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Holiday Road Fire in Goleta Burns 133 Acres

Approximately 100 acres have burned as of 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.
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DACA Recipients Continue To Receive Renewals Following UC Lawsuit

This was the direct result of a federal injunction filed after UC President Janet Napolitano brought a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Split EVPSA Duties

The position of EVPSA is currently vacant because the A.S. Elections Board disqualified the then EVPSA-elect, Mayela Morales, in May.
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“That’s So OCD”

Hana Simon opens up about her experience with OCD and the ways in which people can best express empathy.
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Don’t Give Killers Publicity

In a country where mass shootings are all too common, Rick Zierer emphasizes the importance of not giving undue attention to the shooters.
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I Have To Have Sex With Someone Before I Can Get To Know Them

Veronica Meyers explains why getting down with someone is her favorite ice-breaker.
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World Cup 2018: High Expectations, Unpredictability, and Triumph

Staff Writer Omeed Soltanalipour reflects on the 2018 World Cup, and how its unpredictability made it unique.
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NBA Draft Superlatives

The NBA's newest class of rookies is examined by staff writer Jake Ciccone, as he makes his early predictions for some of the most rewarding picks of this year's draft.
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The 71 Year Old Man With the Cane, Ronaldo/Messi’s Fall, and the New Hero

With the World Cup in full swing, staff writer Omeed Soltanalipour covers some of the most exciting storylines thus far and gives his predictions for tomorrow's matches.
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Batcave Sessions with The Anti-Sheist

Join local IV garage rockers The Anti-Sheist as they discuss Twin Peaks, Mac Demarco, and locking themselves in a room with a bunch of big, sweaty guys.
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Five Pride Month Bangers

Musicians and artists have always been at the forefront of social change, and a recent wave of confident queer artists have helped usher in a new era of Pride Month jams.
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A Graduate’s Guide to Santa Barbara Movie Theatres

Now that I’ve spent four years squawking my incoherent opinions about movies that you probably never bothered to read, I might as well leave some kind of lasting influence. So, here you are. A guide...
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UCSB’s Own BIFROST

Like a faucet for light, BIFROST features a unique web interface that will allow researchers to log on to the instrument, select a desired wavelength or tuning range, and simply begin their work.
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UCSB Joins Large-Scale Cancer Research Consortium

Using broad evolutionary and ecological perspectives to look at cancer across the tree of life could help make great strides in cancer prevention and treatment mechanisms, according to Boddy.
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Pacific O.R.C.A. Expedition

The OBSs will sit about 4,500 meters — a little under three miles beneath the ocean’s surface — for 15 months, recording earthquakes across the globe.
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Best Places To Get Sunburned at UCSB

UCSB is a notoriously sunny and beautiful place. Here are the top five places to soak up the sun and get burned way faster than you’re willing to admit to any of your friends!
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A Look Into Your Sole

Take a quick look to see what your shoe choice says about you!
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Local Woman Already Bored Shitless

Just a few weeks into the most highly-anticipated season of the year, area woman Crissy Anderson is already bored shitless.
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Campus Comment: Santa Barbara Weather Galore

This year, the UC Santa Barbara campus has been hit by myriad of weather phenomena. From ashes to heavy rain, it seems like the only thing that hasn’t fallen from the sky is hail (knock on wood)...
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In Photos: A.S. Elections 2018

This year's Associated Students election saw tears of joy and of disappointment. Relive the night below:
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In Photos: UCSB PRIDE Drag Show ft. Trixie Mattel

The Associated Students Queer Commission hosted this year's Pride Week at UC Santa Barbara which included a drag show at Campbell Hall. Below our photographer captured some of the scenes, including  ...
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The 14th Annual Lavender Festival in Full Bloom

Stop and smell the lavenders...and maybe eat some too.
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The Final Countdown: Gaucho Blue and Gold Delights

The wait until graduation just got a whole lot easier.
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Let’s Taco ‘Bout Altamirano’s Taco Truck

Change up your Taco Tuesday at Altamirano’s.
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