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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...

Open Letter to Students of Color

Dear Student of Color, I speak to you quietly, as I search for a familiar face in what looks like a sea of white. I...

Letter to the Editor: The Essence of Context

Francisco Olvera Staff Writer An article published this past week titled “Where Violence and Liberation Come Together” puts forth an incredible false equivalency between World War...

Letter to the Editor: A Word from the EVPSA Regarding Campus Climate

Neha Nayak To UCSB students: Hi everyone, I know that the events a few weeks have so many of us have been deeply affected. I wanted...

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: 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: Why No One Should Work for Customs and Border Protection...

By Lily Cain, EVPSA Policy Analyst, and Oscar Zarate, EVPSA General Campus Organizer/IDEAS Member Around the New Year, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement...

Op-Ed: The Problem with Thanksgiving

Brian Clearwater Religious Studies Lecturer The problem with Thanksgiving is that it celebrates a real event in isolation from the fuller context of history. While it’s...

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: They Don’t Want You to Vote

Das Williams Isla Vista is my home. I grew up here and I started politically organizing in this community when I was 17 years old....