Opinion

Trump is Not the Leader We Need Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic

Surya Swaroop describes how our president is mishandling the current heath crisis.
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Letter From The Editor | On the Decision To Not Print During COVID-19

As young people, it is our responsibility and our prerogative to do our part in flattening the curve.
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A Love Story Cut Short By Coronavirus

Joshen Mantai shares a love story cut short by the Coronavirus pandemic.
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COVID-19: The Virus That Paused Time

Sara Rubin evaluates the university's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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To the Class of 2020

Three years and seven months ago, no one could have imagined that this would be the end to our undergraduate careers.
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C.A.P.S. Is Doing Its Best, But Our Campus Needs More

Demand for mental health care has risen, and while C.A.P.S. is doing its best to help everyone, they need more. The question is: where can we find the funding?
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Letter to the Editor: Remembering JJ Sanani

Friends of Intare "JJ" Sanani remember the late fourth-year and recall many pieces of wisdom he passed along during his life.
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Netflix’s “Sex Education”: An Honest Look at Sexual Violence

Surya Swaroop discusses how Netflix's "Sex Education" realistically portrays sexual violence in a way which normalizes the trauma that can result from such incidences.
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Girls Have Hair, Why Should I Care?

"Let's just let the hairy girls live," exclaims Anabel Costa as she urges readers to do as they damn please with their body hair.
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“I’ll Vote For a Woman, Just Not That Woman”: A Problematic Mindset for the 2020 Election

Surya Swaroop discusses how the question of electability is inherently sexist.
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Following the Money: How Big Oil is Backing Candidates

With Election Day swiftly approaching, Sheina Crystal, Kayla Gorman and Miranda O'Brien investigate the ties between Big Oil and local political candidates.
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A Public Thank-You Note to Bruce Porter

Josh Kenchel pens an open letter to County Supervisor candidate Bruce Porter.
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In 2020, We Can’t Afford To Be Cynical

Whoever sits in the Oval Office for the next four years will help determine what our future will look like. Our vote matters now more than ever before.
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UCSB: From Wonderbread World to Home

CCS Professor Jervey Tervalon writes about experiencing the education system as a person of color.
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Swipe Left On Birthright Israel

Emily Kocis writes about why the concept of a Jewish birthright to Israel is problematic.
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