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Mojo Teahouse Looks To Expand Beyond Isla Vista

Mojo Teahouse is looking to expand beyond the borders of Isla Vista
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

The weekly goings-on in Isla Vista.
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UCSB Student Lays Foundation for First Ever Colourpop College Program

Colourpop Cosmetics launched the first ever iteration of the Colourpop Colleges program right here at UCSB.
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It’s Time We Replace the “R” Word with Respect

Alyssa Long urges readers to treat people of all abilities with compassion.
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A Field Guide to Introversion

Jordan Curiel makes a case for the more subdued lifestyle of introverts.
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Growing Up Mixed

Kian Karamdashti examines the difficulties that come with growing up in a mixed-race household, and how that shaped his early adulthood.
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UCSB Looks to Keep Momentum Against Fullerton, LBSU

Against the two teams directly above them in the standings, Santa Barbara can make up serious ground this week in conference play.
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Gauchos Back in Town, Host Hawai’i and Cal State Fullerton in Conference Doubleheader

UCSB will have a unique opportunity to turn the tide back in its favor and finish out conference play strong.
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Gauchos Set For Home-Opener Against Hartford

The UCSB baseball team finally makes their debut this weekend at Ceasar Uyesaka Stadium to take on the University of Hartford.
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In Review: Weezer’s ‘The Teal Album’

The Teal Album is lighthearted in spirit. It’s self-aware. But most importantly, it’s fun.
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‘Vagina Monologues’ 2019: Confronting the Taboos

All of this is what makes the “Vagina Monologues” special – the show is there to help, whether by teaching people about the violence in the world or helping others get over the social taboo of ...
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Looking Through the Glassbox: MULTIMODAL

Last week, the Glassbox did something new — a performance art festival replaced the typical week-long exhibition.
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Chasing the Ever ‘Moving Target’ of Ocean Restoration

“There is a real disconnect between what you hear in the upper echelon of the political sphere and [what you hear from] the folks that are in the water doing their best to enable ocean recoveries,...
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Express Yourself: UCSB Researchers Study RNA Roles in Cell Differentiation

Every cell in our bodies comes from the same source — namely, germ cells. So how do these cells develop to serve so many different functions in our body? From neural cells with axons over two feet l...
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‘Train Locally, Deploy Globally’ with AI

Technology undoubtedly plays a fundamental role in tracking climate change. Scientists and researchers can take advantage of a plethora of technological approaches to aid them in their work in widely ...
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Housemate Gets Laid, Can’t Stop Exclaiming, “Man I Didn’t Sleep at All Last Night!”

Local resident Virgil Nomo had a busy night last night if you know what I mean, but you probably already heard because he won’t shut up about it.
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Breaking News: Girl Regrets Lip Tattoo

There’s a long list of regrettable decisions frequently made by college students: waiting until the night before to start writing a paper, drunkenly emailing your professor to apologize for causing ...
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Greek Sisterhoods Only Thing Preventing Shitty, 65-Block Oceanside Homes from Eroding Into Ocean

If you're among the 89 percent of UCSB’s undergraduate population that has not yet joined greek life, you may want to reconsider. As houses on 66-block through 68-block have been making the slow pro...
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In Photos | Santa Barbara International Film Festival

The annual film festival welcomed dozens of celebrities.
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In Photos | The Morning After The Storm

Nexus photographers and reporters reported fallen trees all over campus and in I.V.
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In Photos: Dreamville’s J.I.D

On January 30, less than one week after Bas’s performance at Velvet Jones, Santa Barbara became home to another Dreamville artist, J.I.D. Thanks to AS Program Board, UCSB students & Santa Ba...
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Goleta Farmer’s Market Brings Joy to the Community

Take the time on Sunday to visit the Camino Real farmers market.
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5 Caffeine Alternatives for People Who Don’t Do Coffee

Wake up or die trying.
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Cozy Vegetable Soup

Vegetable soup to keep you warm during these chilly Isla Vista days.
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