The Show Must Go On: How Zoom Became A.S. Program Board’s Newest Venue

For the Associated Students Program Board, shifting in-person performances to digital spaces to comply with the state’s stay-at-home orders did not come easily.
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UCSB Information Technology Will Pilot Student Internship Program in Summer 2020

The internships will focus students on UCSB-wide development and implementation of Salesforce, JupyterHub, data, cloud, library and web services.
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Campus Lagoon: Yesterday’s Memory and Today’s Home

Besides attracting a great deal of sunset photos and nostalgia for UCSB students in quarantine, the Campus Lagoon plays host to a wide variety of flora and fauna.
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In the Limbo of Coronavirus, International Students Struggle With Housing and Travel

As of Fall Quarter 2019, there are 3,261 international undergraduate students attending UCSB — composing 14% of the campus population — as well as 914 international graduate students. 
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Isla Vista Based Island View Outfitters Celebrates 10th Anniversary, Owner Reflects on Company’s Growth and Future

Gerstenberger created Island View Outfitters, now located on Trigo Road, in his second year at UCSB.
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2020-21 School Year Will Have Two-Week Winter Break

Since all UC campuses except for UC Berkeley and UC Merced follow the quarter system, the later start to fall quarter means a later start to winter break on Dec. 18.
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“The UC should strive for better”: Students, Faculty and Stakeholders Share Suggestions for the Next UC President at UCLA Public Forum

Students, faculty and UC system stakeholders sharing their advice, ideas and hopes for the type of president they would like to see next.
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“There’s no relying on mommy and daddy”: Foster and Formerly Incarcerated Students Share Their Stories With UC Regents

The Regents organized the discussion in order to hear from students within the UC system who were or still are in the foster care system or were formerly incarcerated.
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Bells, Towers and Bell Towers: Carillon Recital Celebrates Storke Tower’s 50th Anniversary

The structure and the instrument resting within the tower were both gifts from the late Thomas M. Storke, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and owner of the Santa Barbara News-Press for 32 years.
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Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor Recount Breaking Harvey Weinstein Story at Campbell Hall

New York Times reporters Twohey and Jodi Kantor spoke to a packed Campbell Hall, breaking down, from its conception to its publication, their 2017 exposé of Weinstein’s decades of sexual misconduct...
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