A UCSB Student Voter’s Guide to the Upcoming June 7 California Primary

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Elly Schram  Campus Beat Reporter This June 7 California Primary election, you have the ability to voice their concerns and opinions through voting. Registering to vote...

Dissecting the Model Minority Myth with Dr. Jessika Chi

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Han Do, Incoming Features Editor The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing wave of racially motivated attacks on Asian Americans have unmasked existing social inequities that...

COSWB and the UCSB Library Install New Free Menstrual Supply Boxes

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Emily Zomoroudi Staff Writer The Associated Students (AS) Commission on Student Wellbeing (COSWB) is committed to promoting the well-being of students at UC Santa Barbara (UCSB)...

UCSB RCSGD Raises Funds in Protest of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

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Yuriko Chavez Contributing Writer UC Santa Barbara’s (UCSB) Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity (RCSGD) raised $200 for the political advocacy group Equality Florida from...

Bill Brown vs. Juan Camarena: The Race for Santa Barbara County’s Sheriff-Coroner Election

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Kelsey Thompson I.V. Beat Reporter On June 7, incumbent Sheriff-Coroner Bill Brown faces Santa Barbara police force veteran Juan Camarena in Brown’s fifth election race. Although...

AS Election Results and Takeaways

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Troy Sambajon National Beat Reporter Associated Students (AS) 2022 Spring Elections yielded the lowest voter turnout in six years: 20.76 percent which comes out to 4,491...

COLA and Class Reductionism: Connecting with Blum Center’s Dr. McCarthy

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Troy Sambajon National Beat Reporter If class relations are at the center of political life and identity, how do they explain the rise of organizations like...

Evaluating Laura Capps, Sole Candidate for Santa Barbara County Supervisor

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Avery Gunderson International/National Beat Reporter This year’s June 7 California primary will mark the first time Isla Vista (I.V.) votes with the second district instead of...

What Happened to Santa Barbara’s Forgotten Chinatown and Japantown

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Troy Sambajon National Beat Reporter Many people may not know this, but Santa Barbara once had a thriving Chinatown and Japantown, or nihonmachi, right off State...

The Second Stalking and Invasion of Privacy Survivor Speaks Out

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Alexis Crisostomo Co-News Editor Warning: This article contains graphic content, mentions of stalking, and invasion of privacy. On Feb. 15, Isla Vista (I.V.) Foot Patrol arrested...