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Housing and Residential Services to Change Advertising Policy by Megan Barnes

UCSB Housing and Residential Services and the Resident Hall Association (RHA) are discussing a proposal to restrict the use of table tent advertisements to...

A Global Food Crisis and A Global Financial Crisis by Sophie Gore Browne

While the familiar terms ‘recession’, ‘depression’ and ‘financial meltdown’, weigh heavy on the news and still manage to stir anxiety among readers, we have...

Shutdown of the Guantanamo Bay Milatary Prison by Alex Cabot

Although much was at stake during the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election, one issue that seemed to have been decided on quite early in the...

Transition Clothing From Fall to Winter Season by Claire Wei

The weather is actually getting colder, and the land breeze that was once 80 degrees has now decreased 15 decreased. Winter clothing looks increasingly...

Sudan: Hear the Voices of the Voiceless Tours to UCSB by Sophie Gore Browne

“We must unite not in opinion but in action before Darfur becomes another Rwanda – a stain on the conscience of mankind” were the...

Twilight: A Teenage Vampire Romance Without The Bite by Emilia Dellemonico

Last Friday, the movie that tween girls across the country have been dying to see finally premiered in theaters. If you haven’t heard of...

Redefining the American Patriotby Jake Haskell

While Obama’s landmark victory is beginning to sink into reality and Thanksgiving is just around the corner, I thought it an appropriate time to...

Why Prop 7 Wouldn’t Have Been Enough by Robin Garnham

It appears that California is very proud of its green credentials. It has a long history of environmental activism and some of the most...

The Satanic Machine: Take Heed, TV Viewers by Natasha Purington

O sinful television viewers: Are your lives engulfed by the devil’s entertainment? That devious machine that projects false images onto the immoral depths of...

Vanity Sizing: How Clothing Stores Affect Health by Christina Ly

Our portion sizes have increased, our waistbands have increased, and now so have our sizing charts — clothing sizing charts, that is. The traditional,...