Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter in the Washington bureau of New York Times Eric Lichtblau spoke in Corwin Pavilion Monday night about how America became a safe haven for Hitler’s men in 1969 during the Cold War’s Operation Paperclip.
The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met to hear from 26 different organizations funding requests on Monday night.
Monday marked the beginning of HIV/AIDS Awareness Week, an event hosted by various campus organizations that aim to educate students about the pervasiveness of sexually transmitted infections worldwide in order to promote local advocacy and action.
A panel of professors, public officials and graduate students spoke at an event titled Charlie Hebdo: Defending Freedom of Speech and Fighting Islamophobia in France Thursday evening in Buchanan Hall to discuss the ramifications of the terrorist attacks against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris in early January.
The Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) announced the beginning of a campaign on Tuesday to provide required financial assistance to five households allegedly evicted from Abrego Villas on 6754 and 6764 Abrego Rd. in Isla Vista this past October.
Associated Students President Ali Guthy presented a proposal to create a new entrance to the A.S. Main Office in the MultiCultural Center (MCC) during last week's A.S. Senate meeting in response to what she claims is student-need as described in the Vision 2020 A.S. Student Strategic Plan.