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Sunday, October 25th 2020

Yusef Salaam of the “Exonerated Five” Gives Talk on Injustice in America

Richard Pham Contributing Writer Sometimes forgiveness can be one of the most difficult things to achieve. We often associate forgiveness with forgetting, or doing nothing in...

Academic Resources and Tutoring at Your Fingertips

CLAS, short for Campus Learning Assistance Services.

Students Speak Up at the Young Americans for Liberty Debate

Scarlett Lacroix Young Americans for Liberty hosted an open debate about free speech in the University of California, Santa Barbara Hub on Oct. 10. The...

Starting Here Showcases UCSB Artists from 1950-2010

Baliee Abell Staff Writer Photos by Benjamin Hurst, Staff Photographer Embedded within the research-driven University of California, Santa Barbara is the passion-filled legacy left by student artists....

Activist and Artist Favianna Rodriguez Shows the Beauty of Immigration to UCSB

Bailee Abell Staff Writer La Familia de Colores and the Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity hosted artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez at the Migration is...

Under the Shadow: An Oscar Nomination to Look Out For

Sruti Mamidanna "Who are the monsters in this film?” was the question posed by Q&A moderator and UCSB Film and Media Studies Professor Anna Brusutti at...

Class of 2020: A Gaucho Profile on Grant Bianchi

Kayla Curtis-EvansContributing Writer Responses have been lightly edited for clarity.  In honor of the class of...

All About Summer Sessions at UCSB

Annie Huang Staff Writer For students interested in earning course credit more efficiently here at UC Santa Barbara, summer sessions may be an appropriate choice. The...

Preview: Mapping Dissent: Planning a Course for an Uncertain Future

Jack Alegre Staff Writer In order to match the anxieties of the times, art must be flexible and reflective of the challenges within society. Thankfully, on...

Let’s Honor the Indigenous

Edward Colmenares Contributing Writer Oct. 14, 2019 marked Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a holiday where Native American culture is formally recognized and celebrated. Indigenous Peoples’ Day, founded in...