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Overheard At UCSB Commemorates First Anniversary

The "Overheard at UCSB" Facebook page turned one year old this week.
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A.S. President Kopel’s Long-Term Project Moves From Concept to Reality

One of the A.S. President’s long-term projects has come to reality with the introduction of the continuing projects coordinator position at Wednesday night’s Senate meeting.
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Activist Jose Vargas Comes to Campbell Hall, Discusses Experiences as an Undocumented Immigrant

UCSB's MCC and Undocumented Students Services hosted undocumented activist Jose Antonio Vargas at Campbell Hall on Tuesday.
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The Brandwagon Effect

Cristian Loza calls Apple's tech monopoly into question.
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F*ck (Yourself) This Valentine’s Day

Cardi Bradshaw urges fellow Gaucho girls to embrace the self-love this V-Day.
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Just the Tips: How to Give Blowjobs That Don’t Suck

This Valentine's Day, Jackie Offerman blows the lid off sexual taboos.
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Gauchos Tripped Up at Irvine, Drop Third Straight

Although they fought hard in the second half, the UCSB men's basketball team couldn't come back from a big deficit early Saturday night against UCI as they lost 83-70.
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Rainbow Wahine Blow Out UCSB 72-49

The Gauchos couldn't build off their wild win over CSUN earlier this week as they dropped a tough loss to the University of Hawai'i.
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Red-Hot Riverside Dusts Gauchos on the Road

In a rare mishap, the men's basketball team dropped it's second straight game in a row 71-54 to a streaking Highlander squad.
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UCSB’s Multicultural Center Brings a Closer Look into Chicano Punk Rock

This past month, the Multicultural Center on campus housed a photographic exhibit depicting several influential Chicano punk bands and artists.
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Mellow out With Fin and His Company

Fin’s Mellow Company, an alternative solo recording project by Andrew “Fin” Tyler, hit SOhO in Santa Barbara and shed light on his band’s third project.
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Five Songs That Made a Cynic Believe in Love

Young Thug romantically crooning about falling in love and King Princess’s pop poeticness about finding love in the trothes of a shallow city would make any cynic want to overthrow their preconceive...
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‘Train Locally, Deploy Globally’ with AI

Technology undoubtedly plays a fundamental role in tracking climate change. Scientists and researchers can take advantage of a plethora of technological approaches to aid them in their work in widely ...
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The Swipe Right Love Story

  There are supposedly plenty of fish in the sea, but before four Harvard graduates formed OkCupid in 2004, never before had the sea seemed so vast, nuanced, and oddly isolating. “Tonight,” s...
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UCSB Researcher Studies Carbon Storage in Soil

In addition to growing plants and making mud pies, soil is good for storing carbon. In fact, soil contains more than double the amount of carbon in the atmosphere. With potential to offset some global...
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Greek Sisterhoods Only Thing Preventing Shitty, 65-Block Oceanside Homes from Eroding Into Ocean

If you're among the 89 percent of UCSB’s undergraduate population that has not yet joined greek life, you may want to reconsider. As houses on 66-block through 68-block have been making the slow pro...
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The Four People You’ll Date in College

Relationships are tough. How tough? Tough to say. In I.V., they’re tougher than a Hydro Flask that just won’t break whenever it smacks into the ground mid-lecture. We can’t just make out in cars...
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Girl Reminisces About Best Valentine’s Day Hook-Up: Part 2

If there’s one hook-up everyone remembers as the most magical time of all, it’s when they lost their virginity. The year was 2016. I finally had a boyfriend, Leo was about to win his first Oscar, ...
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In Photos | The Morning After The Storm

Nexus photographers and reporters reported fallen trees all over campus and in I.V.
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In Photos: Dreamville’s J.I.D

On January 30, less than one week after Bas’s performance at Velvet Jones, Santa Barbara became home to another Dreamville artist, J.I.D. Thanks to AS Program Board, UCSB students & Santa Ba...
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In Photos: Dreamville’s Bas

This past Friday, Dreamville's very own Bas threw down a soulful, passionate, and electrifying show at Santa Barbara’s Velvet Jones, courtesy of ENT Legends.
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Cozy Vegetable Soup

Vegetable soup to keep you warm during these chilly Isla Vista days.
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A Recipe for Love: Three Dinner Meals to Impress Your Valentine

You can prepare these meals for two in an hour or less and they won’t break the bank either!
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Sweet Treats for Your Special Sweetheart

These muffin recipes are perfect for a busy morning!
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