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Installation of Signals In Debate

Santa Barbara County officials spoke at the A.S. Senate meeting on Wednesday about the upcoming traffic signal installation at the Pardall Road and Embarcadero Del Norte intersection.
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Senate Meeting Focuses on Displaced Students, Deltopia

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate passed three resolutions Wednesday concerning students displaced by Del Playa cliff erosion, the Isla Vista festival ordinance and Deltopia advertisements.
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Rep. Monique Limón Proposes 21 New Bills for Calif. State Assembly

Assemblywoman Monique Limón has proposed 21 new bills for the California State Assembly’s 2017-18 session.
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Trump’s Mainstream Media Accountability Survey: A Desperate Attempt to Shape Public Opinion

Brian Wheat criticizes President Trump's recent attempt at gauging the public's attitude toward mainstream media.
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UCSB’s Anti-Deltopia Ad Campaign: $40k Could be Better Spent

Olivia Yazzolino questions UCSB's fiscal priorities after learning of the $40k spent on ads discouraging out-of-towners at Deltopia.
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A Call to Action for the Crisis in Syria

Ali Abouesh stresses the need for Americans to take the right step in assisting Syria.
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UCSB Looks to Serve UC San Diego, Break Seven-Game Losing Streak

After seven consecutive matches against top 10 opponents, the Gauchos get a huge break when they take on unranked UC San Diego.
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Women’s Basketball Looking to Capitalize on Upset Opportunity, Face BW Leader UC Davis

Facing the situation of seeking a much needed victory, the UCSB women’s basketball team is looking to overcome its 1-4 standing in its last five games.
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UCSB Set for Home Opener, Will Host Tulane University In Hopes of Resolving Offensive Issues After 1-3 Start

After rainy weather conditions offset home games for the UCSB baseball team, the Gauchos will finally make their home debut vs. Tulane.
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KCSB: The Station Behind the Fun-Drive

KCSB’s goal isn’t just to provide entertainment, but also to provide training in radio, educational outlets and community unification.
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Kamasi Washington is a Jazz Legend in the Making

Deep bonds formed through trust, friendship and family make better jazz than anything that the most talented strangers could create.
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Postmodern Jukebox Brings Charm to Arlington

The stage lit up with a flaming, passionate red, and the musicians of Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) took the stage in their first-ever show in Santa Barbara.
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UCSB Alumna Drinks to UTI Prevention

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) affect one out of two women in the United States, meaning half of all the women you know will get a UTI at some point in their life, and one in every five will suffer f...
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Ocean Model Prompts Absorption Analysis

With the Earth's rising temperatures, carbon dioxide levels have increased which could affect the ocean circulation cycle. Researchers from UCSB dive deep to find out the effects of increased carbon d...
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Proteins May Determine Disease Progression

One of the most fundamental rules in the field of cell biology is structure determines function. It is the idea that the shape of something can ultimately redefine its activity, causing it to operate ...
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Sorority Sally “Distraught” After Beyoncé Drops Out of Coachella

I feel like someone stuck their hand in my CHEST and RIPPED OUT MY HEART.
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UCSB Pro-Nazi Meninists Feel Oppressed by Campus Liberals

After the inauguration of President Donald Trump, UCSB pro-Nazi meninists claim to have been targeted by on-campus anti-Trump and anti-racism protests.
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Spirit of Andrew Jackson visits President Trump with New Domestic Policy Proposals

A recent tweet released by President Trump made mention of a “huge historical inspiration” from a good friend he “would’ve done business with.”
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In Photos: 32nd Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Held in various venues across downtown Santa Barbara, this year’s Santa Barbara International Film Festival was one for the books. Groundbreaking works such as ‘Loving’, ‘Moonl...
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In Photos: Women’s March Takes on Los Angeles

Laverne Cox, Miley Cyrus, and Barbara Streisand were a few of the many celebrities who made speeches, though the intense crows made it impossible for most to see or hear. These protests were held on e...
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In Photos: Trump Inauguration Walkout

Nearly 500 students gathered at Campbell Hall on Friday to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States. Students were joined by faculty, residents of Isla Vista,...
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Let’s Hang at Lao Wang

We crossed the basics taking photos in Pardall Tunnel and emerged into I.V., unprepared for what came next. Out of the darkness was a new light in the I.V. food scene: Lao Wang Asian Street Food Resta...
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Spend the Day at the Summerland Beach Café

On The Menu writer Natasha Tandler reviews one of her UCSB bucket list destinations, Summerland Beach Café.
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Putting Diet Resolutions to the Test: A Week of Healthy Eating

"2017 is fully upon us, and as we’re only a few months in, it can become difficult to maintain our resolutions."
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