C.A.B. Gives Students Opportunity to Volunteer Countrywide

C.A.B.’s free week-long volunteer trips are held during winter and spring break, and the group also holds a weekend trip during spring quarter.
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UCSB Community Holds Vigil To Mourn Lives Lost in Ukranian Plane Crash

Attendees gathered under the A.S. Annex on Thursday afternoon, using poetry and candles to mourn the 176 lives lost when a Ukranian passenger jet was shot down in Iran on Jan. 8.
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In Photos | UCSB Students Mourn Victims of Iran Plane Crash

UCSB students came together on Thursday to mourn the 176 lives lost in the Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752 plane crash.
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“Supreme” Sell Out: How the Brand Lost its Edge

Marko Ristic shares why Supreme is no longer a true skate brand.
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Leave The Dog Hater Alone

Jennifer Sor argues why we should forgive the dog hater.
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College Coitus: The Double Standard Has Got to Go

Hazel Siff discusses the issue with the double standard in the sex lives of college students.
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Behind Offensive Struggles, UCSB Falls To Hawai’i

The UCSB team combined for 3 assists, their lowest total of the season and just the third time they’ve finished with less than 10 assists in a game this season. 
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Gauchos Host Matadors Looking to Limit Diane

The UC Santa Barbara men’s basketball team will have its hands full on Wednesday night when Diane and the CSUN team visit the Thunderdome for a Big West showdown
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UCSB Men’s Volleyball Dominates at Home and Advances to 5-0

The weekend was a busy one for the Gauchos, as they had a matchup with No. 10 Purdue University Fort Wayne on Friday and Ball State University on Saturday
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“She’s in Portland” but We’re in Isla Vista: I.V. Makes Cameo in New Indie Film

Skoog’s experience as a student at UCSB and as a resident of Isla Vista inspired Carlini’s decision to include Isla Vista in the film, a location that is difficult to replicate in a Hollywood stud...
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An Ode to the Art of Photography: Capturing Life on Film

You can most definitely get photos that you took on your phone or digital camera printed, but the film process is just an undeniably different and more special experience.
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Reminiscing Over the 2010s With These Iconic UCSB Shows

Here’s a list of the best performances that have taken place here at UCSB over the last decade!
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Seeing the Forest AND the Trees: Predicting Forest Responses to Contrasting Climate Change Influences

The study published in PNAS investigated how forests are responding to global warming and rising atmospheric carbon dioxide.
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The Code Less Traveled: SB Hacks 2020 Focuses on Hacker Experience

For 36 hours from 5 p.m. on Friday to 9 a.m. on Sunday, over 340 coders worked tirelessly in Corwin Pavilion during SB Hacks VI, UC Santa Barbara’s largest annual hackathon.
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One Limb, Two Limb, Left Limb, Right Limb: The Ground Rules of Planar Cell Polarity

The way in which structural symmetry is broken and complexity forms in an organism depends on the directional instructions given to cells, provided by pathways known as planar polarity pathways.
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In Photos | UCSB Students Mourn Victims of Iran Plane Crash

UCSB students came together on Thursday to mourn the 176 lives lost in the Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752 plane crash.
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In Photos | UCSB Rallies in Solidarity with UCSC Graduate Students

The UCSC graduate students are striking indefinitely until the university agrees to a Cost of Living Adjustment of an additional $1,412 a month.
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In Photos | Isla Vistans Advocate for Climate Justice

Dozens of Isla Vistans and UC Santa Barbara students gathered together at Little Acorn Park to demand climate justice. 
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The Perfect Eggs Benedict at Home

It’ll save you from spending $20 at a restaurant.
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New Year, New Drinks: Starbucks’ Dairy-Free Beverages

Cuddle up to one of these new dairy-free Starbucks drinks!
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Cafe Bora: Home of Purple Potato Desserts

"It’s worth driving through LA traffic just to try this tiramisu."
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