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Mr. Burns Confounds, But Entertains Audience

Overall, I found myself lost and confused during the majority of the entertaining, humorous, obscure play.
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Noche Flamenca Lights Campbell Ablaze

The singing and music was impressive, but it was not hard to figure out that everyone was there to see the dancing.
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‘Lydia’ and the Connection to an American Dream

With the tempestuous social climate of the early ’70s being so reminiscent of current events, the Flores family illustrates the real, pertinent struggle of immigration and finding identity — a st...
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Documents Show 6 UCSB Employees Violated Title IX Policy

The documents identify approximately 124 Title IX violations across the UC system between Jan. 1, 2013, and April 6, 2016. Four of six cases at UCSB were reported by students, and the remaining were r...
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Surfers To Compete for Glory, Reusable Party Cups on Saturday

I.V. Surfrider is hosting on Saturday the first-ever Isla Vista Benefit Surf Contest.
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Library Website Gets First Facelift in 5 Years

The UCSB Library website got a major remodel at the beginning of Winter Quarter, updating its outdated homepage with an accessible new look.
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Williams Honored at Regents Meeting

The University of California Regents honored Assemblymember Das Williams Wednesday for his commitment to educational excellence.
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I.V. Leads Effort as SB Sees 55 Percent Voter Turnout

As of early Wednesday morning, voter turnout was recorded by the Santa Barbara County Elections Office at 55.12 percent.
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Bernhard Showcases Talent and Heart

The tiny, yet immensely passionate cast is remarkably in-sync with one another, chiming chorus lines at the exact same time and spitting in to metal cans in unison.
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Dos Pueblos High School is continuing its 96 percent graduation rate, and it is now reporting that 40 percent of students will be going to four-year universities and 50 percent will be attending SBCC in the fall. Jose Ochoa / Daily Nexus

Dos Pueblos Surpasses National High School Grad Rate

President Barack Obama announced Oct. 17 that the country’s rising graduation rate is now at a record high of 83.2 percent.
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Dos Pueblos High School is continuing its 96 percent graduation rate, and it is now reporting that 40 percent of students will be going to four-year universities and 50 percent will be attending SBCC in the fall. Jose Ochoa / Daily Nexus

A.S. Legal Code Revised to Include Non-Binary Pronouns

The new bill is the second piece of legislation to promote inclusivity at UCSB, the other being the use of students’ preferred names on ACCESS cards.
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Joey Alexander Trio: Prodigious

Alexander’s original compositions are simply inspirational. It’s more than just genius in its arrangement, it’s the notion of a 13-year-old following his dream and truly succeeding.
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UCSB Hackers Advance in Worldwide Competition

A group of hackers from UC Santa Barbara is a top 10 team to advance in a cyber security contest that began with 18,000 undergraduate students from around the world.
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NAKED SHAKES Do Something With “Nothing”

The bareness of the set emphasizes the acting of the students on stage, leading to many laughs-out-loud from the audience, but along with somber moments of stillness.
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