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I.V. Arrests Decreased from September to October 2018

While 26 individuals were arrested in Isla Vista in October, 55 were arrested the previous month.
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CSD Directors To Begin Earning Compensation

There is approximately $16,800 in allocations for the year to compensate directors for their time.
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UCSB Graduate Rep. Resigns from Title IX Student Advisory Board

UCSB now has no representation on the board.
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A Call to Action: Free Saudi Feminists

The students of Advocating for Scholars at Risk call upon their fellow students to stand with Saudi Arabian feminists.
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Let’s Raise a Glass to Lowering the Drinking Age

Carla Wenzel questions the efficacy of American drinking laws.
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Why the Plastic Straw Ban Kind of Sucks

Alysha Agarwal argues that saving the planet is going to take a lot more than switching to reusable straws.
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UCSB Hosts Cal Lutheran in First Home Game of the Season

After a 1-1 road trip to start off the season, the Gauchos are set to take on Cal Lutheran in their first game at the Thunderdome this year.
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Gauchos Drop Home Opener to CSUB

The women's basketball team was able to come back from a 20 point deficit, yet eventually dropped a close game to CSUB.
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New-Look Women’s Basketball Seeks to Defy Expectations

With the departure of a few of the women's basketball team stars from last year, the new recruits and former role-players which now comprise the squad will look to make sure that the whole is greater ...
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Azizi Gibson Electrifies Velvet Jones

Though his set was brief, his performance was packed with energy and enthusiasm. The venue itself is probably what contributed to the overall enjoyment of the concert.
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Toro Y Moi Is Blissed Out at SOhO

Toro Y Moi is a total icon, not only in image and cultural positioning but also in diverse musicianship, intimate performative value and sheer, raw talent.
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Jonah Hill Kickflips Into Our Hearts with ‘Mid90s’

Hill was able to create a skate movie without any of the generic tricks and references that frequently plague the genre.
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UCSB Researcher Studies Optimization of Wind Farm Performance

As pressure mounts to find and use cleaner sources of energy, harnessing wind power has become increasingly common. But while wind turbines may be a large prospective source for generating electricity...
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Exploring How Team Dynamics Affect Team Performance

As knowledge work becomes more complex, organizations increasingly assign tasks to teams rather than individuals. Working in teams has become more common in the modern workplace, whether it’s at the...
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English in the Field: Conducting Interdisciplinary Research

Field research is often associated with scientific disciplines, but for several weeks this past summer, six English majors drew inspiration from the natural environment for their writing. In collabora...
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Mo Bamba is Over

Mo Bamba,” the hit masterpiece by national treasure “Mudboy” Sheck Wes has passed away this weekend at the hands of the song’s discovery by White people.
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I’m Not Mad, I’m Just Disappointed: Parents Weekend 2018 Report

Well, UCSB’s Parents Weekend came and went, and things were less than perfect. Parents Weekend is supposed to be a time when we can stop having anxiety attacks from econ, pretend like our social liv...
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Now That’s What I Call Stress Eating!

While some may turn to compulsively smoking stogies or crying in the library’s egg chairs during stressful times, freshman Daniel Diaz has taken up a record-breaking stress eating habit.
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In Photos: The Edible Campus Program, featuring Jack Johnson & Henry Yang

The Edible Campus Program, under UCSB Sustainability, celebrated today the groundbreaking of their new community field – The UCSB Edible Campus Program Student Farm.  UCSB alumni Jack & Ki...
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Campus Comment: Santa Barbara Weather Galore

This year, the UC Santa Barbara campus has been hit by myriad of weather phenomena. From ashes to heavy rain, it seems like the only thing that hasn’t fallen from the sky is hail (knock on wood)...
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In Photos: A.S. Elections 2018

This year's Associated Students election saw tears of joy and of disappointment. Relive the night below:
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5 Reasons Why You Should Eat More Chocolate

Happy snacking!
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A Week on the Cabbage Soup Diet

Is the cabbage soup diet worth it?
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Get a Piece of One Piece’s Hell Ramen

Are you down for the challenge?
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