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Gov. Newsom Signs Bill Encouraging Voter Turnout & Education Into Law

The bill aims to enhance voter registration by directing campuses to hire civic and voter empowerment coordinators to develop a civic and voter empowerment action plan.
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Gov. Newsom Signs New Senate Bill to End UC’s “Wage Theft” Exemption

The bill mandates that the UC pay its nearly 140,000 employees on their regularly scheduled payday.
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RCSGD Launches Second Annual Out List

The list launches this Friday, Oct. 11, on National Coming Out Day. 
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What Does Family Mean in 2019?

Joshen Mantai discusses the evolution of our definition of family.
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Fried Rice and Five Guys: The Struggles of an Asian Guy

Sam Suh searches for the cause of his roommate's terrible cooking skills.
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Why You Should Learn Another Language

Carley Weiler share insights gained from her recent trip to learn Spanish in Costa Rica.
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Gauchos Take 13-Game Win Streak Into Conf. Matchup With No. 19 Hawai’i

UCSB currently leads the Big West with a 15-1 overall record and will be hoping to continue their form against their toughest opponent yet. Hawai’i meanwhile is 13-2 and sits in third place. 
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UCSB Women’s Soccer Heads North to Face UC Davis

UCSB is back in action this Thursday against UC Davis at 4 p.m. where the Gauchos will look to pick up their second win in conference play as well as their fourth win away from home. 
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UCSB Hosts Sac State, Visits No. 24 Fullerton as Big West Conference Play Begins

Currently at a 7-2-2 overall record on the year with a win percentage of .727, the Gauchos will want to keep their winning streak alive and start off conference play on the right foot.
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Chanel Miller Stands Up to Sexual Assault With New Book

With her recent book release "Know My Name," UC Santa Barbara alumna Chanel Miller gives readers a personal insight into what it was like experiencing sexual assault and the turmoil that followed.
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The Significance of “Industry Plants” in the Music Community

Coined by the hip-hop community, "industry plant" is most often used to undermine an artist as being nothing more than a pawn in a record label’s quest for industry domination.
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In Photos | Welcome Back Concert with YBN Nahmir and Vincent

Trap star YBN Nahmir electrified Storke Plaza last weekend, welcoming Gauchos back to campus with an evening of flashing lights, rap and opportunities for students to dance on stage.
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New Research Sheds Light on Prehistoric Migrations of South and Central Asia

A UCSB professor has helped to paint a clearer picture of the human story of ancient migration to South and Central Asia, and the spread of language and practices which coincided with this.
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Potential Positive Impacts of Seaweed on Climate Change

A recent UCSB study examined the potential impacts of seaweed aquaculture on carbon offsetting.
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UCSB Selected to Host New Quantum Foundry

The NSF has granted UCSB $25 million over six years to advance the “discovery and control of materials that support protected quantum states with unprecedented coherence and scalable entanglement."
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Freshman Gets Trapped in Middle of Storke Tower Bike Loop, Has Panic Attack, Is Rescued

In what was certainly a jarring experience, Isla Vista Foot Patrol, the National Guard, Navy SEALs and the local SWAT team were called in to rescue freshman student Francisco Torres after he became tr...
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Lost Freshman On SBMTD Bus Winds Up in San Bernardino

  Somewhere, Calif. –– In a spectacular yet relatable blunder this weekend, freshman Greg Harrison somehow ended up riding a SBMTD bus over 150 miles to the suburbs of Los Angeles while tryin...
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BREAKING: Rival Mascots Olé Gaucho and Musty the Mustang Caught in Affair

It’s the time of year when our beloved Blue-Green rivalry is in full swing. Soccer players are soccer playing, Gauchos are Loco-ing and everyone is perfecting their “Fuck Cal Poly” cheers.  But...
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In Photos | UCSB vs. Cal Poly Soccer

Check out the highlights of the game captured by Nexus photographers.
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In Photos | Welcome Back Concert with YBN Nahmir and Vincent

Trap star YBN Nahmir electrified Storke Plaza last weekend, welcoming Gauchos back to campus with an evening of flashing lights, rap and opportunities for students to dance on stage.
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In Photos | Move-in Weekend 2019

Last weekend saw hordes of UCSB freshmen flood the campus and move into their dorms, reviving the campus as the first week of school began.
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Tasty Must-Haves Food and Snacks for this Fall Season

Fall has finally arrived in Isla Vista and it's time to bring back our favorite seasonal snacks!
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Too Hot to Handle: Sizzling Lunch Introduces Japanese Teppan-style Cuisine to Isla Vista

Sizzling Lunch brings a Bay Area favorite to Isla Vista!
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Have You Gaucho Mojo Back?

Isla Vista’s favorite teahouse is finally back!
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