Outside Opinions

Why You Should Work on Campus

Lindsey Terra discusses the UCSB IT internship and why you should want to work on campus.
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We Need Noncitizen Suffrage

Eric Heilmann lays out the reasons why non-citizens should be able to vote in this country.
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There Is Power In A Union

Taylor Clark and Riley Hull emphasize the power of organized labor and the need for strength in numbers.
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An Old Rage: The Overdue Need To Encourage Women’s Anger

Emma Mackie gets into female empowerment and the need for women to speak up.
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We Can’t Hide From Our History

Jarod Ramirez discusses the racist aspects of American history and what we need to do better throughout our systems in the future.
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With Eating Disorders, You Will Never Feel “Sick Enough”

Andrea Chavez Trejo discusses the destructiveness of eating disorders.
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Ditch Netflix and TikTok: An Argument in Favor of Reading

Julia Pekala offers some stimulating alternatives to spending hours glued to your screen during quarantine.
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Palestinian Rights and the IHRA Definition of Antisemitism

Harrison Kerdman discusses the IHRA definition of antisemitism.
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Why American Public Universities Should Hesitate To Give Terror a Platform

Harrison Kerdman discusses the potential pitfalls of allowing controversial speakers a place to speak during university programs.
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Joe Biden Will Not Defeat Fascism, Class Warfare Will

Taylor Clark advocates for doing more beyond just voting for Biden in the 2020 election.
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Why You Should Vote Yes on Prop 16

UCSB Know Your Props provides a comprehensive deep dive into Proposition 16 and explores why voting in favor of it ultimately supports racial justice.
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Repeating Mistakes: Exxon’s Oil Rigs

Kaelen Perrochet discusses the dangers of Exxon Mobil's decision to reopen the oil rigs off the coast of Santa Barbara
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Response to “An Open Letter to the UCSB Department of Geography”

Current and former graduate students of the UCSB Department of Geography respond to an open letter published previously in the Daily Nexus.
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An Open Letter to the UCSB Department of Geography

Graduates of the UCSB geography community respond to a recent tweet put out by the geography department.
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International Students on the Transition to Remote Learning

International students share their experiences with remote learning during spring quarter 2020.
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