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Thursday, July 9th 2020

Letter to the Editor: Reflections on When an Opponent Won’t Concede

Doreen Farr During the third and final Presidential debate, like many Americans I was shocked when Republican nominee, Donald Trump, stated he may not accept...

Letter to the Editor: Call to the Associated Students of the University of California,...

We, as Students for Justice in Palestine, are a diverse collective of UCSB students who strive to form unity, solidarity, and empowerment across differences...

Letter to the Editor: Support the Environment, Vote Yes on Prop 68

Stop. Stop reading this right now and take a look around you. Do you see that? Do you hear that? Do you feel that?...

Letter to the Editor: A Response to ‘They Don’t Want You to Vote’

Bruce Porter A few days ago, Das Williams inserted himself into the election for County Supervisor for the 3rd District (inclusive of Isla Vista and...

Letter to the Editor: Don’t Talk About My Suburban Mother Like That

Zoe Manzanetti "The Inevitably Imperfect Political Debate" (published: September 30, 2015) explained concerns about the veracity of statements made during political debates; the author was...

Letter to the Editor: VOCEROS Reforms

In 2015, the University of California, Santa Barbara was declared an HSI, a Hispanic-Serving Institution, meaning that 25% or more of the student population...

Op-Ed: A Letter to Janet Napolitano in the Name of Religious Tolerance

Hi Janet,           I saw the recent schedule change the UC system adopted in order to accommodate the Jewish holidays and was overjoyed. I'm not...

Letter to the Editor: Education and Mental Health in the Formative Years

Lillian Cain EVPSA Policy Analyst The United States’ first experiment in solitary confinement was based on a Quaker belief that the best way to rehabilitate criminals...

Occupy IV: Letter To The Editor

After tabling all day in the Arbor for Occupy Wall Street, conversing with both students and faculty alike,

Letter to the Editor: Our Struggle Will Not Be Silenced

To the UCSB Community: During our Black Student Union’s Week of Action, January 12th – ­16th, several posters were set up along bike paths on campus....