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Student Advisory Board Formed for Title IX Issues

The University of California Title IX Office is establishing a Student Advisory Board, which will provide students with a direct connection to the system-wide Title IX Office.
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UCSB Seeks Fellows for Dialogue on Free Speech

The National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement is currently accepting applications for fellows to further the discussion on issues related to the First Amendment and civic participation.
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Vista Point: The Goings-On in Isla Vista This Week

The Isla Vista Food Cooperative will be hosting a produce tasting for fruits and vegetables grown in the fall season.
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Biking On Campus Sucks So Bad

Ali Abouesh is over how some people at this school bike, and wants it to be safer for everyone.
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An In-Depth Look Into Reasons for Veganism

Yi Xiao Yue believes veganism is a moral and healthy lifestyle choice based on scientific evidence.
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Editorial: News in a Year After the 45th President

Journalists have a responsibility to hold an open dialogue with readers about the process by which they construct and deliver “the truth” to their audience. It’s time to get meta.
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UCSB Takes Goal-Oriented Approach Into Road Trip

The final two weeks of the season are here and the UCSB women's volleyball team is hoping to make a quick run to improve its position within the Big West standings.
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Women’s Basketball to Host Seattle in Home Opener

A return home may be just what the UCSB women's basketball team needs following it loss Tuesday night. The Gauchos are set for their home opener against Seattle University.
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The Eagles Aren’t as Good as You Think, They’re Actually Better

Now beyond the halfway point of the NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles have the best record in the league at 8-1. Staff writer Richard Benites, who is an avid Eagles fan, yes even before this season,...
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Tropicalia Fest Opens in Long Beach with a Splash

The musical acts, along with the assortment of Mexican cuisine, created a festival culture that resonated among the evolving Latinx culture of Southern California.
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The Biko House: Punks, Progressives and Politics

Time and time again, the Biko House has opened the doors of its black and brown empire for the community to discuss important racial events in the United States.
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Tchami Takes on Delirium 2017 with Surging Tracks

Cheers from the audience roared vivaciously as Tchami began bumping his initial beats shortly before 11 p.m.
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The Supernova That Lived for 50 Years

UCSB astronomers discover supernova that has exploded multiple times throughout 50 years.
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Resisting (Marine) Space Invaders

Two distinct ecological mechanisms may provide resilience against invasive species in certain marine protected areas.
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Uqora Wins InnovateHER Competition

Uqora is specifically used to prevent UTIs that may be caused by the bacterium E. coli that had been transferred to the urinary tract from the bowel.
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Emma’s Mom Rates Best Places To Go in I.V.

With parent’s weekend having just passed, we know the reality has hit that you have no clue what to do when parents come visiting. Fear not: Nexustentialism is here to help. And, never one for an un...
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Third-Year Dan Nutmeg Identified as Student Consistently Coughing in Your Lecture

They said it couldn’t be done, but that one guy always coughing in your lectures has finally been identified as third-year biology major Dan Nutmeg.
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Student Accidentally Changes Majors While Registering on G.O.L.D.

Winter quarter registration pass times have quickly arrived, leaving everyone panicking about getting the classes they need while dreaming about the perfect world they will immerse themselves in if th...
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In Photos: Halloween 2017

Halloweekend 2017 brought with it spooky decorations in local businesses and homes, a visit from UC Santa Barbara Chancellor Henry T. Yang and a dance-filled DJ set at the Thunderdome. 
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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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The Third Annual Ramenfest Returns

Ramenfest returns to crown the 2017 Ramen King of Santa Barbara.
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A Freshman’s Guide to Eating Well

It's time to find out which dining commons is the best for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Breakfast Stages

Stages of the quarter as told by your breakfast.
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