senior to Facebook and Buzzfeed celebrity, following the enormous following his senior flute recital has gathered...
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Goleta State of the City Addresses Town Development, Finances

The Goleta Valley Chamber of Commerce held the eighth annual Goleta State of the City on Thursday at Bacara Resort & Spa.
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Survey Reveals Students’ Dining Common Preferences

Apart from textbooks, professors and course registration, a major concern for many college students is the quality and accessibility of food. With four dining commons situated around campus, UCSB stud...
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Panel Discusses Controversy Over Pope’s Recent Resignation

Last night the UCSB History Associates hosted a panel of professors at the University Club in downtown Santa Barbara to discuss the future implications of the recent resignation of Pope Emeritus Bened...
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Humanities Center Talks About Ethics of Using Drones for War

Last Thursday, UCSB’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Center hosted a symposium focused on examining the ethical and tangible repercussions of using drones for targeted killing. A set of panelists pres...
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Fair Promotes Minorities In STEM Professions

The Mathematics, Engineering and Science Achievement program hosted its 14th annual Science and Technology Day on Saturday, allowing junior and high school students from the Tri-County area to explore...
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Student Health Insurance Deficit Forum Seeks Budget Resolution

In response to the UC Student Health Insurance Plan’s recent $57 million deficit, as projected by Alliant Insurance Services, the Student Health Advisory Committee hosted a forum in the University C...
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