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Ecological Storytelling Screens Miyazaki Classic: “Nausicaä of Valley of the Wind”

Graduate student Jeremy Chow from UCSB’s English department hosted the screening of the animated film “Nausicaä of Valley of the Wind” on Friday in South Hall room 2635. This spectacular film, ...
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Final Regents Meeting Addresses Tuition Hikes, Divestment, Food Security

The UC Board of Regents met Thursday at UC San Francisco Mission Bay for their final meeting of the 2014-2015 academic year to discuss planned tuition increases, the current status of the UC Global Fo...
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Cupp Discusses Freedom of Speech

Conservative commentator and New York Daily News writer Sarah Elizabeth Cupp spoke about the importance of freedom of speech and the political culture surrounding it to students and community members ...
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Divestment Fails to Pass Again

For the third consecutive year, the Associated Students Senate did not pass a resolution to divest from companies allegedly profiting from human rights violations in Israel-Palestine, voting 13-12-1 i...
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Divestment Resolution Passes to A.S. Senate

The Associated Students Senate External Affairs Committee formally passed to the A.S. Senate, by a secret vote of six-to-one, a resolution to divest from companies profiting from human rights violatio...
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A.S. Senate Committee Tables Divestment Talks

The Associated Students Senate External Affairs Committee tabled a resolution to urge divestment from companies profiting from human rights violations in “Palestine/Israel” for one week at a meeti...
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UCSB Muslim Students Discuss Discrimination

Gauchos of Islamic faith and/or Middle Eastern descent open up about the effects of the Department of Homeland Security's recent Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) program and other international even...
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Bomber Diary 1: Victory at Sea

Welcome to the Bomber Diaries. These may be beer reviews, but they may not come in conventional forms. Historical fiction, poetry, a sensory exploration, anything is possible! This week we explore Bal...
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Event Takes Closer Look at Charlie Hebdo

A panel of professors, public officials and graduate students spoke at an event titled Charlie Hebdo: Defending Freedom of Speech and Fighting Islamophobia in France Thursday evening in Bucha...
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Obama’s State of the Union Touches on Local Issues

President Barack Obama delivered his second-to-last State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress last night and touched on the economy, defense, education, tax reform and energy.
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Police Arrest Protester at Regents Meeting

Students from all main University of California campuses gathered in front of the UC San Francisco Mission Bay Conference Center to protest yesterday’s meeting of the UC Regents, who debated a plan ...
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Regents Approve Tuition Plan

The UC Board of Regents met yesterday at the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center for the second of a three-day meeting to discuss, among other items, a proposal to fund the UC which includes a controve...
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The Only Winner in the Fight Against ISIS is the U.S. Defense Industry

What does U.S. military defense spending really end up funding? David Jackson tracks the history of domestic investment in Middle East conflicts, and analyzes where we are today.
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Local Business Throws Entrepreneur’s Conference

Santa Barbara’s third annual Ontrapalooza business conference brought best-selling author of Chicken Soup For the Soul Jack Canfield, New York Times bestselling author Dave Logan, Ontraport founder ...
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A.S. Senate Convenes for First Meeting of Fall Quarter

The Associated Students Senate held their first meeting of the academic year this Wednesday in the Flying A room at the UCen.
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