I.V. CSD Officially Recognizes June as Pride Month and Local LGBTQ+ Activism Following Stonewall Riots

The resolution shares several examples of local LGBTQ+ activism following the Stonewall Riots, including the establishment of the Gay Liberation Front office at 900 Embarcadero Del Mar.
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Food Not Bombs Volunteers Gather at People’s Park To Support Houseless Residents

Food not Bombs volunteers and some I.V. residents came to People’s Park to make signs dissenting IVRPD’s decision, provide and eat food and more.
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IVRPD To Clear People’s Park and Evict Remaining Houseless Residents

People’s Park will be the fifth houseless encampment closed by IVRPD since last November. 
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The Malfeasance of the Modi Government in India

Julia Everson and Josephine Quock highlight the Indian government's wrongful imprisonment of Gokarakonda Naga Saibaba, pointing to a larger overall violation of human rights in India.
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Capitalism Will Die, It’s Up to Us to Choose How

Taylor Clark unpacks the ways in which capitalism continues to constrain American politics, arguing that it will continue to do so until we actively fight for change.
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Things About America That Just Don’t Make Sense

Athina Mihalopoulos reflects on her experience adapting to, new and often strange, American culture.
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Time To Get on the Right Track: Gauchos Take on Riverside in a Turnaround Series

The Gauchos have faced some stout pitching in their previous five losses, so look for the bats to wake up in the upcoming series
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Gauchos Win First-Ever Big West Championship Title in Successful Season

The Gauchos defeated Pepperdine 3-1 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament
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Gauchos Drop 3 out of 4 Versus UC Irvine

After a disappointing season series loss versus UC Irvine, the Gauchos fall a couple of games behind the Anteaters
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Olivia Rodrigo’s “SOUR” Rejects the Sweetness of Teenagehood

The album’s youthful sporadicness, raw honesty and emotional vulnerability certify Rodrigo’s status as one of Gen Z’s musical forerunners. 
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On This Day: The Beatles’ Escapism Through “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”

Prior to their 1970 disbandment, The Beatles refreshed their creative drive via the escapism central to their historical concept album, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.”
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Record Recap: The Best and Worst of Music in the Pandemic (So Far)

While this year may be one everyone wants to forget, these are some of the moments that will be remembered. 
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UCSB Researchers Uncover Pharmaceutical Potential in the Microbiota of Animal Digestive Tracts

From fungi within these animals, the researchers found a host of genes which encode for biosynthetic enzymes and in turn natural products. 
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Unlearning the “In-group Versus Out-group” Instinct

Liberman has been conducting research with the hope of understanding how parents can raise their children to avoid falling into the trap of stereotyping.
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New Evidence from Yucatán Caves Pour In, Suggesting Region Was Wetter Millennia Ago

The team learned this by examining the isotope composition of stalagmites, mounds of mineral deposits found on the floors of caves that grow upward as water drips from cave ceilings.
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Your Bike Wasn’t Stolen, It Left Because You Didn’t Treat It Right

“Hey, I’m at the Bike Boutique right now … Really has me thinking that you were always my Bike Boo. I should’ve been more willing to switch gears for you. I just wish we could backpedal and pi...
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Heartbroken By UCLA Rejection, Oprah Winfrey Agrees To Speak at UCSB

Last week, the Gaucho community received exciting news that Oprah Winfrey — entertainment tycoon and one of the nation’s wealthiest self-made women — would be speaking at UC Santa Barbara’s sp...
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I.V. Pregamers Thrilled by Reports That Downtown Is Literally On Fire Tonight

Isla Vistan pregamers are thrilled to hear that downtown Santa Barbara — famous for its bustling nightlife — is literally on fire tonight.
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In Photos | Protest to Stop Houseless Residents From Being Evicted From People’s Park

People at Isla Vista protest against this decision for the concern of housing rights.
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In Photos | UCSB Students and Activists Rallied, Demanding $900 Pandemic Relief Payments

A march demanding distribution of $900 checks to the UC Santa Barbara student body was held on the afternoon of May 8.
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In Photos | En Route to Immunity: Vaccination Efforts Across Santa Barbara County

Over the past few weeks, the Nexus has visited and captured the scene at several vaccination sites.
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Bibimbap

This colorful dish is known best for its harmonious, palate-satisfying combination of each ingredient.
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Purple Yam Tang Yuan

If you’re obsessed with boba and looking for a fun afternoon activity to do after finals, this recipe is perfect for you!
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Easy to Make Samosas

These easy-to-make samosas make for a great on-the-go snack for the busy college student
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