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Hieu Le for A.S. President

Le could take a few lessons from Nemeh on the inner workings of A.S., but ultimately Le is the representative for all students at UCSB.
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Discrimination Looks and Ends Both Ways

Scarlet Serrano discusses her experience with immigration into the US and how colorism can affect those of lighter or darker skin tones.
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A Lack of Empathy in the Justice System

Allie Lebos recounts a troubling experience with police dispatch after seeking help.
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A View Through the Haze: A Stoner’s Gaze at UCSB

Opinion Editor Sebastianne Kent hopes you take full advantage of your 4/20.
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Attachment in an Unattached Love

Allie Lebos tells us how to deal with feelings of attachment in an era where "friends with benefits" relationships and hookups reign.
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Epicurus: So you want to be happy? … Well, you won’t like the answer.

Brian Wheat discusses Epicurus' philosophy on how to attain happiness through the pursuit of friendships over love and meaning over money.
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Advice for an Anxious Mind

Zach Morgan writes on the importance of acknowledging and addressing mental health issues such as anxiety, and how pursuing balance in your life leads to overall well-being.
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Isla Vista Infrastructure Needs Measure O

Interestingly enough, Measure F and Measure O have intertwining narratives.
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An America Without Free Press

Anjalie Tandon discusses why free press is essential to America's democracy, and how the Trump presidency is a threat to both.
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The Trump Administration Finally Got Something Right

Dylan Parisi voices his support for President Trump's missile strike on Syria.
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The Problem With the Myth of College Utopia

Laurel Rinehart helps dispel the problematic myth that college is a complete utopia.
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Moving Up and Moving On: Breaking Patterns

Allie Lebos identifies the importance of recognizing patterns. whether good or bad, in our lives.
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Deltopia: Are We Doing it Right?

Opinion Editor Jackson Kerr weighs in on the state of Deltopia.
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Impact Journalism Day: Students are Fighting for the Future

By writing about these innovative projects, the 20 participating student newspapers, show the collective force that the media has to catalyze change.
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Are Cage-Free Eggs Actually Humane?

Ketia Johnson warns that cage-free eggs aren't necessarily cruelty free.
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