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Horse Housing Facility at UCSB May Be Bucked

The UC Santa Barbara Horse Boarding Facility faces closure within the next 10 years in accordance to the UCSB Long Range Development Plan (LRDP).
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The Goings-On in Isla Vista This Week

This week's Vista Point includes challah baking, "Not My President's Day" march downtown and KCSB's 55th anniversary.
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Lobbyists Melt I.C.E. in Jails

The Central Coast Immigrant Rights Coalition and UC Santa Barbara Lobby Corps have been lobbying the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office to remove Immigration and Customs Enforcement from county j...
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Protect Your Community, Petition for DACA

Parry Dong urges you to lend your support to Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
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Young Guns: The Issue with Gun Fanaticism

Zach Morgan wonders about the fad of gun enthusiasm that has overtaken many young conservatives.
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Long-distance, Quicky, Busy Sex: Finding Time for Intimacy in a Hectic, Long-Distance Relationship

Scarlet Serrano explores the options for getting some action with your significant other while in a long distance relationship.
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Geno Auriemma and UCONN Women’s Basketball: A Dynasty Built on the Tradition of Success

The UConn women's basketball team has been a staple of success under the tenure of coach Auriemma capped off by possibly its biggest accomplishment, 100-straight victories.
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Gauchos Back On Road Following Subpar Season Opening Weekend

Following its underwhelming start to the season, the UCSB softball team will be back in action this weekend in hopes of reaching the .500 or above mark as it will face Nebraska-Omaha, Pacific, and Fre...
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Gauchos Prepare for Saturday Doubleheader, End Weekend at Fresno St.

The UCSB women's tennis team will be on the road for its next five matches looking to pick up some much needed wins.
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Grammys Pay Tribute to Past and Present

No matter how small an artist starts, they can reach the height of their craft.
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Yuja Wang and Company Take Granada By Storm

The audience filed back in and the two virtuosos re-emerged, Kavakos unchanged and Wang now draped in a slinky, subdued green evening dress.
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‘Vagina Monologues’ Showcase Verses in Feminism

The muses guided the crowd through a vocal exercise in repeating the word “vagina” over and over, attempting to diffuse tension and set the Monologues’ theme of promoting familiarity and comfort...
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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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The Bigger the Predator, the Safer the Kelp

Kelp forests play several essential roles that aid in maintaining a thriving marine ecosystem. These roles range from sheltering smaller fish species from the vicious ocean predators that lurk in open...
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Turbulence Mixes Up Particles and Physicists

Hearing the word “turbulence” evokes images of bumpy airplane rides and stormy nights. While it does make passengers and potential air travelers nervous, the physics behind it is yet to be complet...
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Ask Eggbert: An Advice Column

UCSB’s Resident Alien Answers Your Burning Questions
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Third-Year Student Takes Over Philosophy 127 After Professor Fails to Show

“It was 4:07 and the professor wasn’t there,” he said. “I couldn’t take the silence so I just started talking.”
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Girl Scout Cookies: What You Need to Know

Be an informed buyer this Girl Scout Cookie season.
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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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How Much Do You Lose When You Snooze?

That few extra minutes of sleep is actually costing you way more than you think!
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A Very Inebriated Brewhouse Brunch

"There wasn’t a second when our glasses were even half-empty or she wasn’t checking to make sure everything was just right."
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Fight Food Insecurity at Anisq’Oyo’ Park

An inside look at the upcoming event: The Food for Freedom Fair
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