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I.V. CSD Receives Community Feedback on Budget

One community member also proposed the money be used to create a community counseling center for drug addiction, homelessness and suicide intervention.
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Recap: College of Letters & Science, College of Engineering Senators Forums

There are four seats total for the College of Letters & Science, while there is only one seat for the College of Engineering.
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Recap: External Vice President for Statewide Affairs Forum

The two EVPSA candidates are third-year Alexandra Leal Silva and second-year Daevionne Beasley.
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Is Studying Abroad All Sunshine and Rainbows?

Autumn Murphy questions whether or not studying abroad really lives up to its hype.
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Beyond Bills: The Power of Paper

Miya Herzstein on redefining "support" through creative and cultural means.
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Unpacking the Napping Fallacy

Melanie Ziment passionately argues her disdain for daytime slumber.
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The Breanna Stewart Tragedy

I am personally responsible for Breanna Stewart tearing her Achilles over the weekend in the EuroLeague title game. No, I wasn’t guarding Stewart when the injury occurred. In fact, I wasn’t even i...
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No. 4 UCSB Eliminated from Big West Championship Following Semifinal Loss to No. 2 Long Beach State

The Gauchos finished up an extremely successful season with a tough loss to one of the top teams in the country this weekend, falling in the fourth set to No. 2 Long Beach State on Saturday.
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Gauchos Sweep Weekend Matchups, Clinch Fourth Consecutive First-Place Finish

The UCSB men's tennis team steamrolled through the Big West conference regular season for the fourth year in a row, and secured the top-seed in the Big West Tournament this weekend with wins over Cal ...
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Jaboukie Young-White Illuminates I.V. Theater

Young-White’s stand-up was not only uproariously funny but filled with wisdom about parental acceptance, persistence, the mark of success and civil discourse.
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Eight Blazin’ 4/20 Movies

To commemorate this stoner holiday, here’s a list of movies about weed and its related adventures, perfect for a night spent with the munchies.
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Kevin Abstract’s ‘ARIZONA baby’ Is a Mixed Bag

If you like Kevin Abstract’s work, particularly his solo martial, give ARIZONA baby a listen.
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There Are Not Plenty of Fish in the Sea

The paper also forecasted “winning” and “losing” ecosystems under warming waters, in which certain regions of the world would experience a loss of fish diversity and availability.
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UCSB Researchers Find Novel Genetic Mutation for Alzheimer’s Disease

A second Colombian family with a novel mutation on the same gene for inherited Alzheimer’s disease had been discovered.
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You’re Just Too Funny For Me

A male friend's opinion adds to a plethora of evidence — both empirical and anecdotal — indicating that men are often perceived as the funnier sex.
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Student Gazes Wistfully Into Eyes of Freshman-Year Gauchospace Profile Picture, Longs for Simpler, More Innocent Times

Recently, Gauchospace released yet another of its periodic site updates — this time including the addition of each user’s student ID photo to its homepage, which students must access in order to v...
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Short Kings Lament: Tall White Man Stealing All the Girls

In 2018, “Florida Man” became a natural phenomenon in pop culture. While not honing in on one specific individual, the term “Florida Man” has been used to encompass the community of strange in...
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Climate Change Motivates Real Estate Investor To Buy Trigo Houses

The entirety of the houses on Trigo Road have been purchased by a local investor, who claims that rising sea levels will turn Trigo into “the new DP.”
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In Photos | The Warm Up, with JPEGMAFIA & TroyBoi

The Warm Up and Deltopia take place on the same day each year during the first Saturday of spring quarter.
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In Photos | Deltopia 2019

Daily Nexus photographers captured this year's Deltopia celebrations.
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In Photos | AFSCME & UTPE Hold One-Day Strike

The unions have been negotiating new contracts with the UC since 2017.
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Zucchini a la Checca

A one-pan vegan and low-carb twist on an Italian classic.
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It’s Dumpling Time

How does the Bay compare to LA?
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The People Who Love New Food and the People Who Don’t

Why are Americans intent on eating their way around the world?
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