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Filmmakers Talk Rwandan Rape in Corwin

Approximately 280 people were in attendance at Corwin Pavilion for the Monday evening screening and panel with the film’s producers and protagonists organized by the Associated Students (A.S.) Human...
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Yemeni Nobel Laureate Visits UCSB

Tawakkol Karman, the first female Arab and Yemeni Nobel laureate, came from Istanbul to discuss tyranny, terrorism and the Arab Spring.
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North Korean Defectors Share Stories at UCSB

UC Santa Barbara’s Liberty in North Korea chapter hosted the two North Korean defectors this Thursday to talk about human rights violations and their journeys in escaping a dictatorship.
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Embattled Student’s Suspension Lifted

A judge has ruled that a UC Santa Barbara freshman who sued the university may now return to school after over 200 days of indefinite suspension.
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Inspiring Student, Role Model Passes at Age 25

Ismael Hernandez transferred from SBCC and was prepared to graduate from UCSB in June with a degree in biology.
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UCSB Mourns Loss of ‘Selfless’ Grad Student

Samuel “Sam” Boldissar died on March 25 while rock climbing in Joshua Tree. He was a third-year doctoral student described as being “true to his own tastes.”
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A.S. Remembers Staff Member David Miller

David B. Miller worked at the publication office for the last five years. Miller is leaving behind a wife and two wonderful children.
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A.S. Food Bank Begins Facility Expansion, Renovation

During construction, a temporary location will open up on the second floor of the UCen in the study space, across from Subway, where the old faculty lounge used to be.
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Detained Skateboarder Faces Resisting Arrest Charges

A UC Santa Barbara student whose forceful detainment in the Arbor went viral two weeks ago will be going to court during Spring Break to face charges of resisting arrest.
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Suspended Student Sues to Return to School

According to a letter from Doe’s lawyer addressed to the Regents and the Office of the Chancellor at UCSB, the university has suspended Doe indefinitely since the end of August despite not having ch...
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UCSB Grad Student Returns to U.S. After ‘Rollercoaster’ Travel Ban

Maryam Rasekh was stuck in her home country of Iran for one month following Trump's travel ban.
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A Closer Look at Title IX Policy Changes

Since Title IX passed into law in 1972, the University of California has made critical changes to the policy that have affected the way its campuses respond to sexual misconduct and handle such invest...
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Construction Leads Expect Bike Lanes to Reopen in Spring

Students can expect to bike by the library again when Spring Quarter rolls around.
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Vista Point: Local Freebies and Activities This Week

This week, catch the 'zine scene with The Catalyst, desserts with the elderly and more.
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George Thurlow Joins CSD on First Day of Business

The CSD held its first public meeting on Tuesday in which the Board elected officers, established three new committees and addressed an open forum of community members.
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