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After one of their toughest losses in recent memory, the Gauchos (3-3-2 overall, 0-1-0 Big West) will look to pick themselves up against a struggling UC Davis (2-6-0 overall) this Saturday in their second Big West match of the year.
On Friday, the UCSB men’s tennis team opens the 2010 preseason with the 17th annual Bulldog Classic in Fresno.
The #5 UCSB men’s water polo team heads south this weekend to take on the nation’s best at the coveted Southern California Invitational, hosted by UCLA. The Gauchos (5-2 overall) took fifth place at the Northern California tournament two weeks ago.
The UCSB women’s volleyball team will look to capture its fourth straight win Friday, when it takes on #21 Long Beach State in its Big West home opener, followed by a home match against Cal State Fullerton on Saturday.
Before you read the rest of this review, catch up on some history and listen to a track from the band’s first mixtape, Shut Up Dude. It’s called “Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell” and it’s about… being at a combination Taco Bell and Pizza Hut. It’s repetitive and inane, but fun and catchy, too. […]
Pop golden boys Maroon 5 are back with Hands All Over, the group’s latest studio effort. The album is Maroon 5’s return to the stripped-down, organic sound behind its breakout record and a departure from the sleek dance-pop production of 2007’s It Won’t Be Soon Before Long. The 12-track LP features polished rock-inspired numbers […]
The Associated Student Legislative Council discussed the increasing rates of campus parking permits at their first meeting of the school year, held last night in the State Street Room of the UCen.
Friday, September 24, 10:38 a.m. — Three cops were conducting uniformed patrol on the 6500 block of Del Playa when a skateboarder whizzed by holding a partially full Jose Cuervo bottle in his hand.
The National Weather Service announced a “Hazardous Weather Outlook” for the county as temperatures hit triple digits earlier this week, signifying a heightened risk for brush fires in the area.
Students interested in schmoozing with big business executives and industry experts are invited to join the UCSB Student Entrepreneurs Association.