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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

Check out what's happening in Isla Vista this week.
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UCSB Professor Wins Pulitzer Prize

UC Santa Barbara Black studies professor and author Jeffrey Stewart won a Pulitzer Prize for his work The New Negro: The Life of Alain Locke.
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Flintstone Bench Removed, Donated to IVRPD

On April 10, the SB County Public Works Department removed the bench after being informed to do so by the SBSO.
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The “Can Fairies” of Isla Vista

Thomas Lenihan implores his fellow I.V. residents to face uncomfortable facts.
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Getting A’s and Taking L’s

Joshen Mantai examines how academic pressure has negatively impacted her mental health in college.
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Is Studying Abroad All Sunshine and Rainbows?

Autumn Murphy questions whether or not studying abroad really lives up to its hype.
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The Breanna Stewart Tragedy

I am personally responsible for Breanna Stewart tearing her Achilles over the weekend in the EuroLeague title game. No, I wasn’t guarding Stewart when the injury occurred. In fact, I wasn’t even i...
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No. 4 UCSB Eliminated from Big West Championship Following Semifinal Loss to No. 2 Long Beach State

The Gauchos finished up an extremely successful season with a tough loss to one of the top teams in the country this weekend, falling in the fourth set to No. 2 Long Beach State on Saturday.
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Gauchos Sweep Weekend Matchups, Clinch Fourth Consecutive First-Place Finish

The UCSB men's tennis team steamrolled through the Big West conference regular season for the fourth year in a row, and secured the top-seed in the Big West Tournament this weekend with wins over Cal ...
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Six Great Music Festivals That Are Not Coachella

Perhaps you didn’t want to contribute to Coachella’s extremely conservative revenue allocation but are still longing for a few nights of music-laden excitement. Here are a few festivals that you s...
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Rüfüs Du Sol Comes to SB Ahead of Sunny Coachella Set

Fresh off the release of their third album, Solace, Rüfüs Du Sol delivered an exciting performance in which fans of all ages could dance and let loose at this stop in their current world tour.
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Jaboukie Young-White Illuminates I.V. Theater

Young-White’s stand-up was not only uproariously funny but filled with wisdom about parental acceptance, persistence, the mark of success and civil discourse.
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Exploring Mental Health Through the Art of Film

During Active Minds' “Movies for Mental Health” event, several short films about various mental illnesses were screened and four UCSB undergraduates courageously shared their personal struggles wi...
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There Are Not Plenty of Fish in the Sea

The paper also forecasted “winning” and “losing” ecosystems under warming waters, in which certain regions of the world would experience a loss of fish diversity and availability.
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UCSB Researchers Find Novel Genetic Mutation for Alzheimer’s Disease

A second Colombian family with a novel mutation on the same gene for inherited Alzheimer’s disease had been discovered.
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UCSB Wifi Goes Down On You, But Your UCSB Man Still Won’t

At approximately 1:17 pm, it was reported that the entire UCSB campus network went down, but your boyfriend still won’t. In fact, the UCSB wifi goes down on you all the time, but can you remember th...
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Campus-wide WiFi Outage Reduces Number of A.S. Election Voters From 1 to 0

UC SANTA BARBARA - At approximately 1:17 p.m. this Wednesday, the UCSB campus network went down. This resulted in the loss of internet access across the entire campus in addition to the loss of access...
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Young Woman Rolls Three Days in a Row at Coachella, Becomes Mental Health Advocate

As the second weekend of the famous music festival Coachella came to a close this Sunday, many Gauchos returned to Isla Vista with great memories, debt and hangovers. Not wanting to ever forget their ...
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In Photos | The Warm Up, with JPEGMAFIA & TroyBoi

The Warm Up and Deltopia take place on the same day each year during the first Saturday of spring quarter.
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In Photos | Deltopia 2019

Daily Nexus photographers captured this year's Deltopia celebrations.
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In Photos | AFSCME & UTPE Hold One-Day Strike

The unions have been negotiating new contracts with the UC since 2017.
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What Type of Non-Dairy Milk Are You?

You are what you drink.
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Got Milk?: A Guide to Your Ever Growing Non-Dairy Options

Deciding which non-dairy milk is right for you can be overwhelming.
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Zucchini a la Checca

A one-pan vegan and low-carb twist on an Italian classic.
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