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Startup Competition Finalists to Square Off on Wednesday

After a year of preparation and competition, six student-run startup companies will move on to the finals of the New Venture Competition. The contest will be held 3-7 p.m Wednesday at Corwin Pavilion ...
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UCSB Students in Manchester Safe After Bombing

Six UC Santa Barbara students studying abroad at the University of Manchester are safe following a bombing in Manchester on Monday night.
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Elections Board, Students Discuss Election Safety, Sustainability, More

The Associated Students Elections Board (ASEB) held a post-election town hall at Pardall Center Friday evening where around 15 students gathered to discuss the various issues that arose during this ye...
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Remembering the Recovery

On the night of May 23, once the majority of us had become aware something very bad had happened, I called my parents and told them I was safe. May 24 was a gloomy day, no sun in Santa Barbara’s typ...
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Carrying on the Legacy of Christopher Michaels-Martinez

As the inaugural recipient of the Christopher Michaels-Martinez Memorial Scholarship, my experience of the events of May 23, 2014, is mostly secondhand. Campus administration created six scholarships ...
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A New Phase in Isla Vista

On the evening of May 23, 2014, I was just stepping out of the shower at my house in San Diego. It was Memorial Day weekend, and freshman me had returned home to spend some time with family and friend...
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Deeper Than Hoops: Gabe Vincent Stands With UCSB

UCSB men's basketball star Gabe Vincent expresses his emotions regarding the three-year anniversary of the tragedy that took place on May 23, 2014.
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Work Hard Play Hard: Kayte’s Journey Beyond College Life and Basketball Stardom at UCSB

Kayte Christensen will be honored at 2017 Santa Barbara Court of Champions, but her journey to becoming one of best athletes/human being in general to come from the UCSB program has been a very tellin...
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Changing the Culture: How Mays Helped Shape an Elite Tennis Program

Although the UCSB men's tennis team had its 2016-17 campaign recently ended, the impact of team captain and senior Morgan Mays will forever be etched in the program's return to dominance in the Big We...
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Songs to Carry You Through Hard Times

The Middle East’s Lush acoustic song starts us off on a high note, building to a higher crescendo and putting you in the mood to sit back and listen to some tunes.
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The Friday Review: This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

Mac’s attitude toward love has evolved as well. Rather than his past approach of charming the listener into a false fantasy of love, here he has been through enough of it to have a better understand...
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Extravaganza ’17 Coming to Harder Stadium Sunday

UCSB’s A.S. Program Board will hold its 38th annual Extravaganza festival this Sunday at Harder Stadium all day, from 1-7 p.m., with headliners Schoolboy Q, Tinashe and GRiZ.
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Psychology Professor Honored for Lifetime of Contributions

The research of applied psychologist Richard Mayer lies at the intersection of cognition, instruction and technology.
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Conservation Efforts To Improve Public Health

Ecologists collaborate on the relationships of conservation, biodiversity and infectious diseases in communities.
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Physicist Measures Small-Scale Fluctuations in Cosmic Web

Joseph Hennawi, an associate professor in the physics department at UCSB, has identified a pair or quasars in close proximity to one another. This allowed him and his team to the cosmic web on a much ...
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Top 5 Things Every Senior has to do Before Graduating

Here is the ultimate, most amazing, super fun, totally Gaucho, UCSB bucket list for graduating seniors.
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Extravaganza Mistaken for ‘Extra’ Festival

A portion of students misinterpreted the name of “Extravaganza,” UCSB’s annual music festival, as something entirely different
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U.S. Interferes in North Carrillo Lunch

Chaos ensued last week when a local office for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration booked Carillo’s Mountainview Room for a staff meeting.
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In Photos: TASA’s 12th Annual Night Market

In case you missed the TASA festival here's some food to make your mouth water
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In Photos: A.S. Election Results 2017

Campus United swept the 2017 Associated Students elections, winning 16 of 25 A.S. Senate seats and four of five executive seats.
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In Photos: Celeblaze with Us

Isla Vista gets in the 4/20 holiday spirit
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What’s Become of I.V.? Local Business Owners Serve it Up

Three long time business owners discuss the positive changes in the community they have seen since the tragic events of May 23rd
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Glowing Up Green Tastes Pretty Mean

Green smoothies: so gross yet so good for you.
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Another Reason to Love Using Your Crockpot

Try this new way to cook your enchiladas.
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