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Fifth UCPD Lawsuit Alleges “Unsafe Work Practices,” “Harassing Environment”

The other four other lawsuits filed against the department are currently stalled while the university attempts internal mediation.
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UCSB Alumna Chanel Miller Comes Forward As Emily Doe, Announces Forthcoming Book

For those who knew Miller ‘14 at UCSB, her gripping literary voice comes as no surprise. 
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Mojo Teahouse To Move to Former Ike’s Location on 65 Seville

Wang began seeking a new location at the beginning of this year after the landlord at the Trigo location doubled the rent.
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Hey Amazon, Bring Back our Bookstores

Komal Surani confronts the case of the disappearing bookstores.
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Legalizing Psychedelics is the Key to Safe Tripping

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Carley Weiler argues the pros of the federal legalization of psychedelics.
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A Beautiful Contradiction: The Freedom Dividend

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Annabel Li discusses how presidential candidate Andrew Yang's view of UBI has influenced how she views the policy.
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UCSB Men’s Soccer Revamps Roster, Defeats Gonzaga 1-0

The Gauchos were on the attack from the jump on Thursday night, seemingly emboldened by their new-look defensive line to play a more aggressive brand of offense. 
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No. 4 UCSB Men’s Water Polo Heads South For Inland Empire Classic

A matchup against the Trojans this weekend presents the Gauchos another chance to make a big jump in the rankings, but it’s just one of five games UCSB will play on Saturday and Sunday.
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Gauchos Return to Harder For Challenging Weekend Matchups

The Gauchos will look to notch their second and third win of the season against GCU on Friday at 7:00 p.m. and against Stanford on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.
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Queen of Summertime Sadness Strikes Again with ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell!’

Lana Del Rey's style remains festooned with glamor, tranquility and an air of disenchanted stardom. 
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‘Blinded by the Light’: A Brilliant Tribute to the Boss

“Blinded by the Light” reminds all of us to not let the world get us down.
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In Review: ‘Lover’ by Taylor Swift

“Lover” tackles not only love, but also topics of politics, sexism and individualism that vary from the typical subjects of Swift's music.
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Epigenetics, Corals and Climate Change

Moeller and other marine scientists received a $3 million, five-year funding from the NSF to set up long-term research on the coral reefs around Moorea in French Polynesia. 
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UCSB Researchers Examine Effective Communication of Environmental Issues

Their findings suggest that the same types of messaging frames can be effectively used to communicate to conservatives and liberals, rather than speaking to each group individually.
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SBWCN: Animal Rescue Stories from the Community

Local community members share rescue stories of animals they and SBWCN helped.
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Freshman Lauded as “Hall Genius” After Repeatedly Revealing ACT Score and High School GPA to His Floormates

  Lately, word has gotten around about so-called FSSP “Hall Genius,” Albert C. Todd, romping the halls of  San Nicolas.  “Yeah, we were just playing truth or dare… and drinking,” whis...
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Breaking: The Boys’ Fat Clouds Cause of I.V. Summer Fog

ISLA VISTA, Calif. – After weeks of research conducted by UCSB’s Department of Environmental Studies, scientists have finally been able to pinpoint the cause of Isla Vista’s unusually foggy summ...
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Oops! Barefoot Granola Girl Gets Broken Glass in Toe While Walking in I.V.

  Medics were called early this week to the aid of third-year Gabby Trinkino, whose bloodied foot was hard to ignore by many who passed her by on Pardall.  Trinkino, an environmental studies maj...
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In Photos | Newest I.V. Food Stand Hops Between Del Playa Houses

Muñoz works the stand along with his nephew and his friend, preferring to maintain a small team in order to ensure quality of the food he serves.
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In Photos | Santa Barbara Mourns Victims of Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton Mass Shootings

On Monday, Santa Barbara County residents gathered in eastside Santa Barbara to mourn the lives lost in the three mass shootings that happened last week.
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In Photos | Father John Misty at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Indie-folk artist Father John Misty co-headlined Santa Barbara Bowl this past Friday night with Jason Isbell and the 400, and special guest Jade Bird.
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A Decadent Guide of San Francisco’s Best Desserts

Whether you have a big sweet tooth or not, San Francisco has something for everyone.
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A Brunch of Delightful Food at Andersen’s Danish Bakery and Restaurant

Having been to Denmark, I would say the pastries here are pretty comparable.
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Don’t Let the Dining Commons Destroy Your Eating Habits

For many first-year college students, the dining commons can be a recipe for disaster when it comes to health. 
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