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Dear Regent Sherman, Whose Side are You On?

Casey Mix questions the UC's commitment to divesting from fossil fuels and sets an ultimatum for Regent Sherman.
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Fidel Castro is Dead and The Leftist Claim to a Moral High Ground Dies with Him

Andrew Gates outlines the hypocrisy of liberal support of Fidel Castro.
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The Walking Dead Have it Good: Get Your Flu Shot

Dr. Ali Javanbakht reminds you to get your flu vaccine before it's too late.
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Long Distance Relationships in a Hookup Culture

Cassidy Brown wants to remind you that long distance relationships can and do work.
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Letter to the Editor: UCSB, Let’s Go Veg

UCSB's Health Environment and Animal Rights Club explains why you should move to a plant-based diet.
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Cal-exit and Why it Just Won’t Work

Dylan Parisi takes a closer look at the many problems with Cal-exit that are too big to ignore.
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When it Comes to Political Discourse, Think Before You Argue

Zach Morgan urges you to use your wits when it comes to political disagreements.
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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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A Response to It’s Morning Again in America

Calvin Chiu shares his perspective as a conservative with regards to last week's article It's Morning Again in America
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The Telling of Time

Allie Lebos reminds us that no matter how off it might feel, the timing is always right.
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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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Abortion is a Choice, Not a Debate

Komal Surani stresses the importance of bodily autonomy with regards to the issue of abortion.
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Understanding Tuition Hikes: A Letter from the Office of the External Vice President

A letter from EVPSA Deputy Chief of Staff Maya Halthore regarding tuition hikes.
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First Night or Take a Hike?

Whether it's a one night stand or a fairytale college romance, Allie Lebos wants you to put respect above all.
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It’s Morning Again in America

Gerardo Banuelos reminds us that we are still Americans before we are Democrats or Republicans.
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