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Second-Year Remembered As Caring and Intelligent

Ana described her relationship with her son as “extremely close” and said he was a great son who always worried about her and really loved being around his family.
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UCSB Students, Faculty Gather In Remembrance Of Thousand Oaks Shooting Victims

This was the second mass shooting memorial held by UCSB students in the past 10 days.
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Women’s Soccer Ends Season With 2-0 Loss Against LBSU in Big West Title Game

The Gauchos finish the season with an overall mark of 13-7-1.
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UCSB Seeks To Win First Big West Title Since 2009

Long Beach State is all that stands in the way of the UCSB women's soccer team winning its first conference crown since 2009. The match is set to kick-off at 1 p.m. on Sunday, November 4th.
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UCSB Heads Into Weekend With Must-Win Mentality as Conference Play Nears End

Editor in chief Jorge Mercado previews the women's soccer team's big upcoming weekend slate against CSUF and Hawai'i.
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Women’s Soccer Suffers Heartbreaking Loss at UC Irvine

A golden goal in the 102nd minute delivered the win for UCI and gave the UCSB women's soccer team its first conference loss of the season.
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UCSB Looks to Build Off First Big West Victory

The UCSB women's soccer team is on the road this weekend hoping to pick up two conference victories first at UC Irvine then at UC Riverside.
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UCSB Earns 2nd-Straight Come From Behind Victory

Much like Sunday's upset win against Cal, the Gauchos rallied from an early deficit at Fresno State to come back and win the match 2-1.
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Gauchos Offense Shines in Exhibition Opener Against Westmont

Shaelan Murison led the way for the UCSB women's soccer team scoring two goals and assisting on another helping to defeat Westmont, 5-1.
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Letter From the Editor: Merk’s Paradise

New Editor-in-Chief Jorge Mercado introduces himself and examines the past three years in college, and the nexus, that has led him to this point.
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Bubbly Second-Year Student Remembered for Her ‘Inner Light’

“Annie had a very specific sense of humor. She had a sarcastic wit that was very playful and could ease you into having a conversation,” Yoon said. “Her laugh and smile were so distinct. It was ...
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Heidegger Talks Overcoming Adversity On & Off The Court

Editor-In-Chief Jorge Mercado sat down with breakout UCSB basketball star Max Heidegger to talk about the balancing act of being a D1 athlete.
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Gauchos Head to SLO for Match Against Blue-Green Rival Cal Poly

Despite officially being out of contention for a postseason berth, the Gauchos sill have a lot to play for as they head down to SLO to take on the Mustangs.
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UCSB In Must-Win Situation, Heads To Long Beach

As they head into the latter part of the conference season the Gauchos now find themselves in a must-win situation if they hope to advance into postseason play. They head down to Long Beach to take do...
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UCSB Seeking To Gain Conference Edge, Hosts CSUN

As the conference season winds down the Gauchos are looking to make one final push up the Big West standings. They're set to take on CSUN Friday afternoon.
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