Bailey Loverin

UC Santa Barbara student

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Middle East politics at UCLA, trigger warnings, rising sea levels, and our new parenting segment "We Need to Talk About the Children."

Trigger Warnings on Campus

Middle East politics at UCLA, trigger warnings, rising sea levels, and our new parenting segment "We Need to Talk About the Children."

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