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UCSB’s Anti-Deltopia Ad Campaign: $40k Could be Better Spent

Olivia Yazzolino questions UCSB's fiscal priorities after learning of the $40k spent on ads discouraging out-of-towners at Deltopia.
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Winter Quarter Resolutions From the Editor

Opinion Editor Jackson Kerr shares the ways he hopes to get the most from his remaining time at UCSB.
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The Two Shades of Isla Vista

Anjalie Tandon takes a closer look at the dual nature of Isla Vista.
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Life of an Indian Girl in Isla Vista

Urjaa Singh explains what Isla Vista looks like to someone who grew up in India.
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(Extra)ordinary People: Ally LeClair: Traveller, Sex Worker Advocate and Local Residential Director.

(Extra)ordinary People makes a return as Alexandra Silva offers a peek into the fascinating life of a Resident Director at UCSB.
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No Reason to Act Delirious at Delirium

Miranda O'Brien shares her thoughts on the atmosphere of the YG show last weekend.
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Getting Closer to God in I.V.

Cassidy Brown goes deeper than the party school reputation and explains how she has found freedom with her religion in I.V.
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He Is, She Is, We Are Human: An Ugly Incident to Learn From

Allie Lebos wants to remind you of something we all have: our humanity.
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When Rape Culture Rears Its Ugly Head

Katherine Kepski reflects on an awful experience and rallies support for a march through I.V. to take place on Friday, October 14th.
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The Truth About Measure F

An anonymous letter from a reader, aiming to educate you about Measures E and F and the fliers that have appeared on many cars in Isla Vista.
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Your Time at UCSB: A Letter From an Alumnus

Motherboard Editor in Chief and UCSB Alumnus Derek Mead shares advice on how to maximize your time at UCSB.
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EVPLA’s Thoughts on Proposed Noise Ordinance Changes

Ashcon Minoiefar shares the EVPLA Office's opinion on a recent proposition to change I.V.'s Noise Ordinance.
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(Extra)ordinary People Pt. 2

Dakota Maxwell continues chronicling extraordinary people in Isla Vista.
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UCSB Is…

Camila Torres Medina shares her love letter directed toward UCSB.
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(Extra)ordinary People

Dakota Maxwell speaks with unique UC Santa Barbara students and residents of Isla Vista.
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