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Harvard Professor Peter Galison Introduces the Evolving Notions of Objectivity

Do truth and objectivity occupy the same realm of meaning, in terms of science and journalism? On April 24, UCSB’s Art History Graduate Student Association hosted its 40th Annual Symposium in the Un...
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Soul Particles: Redefining Dance

It is fundamentally known that art will either disturb the unsettling, untouched crannies of your brain or evoke comforting familiarities known only to the individual. Using the medium of dance to tri...
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The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck: Both Delightfully and Sickly Sweet

A global sensation, the lovable Japanese character will launch its own Hello Kitty Cafe in Orange County this upcoming summer. In order to build anticipation, the company has released their exuberantl...
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Miso Hungry: A Novelty Restaurant

Me-so hungry...for what? If you don't mind riffs on raw fish, maybe a sushirrito is for you.
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Cheap Dates, Cheap Eats

With a sprinkle of ingenuity and drizzle of devotion, Valentine’s Day can become a celebration of both love and simplicity
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Cirque Ziva Performs Mind-Bending Stunts at Campbell

One might feel a sense of shame blended with awe when witnessing the Golden Dragon Acrobats contort, bend and balance so seamlessly. The Chinese acrobatic company performed their critically-acclaimed ...
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Recreating Recipes on a Budget: the Pho Baguette

For those who can't venture to the Costa Mesa pho baguette mecca, making your own version of a Vietnamese style French dip is not only doable, but easier than you'd expect.
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A New Kind of Study Playlist – Exploring the Instrumental World of Study Sounds

You probably made a New Year’s resolution to dedicate a little more time to hitting the books, but studying doesn’t have to be a miserable commitment this quarter. Whether classes require examinin...
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Best of 2014: Music Albums

Artsweek Staff Shares the EP’s that Made Us Groove These Days… by Ab-soul Kelsey Tang, Staff Writer By infusing the fuzzy ambience of downtempo into classic hip-hop, Ab-Soul’s These Days… ...
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Magnets & Ghosts EP Be Born is Perfect for Winter Nights

With the cold this article is going up in December winds momentarily wiping out the sweet and sunny days here at UCSB, it’s time to exchange that ready-for-the-beach playlist for something a tad mor...
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Asian Thanksgiving Alternatives

As we annually and anxiously wait for Thanksgiving to finally peek through the nipping winds of November, my family routinely diverges from the classic feast and instead reinvents the foods by introdu...
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Electro-Rock Duo Plays I.V. First Fridays and Incites Nostalgia

Polka-dotted couches and yellow Christmas lights adorned People’s Park, the spot of Isla Vista First Fridays’ kickoff concert celebrating “live music, culture, art and food” on Nov. 14. The ev...
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Storytellers from The Moth Come to UCSB

On the screen of the porch window was a ripped hole that drew in moths attracted to the shimmering light. While these moths fluttered about, a group of friends regularly gathered to share one another...
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On the Prowl for a Ripe Sound ft. Tennis and Solange Knowles

    There’s an exclusive thrill that comes with discovering obscure artists with a fresh and ripe sound. It provides a vital break from mainstream music. As appealing as Nicki Minaj’s an...
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Three Recipes to Try on National Food Day

Not sure how to start "eating real?" Let the OTM staff help you out with these easy, feel good meals.
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