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In Photos | Isla Vistans Advocate for Climate Justice

Dozens of Isla Vistans and UC Santa Barbara students gathered together at Little Acorn Park to demand climate justice. 
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Biological Sciences II Building Temporarily Evacuated Following Report of “Strong Burning Smell”

An all clear was given around 4:50 p.m. and students, staff and faculty were allowed to return to the building.
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Hawaiian Activists Speak At UCSB Town Hall, Urge UC Not to Move Forward With Telescope Construction

The panel, hosted in collaboration between the the EVPSA office and the American Indian Student Association, consisted of three speakers who spoke and sang to a packed Flying A Room.
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An East Coaster’s Guide To California Winter

Dreaming of a white Christmas, Anabel Costa writes about how East Coast transplants can tap into the holiday spirit.
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Reclaiming the Word ‘Slut’

Sophie Lynd wants women to reclaim the word 'slut.'
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Is It Ethical to Own a Dog in College?

After stepping in dog poop, Alice Symington reassesses her stance on student dog ownership.
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UCSB Men’s Soccer Falls Just Short of College Cup Berth

The Gauchos lost 1-0 to the No. 4 Wake Forest Demon Deacons in the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament.
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Despite Loss, UCSB Women’s Volleyball Impresses at the NCAA Tournament

UCSB ends this season with the most wins, and their first NCAA tournament win, since 2004. 
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UCSB Visits No.4 Wake Forest in Elite 8 Round of the NCAA Tournament

With No. 4 Wake Forest up next, UCSB is only a win away from securing a spot at the Final Four in Cary, N.C.
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“The White Card” Draws Packed House to UCSB Studio Theater

“The White Card” first made headlines earlier this year when tickets for its debut performance nearly sold out in New York, and its recent first showing at UC Santa Barbara’s Studio Theater drew...
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Batcave Sessions: Jakob Akira

Jakob Akira stopped by the Batcave to serenade us with some sweet acoustics. 
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Your New Best Friend: How Ashe’s Indie Pop Breaks the Fourth Wall

“I’d rather be hated for who I am than waste it on giving a damn” was the motto of the tour, and Ashe enticed the crowd at the beginning of the song “In Disguise” to preach the words along w...
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Researchers Compare Computational Models of Mate Preference Integration Across 45 Counties

In their paper published in Scientific Reports, the researchers investigated eight different human mating models to determine which can most accurately predict our realized mate choices.
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Recapping the First Annual Blockchain Summit at UCSB

On Nov. 23, the campus organization Blockchain at UCSB hosted the first-ever Santa Barbara Blockchain Summit at Corwin Pavilion, featuring tech industry leaders, start-up founders and professors. 
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A Sunsational Study: UCSB Researchers Examine Political Identities and Participation of U.S. Solar Households

“If you look inside a neighborhood, Republicans and Democrats have the same probability of having solar,” Mildenberger said.
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Rate of Seeing Ex-Lover at Lib Climbs to 200% as Finals Approach

In a recently published study, UCSB researchers estimate that the rate of crossing paths with your ex-lover at the library has climbed to a staggering 200% as finals draw near. The team notes that the...
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Local Stoner Commended by Community for Constant Stream of Smoking Content

Local stoner Kelly Smith, better known by her Snapchat pseudonym “Phatty Dabz,” has recently been recognized by the community for the constant stream of smoking videos she uploads daily to her Sna...
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Jack Johnson To Rebrand as “Lil’ Johnson”

  In an effort to keep up with burgeoning young artists like Lil Yachty, Lil Baby and Lil Pump (to name but a few), locally venerated celebrity and big “vibes guy” Jack Johnson informed the p...
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In Photos | Isla Vistans Advocate for Climate Justice

Dozens of Isla Vistans and UC Santa Barbara students gathered together at Little Acorn Park to demand climate justice. 
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In Photos | SLAYER, The Final Campaign

Thrash metal legends SLAYER performed two back to back shows at The Forum in Los Angeles this past weekend, bringing its final world tour to a fiery finish.
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In Photos | The Last Paw-ty Before Finals: Dog Therapy Day Returns

Hoards of students swarmed Ellison Lawn, taking much needed breaks from studying.
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Hooked on Hook & Press

A donut shop unlike any other in the area.
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Vons Chicken Brings a Savory Crunch to Isla Vista

It's finger-lickin' good.
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Calling All Coffee Lovers: The Newest Shop in Isla Vista

This coffee spot in Isla Vista takes on a Santa Barbara spin with it's name!
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