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Monday, September 21st 2020

The Politics, Culture, and Family of Black Student Union

Ivy Kuo Staff Writer Photo by Benjamin Hurst, Staff Photographer The Black Student Union of University of California, Santa Barbara is an organization that empowers and unifies...

‘Juvenile-in-Justice’: Professor Richard Ross Presents Harrowing Truths of Youths in Jail

Hector Sanchez Castaneda Photos by Veronica Arvizo, Staff Photographer If you’ve been to the library this past month, you’ve probably come across a set of haunting...

Ingrid Betancourt Recounts Horrors of Six-Year Captivity

Former Colombian senator and presidential candidate Ingrid Bentancourt came to Campbell Hall to discuss her new book.

Communication Career Day Helps Students Network

Alex Albarran-Ayala Staff Writer For many students, graduation is right around the corner, and the daunting task of job hunting has begun. Finding that dream job can...

UCSB Arts & Lectures Presents Larissa MacFarquhar

Michael Lin Larissa MacFarquhar, a writer for The New Yorker, came to Santa Barbara on Oct. 5 to address and promote her new book, Strangers...

USC Professor Dunbar-Hester Gives Keynote Lecture at UCSB

Yao Yang Layout Editor Professor Christina Dunbar-Hester, a faculty member of the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California, came to...

Many People, One Movement: UCSB Attends The 25th Annual Student of Color Conference

Hari Kota Staff Writer In a weekend of thought-provoking workshops, caucuses, and protests, a delegation of approximately 100 undergraduate and graduate students from the University of...

Jodi Cobb’s Worldly Photography Enchants Spectators at Campbell Hall

Bailee Abell Staff Writer Photos by John Clow, Staff Photographer Former National Geographic photographer Jodi Cobb presented on the afternoon of Feb. 23 in the third installment of...

AS ‘Inauguration Day’ Exposes Pent-up Frustration from Exiting Officials

Associated Students Beat Reporter Photo by Morey Spellman During the first of two Associated Students Senate meetings on Wednesday, May 22, exiting executive officers and senators...

Event Preview: A Chinese Cirque is Coming to Town

Ivy Kuo Staff Writer Immediately after their successful five-week run on Broadway, award-winning Cirque Zíva, a Chinese cirque company, will be performing at Campbell Hall on Saturday, Jan. 24 at 3:00 PM. The 75-minute...