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Bridging Surfing and Life: Author Gives Talk on Student Leadership

The Office of Student Life’s Leadership Development Center hosted a leadership conference in Corwin Pavilion on last night titled “Connect. Create. Change.,” featuring renowned surfing champion ...
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Mermaid Activists Dive Into UCSB

Save the Mermaids, a Santa Barbara-based environmental activism organization focused on beach and ocean clean-up, is working to establish a chapter on campus at UCSB.
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Christian Groups on Campus Sell Clothes to Fund Missions Overseas

Clothes will abound today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Parking Lot 22, where members of Epic — an Asian American Christian group on campus — and the nonprofit organization Campus Crusade for Christ p...
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New Student-Run Magazine Debuts At I.V. Food Co-op

Branching from the UCSB English Department, a new student-run literary arts magazine called The Catalyst made its debut with a launch party hosted at the Isla Vista Food Co-op on Thursday.
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UCSB’s Prestige, Applicants Increase

Applications to the UC system have increased across the board and this year, UCSB received a record-breaking 80,893 freshman and transfer applicants.
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Sk8 or Die: Group Makes Headway on Skate Park

Isla Vista may be welcoming a new skate park after a dozen local skaters attended an Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District (IVRPD) meeting in December to protest converting PerfectPark into a parki...
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Music Ensemble Combines Sound, Science, Visuals in Experimental Collaborative Show

The Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology, or CREATE, and the Media Arts and Technology Program, or MAT, presented an electronic and visual music show called “Sound Storm” at the Lotte ...
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Students Talk to Students in Turkey-less ‘Turkey Talk’

Associated Students Senate held a “Turkey Talk” — although there was no actual turkey — in Santa Rosa Residence Hall last night, inviting students to speak with the campus’s student governme...
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Media Arts and Technology Graduate Program Hosts Event Featuring Music, Light and Color

The UCSB Media Arts and Technology (MAT) graduate program held a one-day visual music symposium called “Exploring Visual Music” on Saturday at Elings Hall. The symposium focused on musical experim...
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UCSB Alum Creates New Chatroom App Inspired by I.V. Local Gatherings

Created by a UCSB alum, Popcorn Messaging is a new free mobile application that connects people with their neighbors through anonymous chatrooms.
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HalloClean Plans on Cleaning Halloween Party Damage in I.V.

Isla Vista community members will be picking up post-Halloween debris this Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. though HalloClean, a concerted effort by students and local business owners lookin...
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KCSB Radio Plans First Record Label

After over five decades of community radio, UCSB’s own 91.9 KCSB-FM plans to debut their first record label, Bank Burner Records, with a show at Del Pueblo Café in Santa Barbara that will feature l...
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Contemporary Soul Music Takes the Stage at the Hub

The Associated Students Program Board’s new concert series, Soulektion, will bring modern soul band, The Internet, and multi-genre bass player, Thundercat, to the Hub today at 9 p.m.
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Film Event Examines Major Social Issues Growing in the U.S.

The critically acclaimed HBO documentary, “American Winter,” which reveals a personal look at the economic recession’s effect on eight different middle-class] American families, will screen toni...
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