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IVFP Responds to Reports of Gunshots Near Storke Road and Hollister Ave.

Bullet holes were found in the windows of Wolf’s Head Barbershop.
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Two UC Unions To Strike Next Week, UCOP Calls Decisions to Strike “Unfortunate”

Next week’s strike was initially prompted by UPTE, which represents around 13,000 employees; AFSCME, which represents over 25,000 workers across the UC system, is striking in solidarity.
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UC Regents Table Non-Resident Tuition Increase

The Board of Regents plans to reconsider the tuition hike at their next meeting in May.
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The College Status-Quo: Is It Always the Right Choice?

Sophia Rollins questions society's demands for a college degree, and considers the real reasons people choose to come to university.
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What’s the Real Cost of a Strawberry?

Amarica Rafanelli explores the true cost of labor in the U.S., and how we take it for granted in our everyday products and lives.
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It’s Affirmative: Yes Means Yes

Juliet Carter highlights the importance of teaching consent at a young age.
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Despite Strong Start, UCSB Falls to No.1 Long Beach State

In front of a packed and raucous home crowd on Friday, Santa Barbara took the first set off of defending national champions LBSU before dropping the next three sets en-route to a 3-1 defeat at the han...
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UCSB Set to Face Off Against Fullerton in Big West Semifinals

After a tough first round win the Gauchos are now onto the Big West Tournament semi-finals where they are set to play third-ranked Cal State Fullerton.
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UCSB Hangs on in First Round Thriller

The men's basketball team held off a late run by the CSUN Matadors to win 71-68, and now advance to the second round of the Big West Tournament.
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Your New Best “Twen”: Noontime Jamming Beneath Storke

With humble beginnings on the East Coast, Twen released their first album, Twen Live, in March 2017, which is comprised of five vintage-feeling tracks.
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Night Lovell’s ‘GOODNIGHT LOVELL’: A Trip to Grim Realities

In GOODNIGHT LOVELL, the Canadian rapper delivers the dark, ominous sound he is known for with a noticeable variation in production, vocal effects and storytelling from his prior work.
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Snarky Puppy Makes Their Santa Barbara Debut

As winter comes to an end, the eclectic award-winning jazz-fusion group Snarky Puppy performed in Santa Barbara for the first time after 12,000+ performances in six continents since their formation.
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From Apprentice to Shadow: How Intelligent Machines are Changing Learning in the Workplace

Beane's TED Talk strives to shed light on this issue to people involved in technology integration so that they may be able to change the course of intelligent machines in the workforce.
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The Grass is Greener

“Our long-term goal is to create sustainable biofuels and bioenergy that not only can displace fossil fuels but also bring in other ecological and environmental benefits, like high-diversity prairie...
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First North American Occurrence of Rare Sunfish Discovered in Santa Barbara

The rare hoodwinker sunfish's appearance in Santa Barbara marks the first ever sighting of this rare species in North America, and only the second time in the Northern Hemisphere in 130 years.
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Breaking: Literally Nobody Tried To Bribe Their Way Into UCSB

In a shocking scandal, it was revealed that the United States Department of Justice has charged 50 people in six states for paying bribes for entry into elite universities. These bribes helped otherwi...
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Local Student Says ‘No Thank You’ to Finals

Finals are almost here, and with them come yerba binges, restless nights and quiet sobs in the library. This year, though, local UCSB students seem to have put a stop to this quarterly tradition.
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Student Asleep in Egg Chair Since 1992 Finally Wakes Up

Dazed and confused but thoroughly reseted, that same girl you’ve seen perpetually slumped in one of Davidson Library’s egg chairs every single day since freshman year has finally woken up.
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In Photos | 11 Minutes For 11 Years: Youth Climate Strike Takes Over Arbor

The 11 a.m. strike lasted just over 30 minutes.
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In Photos | Santa Barbara International Film Festival

The annual film festival welcomed dozens of celebrities.
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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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Finals Comfort Food: Creamy Shrimp Linguine

Looking to distract yourself from studying with a delicious meal?
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Süp & Jüs: A Brand New Market Cafe

From farm to a market-cafe, new chain offers seasonal hot soups and cold pressed juices in Goleta.
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Always the Best, Never the Wurst

You can’t get anything like it in I.V.
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