Wednesday, October 16th 2019

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...

A.S. EVPLA: Public Notice About Proposed Amendment to County Noise Ordinance

To the Isla Vista community, The Office of the External Vice President for Local Affairs (EVPLA) has worked for years to promote a positive relationship...

Letter to the Editor: Get Yourself Tested

April is STD Awareness Month, and GYT (Get Yourself Tested), a national campaign dedicated to advocating for the testing and treatment of STIs, is...

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: 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...

Letter to the Editor: In the Face of Potential Tuition Hikes

Facing potential tuition hikes, the Office of the External Vice President for Statewide Affairs writes this letter to the student body of UCSB. This...

Letter to the Editor: Unregulated Campaign Financing Makes American Politics More Polarized

American political campaigns on both Congressional and State level are currently dominated by big money in the form of large contributions and donations from...

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Letter to the Editor: Tables Turned

Andrew Gabriel Pragin Those that have registered to vote in Isla Vista will cast the decisive ballots in some of the most hotly contested issues...

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....