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Bong, Bong, Bong: The Hands Behind the Carillon Bells

As a member of Adjunct Professor Margo Halsted’s carillon bells class, Sophia Tao has spent the last two years making the trek up the tower at least once a week to play the bells.
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Title IX Policy Changes Proposed by UCOP

A graduate student representative of the UC Santa Barbara Title IX Student Advisory Board presented a series of proposed UC Title IX policy changes to the A.S. Senate Wednesday evening.
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All Newly-Elected A.S. Senators Sworn In, Meeting Ends With Full Agenda Unaddressed

The meeting ended just after 5:30 p.m. with more than a quarter of the agenda left unaddressed.
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Divestment Vote Canceled, 69th Senate Meeting Shut Down by ‘Civil Disobedience’

When the dust settled, it was another instance — the fifth time in six years — in which divestment failed to pass at UC Santa Barbara, which remains the only undergraduate UC campus not to have pa...
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Term in Review: IVP Jasmine Sandhu

Former IVP Jasmine Sandhu reflects on her time in office.
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Sexual Battery Reported on Campus Point

A woman was reportedly groped at Campus Point on Sunday morning, according to the UC Santa Barbara Police Department. The victim reported that an unfamiliar man “grabbed her buttocks” at approxima...
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WATCH: AFSCME Strike Draws Over 200 Supporters

AFSCME Local 3299 began its first day in a three-day-long strike Monday morning, as over 200 workers and student supporters gathered around UC Santa Barbara’s Storke Tower to protest low wages.
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A Love Letter to My Roots

Sanya Kamidi reflects on her cultural identity and what it means to be Indian.
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AFSCME Begins Strike, Draws Over 200 Supporters at UCSB

Workers from all 10 UC campuses plan to strike from May 7 to May 9. Participants on UCSB’s campus will strike from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. during these days.
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Full 2018 Extravaganza Lineup Announced

This year, Extravaganza will be on Sunday, May 20 at 1:00 p.m.
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Suspected Golden State Killer Arrested, Linked With Goleta Murders

Sacramento County Police arrested the suspected “Golden State Killer,” Joseph James DeAngelo, who allegedly committed multiple crimes in Goleta and across California, on April 24.
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University-Owned Off-Campus Senator Candidates Talk Platforms

Candidates running for the position of university-owned off-campus senator in the Associated Students Senate discussed their platforms on Thursday at an open forum in The Hub.
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On-Campus Senator Candidates Talk Platforms

Candidates running for on-campus senator positions on the A.S. Senate took the stage on Thursday in the Hub to present their qualifications.
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A.S. Internal Vice President Forum: Ho vs. Pimentel

Candidates for the position of Associated Students Internal Vice President took the stage Tuesday afternoon to answer questions about their qualifications and goals for the position.
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Collegiate, Transfer Senator Candidates Talk Platforms

Candidates running the collegiate and transfer senator positions gave their platforms at a candidate forum at the Hub on Tuesday.
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