2022 A.S. Elections To Begin Phase-Out of Parties, Campaign In-Person

Both Associated Students (A.S.) parties registered in the election — the Isla Vista Party and Storke Party — are participating this year but, unlike previous years, they are making an effort to mo...
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“Pass Down the Torch”: The Four-Year Journey to the New A.S. Bike Shop

The path to breaking ground on the Bike Shop dates back to 2018, when then-Associated Students (A.S.) President Hieu Le proposed the NewCen and planned to include a new Bike Shop as part of the buildi...
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A.S. Bike Shop Breaks Ground on Permanent Building, 47 Years After Its Founding

The new building will address the most basic concerns around the current Bike Shop by resolving its safety issues and increasing the floor space of the shop from 1,500 to 2,665 square feet.
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Beer Bottles, Cigarette Butts and Whip-It! Canisters: EAB Cleans 50 Pounds of Trash From Del Playa Drive

The group collected 50.2 pounds of beer bottles, bottle caps, egg cartons and other pieces of garbage.
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A Late Look at Lunar New Year 2022

Writers Yiu-On Li, Toni Shindler-Ruberg and Alice Zhang share their connections with Lunar New Year in the 21st century.
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UCSB Relaunches Hazing Prevention Coalition

In the past, hazing prevention at UCSB was completed on an individual basis, with fraternities, sororities, athletics teams and the UCSB Recreation Center all hosting separate anti-hazing trainings.
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Introverts Are Not Immune — But Everyone Thinks We Are

Yiu-On Li provides an introspective reflection on the impact of the pandemic on introverts.
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RCSGD Leads Walk Through Campus in Observance of World AIDS Day

The event aimed to raise awareness of and stand in solidarity with people living with human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
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UCSB Students, Faculty, Community Demand Action at Climate Rally

The organizers timed the event to coincide with the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
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UCSB Hosts 44th Annual Turkey Trot

More than 200 participants walked, jogged and ran through courses that snaked along and through the UCSB Lagoon, Del Playa Drive and the Devereux Lagoon.
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DLG Late Night Cancelled Post-Pandemic

Collin Hill, a chef in the salad department at DLG, explained that there used to be two full-time cooks involved in the late-night shift who now help with the dinner shift instead. 
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Uncertainty and Stress Is the Norm for Hundreds of Students Living in Hotels

280 students are currently residing in hotels as a result of the ongoing housing shortage.
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Ortega Is Dead, Long Live Ortega: Dining Commons Reborn as Takeout Hub, Catering Service and Storage Closet

The shift to takeout will be permanent until further notice
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UCSB Receives Fulbright, Gilman Honors for Diversity and Inclusion Efforts in Study Abroad

UCSB ranked four out of 20 in the nation, with 401 total grant recipients throughout the lifetime of the Gilman Program. 
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CU Boulder Historian Gives Virtual Lecture on Community Engagement and Accountability

Patricia Limerick discussed how collaboration between humanities and S.T.E.M. majors inside and outside of the classroom can move the world forward.
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