A.S. Finance and Business Committee Fully Grant Eight Requests, Partially Grant Five, Table One

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The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the Flying A Room of the UCen to consider 14 funding requests. A.S. F&B began the meeting with $13,500 in Office...
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‘National Geographic’ Rainforest Explorer Speaks at Campbell

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Mark Moffett has written and photographed over two dozen articles for National Geographic. During the talk, Moffett shared his photography in a slideshow.
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Mountain Climber Alex Honnold Summits Campbell Hall Stage

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Mountain climber Alex Honnold spoke on his recent book, Alone on the Wall, Sunday evening at Campbell Hall. Honnold is best known for free solo climbing, often along flat walls, alone and without safe...
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Yale, Mizzou and Beyond: Have Protestors Lost Sight of Their Intentions?

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Jason Garshfield challenges protestors at Yale and Mizzou, and liberal students across the country to examine the methods by which they are protesting.
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Why America Should Do Right by Refugees

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Calvin Chiu dissects the current refugee situation, and explains why many Americans are getting it wrong.
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Don’t be a Flu-sy, Get the New-sy

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Dr. Ali Javanbakht describes the unpleasant consequences of putting off that flu shot.
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Gauchos Strike First, But No. 2 Clemson Pulls Off Late Sweet Sixteen Winner

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The No. 15 seed UCSB men's soccer team's NCAA Tournament run fell just short in the Sweet Sixteen at No. 2 Clemson.
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Gauchos’ Foul Troubles End with Losses at Pepperdine and Wyoming, Host Santa Clara on Tuesday

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A total of 59 personal fouls and its inability to make free throws landed the UCSB women's basketball team with losses to Pepperdine and Wyoming over the weekend. Santa Barbara is currently on a four-...
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NCAA Tournament Sweet 16: Gauchos Travel to No. 2 Clemson

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UCSB takes the No. 15 seed in the NCAA Tournament across the country to face the No. 2 seed Clemson Tigers as it looks to prolong its postseason and search for its first NCAA Champoinship since 2006.
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Dope Metaphors in the Hub

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An event held on a Sunday evening is never going to get a huge turnout, but at a showcase featuring fledgling poets, a smaller crowd is probably a lot easier to face. Dope Metaphors in the Hub was org...
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Arts & Lectures Brings Kronos Quartet to Campbell

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Seven p.m. Thursday night, the 19th of November, Campbell Hall. It was dark and cold outside of the venue, but inside a crowd of 800 people buzzed. After one look around the hall with its plush velvet...
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Bay Area Legend Andre Nickatina Comes to Velvet Jones

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On Friday, Nov. 20 Santa Barbara was fortunate to receive a little taste of Bay Area hip-hop from legendary emcee Andre Nickatina. A spirited crowd of old-school rap fans gathered at Velvet Jones for ...
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The Science of Protein Aging

Co-authors of the study from left, Peter Aziz, Won Ho Yang and Douglas Heithoff.

Just as humans age externally, internal physiological processes require the function of new and healthy cells containing proteins that age over time. Biomedical researchers at the Center for Nanomedic...
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California Health Department Bans Crabs Due to Toxic Algal Blooms

Incidences of poisoning due to the neurotoxin domoic acid from toxic algal blooms have stalled crab season, affecting fisheries, recreation and restaurants.

Crab season is getting a late start this year due to high levels of domoic acid (DA) present in Dungeness and rock crab off of most of the West Coast. From Ventura County to the Oregon border, State F...
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First Summit Addressing UC Carbon Neutrality


Janet Napolitano announced the goal that all University of California campuses must be carbon neutral by 2025. Carbon neutrality implies that the campuses would have a net zero carbon footprint — th...
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Get Stuffed: A Pardoned Turkey Speaks Out

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Since John F. Kennedy in 1963, each year the president has saved a turkey from becoming dinner and sent it to live out its days on a countryside farm. This merciful gesture, however, is not without co...
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Sorority Girl Forgets Uggs; Cannot Survive El Niño

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These past bouts of El Niño have greatly affected the Isla Vista community. Greek Life in general has taken a major hit, resulting in the cancellation of Fratopia daygers and snappa games due to flas...
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UCSB Blood Transfusions Intoxicate Local Hospital Patients

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Last Sunday, it was reported that several patients at Sunny Hills Hospital were found to have elevated BAC levels. After a thorough investigation, it was revealed that all intoxicated patients receive...
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Campus Comments: The Problems with Biking

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Another episode in which students are asked what frustrates them most about their fellow peer bikers.
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Nexclusive: Men’s Tennis News

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Men’s Tennis explains how they made history this year. Go Gauchos!
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Campus Comments: Halloween

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Students on-campus discuss what they’re dressing up as, along with their predictions for Halloween 2015.
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Foods That Fight Off Colds


"Whether you’re trying to escape the sickness or are already fighting something, try some of these foods to help beat it."
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Le Tour de Fromage

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"...here are some local restaurants that you must try if you want to relive those glory days of childhood."
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My Take on Julia Child’s Ratatouille

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"You may get images of a small Disney rat cooking in a French kitchen, but I promise you this meal is much better than that."
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