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Students Combine Cultures in Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving has been a tradition in the Americas since 1621 when Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared a meal to celebrate the autumn harvest. Today, Thanksgiving traditions vary family to ...
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‘National Geographic’ Rainforest Explorer Speaks at Campbell

Mark Moffett has written and photographed over two dozen articles for National Geographic. During the talk, Moffett shared his photography in a slideshow.
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UCSB Students, Faculty Discuss Refugee Crisis

National leaders from countries in Europe and Africa created an Action Plan to address benefits of migration, causes of forced displacement and other issues More than 60 European and African leaders ...
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International Students Host Vigil for France

International student from France Candice Farel hosted a vigil Saturday night to mourn the lives of the approximately 129 people killed in Paris on Friday in terrorist attacks by the Islamic State als...
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LGBTQ Studies To Revitalize its Minor

The Department of Feminist Studies plans to expand the LGBTQ Minor by adding three new classes; two in Winter quarter and one during Spring New Director of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ...
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Bake Sale Raises Funds for Syrian Refugees in Need

UCSB American Red Cross is hosting a bake sale in front the UCen Tuesday through Thursday to raise money for Syrian refugees. Over 70 goods were baked in preparation for the first day of the sale, inc...
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UCSA Discusses Mental Health, Sexual Assault Policy

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) discussed #HowAreYou: A Call to Reform Student Mental Health Services and the UConsent campaign at the monthly board meeting Sunday at UC Rivers...
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Send Silence Packing Display Recognizes 1,100 College Lives Lost to Suicide Each Year

UCSB Active Minds, in conjunction with Santa Barbara’s Wellness Center, hosted Send Silence Packing Oct. 12 in front of the Student Resource Building to call attention to college suicide. Send Silen...
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UCSB Staff and Students Share Opinions on Newly Passed California Fair Pay Act

Governor Jerry Brown signed Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s California Fair Pay Act (SB 358) into law this Wednesday. SB 358, which takes effect in January, prohibits California employers from paying ...
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I.V. Parking Safety, Efficiency Under Scrutiny

SB County Planning Commission meeting to address questionable survey claiming 15 percent increase in parking availability, gather accurate data regarding state of parking
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SB County Young Republicans, Organization Officials Speak on Iran Nuclear Deal

Santa Barbara County Young Republicans held a roundtable briefing and a luncheon on Sunday at the Montecito Country Club to discuss criticisms of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), more c...
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Refugee Students Speak Out for a Cause

UCSB students who appear to be typical college students, but are in fact refugees, shed light on the difficulties that led to their decision to flee.
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UCSB To Go Water Wiser

UC Santa Barbara plans to reduce potable water use by 12 percent by March 2016 by further utilizing water recycling technology on campus.
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