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Governor Vetoes Bill Codifying Obama-era Title IX Policies

Governor Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 169 (SB 169) on Sunday, refusing to codify former President Barack Obama-era Title IX sexual assault policies in California schools.
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Vista Point: Freebies and To-Dos This Week

From tenants rights workshops to a ministry adventure to Knapp's Castle, Vista Point has all of your events in Isla Vista for the week.
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UCSA Launches 3 Campaigns For 2017-18 School Year

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) will mount three undergraduate campaigns fighting for students’ rights for the 2017-18 school year: UC Sustain Our Students (SOS), reIGNITE an...
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Fight for Your Right to Party Politik

Shyam Sriram and Adam Wolfe showcase the unique political culture of UCSB and the Isla Vista Community.
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Americans Need to Start Thinking Critically About the Second Amendment

Laurel Rinehart is opening the dialogue on the problem of having almost any weapon available to almost any individual.
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We Can No Longer Ignore the Fraternity Problem

Ali Abouesh criticizes pervasive issues of power and exploitation within the institution of Greek life.
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UCSB Anticipates Its Home Finale, Will Host UC Davis

The Gauchos look to ride the momentum of a 2-1 win over Sac State which put them back in first place in the Big West North as it takes on UC Davis.
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Blast From the Past: Rookie Flashbacks of Today’s NBA Stars

The 2017-18 NBA season is among us. With there being a slew of rookie talents making their debuts this season, it was only right to look back at the first time today's superstars stepped onto the cour...
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Men’s Water Polo Concludes 3-Match Road Trip at Conference Foe LBSU

The Gauchos are in search of their first GCC win of the season as they prepare to go head-to-head with
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‘Marshall’ Tackles Racism with Simplicity and Warmth

Genre-wise, the movie is a simple courtroom drama, reminiscent of "To Kill a Mockingbird." Marshall and Friedman consider all the evidence (or lack thereof) in order to try and prove that their client...
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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Creates a New Future from the Same Story

Los Angeles has become a single slab of eternally rain-soaked skyscrapers, the only traces of color coming from gigantic, intelligent holographic advertisements.
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When Icons, Stars and Idols Go

Perhaps the most comforting thing of all is this thought: An artist never truly dies, as long as there are people who are enabling their art to live on.
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The Midas Touch on Medical Screening

Often an anxious event, false positives, a test result which incorrectly indicates that a particular condition or attribute is present, can take a psychological toll. To increase the accuracy of medic...
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Rain, Rain Please Don’t Go Away

Powerful in nature, literally and figuratively, thunderstorms, or convective rainstorms, control runoff, streamflow, water supply and flood risk to human populations and ecological water availability....
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NSF Awards UCSB Scientists $9 Million

UCSB is named a National Science Foundation Neurotechnology Hub for optical brain imaging after receiving a $9 million award.
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New Pardall Stoplight Causes Students to Lose God Complex

Three weeks into the school year and the controversial decision to install a traffic light on Pardall has seemed to pay off.
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Gauchos Have Chip on their Shoulder After Tie

After a whole year of anticipation, thousands of Gauchos drunkenly staggered to Harder Stadium on Saturday evening to unite over their contrived love for a sport they know nothing about.
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USMNT Failure To Have Far Reaching Implications on Me Specifically

The US Men's soccer team has failed to qualify for next summer's world cup and Jenny both doesn't want to talk about it, yet can't stop talking about it.
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In Photos: Scenes from Week One

William Pearce, second-year student and new coach for Spirals, drills his flares on the mushroom. See more in our photo gallery.
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In Photos: Black Student Union Protests To ‘Drop the Charges’ Against Merced Students

Approximately 50 students rallied to gain support for the students, who they say were unjustly arrested at a peaceful, drug-free event.
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In Photos: An Isla Vista Summer 2017

In Isla Vista, summertime means sitting on rooftops or on the beach to watch the sunset, sailing to the Channel Islands, all while a wildfire scorches through thousands of acres in Santa Barbara Count...
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Editor’s Picks: Produce Edition

Produce scares the shit out of some of you. Hopefully these tips make it a little less scary.
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Alternative Uses for Your Szechuan Sauce

It's about to get weird.
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Szechuan Sauce Recipe Revealed

The top secret recipe to this coveted sauce has come to light.
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