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Channel Surfers Battle Rough Seas in 13-Mile Voyage

While many residents in Isla Vista were coping with hangovers and dirty apartments the day after Deltopia weekend, a group of UC Santa Barbara fourth years and alumni opted to embark on a long-desired...
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Despite Facing Unlikely Odds, Non-Traditional Grads Persevere

Most people thinking of college graduates might imagine naïve young adults with no responsibilities — youths who sleep in too late and drink too much, unlikely to cope with the pressures of the “...
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An Arm and a Leg for a Cap and a Gown

Along with the $79.99 purchase of commencement regalia from the UCen Bookstore, which includes the graduation stole, tassel, cap and gown, the increased demand for lodging inflates the prices of hotel...
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Renovated Food Bank Reopens with Hopes for Refrigeration and Food Recovery

The Associated Students (A.S.) Food Bank reopened on Wednesday after renovations started near the end of Winter Quarter.
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McNair Program May Be Cut if President Trump’s Federal Budget is Approved

The McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement is a federal scholarship offered to first-generation, low-income students or those who belong to underrepresented minorities in the United States.
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ROTC Cadets Conquer Mount Whitney in Under 15 Hours

While throngs of students echoed the lyrics to Schoolboy Q’s “Collard Greens” in the sunny haze of Extravaganza, a group of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets were headed back to I...
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Once ‘At-Risk Youth’ Dela Cruz Receives UCSB’s Highest Honor

Dela Cruz has served several positions in A.S., is currently completing her thesis on the history of the Ventura School for Girls and will be graduating with a bachelor's degree in history of public p...
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Career Services To Replace Gaucholink with New Jobs Database

UCSB Career Services plans to replace in June its online jobs database, Gaucholink, with a new website called Handshake.
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Scam-Free Ticketing Platform Wins New Venture Competition

This year’s New Venture Competition’s first-place winner is CRYPTIX, a ticketing platform which uses blockchain technology to make the process safer by eliminating fraud and scalpers.
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Legacies Not Lost: Memorial Scholarships Carry on Dreams of I.V. Shooting Victims

As the tragedy of May 23, 2014 reminds the UC Santa Barbara community and families of those lost, the memorial scholarships designed to commemorate the six victims allow the students’ legacies to ca...
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UCPD Responds to Suspicious Object in Campbell Hall, Confirms Building Is Safe

The Tab UCSB reported that students evacuated the lecture hall after a bomb scare Tuesday morning, but UCPD confirmed there was no bomb, just a “subject disturbing class.”
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Startup Competition Finalists to Square Off on Wednesday

After a year of preparation and competition, six student-run startup companies will move on to the finals of the New Venture Competition. The contest will be held 3-7 p.m Wednesday at Corwin Pavilion ...
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Elections Board, Students Discuss Election Safety, Sustainability, More

The Associated Students Elections Board (ASEB) held a post-election town hall at Pardall Center Friday evening where around 15 students gathered to discuss the various issues that arose during this ye...
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Sexual Assault Reports Up in I.V.

It is unknown what exactly has prompted the increase, but the issue has been at the center of Associated Students’ elections platforms and the recent sexual assault sit-in on May 3 and 4 in Cheadle ...
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A.S. Senate Fails to Pass Divestment Resolution After 10-Hour Meeting

Over 100 students gathered in Corwin Pavilion to witness the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate vote on a resolution to divest from companies that aid Israel in alleged human rights violations against ...
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