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Senate Shows Support of Voting Rights for Non-Citizens in I.V.

On Wednesday, UCSB's A.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution in support of extending voting to non-citizens in I.V. local government.
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I.V. CSD and STESA Finalize Agreement for Resource Center in I.V.

The I.V. CSD finalized an agreement during its Jan. 8 meeting to open a survivor resource center in I.V. in collaboration with STESA, a organization that addresses sexual assault in Santa Barbara.
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Letters & Science Runner-Up Senator Sworn In During Wednesday Meeting

Gabriella Shofet, a fourth-year biopsychology major, was sworn in as the newest Letters & Science Senator on Wednesday evening after former Senator Joshua Takeuchi stepped down over winter break.
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Fantastic Queerbaits and Where to Find Them

Anabel Costa examines the tendency of Hollywood movies to exploit gay characters for the benefit of claiming diversity.
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Fresh Off First Quarter

Joshen Mantai reflects on the freshman experience one quarter into her first year.
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Guns Trump Lives: Is It Even Worth Living In America Anymore?

Hannah Jackson compares her experience in a gun-regulated country with her experiences in the U.S.
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Ar’mond Davis Subdues the Aggies As Gauchos Win Sixth Straight

The men's basketball team continued its hot-streak Thursday night with a convincing 69-58 win over the UC Davis Aggies.
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UCSB Heads North To Take On Last-Place UC Davis

The Gauchos are set to defend their position atop the Big West Standings this Thursday night against the UC Davis Aggies.
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Gauchos Still Searching For First Big West Win, Host 49ers

Although the Gauchos haven't started off the season strong, they still have a chance to make a splash in the Big West as they get set to host the Long Beach State 49ers.
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‘Dissect’ Is the Music Podcast We All Needed

Artsweek interviewed the host of the Spotify Original Podcast, Cole Cuchna, on passion projects, white discourse around black music and his own creative process when writing episodes for the show.
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‘Vice’ Puts Dick Cheney On the Silver Screen

“Vice” is a far cry from any other biopic of the time period, and, quite frankly, should not be compared to other dramatizations of political events or careers.
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Artsweek’s Ten Favorite Albums of 2018

In 2018, artists broke down their own personal barriers to share full-length declarations of love, loss and struggle – showing both depth and versatility.
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Microbial Assassins: Changing the Face of Modern Antibiotics

Looking back at the scientific advancements throughout the history of medicine, it is evident that these past decades have transformed the way humans approach the treatment of infections and diseases....
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Underneath the Surface: Shrinking Groundwater in the United States

Given the fragile state of today’s climate and environment, it comes as no surprise that many of the planet’s vital natural resources are threatened. New research indicates that the supply of grou...
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UCSB Researchers Help Develop New Technique to Detect Changes in Bone Structure

Our bones constantly form and absorb bone tissue throughout our lives. What becomes worrisome is when we have a progressively greater loss of bone density as we age, which could lead to osteoporosis. ...
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UCSB Associated Students Presents: Fight Night

After years of squabbling over Facebook feeds and Nexus comment boards, Associated Students is bringing its tension to the foreground with an evening of bare-knuckle pageantry.
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Do Not Go Gentle Into That Geed Night

So there have been a lot of rumors and speculation surrounding me and my sorority status. I am HERE to set the masses straight, completely on the record, and a hundred percentile truthful.
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How To Lose a Frat Guy in 10 Days

Frat guys are great … OK, maybe some of them are — jury’s out on the rest. Maybe you get lucky and actually find a decent guy with letters who treats you right, or maybe you don’t. Have you ev...
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In Photos | Blue-Green Rivalry Renewed at the Thunderdome

UCSB was able to defend its home court for the fifth consecutive year against rival Cal Poly, defeating the Mustangs by a final score of 65-56.
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In Photos | College Cup Comes to UC Santa Barbara

Relive the greatest moments of the college cup matches from this past weekend.
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In Photos | Dog Therapy Day: Stay “Pawsitive”

Students flocked to the SRB on Wednesday afternoon for Dog Therapy Day, with the line to get into the event wrapped almost all the way around the building.
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Three Oatmeal Recipes to Warm Your Freezing Soul

The perfect way to start off those cold and gloomy winter days.
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Mexican Hot Chocolate the Millenial Way

Winter is here and it calls for warm drinks all around.
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Birthday Food Traditions Around the World

Birthdays are more than just cakes and candles.
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