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Monologues Document Experiences of the Undocumented

Over 80 students gathered in the MultiCultural Center lounge for a spoken word event on immigrant experiences Tuesday evening.
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Sexual Assault Reports Up in I.V.

It is unknown what exactly has prompted the increase, but the issue has been at the center of Associated Students’ elections platforms and the recent sexual assault sit-in on May 3 and 4 in Cheadle ...
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Farewell, Holly

Jim Morrison's fabled muse for "The Crystal Ship," Platform Holly, will soon disappear as Venoco, Inc. has filed for bankruptcy.
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The Politics of Veganism

Sebastianne Kent discusses the detriments to over-politicizing diet, and why an all or nothing approach to veganism makes it less widely accessible.
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Why the UC System Should Divest from Fossil Fuels: a Response to Nathan Prisco

Emily Williams responds to an article published yesterday on why UC should divest from fossil fuels, with a point by point counter on why she believes the UC system should divest, as a symbolic gestur...
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Why UCSB Should Not Divest From Fossil Fuels

Graduate student Nathan Prisco weighs in on the issue of the University's divestment from fossil fuels.
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Work Hard Play Hard: Kayte’s Journey Beyond College Life and Basketball Stardom at UCSB

Kayte Christensen will be honored at 2017 Santa Barbara Court of Champions, but her journey to becoming one of best athletes/human being in general to come from the UCSB program has been a very tellin...
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Changing the Culture: How Mays Helped Shape an Elite Tennis Program

Although the UCSB men's tennis team had its 2016-17 campaign recently ended, the impact of team captain and senior Morgan Mays will forever be etched in the program's return to dominance in the Big We...
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Ball Is Life. But Could LaVar Be Detrimental to Lonzo’s NBA Career?

Once again, LaVar Ball broke the Internet this week and it's about time that our Sports Co-Editor provides his take on the role the father play's as his son Lonzo prepares for the NBA Draft.
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The Friday Review: This Old Dog by Mac Demarco

Mac’s attitude toward love has evolved as well. Rather than his past approach of charming the listener into a false fantasy of love, here he has been through enough of it to have a better understand...
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Extravaganza ’17 Coming to Harder Stadium Sunday

UCSB’s A.S. Program Board will hold its 38th annual Extravaganza festival this Sunday at Harder Stadium all day, from 1-7 p.m., with headliners Schoolboy Q, Tinashe and GRiZ.
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Beloved Cartoon ‘Samurai Jack’ Comes and Goes

The show made its long-awaited return in March. But the show’s return is also indicative of a current trend in the television landscape: the appeal to nostalgia.
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Psychology Professor Honored for Lifetime of Contributions

The research of applied psychologist Richard Mayer lies at the intersection of cognition, instruction and technology.
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Conservation Efforts To Improve Public Health

Ecologists collaborate on the relationships of conservation, biodiversity and infectious diseases in communities.
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Physicist Measures Small-Scale Fluctuations in Cosmic Web

Joseph Hennawi, an associate professor in the physics department at UCSB, has identified a pair or quasars in close proximity to one another. This allowed him and his team to the cosmic web on a much ...
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Extravaganza Mistaken for ‘Extra’ Festival

A portion of students misinterpreted the name of “Extravaganza,” UCSB’s annual music festival, as something entirely different
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U.S. Interferes in North Carrillo Lunch

Chaos ensued last week when a local office for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration booked Carillo’s Mountainview Room for a staff meeting.
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Tinder Name Ideas for UCSB Cyclists

A double-entendre homage to UCSB’s two main activities: dating and cycling.
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In Photos: TASA’s 12th Annual Night Market

In case you missed the TASA festival here's some food to make your mouth water
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In Photos: A.S. Election Results 2017

Campus United swept the 2017 Associated Students elections, winning 16 of 25 A.S. Senate seats and four of five executive seats.
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In Photos: Celeblaze with Us

Isla Vista gets in the 4/20 holiday spirit
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Glowing Up Green Tastes Pretty Mean

Green smoothies: so gross yet so good for you.
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Another Reason to Love Using Your Crockpot

Try this new way to cook your enchiladas.
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What Kind of Food Are You Feeling Today?

What your body is craving says a lot about what you're doing.
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