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Campus Dining Offers More Vegan Choices

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Veganism is trending in both the food industry and in student requests for more vegan options on the menu, and the dining commons have heeded the call.
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Career Fair To Bring SB Startups to UCSB

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The Entrepreneurs Association (EA) is hosting the first ever Startup Symposium Career Fair on May 4 from 1-4 p.m. in Corwin Pavilion.
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National News, International Spotlight

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A recap of this week's international and national happenings.
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How Girls Can Ease Their Morning After

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Allie Lebos shares some tips on how to make a potentially awkward morning a little more comfortable.
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Mental Health Awareness Month

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Dr. Ali Javanbakht takes on the issues surrounding mental health as Mental Health Awareness Month begins.
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Dangers of Self Diagnosis

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Anjalie Tandon shares her thoughts on the pitfalls of self diagnosis.
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Gauchos Win 17th Consecutive Home Game, 30th Win Overall

After an easy catch, Clay Fisher tosses the ball back to the pitcher. Dustin Harris / Daily Nexus

UCSB avenged an earlier loss to Pepperdine this season defeating them yesterday by a final tally of 4-3 for its 17th consecutive victory at Caesar Uyesaka Stadium.
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UCSB Looks To Extend Home Winning Streak Against Pepperdine

JJ Muno catches a ball after it bounced through the infield. Dustin Harris / Daily Nexus

The Gauchos will look to avenge its loss to Pepperdine earlier this season while also extending its school record of most consecutive home wins, currently at 16.
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Gauchos Remain Atop Big West, Win Back-to-Back Conf. Titles

Morgan Mays stands at the ready as Andrew Rimington serves. Dustin Harris / Daily Nexus

The UCSB men's tennis team secured its second consecutive Big West title over the weekend with its 4-1 victory over UC Irvine. Santa Barbara's season will continue with the NCAA Tournament beginning T...
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Views from the 805

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Although the album is arguably not Drake’s best work to date, Views offers Drake in his purest form, with peak vulnerability and comfort over extremely strong production.
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Khalil Almustafa Uses his Noodle, his Words

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Almustafa's transition between history and spoken word was so smooth that it took a second to realize it, his words melding into art so seamlessly. His style was eclectic, incorporating rap and singin...
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Bryan Stevenson Brings More than Just Mercy to Campbell

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Stevenson’s signature quote, “The opposite of poverty is not wealth; the opposite of poverty is justice,” was scrawled across the lecture screen. He went on to talk about how he thinks we can ch...
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Research Explores Marine Biodiversity In Coral Reefs

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Kimberly Selkoe, who has been investigating the genetic diversity of coral reefs across 13 Hawaiian Islands, published findings of a UCSB Marine Science Institute study on Wednesday.
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UCSB Leads Innovation for Interstellar Flight

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As private companies such as SpaceX begin launching efforts toward space exploration, UCSB has joined ranks with industry giants, now leading development for interstellar travel.
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UCSB Professor and Nobel Laureate Walter Kohn Passes Away at 93

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Walter Kohn, renowned Nobel Laureate and professor of physics, passed away at the age of 93 on Wednesday afternoon, leaving behind a legacy of excellence at UCSB.
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President Trump Implements Project to ‘Make Isla Vista Great Again’

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Local residents were graced with the presence of President Trump when he stopped as part of his multi-step program, “Make Isla Vista Great Again.”
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Lecture Survival Tips: How To Stay Awake in Class

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Soon you’ll be fending off so many stress dreams that you won’t even want to fall asleep!
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Broke Students Say ‘F*$& $500 GA passes,’ Hold Libchella on Davidson Lawn

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"I can’t event tell the difference between Libchella and the real thing when scrolling through my Instagram feed."
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In Photos: UCSB Alumni Weekend 2016

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UCSB alumni enjoy various events during this year’s Alumni Weekend. Photos by Francisco Barrera, John Clow and Jenny Luo 
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In Photos: 1st Annual Best Of Festival 2016

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Henna tattoos, cotton candy, caricatures, popcorn, poetry-to-go, photo booth, popsicles, face painting and more! Check out photos from the celebration of this year’s winners of the Daily Nexus ...
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In Photos: Holi 2016

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Over 1,200 students flocked to the beach near Anacapa and Santa Cruz residence halls to celebrate the Festival of Colors presented by UCSB Indus this year. Here's what happened.
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A Little ‘Taste of UCSB’

John Clow / Daily Nexus

"...if that was what post-college life looks like, then it is safe to say I cannot wait to graduate."
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Ike’s, Ike’s Baby!

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A newcomer to the I.V. food scene, Ike’s Place is already making a name for itself in our local community.
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Christmas in April: Buddy’s Bites

Kelli Filbin / Daily Nexus

"I will say that the preparation period was incredibly simple and, not to mention, TOTALLY FUN!"
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