Buddha Bowls

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The Daily Nexus takes a look inside Buddha Bowls, IV
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What Gauchos do in the Summer

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Gauchos do some pretty awesome things in the summer. Check it out!
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Welcome to Paradise Carnival Recap Video


A look back on the Daily Nexus/KCSB Welcome to Paradise Carnival featuring FMLYBND.
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Pizza With Police Focuses on I.V. Halloween Plans

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UC Santa Barbara Police Department (UCPD) and Associated Students co-hosted Pizza with Police Thursday night at Pizza My Heart.
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A.S. Discusses Halloween, Party System, Bills

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The Associated Students Senate met Wednesday night at the Flying A room in the UCen to discuss changes to the A.S. Legal Code regarding political party formation and election regulations.
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Larry Calvaletto Returns to his Popular Question Booth

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In his Peanuts-inspired booth, Larry Calvaletto is back outside Davidson Library for the 2015-2016 school year to facilitate conversations with anyone interested.
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DePuy Powers UCSB to Perfect Big West Start

Ahinga Selemani races his opponent to the ball. Dustin Harris/Daily Nexus

UCSB was winless in its first four conference games in 2014. That wasn't the case this time around, as the Gauchos went 2-0 away from home to start its Big West run.
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Second Half Surge Powers UCSB in Big West Opener

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Amanda Ball scores in her return to the field to help spark the Gauchos to victory.
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Back-to-Back Scoreless Fourth Quarters Doom Gauchos to Open MPSF Play

A UCSB Alumni player hammers home a shot far too quickly for the Gauchos' goalie, Kyle Garwick, to react. Jose Ochoa/Daily Nexus

Opening up MPSF play against a pair of formidable opponents, the UCSB men's water polo team fell just short with a pair of losses.
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Wild Child Bringing Southern Charm to SOhO Friday

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Through sweet ukulele strums and rich trumpet licks, Wild Child captivates audiences like a moth to a flame. The band has seven members, each of which are masters at their respective instruments. The ...
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Neil Young to Perform at Santa Barbara Bowl This Saturday

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Timeless purveyor of folk wisdom and noted environmental champion Neil Young has launched another world tour following the June release of his latest studio album, The Monsanto Years. As part of this ...
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Eddie Pez – Oedipus – Rex in the Park

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An excited and chattery crowd collected in Anisq’Oyo’ Park Saturday night for the opening show of Shakespeare in the Park’s version of Oedipus — Commedia dell’Arte style. Junior BFA actress,...
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UCSB Researchers Find Possible Factor to Delay Onset of Alzheimer’s

Kenneth Kosik leads a research team to discover effects of eotaxin levels in prolonging Alzheimer's.

Although a definitive cure for Alzheimer’s is distant at this time, researchers at UCSB have discovered a possible factor important in delaying the onset of the disease. Co-authors Dr. Kenneth Kosik...
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A New Definition of ‘Cheating’

The highly social false killer whales and bottlenose dolphins form interpecies partnerships with each other during hunts to help themselves defend and avoid predators.

In the scientific community it has been widely accepted that there is a large amount of cheating by members of mutualistic partnerships. According to a new study conducted by scientists at the Nationa...
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Global Plastic Pollution Threatens Seabirds

In Cornwall, United Kingdon, a young Herring Gull, one of the many seabird affected by plastic waste in oceans, picks up debris

Plastic pollution has been an important global environmental concern for decades due to the rapid amount of plastic production and consumption. Until now, scientists have not been able to quantify the...
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Editorial Statement on the Umpqua Community College Shooting

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Daily Nexus Opinion co-editor Jackson Kerr shares his thoughts on gun violence in the U.S. in the aftermath of the Umpqua Community College shooting.
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The Trip That Never Ended: The Really Good, the Bad and the Ugly Faces of LSD

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Is the trip worth it? Read this account of the journey (and aftermath) before taking LSD
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Sex and Meningitis


Dr. Ali Javanbakht of UCSB's Medical Health Services gives some background on Meningitis B at UCSB.
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The Man Behind the Toupee

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Somehow, the Trump campaign has made its way into September, inexplicably polling ahead of all challengers in the Republican Party.
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Roommate Horror Stories

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The leases are signed, the dorm placements are finalized and it’s the time of year where everyone still has naive optimism about the people they are living with.
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Pros and Cons of Summer Life at Home

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Summer is a time for relaxation, catching up with friends from back home and relearning how to live with your parents instead of people your own age.
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Eating the Italian Way

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One of our writers spent the summer visiting Italy and noted some differences between eating habits here in the states and eating the Roman way
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Beans! Beans! The Musical Fruit

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Eight Layers of dip to kick start your Kickback
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Eating Around the World in San Diego

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San Diego is home to many different cultures that make it a great destination to visit. While you're there try some of these awesome restaurants to send your taste buds on a trip around the world.
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