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Measure R Passes, “Yes On Measure R” Campaign Celebrates

This was the CSD’s second attempt to secure consistent funding following the failure of Measure F in 2016, which left the CSD without a primary source of funding.
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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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Vista Point

ELBOWS, KNEES AND FEET (KNEES AND FEET) Come to the Pardall Center Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. for free self-defense classes hosted by Santa Barbara Krav Maga. Circuit training, striking and kicking...
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I Have To Have Sex With Someone Before I Can Get To Know Them

Veronica Meyers explains why getting down with someone is her favorite ice-breaker.
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Letter From the Editor: Goodbyes Are Actually the Worst

At the end of the day, we’re all students living in Isla Vista trying to make sense of everything around us.
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Tinder Massages: A Whole New Meaning of “I Gaucho Back”

Katherine Chen provides a strong endorsement of seeking massages via Tinder.
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C Into the Future: What Lies Ahead for the Boston Celtics

Staff Writer Kendra Jackson analyzes the recent feats of the up and coming Boston Celtics, and how one of the most storied NBA franchises can get back to championship form.
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The Last Dance: Remembering the 1990 UCSB Basketball Team

With the recent success of the UCSB Men's Basketball team getting NCAA tournament hopes up around campus, staff writer Ryan Hykes looks back to the last and only time the Gauchos got a tournament win.
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Five Bold Predictions for the 2018 World Cup

Staff Writer Ryan Hykes brings in a fresh perspective to the 2018 World Cup being held in Russia this summer.
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A Graduate’s Guide to Santa Barbara Movie Theatres

Now that I’ve spent four years squawking my incoherent opinions about movies that you probably never bothered to read, I might as well leave some kind of lasting influence. So, here you are. A guide...
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‘Solo’ Stalls Mid-Hyperspace

Despite its star-heavy cast, the highly anticipated science fiction film failed to deliver anything different.
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Modest Mouse Gets Weird at the Arlington

Their sound is a bit punk: catchy, shouty, angry, fun. Brock’s delivery defines their sound — his voice is somewhere between a yelp and a howl, conversational one second and guttural the next.
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No Longer a “Foote” Note

When it comes to crediting one of the most consequential discoveries of the past two centuries, the scientific community is mistaken. Over 150 years ago, Eunice Newton Foote released her findings on c...
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Consciousness Conundrum

In everyday conversations, we often use the words “mind” and “brain” interchangeably. For psychologists and other researchers studying the mind-brain problem, the two terms hold very different...
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Get through the Siege

Javier Read de Alaniz, the chemistry professor and the associate director of the California NanoSystem Institute (CNSI) at UCSB, recently embarked on a new $7.5 million, five-year Multidisciplinary Re...
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Brother, can you spare a trash?

Hells lo, my names is Grrr M. Pache. I is racoon who lives in tree behind big human tree with top.
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Not Too Late for Something Weird to Still Happen

Here we are in Week 10, and it just occurred to me that no big meteorological or geographical catastrophe has taken place.
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Senior Woman Has One Week Left to Find Provider

Sidney Davis, a fourth-year economics major, became stressed this week at the realization that she is about to graduate without being in a stable heterosexual relationship that could end in marriage.
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Campus Comment: Santa Barbara Weather Galore

This year, the UC Santa Barbara campus has been hit by myriad of weather phenomena. From ashes to heavy rain, it seems like the only thing that hasn’t fallen from the sky is hail (knock on wood)...
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In Photos: A.S. Elections 2018

This year's Associated Students election saw tears of joy and of disappointment. Relive the night below:
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In Photos: UCSB PRIDE Drag Show ft. Trixie Mattel

The Associated Students Queer Commission hosted this year's Pride Week at UC Santa Barbara which included a drag show at Campbell Hall. Below our photographer captured some of the scenes, including  ...
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The 14th Annual Lavender Festival in Full Bloom

Stop and smell the lavenders...and maybe eat some too.
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The Final Countdown: Gaucho Blue and Gold Delights

The wait until graduation just got a whole lot easier.
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Let’s Taco ‘Bout Altamirano’s Taco Truck

Change up your Taco Tuesday at Altamirano’s.
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