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Scam-Free Ticketing Platform Wins New Venture Competition

This year’s New Venture Competition’s first-place winner is CRYPTIX, a ticketing platform which uses blockchain technology to make the process safer by eliminating fraud and scalpers.
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ACLU Director Visits UCSB, Talks Immigration

The director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California, Ahilan Arulanantham, spoke Thursday night at the MultiCultural Center about immigrant rights and the role the ACLU has...
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Startup Competition Finalists to Square Off on Wednesday

After a year of preparation and competition, six student-run startup companies will move on to the finals of the New Venture Competition. The contest will be held 3-7 p.m Wednesday at Corwin Pavilion ...
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A.S. Votes on Syrian Refugee Students

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate plans to pass a resolution next Wednesday to allocate university spots and academic scholarships to the Syrian refugees displaced from their home universities.
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Local Democrats Sweep Elections

While Republicans win a federal majority, Democrats find their place in California.
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Students Observe Día de los Muertos

Jessica Maldonado’s grandfather passed away 15 years ago. Being Catholic, her family went to the church to celebrate Día de los Muertos and the life of her grandfather.
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Guests Speak on Love in Politics

Renowned minds in art and academia flew into Santa Barbara this week to discuss the concept of civility in the face of hatred and violence at UCSB Student Affairs’ newest series.
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UC DREAM Loan Support Program Receives Extension

University of California President Janet Napolitano announced Wednesday a three-year extension to the UC’s support program for undocumented students.
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Students Commemorate Armenian Genocide

The Armenian Student Association (ASA) held an event Wednesday called ‘Handprints Against Genocide’ in the hopes of spreading public awareness of the 1915 massacres
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Million Student March Returns to UCSB

About 300 students brought the Million Student March back to UCSB on Thursday, using the campaign to address issues of racism, student debt and private prison investments.
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