Interactive Campus Map Will Relaunch After Geography Department Receives Additional Funding

The map began as a joint academic project between the geography department and other data providers on campus.
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Tropicana Del Norte To Exclusively House SBCC Students Next School Year

The shift in housing is motivated by the different schedules of the two schools.
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Adventure for All: UCSB Club MAPAS Provides Opportunities for all Students To Experience the Outdoors

MAPAS, established in November 2017, is a club dedicated to diversifying the outdoors and fostering stewardship for the environment.
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Ask AJ: Love At First Site

AJ is back and better than ever, just in time for the horniest holiday of the year!
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Why Having a Passion is Overrated

I think it’s okay not to know where you’re going. What matters is that you live in a way that’s important to you. 
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The First Amendment Isn’t a Free Pass To Discriminate

Justin Tran clears up common misconceptions about the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
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Red-Hot Gauchos Look To Extend Win Streak Against Aggies

The winning streak and the feeling of beating two of the Big West’s best in Hawai’i and UC Irvine is undoubtedly intoxicating, but UC Davis won’t be forgiving if UCSB gets too cocky.
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UCSB Travels South For Crucial Conference Games

With two difficult road matchups on tap this week, UCSB will need to be locked in for 80 minutes straight if the team hopes to maneuver its way up to third place in the conference.
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Poor Second Quarter Dooms Gauchos Against Rainbow Wahine

In one of their poorest single-quarter performances of the season, the ‘Chos only scored 3 points in the entire quarter, with the team going 1-10 from the floor
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In Review: “Horse Girl”

“Horse Girl,” a new Netflix 2020 drama, is something very different and unexpected.
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Need Some Songs To Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day Plans? We’ve Got You Covered

Looking for a carefully crafted Valentine’s Day playlist filled with all kinds of love songs? Well, look no further!
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Shrunken Heads Production Brings a Stunning Performance of “Mamma Mia!” to UC Santa Barbara

The Shrunken Heads Production Company performed “Mamma Mia!” this past weekend in the Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, bringing a showstopper performance of the 1999 British musical.
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Inherited Cancer and Genetics: Mary-Claire King Describes Finding Cancer Susceptibility Gene BRCA1

Due to her dedicated effort, Mary-Claire King has shaped the way the science community views ovarian and breast cancer. 
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Molecular Engineering of Materials for Chemical Sensing and Metal-Organic Frameworks

Currently, Mirica heads a research group whose main focus is “working with different realms of materials to try and find overarching emerging common properties.”
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UCSB Researchers Develop Controlled Phage Therapy Techniques, Potential Alternative to Antibiotics

"Our work is geared toward bringing phage therapy under control so that it can be used safely and more widely,” Irene Chen said.
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Brotherly Lime Ride Leads to Unexpected Sexual Awakening

We often find love in the strangest places, whether it’s 11 shots deep at Sandbar or in the 8 a.m. Friday section where you look more like roadkill with a pulse than a college student. For second-ye...
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Monster Under Davidson Library Only Grows Hungrier

DAVIDSON LIBRARY — Reports have surfaced that the long-dormant eldritch monster residing under Davidson Library has grown restless due to a burgeoning hunger that can no longer be sated by our measl...
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UCSB Introduces Department of Student Vibes

UC Santa Barbara officials announced Tuesday that an all-new student-resource department would be making its way to campus in the fall of 2020: the Department of Student Vibes. In the brand-new Studen...
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In Photos | UC-AFT Rallies for Faculty Equity

UF-AFT held a rally Monday afternoon to fight for faculty equity after more than nine months of contract negotiations.
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In Photos | UMI Brings Lo-Fi R&B to The Hub

UMI, the 20-year old Seattle native and student at the University of Southern California, performed for UCSB students at The Hub this past Tuesday night. Check out the gallery below for a recap of her...
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In Photos | UCSB Students Mourn the Loss of Kobe Bryant

Speaking through the tears, students took turns sharing their favorite memories from Bryant’s 20-year basketball career, marked by his dedication to the game and “Mamba Mentality.”
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Five Valentine’s Day Food Destinations

Here's a list of options for those with both picky palates and price-sensitive wallets.
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Valentine’s Day Foods from Around the World

Take a look at what countries around the globe are swooning over this Valentine's Day!
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HKSA’s Annual Lunar New Year Night Market

UCSB's Hong Kong Student Association hosts a night full of delicious food and joyful celebration.
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