Isla Vista Food Not Bombs: More Than Just Meals, It’s ‘Basic Decency’

The Isla Vista chapter consists of roughly 25 committed volunteers but is in contact with over 100 community members for meal-making opportunities.
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Transnational Italian Studies Major To Debut Fall Quarter

With a transnational emphasis, the new major aims to provide a specialization on Europe and the migration of Italian cultural artifacts into other parts of the world. 
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UCSB MultiCultural Center Hosts Screening of Short Films “#PardonMaria” and “Fighting For Family”

Following the screening, then-senior global studies and Asian American studies double major Rose Hoang led a panel discussion with the filmmakers and participants.
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“Power to the People” Launches as Blum Center’s First Podcast

The team wanted each recording to be a resource for the community and spent months finding the balance between personal storytelling and relaying historical or political facts. 
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Large Student Gatherings Continue Despite County Ordinance and University Action

On Jan. 29, UCSB sent a campus-wide email to students that laid out the academic consequences of violating public health orders and stressed the importance of taking safety precautions.
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A.S. Human Rights Board Hosts Book Drive for Individuals in Prison, Receives Over 300 Books

Volunteers organized no-contact pickup or drop-off time slots with each donor to mitigate COVID-19 transmission.
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UCSB Community Members Discuss Post-Election Future in Capps Center Zoom Panel

The panel began with personal introductions and segued into a group dialogue about the importance of public political forums and discussions.
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Forks Up, Seats Out: I.V. Restaurant Owners Adapt to the COVID-19 ‘New Normal’

With the winter season approaching, colder weather and a likely uptick in COVID-19 cases looms over the future of I.V.’s restaurant scene. 
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