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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...

Sixth Annual TEDxUCSB Event Spotlights Diversity

Alexander Ortiz Staff Writer On Saturday, UCSB held its sixth consecutive TEDXUCSB event, spotlighting diverse perspectives on inclusivity with this year’s theme, “Declaration of Interdependence.” Speakers...

Neil Gaiman Shares His Story at Campbell Hall

Noe Padilla Staff Writer On May 11, hundreds flocked to UCSB’s Campbell Hall to listen to a man tell his stories. They sat in awe as...

Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith Brings Moving Poetry to Campbell Hall

Sandra Lee Tracy K. Smith, the current United States poet laureate, stopped by Campbell Hall on the evening of Jan. 31 as part of her...

L.A. Dodgers’ Senior Analyst Dan Cervone Visits Campus via Data Talk Series

Steven Shi Like the protagonist of Bennett Miller’s widely acclaimed, 2011 baseball movie titled Moneyball, Dan Cervone, a Senior Analyst in Research and Development with...

Jeh Johnson Discusses National Security and Immigration at Campbell Hall

Arturo Samaniego Co-News Editor This past Sunday, Jeh Johnson, former Secretary of Homeland Security during the Obama administration, spoke before an audience at Campbell Hall on...

“Me Too” Movement Founder Inspires and Educates at UCSB

Carmiya Baskin Staff Writer Crowds of people filtered into Campbell Hall on Monday night to hear Tarana Burke, the founder of the "Me Too" movement, share...

Punctum Books’ Open Access Model Makes Knowledge Available to Everyone

Jessica Reincke Students and faculty gathered in Davidson Library to hear the co-directors of Punctum Books, Dr. Eileen Joy and Dr. Vincent W.J. van Gerven...