In Photos | “UC, UC, you’re no good, pay your workers like you should”: UCSB Graduate Students Rally In Solidarity With UCSC

Live coverage of the Cheadle Hall occupation can be viewed on Twitter at @dailynexus.
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Out for the Count: With 2020 Census on the Horizon, Census Specialist Explains the Process

The process takes months, and the results of the census are compiled and delivered to the president in December, with the results available to the public in early 2021.
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University-Owned Housing To Be Offered to Non-UCSB Students With Local Summer Internships

The new initiative allows students from any college or university with a summer job or internship in the Santa Barbara area to stay in UCSB-owned housing for the summer.
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Why Elizabeth Warren is the Ultimate Progressive Reformer

Sara Rubin assesses the differences between two progressive frontrunners of the upcoming Democratic presidential primary.
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Students Speak Out On Coronavirus

Students share their perspectives on coronavirus, the global health emergency.
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The Espionage Charges Against Julian Assange Jeopardize Journalism

Luke Hamilton argues that the charges against Julian Assange undermine the First Amendment and endanger freedom of the press.
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23-4 Run Propels Gauchos Past Matadors

The Gauchos ripped off a 23-4 run, opening up a 17-point lead that the team would never lose en-route to a 65-60 victory over Cal State Northridge (CSUN).
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No. 9 UCSB Women’s Water Polo Heads South for Barbara Kalbus Invitational

The Gauchos’ first match is set to get underway at 4:15 p.m. on Friday in Irvine, and the game against either San Diego State or Stanford will start at 8 a.m. on Saturday.
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Following Tough Loss, UCSB Looks To Rebound Against CSUF, UCD

The Gauchos get two opportunities this week to make a move up the standings and avenge a pair of losses — opportunities the team likely can’t afford to waste.
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In Review: “The Slow Rush” by Tame Impala

After a handful of singles sprinkled throughout the months leading up to its release, “The Slow Rush”  has finally arrived.
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Theater and Dance Brings a Thrilling Performance of “Hookman” to Performing Arts Theater

This past weekend, the UC Santa Barbara Department of Theater and Dance gave an exciting performance of “Hookman,” bringing the 2012 slasher comedy to life in the Performing Arts Theater.
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A 17-Track Love Letter: “Changes” by Justin Bieber

“Changes” shows off an incredibly mature and refined sound never before heard from the pop megastar.
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National Society of Black Engineers at UCSB Provides Black S.T.E.M. Students “Encouragement” and “Knowledge”

NSBE also frequently collaborates with another MESA engineering program partner, Los Ingenieros, as well as UCSB’s College of Engineering.
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A Rooted Conversation About Hair

The conversation about natural hair in the African American community has been a hard one, riddled with misconceptions that lend to discriminatory practices both within and outside of the workplace.
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CO₂ and Climate Change: Same Goal, New Perspectives

Hain believes that the boron isotope-pH proxy may be the next step in climate change research, as it generates a baseline representation of the relationship between CO₂ and global temperature.
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Hall Rules Clearly Based on Hammurabi’s Code

FT’s 12th-floor bulletin board was recently replaced with a pair of massive clay tablets, into which the new floor rules have been hand-chiseled. These new rules, as well as their method of proclama...
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Student Health Receives Influx of Sex Injuries Following Valentine’s Day

Student Health staffers were astonished this week by the staggering number of sex-related injuries presented to Student Health for treatment following this year’s 3-day Valentine’s weekend. Althou...
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New Student Loan Deferral Program Lets You Pass Your Crippling Debt Onto Your Children

On Wednesday, President Trump signed an executive order requiring the U.S. Department of Education to create a new student loan deferral program allowing students who find themselves in more debt than...
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In Photos | “UC, UC, you’re no good, pay your workers like you should”: UCSB Graduate Students Rally In Solidarity With UCSC

Live coverage of the Cheadle Hall occupation can be viewed on Twitter at @dailynexus.
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In Photos | UC-AFT Rallies for Faculty Equity

UF-AFT held a rally Monday afternoon to fight for faculty equity after more than nine months of contract negotiations.
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In Photos | UMI Brings Lo-Fi R&B to The Hub

UMI, the 20-year old Seattle native and student at the University of Southern California, performed for UCSB students at The Hub this past Tuesday night. Check out the gallery below for a recap of her...
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A Baked Chicken Recipe on a Budget

The perfect personal meal that satisfies both your hunger and your wallet!
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Su’s Bowl: Authentic Chinese Cuisine

With such a huge number of dishes on their menu, there’s bound to be something that you enjoy!
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Kaiju Brings Japanese Ramen and Curry to Isla Vista

The newest addition to the variety I.V. cuisine leaves people with mixed feelings.
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