A.S. holds winter quarter special election

The candidates running for the position are Coleton Cristiani, Gabrielle Diaz and Sydney Kupsh.
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AAC&U launches new strategic plan for equity, innovation, excellence

UC Santa Barbara is among 851 institutional members of the American Association of College and Universities (AAC&U) worldwide.
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Voting opens for A.S. IVP special election; injunction places hold on results

The eligible candidates are Coleton Cristiani, Gabrielle Diaz and Sydney Kupsh.
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Monster: The ethics of true crime

Elizabeth Lee weighs the ethics of true crime media.
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Haute couture for everyone: democratizing high fashion through diversity

"As we move forward into a new era of high fashion, the industry should reposition itself as something for everyone and every body," writes Suryaansh Dongre.
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Editorial: The UC is a public institution. Why do staff and student needs continue to be unmet?

The UC as a whole has systematically failed its most integral and important members.
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Norris shows out at home as the Gauchos defeat the Roadrunners

The Gauchos caught fire against Cal State Bakersfield, forward Miles Norris provided the biggest impact scoring at will.
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UCSB women’s water polo starts season hot, winning 5 of 6 games at Winter Invite

The UCSB Women's water polo team impressed in their games taking care of business at their first tournament.
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NFL one seeds advance to host conference championships

The NFL conference championship games are set. Will Mahomes be superhuman per usual?
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For your next playlist: Overlooked albums from 2022

While some fantastic albums released in 2022 received the attention and praise they deserved, there were other 2022 album releases that simply flew under the radar last year. 
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In Review: Piecing together Netflix’s “Kaleidoscope”

In spite of its shortcomings, “Kaleidoscope” introduces a novel way of watching shows in the streaming era.
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What to see in theaters this winter

In 2022, theaters made a comeback from a two-year slump of moviegoing. Even after the pandemic was under control, and before it began, most people were reluctant to make the effort and the expenditure...
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Simply Stated: How Powerful is ChatGPT?

ChatGPT is foreign waters. There is a possibility for more school systems to regulate or even ban the use of the program. With how realistic the results are to human-made products, the differentiatio...
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Campus Point: New and Exciting Research at UCSB

A look at AI in ecology, sustainability in marine biotech, and love in an industrial world.
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“Implicit Bias in Healthcare:” A Webinar hosted by the Health Professions Association

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UC Santa Barbara’s Health Professions Association’s Inclusivity & Outreach Committee hosted a webinar to highlight implicit, unconscious and structural bias in healthcare, on Jan. 21.
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In Photos | The Experience of Studying Abroad in Europe

For some students, studying abroad represents an opportunity to enhance one’s experience within their major by studying it from a new perspective in a new country. However, for others, studying abro...
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In Photos | Downtown Sound: Carly Rae Jepsen at The Arlington Theatre

Garnering a crowd of all ages, concertgoers with a penchant for pop flocked to Carly Rae Jepsen’s stop along State Street at The Arlington Theatre. Jepsen sang in Santa Barbara for one night during ...
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In Photos | Stearns Wharf’s 150th Anniversary

The photos below capture some events from the 150th anniversary of the historic Santa Barbara landmark Stearns Wharf.
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Social media chefs are cooking up a storm

Whether or not viewers at home actually follow through with these chef's recipes, though, doesn’t matter — some are perfectly content with leaving it up to the experts. 
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Kuy Teav: A Cambodian noodle soup that will warm your heart

Cozy up with a bowl of kuy teav, a Khmer noodle soup resembling Vietnamese pho, but distinct enough to be its own separate dish.
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New restaurants, notable closures and food news in and around I.V.

The Daily Nexus On the Menu Team wants to ring in the new year by highlighting some recent changes in Santa Barbara’s restaurant scene.
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