Syd Haupt unpacks the evolution of "woke" language and the consequences that may arise from its use.
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Christine Tu and Min Seo Riu debate if relatability or reliability is more important when it comes to your professors.
Tiana Molony argues for the inclusion of Critical Race Theory in classrooms as the bare minimum in the first step towards social change and righting historic inequalities.
Emily Kocis unpacks the disparity and overall decrease in arts instruction in K-12 education and argues for the inclusion of the arts as a vital aspect of the student experience.
Taylor Clark argues against the recent vote by the University of California Board of Regents to approve ongoing hikes in tuition and unpacks what that means for current and future generations of UC st...
Brian Byrne explores some of the misconceptions about and true dangers of artificial intelligence.
Taylor Clark explores the Thriving Initiative's inclusive community-centered approach to mental health at UCSB.
Kenneth Moody discusses the outdated and sexist origins of the term “female.”
Emilie Risha explores the effects of the pandemic on the perception of normalcy and privilege.
Katie Caracciolo examines the performative LGBTQ representation in Disney media.
International students at UCSB reflect on this year's transition to online learning, highlighting its various benefits and consequences.