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Isla Vista Continues to Heal

Isla Vista Continues to Heal

By Jaden Gill, Managing Editor
May 24, 2017
Filed under Media Gallery, News

    Throughout the month of May, the Santa Barbara community has been coming together to celebrate the lives that were taken during the horrific 2014 Isla Vista shooting. After the tragic loss of 6 students including George Chen, Katie Cooper, James Hong, Christopher Michaels-Martinez, Da...

UCSB Association of Women in Math Activities Day

By Hoku Kern, News Editor
April 4, 2017
Filed under Announcements

The UCSB AWM (Association of Women in Math) student chapter is organizing a full day of activities for female high-school students in the Ventura-Santa Barbara-Santa Maria area on April 22nd. The activities will include a panel with UCSB undergraduate and graduate students in different STEM areas, a...

Apply to the SACNAS Annual Outreach Program!

By Hoku Kern, News Editor
February 14, 2017
Filed under Announcements

The 11th annual SACNAS Outreach Program is being hosted at UCSB this upcoming April 13th–14th, 2017. This program is dedicated to high school students of all grade levels and we encourage everyone to apply; however, priority will be given to juniors, sophomores, and seniors as well as those who have appl...

DP Students Walk Out on Trump

DP Students Walk Out on Trump

By Jaden Gill and Jean-Michel Ricard
December 4, 2016
Filed under News

Students of all backgrounds gathered in the meadow of Dos Pueblos High School Wednesday, November 9th, before marching to The University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) in response to Tuesday night’s presidential election. After around 600 DP students, escorted by faculty, walked out of class, roug...

BREAKING NEWS: Students Protest Trump’s Election

BREAKING NEWS: Students Protest Trump’s Election

By Jean-Michel Ricard, News Editor
November 11, 2016
Filed under News

At 12:00 sharp students across the district walked out of class to rally in protest against the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump as President of the United States.

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Why Living at Home for College isn’t the End of the World

Why Living at Home for College isn’t the End of the World

By Holly Bailey
March 21, 2014
Filed under Opinion

By Holly Bailey | Staff Writer March 21, 2014 I recently received my acceptance to the University of California Santa Barbara. I was pretty excited, but not nearly as ecstatic as my parents. Why? Because this acceptance seals the deal of my feet staying firmly planted at home for the n...

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