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I.V. Surfrider Hosts Philanthropic Surf Competition

The competition had been postponed for two weeks due to lack of swell, but this week’s dropping tide provided surfable waves.
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Surf Report: Mar. 10 to 12

Now, I will say, the surf is not as bad as last week — but that doesn’t mean it's good.
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Suspended Student Sues to Return to School

According to a letter from Doe’s lawyer addressed to the Regents and the Office of the Chancellor at UCSB, the university has suspended Doe indefinitely since the end of August despite not having ch...
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Trump is Finally Silent, but Why Now?

Madeline Ewer discusses the recent rash of threats against the Jewish community and wonders when Trump will take a stance against them.
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Oscar Uriel Escobar: Putting a Face Behind the Voice of the Voiceless

Andrew McMaster provides an in-depth profile of fellow Gaucho and activist Oscar Uriel Escobar.
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The Role of Jewish Spaces

David Rubinstein discusses the importance of searching for meaning in Judaism and creating Jewish spaces in an increasingly tumultuous world.
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UCSB Hosts Harvard After Loss at No. 11 Pepperdine

After having their three-game winning streak snapped, the Gauchos will look get a victory at home this weekend.
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Gauchos Dominate First Three Games of Gaucho Classic I, Drop Final Two Against Northern Colorado

After going 3-2 during the first installment of the Gaucho Classic, the UCSB Softball team is now even on the year with a 12-12 overall record.
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No. 15 Gauchos Eyeing Win Against Unranked Concordia University

The Gauchos take on the Eagles on Wednesday night in Rob Gym at 7 p.m.
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Mr. Burns Confounds, But Entertains Audience

Overall, I found myself lost and confused during the majority of the entertaining, humorous, obscure play.
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Cancer, Grief and Video Games

Between the two screens sit a box of tissues and a picture frame of Green holding Joel: his son, the video game’s star and a 4-year-old diagnosed with brain cancer.
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Rising Duo Joyzu Bring Bright Sounds to SB

While witnessing Joyzu play live at M8TRX nightclub, the one thing that stood out most was the joy they shared on stage, which their stage name aptly foreshadows.
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UCSB Researchers Find Cliff Erosion Due to El Niño

As homes on cliffs are becoming more vulnerable to erosion following storms, researchers explain that erosion will be common as storms get worse.
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Scent Trumps Attraction When Searching For a Mate

UCSB biologist reveals that choosing the ideal insect mate is a combination of looks and smell.
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Researchers Analyze Vision and Attention after Exercise

It is known that exercise has numerous benefits to both mental and physical health, the question is what kind of exercise is more beneficial: low intensity or high intensity exercise.
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“My Body, My Feet” Movements Aims to End Unwanted Footsy

On Sunday afternoon, a group of impassioned students forewent their studies in favor of chanting “My body! My feet!” while marching in and around Davidson Library.
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Girl Wearing Makeup to 8 a.m. Final is Better Than You

“I thought there was this kinda unspoken agreement that we would all look like trash for the week as a community-strengthening thing”.
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5 Most Romantic Spaces in the Library

Are you afraid the love of your life might slip away because all you can think about are blue books and essay prompts? Have no fear! Nexustentialism is here to save your unraveling relationships.
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In Photos: 32nd Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Held in various venues across downtown Santa Barbara, this year’s Santa Barbara International Film Festival was one for the books. Groundbreaking works such as ‘Loving’, ‘Moonl...
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In Photos: Women’s March Takes on Los Angeles

Laverne Cox, Miley Cyrus, and Barbara Streisand were a few of the many celebrities who made speeches, though the intense crows made it impossible for most to see or hear. These protests were held on e...
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In Photos: Trump Inauguration Walkout

Nearly 500 students gathered at Campbell Hall on Friday to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States. Students were joined by faculty, residents of Isla Vista,...
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A Surprisingly Delicious Twist on a Mexican Classic

It's always good to switch classic recipes up, even if you're not expecting them to turn out well.
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Editor’s Picks

Nine tips to make you feel like a star in the kitchen.
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Coming Up! Blaze Celebrates 3.14159 Day

Get the slice on the upcoming event at Blaze Pizza
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