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Surf Report: Feb. 24 to 26

Pretty meh this weekend, but yaaah brah! No more rain!
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Ben Shapiro Packs Campbell Hall for Controversial Lecture

Conservative political commentator and author Ben Shapiro spoke at UC Santa Barbara on Tuesday for his event, “Lies, Prejudice, and Division: The Legacy of the #BLM Movement.”
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Rains Relieve Lake Cachuma, But We’re Not Out of the Water Yet

Lake Cachuma is at 42.5 percent capacity, up 24.5 percent from last week, according to a county report released Wednesday.
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Why The Bedroom is No Place for Pornstars

In this week's Wednesday Hump, Scarlet Serrano explains why the bedroom should be a place of self-acceptance.
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Disproving the ‘Barbie Effect’

Komal Surani contends that Barbie's high-level professions matter more than her purported problems regarding body-image.
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Trump’s Mainstream Media Accountability Survey: A Desperate Attempt to Shape Public Opinion

Brian Wheat criticizes President Trump's recent attempt at gauging the public's attitude toward mainstream media.
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Gauchos Doomed By Several Errors in 4-1 Loss Versus St. Mary’s

The Gauchos three-game winning streak was snapped after several miscues led to their close loss at home.
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Gauchos’ Joyous Streak Ended, Split Pair of Matches

Despite earning its third consecutive win over the University of San Francisco, the UCSB men's tennis had its momentous play ended its a narrow 4-3 loss to No. 4 Cal.
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After Weekend Sweep, Gauchos Look Ahead to Saint Mary’s

Able to patch things up in its home opener over the week, currently on a three-game winning streak, the UCSB baseball team will host St. Mary's for a weekday matchup.
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KCSB: The Station Behind the Fun-Drive

KCSB’s goal isn’t just to provide entertainment, but also to provide training in radio, educational outlets and community unification.
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Kamasi Washington is a Jazz Legend in the Making

Deep bonds formed through trust, friendship and family make better jazz than anything that the most talented strangers could create.
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Postmodern Jukebox Brings Charm to Arlington

The stage lit up with a flaming, passionate red, and the musicians of Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) took the stage in their first-ever show in Santa Barbara.
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UCSB Alumna Drinks to UTI Prevention

Her solution is Uqora, a preventative UTI drink mix that you can mix with water when you need it.
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Ocean Model Prompts Absorption Analysis

With the Earth's rising temperatures, carbon dioxide levels have increased which could affect the ocean circulation cycle. Researchers from UCSB dive deep to find out the effects of increased carbon d...
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Proteins May Determine Disease Progression

One of the most fundamental rules in the field of cell biology is structure determines function. It is the idea that the shape of something can ultimately redefine its activity, causing it to operate ...
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Sorority Sally “Distraught” After Beyoncé Drops Out of Coachella

I feel like someone stuck their hand in my CHEST and RIPPED OUT MY HEART.
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UCSB Pro-Nazi Meninists Feel Oppressed by Campus Liberals

After the inauguration of President Donald Trump, UCSB pro-Nazi meninists claim to have been targeted by on-campus anti-Trump and anti-racism protests.
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Spirit of Andrew Jackson visits President Trump with New Domestic Policy Proposals

A recent tweet released by President Trump made mention of a “huge historical inspiration” from a good friend he “would’ve done business with.”
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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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Food For Freedom Fair Highlights

A recap of the gloomy weathered yet positive messages of the Food for Freedom Fair
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Let’s Hang at Lao Wang

We crossed the basics taking photos in Pardall Tunnel and emerged into I.V., unprepared for what came next. Out of the darkness was a new light in the I.V. food scene: Lao Wang Asian Street Food Resta...
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Spend the Day at the Summerland Beach Café

On The Menu writer Natasha Tandler reviews one of her UCSB bucket list destinations, Summerland Beach Café.
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