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Police Blotter

Last week, Santa Barbra police officials made three different arrests for large-scale drug charges, with one arrest involving a Santa Barbara City College student found to be in possession of one pound of MDMA — a drug chemically consistent with ecstasy that is also known as “Molly”. 19-year-old Isla Vista […]

Students Call For Attention, Promote Justice In Palestine
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Students Call For Attention, Promote Justice In Palestine

Yesterday, Students for Justice in Palestine erected a wall outside Girvetz Hall in order to draw attention to the condition of the Palestinian people, along with presenting a petition asking the school to boycott businesses that are involved in human rights violations within the region. SJP is an on-campus group […]

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UCSB Professor Examines Importance of Ethics in Secular, Spiritual Societies

Religious studies professor Ann Taves’s new book What Matters?: Ethnographies of Value in a Not So Secular Age investigates the use of spiritual labels to define ethical values in today’s society. Taves’s work combines research from a wide range of disciplines, such as psychology and anthropology, to explore the extent […]

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Track and Field: Santa Barbara Aims for Big West Championships

The men’s and women’s track teams will head south this weekend to vie for a spot atop the Big West at the Big West Championships at Northridge, Calif.

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Men’s Basketball

Carrying a four-game losing streak and the worst offense in the conference, the UCSB men’s basketball team looks to get the monkey off its back when it hosts UC Davis in the final game of its three-game homestand tonight at the Thunderdome.