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The news team investigates and reports stories around campus to provide objective truth to the student community. Any information that affects the UC San Diego student body falls within this section, and we do our best to follow any leads and break stories. We seek to cover every story with a critical and investigative lens.

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AS Food Pantry Budget in Question

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The 2017-18 Triton Food Pantry budget is in question due to an ongoing dispute between the six college councils and ASUCSD, who could not agree on …

CampusNews

AEPi Cancels Cinco De Mayo Themed Party

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Members of Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) cancelled a Cinco De Mayo themed party named “Tequila Sunrise Dayger” yesterday, after receiving public criticism on Facebook. Several hours …

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One Dead, Seven Injured in Apartment Pool Shooting

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Forty-nine-year-old Peter Selis opened fire Sunday at a La Jolla Crossroads apartment complex pool area, where several adults were attending a birthday party. One woman, Monique …

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Jewish Student Center Unanimously Approved by Planning Commission

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San Diego Planning Commission members voted 6-0 to approve UC San Diego Hillel’s bid to build a privately owned Jewish student center across from Revelle College …

CampusNews

Michael Mnatsakanian Puts Sustainability in a Box

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While most might go through a day disposing over two pounds of waste that ultimately ends up in a landfill, one UCSD student is managing to …

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UC Administrators Overspent on Administrative Salaries, Failed to Disclose $175 Million in Reserve Funding, State Audit Concludes

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The University of California Office of the President failed to disclose $175 million in reserve funding to the UC Regents, overspent on administrative salaries, and impeded …

LocalNews

UCSD Students, Faculty March for Science in San Diego

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“This is what a sample size looks like!” chanted the crowd at San Diego March for Science. Joined by UCSD students and faculty, an estimated 15,000 …

CampusNews

Coffee Cart Arson Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

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A woman accused of setting fire to four UCSD Fairbanks coffee kiosks on campus late last Sunday pleaded not guilty in court today, according to Times …

CampusNews

Yellow OFO Bikes to be Removed from Campus by Friday

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All yellow OFO bikes will be wheeled off campus by the end of the day tomorrow. UCSD Transportation Services ordered OFO to remove all bikes immediately …

CampusNews

Four Fairbanks Coffee Carts Set on Fire, Possible Arson

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Campus police officers arrived at the Social Sciences Building (SSB) to find the coffee cart actively burning late Sunday evening. Within forty minutes, three more carts …