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Tossed Tortillas Land in Campus Compost Bin

It is UC Santa Barbara tradition for students to fling tortillas onto the field after a goal during home soccer games, a custom that will undoubtedly continue into Saturday’s match against rival Cal...
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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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Arbor’s Tarot Card Reader Buckingham Reads Fortunes, Gives Advice

Near the corner of the Arbor’s bustling walkway, a small camp-like setup can be seen next to Larry Calvaletto’s “Got Questions?” booth. Advertised with a piece of cardboard box inked with the ...
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U-Mail Phishing Scams Resurface

Students have reported another round of phishing emails circulating through UCSB’s U-Mail system attempting to gather student info.
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Students Spin Poetry at Annual ‘Coming Out Monologues’

UC Santa Barbara students expressed themselves in spoken word on Monday at the annual “Coming Out Monologues,” sharing their experiences aloud to usher in National Coming Out Day on Tuesday.
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New Grant To Lay Framework for Digital Database

The UCSB library has received a $100,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences to create a framework that supports extensive digital library collections.
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Guests Speak on Love in Politics

Renowned minds in art and academia flew into Santa Barbara this week to discuss the concept of civility in the face of hatred and violence at UCSB Student Affairs’ newest series.
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New Transfer Center Opens in the Library

UC Santa Barbara held a grand opening for the transfer student center in the UCSB Library on Wednesday, celebrating a work in progress since the library opened doors in January.
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Remaining Senators Sworn In at First Senate

Associated Students Senators began their time in office at the first Senate of the year on Wednesday after a delayed start for the new government in spring 2016.
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UCSB Ranked No. 8 Top Public School

Among all the UCs, UCSB held the number-three spot on the list.
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Library Funding Aims at Tech Advances

In addition to data-related projects and hires, library staff will also focus on increasing available space in the coming year.
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Campus Construction Chugs Along

Year-old construction projects are finding their ways to a close in the near future.
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Bikes: Gauchos’ Ride or Die

Take a spin with the Nexus through UCSB’s history on two wheels.
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Bribery Scandal Comes To a Close as Executives Are Sworn In

The Associated Students executive board for fall 2016 was sworn into office on Monday, culminating four months of speculation concerning bribery allegations against the Interfraternity Council (IFC).
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Umail Phishing Scam Compromises Student, Admin Security

UCSB cyber security officials talk safety after scammers sent suspicious emails to UCSB students and administration "phishing" for login info.
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