(Olive Garden copycat) Chicken gnocchi soup: The ultimate rainy day recipe

Made in one pot in under an hour, this recipe takes less time than driving to the nearest Olive Garden in Oxnard!
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Spice up your breakfast rotation with shakshuka!

There’s nothing homier than the lively, sweet aroma of this gorgeous dish.
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Kick off Soup Season with a Cozy Bowl of Broccoli Soup

The next time you finish a long day of classes and bike rides in the cold, warm yourself up with a cozy blanket and a cup of broccoli soup!
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Goleta Lemon Festival: A Celebration of More than Citrus

Though advertised as a celebration of citrus, the event better reflected an end-of-summer celebration of all things Goleta: local produce, businesses, music and community. 
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Steve Scott Invitational Provides Success for Gauchos

The Gauchos truly rose to the occasion, coming home with 9 new marks to add to UCSB’s top 10 performances of all time as well as dozens of personal records. With the Big West Track & Field Champions...
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Plant-Based/Keto Ice Cream: A History and Review

I encourage you to give plant-based and/or keto ice creams a try — with dozens of brands and flavors on the market, you’re bound to find one you love.
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A Refreshing Springtime Pasta Salad

With heatwave after heatwave rolling through Isla Vista, it’s time to put warm winter dishes to the side. Save yourself some sweat and try out this super easy, chilled pasta salad instead. 
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UCSB Hosts First Track and Field Meet of the Year

UC Santa Barbara hosted its first outdoor track and field meet in two years, in which they excelled. The meet included a full heptathlon and decathlon, with the main meet on March 11, the UCSB Invite,...
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Irrationally Good Chocolate Pie

While Pi Day might be a cause to practice geometric proofs, it gives my family an excuse to make our most craved dessert: chocolate pie. 
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Five Years Later, USA Women’s Soccer Wins Equal Pay

Yet, the U.S. women’s national team persisted, filing an appeal in 2021 that eventually found its way back to court. Despite years of denial, the U.S. Soccer Federation agreed last week to pay $24 m...
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Women’s Track and Field Team Has Solid Outing at Don Kirby Elite Invitational

The big event of the weekend was redshirt sophomore Morgan Simon’s performance in the pole vault. With a vault of 3.82 meters, or 12 feet 6.25 inches, Simon surpassed the previous UCSB school record...
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Two Recipes for Mardi Gras

Celebrate Mardi Gras with wallet-friendly versions of festive recipes!
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Three Protein-full Recipes

Upgrade your breakfasts with some of these high-protein recipes!
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UCSB Women’s Track and Field Team Impresses at Opening Meet

The UCSB women had a strong showing with standouts in every event. Senior Gabby Sanchez threw a personal best in weight throw — 15.96 meters — placing her in second overall. Freshman Jessica Boyd ...
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Successful End of the Season Finish

Leading the men once again was fifth-year Nick Randazzo, who came off his second-place finish at Big West Conference Championships with vengeance. His time of 30:15.6 in the 10K landed him in 20th pla...
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