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Students Still Struggle to Achieve Food Security

Despite on-campus food resources such as the A.S. Food Bank, UCSB students still have difficulty acquiring healthy sustenance
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Protesters March Through Isla Vista In Objection of Evictions

The Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) held a protest on Friday by marching from the Pardall Center to the 6700 block of Abrego in order to bring attention to the evictions of several families from their...
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(Alex Nagase/Daily Nexus)
(Alex Nagase/Daily Nexus)

Reporter Lectures on Nazis in Cold War America

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter in the Washington bureau of New York Times Eric Lichtblau spoke in Corwin Pavilion Monday night about how America became a safe haven for Hitler’s men i...
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A.S. Proposal Divides the MCC

Associated Students President Ali Guthy presented a proposal to create a new entrance to the A.S. Main Office in the MultiCultural Center (MCC) during last week's A.S. Senate meeting in response to wh...
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SB Hillel Hosts Panel Examining Israel in the Media

Santa Barbara Hillel hosted “Israel 101,” a panel discussing the history of the state of Israel, with students and Isla Vista residents at Santa Barbara Hillel on Embarcadero Del Mar this past Tue...
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Locals Protest Recent Newspaper Headline

Students and Santa Barbara residents assembled at De La Guerra Plaza in downtown Santa Barbara Thursday night in a protest against the Santa Barbara News-Press for running an allegedly offens...
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Student Worker’s Union To Issue Divestment Vote Result

The UC Student Worker’s Union, part of United Auto Workers local 2865 (UAW 2865), held a membership-wide vote yesterday on an item concerning a boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) resolution and...
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Senate Bill Proposes $75m in State Funding to UC System

California State Senate Democrats introduced a bill that proposes $75 million in state funding and to repeal the proposed five percent annual UC tuition hike and provide further state funding for both...
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New UC Program To Provide Legal Services to Undocumented Students

Last Friday, University of California President Janet Napolitano announced a pilot program at the UC Davis School of Law that will provide legal services for undocumented students at the six UC campus...
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Locals Protest UC-Wide Tuition Hike

Students and faculty gathered at the Day of Education and Activism event yesterday in the Arbor to protest the proposed UC tuition increase of five percent over the next five years.
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‘Orange is the New Black’ Inspiration to Visit UCSB

UCSB Reads will bring Piper Kerman, author of the novel that inspired the Netflix Series “Orange is the New Black”, to campus during Spring quarter this year.
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Three Plays Grace the Stage for One Acts Series’ 50th Anniversary

The department of theater and dance presented the 50th anniversary of their One Acts series, a weekend of one-act undergraduate plays presented Friday through Sunday.
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La Escuelita Treats Isla Vistans to a Safe Halloween

The Isla Vista Recreation and Park District and campus-based nonprofit La Escuelita hosted Safe Halloween this past Saturday, a free event for the children in I.V. held at the Children’s Park on Pic...
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