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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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Pro-Trump Graffiti Scrubbed Before Triton Day

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Pro-Trump and anti-Mexican graffiti was seen chalked across Library Walk, campus residential areas and outside the Raza Resource Centro on the morning of April 9. The …

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A.S. Sen. Christy Olds: Why I Switched Slates

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Christy Olds is the current A.S. Biological Sciences Senator and ran as a part of the Tritons United slate in 2015. This year, Olds is running …

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Miguel and Nico & Vinz to Headline Sun God Festival 2016

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Miguel and Nico & Vinz will be headlining the 2016 Sun God Festival, announced AS Concerts and Events on Monday. Both artists are internationally known for …

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State Audit: UC System Disadvantages In-State Students, Struggles with Diversity Efforts

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The University of California has failed to prioritize the needs of in-state students and diversify the student population according to the state auditor’s report released Tuesday. …

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UCSD Considering Restrictions on Freshman Parking, B Space Day Passes

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UCSD Transportation Services is considering restricting freshman parking and Pay Station permits for B spaces beginning fall 2016 to ease the congestion of on-campus parking, said …

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UCSD Receives C+ on Mental Health Evaluations

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UCSD received a C+ grade on evaluations of mental health resources available to students as part of the #HowAreYou campaign, announced the UC Student Association (UCSA) …

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Sixth College to be Relocated to Muir Parking Lots

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Construction of the “Living Learning Neighborhood,” a number of buildings including a ‘mixed-use’ residential facility and a Social Sciences building, is estimated to be completed in …

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Library Walk Voter Registration in Question

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The Student-Organized Voter Access Committee (SOVAC) has been concerned about multiple unaffiliated individuals on campus obtaining SOVAC’s voting forms and claiming to register students to vote …

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Student Protesters Challenge Anti-Abortion Activists on Library Walk

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It’s not unusual to see groups displaying Greek letters or club advertisements on Library Walk. Those who found themselves there January 19, however, were likely first …

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Future of Media Publications Still Unsure After AS Meeting

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After contention and divided input from the public, Associated Students (AS) moved not to take any further action on media organization funding on their meeting on …