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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

Little excerpts of events happening around Isla Vista this week; go out, join your neighbors, and have fun!
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A.S. Food Bank Now Open on Fridays

A.S. Food Bank’s status as a non-profit allows the organization to offer special prices for assorted dry goods, low prices such as 16 cents per pound of bread and free produce.
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A.S. Senator Promotes Social Activism Through T-Shirt Design

The T-shirts were created by Carlton-Carew to promote the upcoming premiere of her documentary series.
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From Frat House to White House, Rape Culture Reigns Supreme

Brett Kavanaugh's alleged history of sexual misconduct left the nation in shock. But on college campuses, behavior like this is the rule, not the exception.
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Where Birthright Went Wrong

Following her visit to Israel, Harper Lambert counters the narrative that the trip is politically neutral and propaganda-free.
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I Don’t Want to Be Happy, I Just Want to Be Okay

Sanya Kamidi assesses the downside of pursuing aggressively high standards for happiness.
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UCSB Ends Scoring Difficulties on the Road, Ties Irvine 2-2

A comeback effort by the Gauchos almost propelled UCSB to a win, but two scoreless overtimes resulted in a 2-2 tie versus Irvine.
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Women’s Volleyball Falls to No. 12 Cal Poly on the Road

In their first match of a four-game road trip, the Gauchos failed to keep up with Big West leader Cal Poly, suffering a 3-0 loss.
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Gauchos Ride High Heading Towards Long Beach

The UCSB women's soccer team is rolling in the Big West, and the Gauchos are looking to keep their momentum on the road against LBSU.
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Desert Daze 2018: In Review

Though there were some pretty big hiccups with the organization and execution of this festival, Desert Daze still gave its attendees a great playground to meet new people, camp, swim and, of course, e...
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Yes, You Should Go See ‘A Star Is Born’

Bradley Cooper, who also directed and produced the film, plays disenchanted country singer Jackson Maine in earnest, performing all of the songs and even earning a few writing credits on the soundtrac...
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Cuco Welcomes Students Back in Annual Storke Show

Cuco is not motivated by money or “making it big” with a record label; he’s doing music because that’s what he’s always wanted to do.
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UCSB Researchers Develop Smartphone App to Efficiently Diagnose Urinary Tract Infections

A new smartphone app that identifies urinary tract infections was developed by UC Santa Barbara professor Michael Mahan’s team and Stanford professor Tom Soh’s team. Additional collaborators inclu...
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UCSB Researcher Studies Possibility of Greater Wildfire Frequency in Future

California’s wildfire season began earlier than usual in 2018, with the Mendocino Complex Fire burning nearly 460,000 acres total beginning in late July. It surpassed the Thomas Fire, which occurred...
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UCSB Researchers Create a New Genome Editing Method

This unique method of genome editing gives scientists complete control over when and where genetic material is delivered to cells, allowing for detailed study of genetic changes at different points in...
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Abroad Bros Realize International Women Hate Them Too

Truly devastating developments have come out of Paris, France today as local “bros” Chad Brohanski and Michael Sendet have realized that European girls hate them even more than American girls back...
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What Your Hickey Says About You

Hickeys are a timeless staple that lets the world around you know that you’re getting some. Here’s a guide that shows exactly what your hickey says about you!
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Hookup Probably Just Gonna Go, Has an Early Start Tomorrow Morning

After an hour of haphazard lovemaking, it was reported that Nick Nguyen was probably gonna head out after third-year Emily Callahan invited him over for a last-minute romp in the hay.
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In Photos: The Edible Campus Program, featuring Jack Johnson & Henry Yang

The Edible Campus Program, under UCSB Sustainability, celebrated today the groundbreaking of their new community field – The UCSB Edible Campus Program Student Farm.  UCSB alumni Jack & Ki...
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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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Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

“Nothing beats the cookie season, that’s the truth!”
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Santa Barbara Gelato Festival 2018

Get the insider scoop on this year's coveted gelato flavors.
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Cold Brew in Review

This is for all you caffeine addicts.
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