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Not Too Late for Something Weird to Still Happen

Here we are in Week 10, and it just occurred to me that no big meteorological or geographical catastrophe has taken place.
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Coffee Spill in Harold Frank Hall Befouls Five Backpacks

In a press briefing early this morning, CSO Chief, Copson Robberts, confirmed the rumors that a total of five backpacks were destroyed in an unfortunate coffee accident in Harold Frank Hall’s main l...
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Looking to Get Stressed Out? Here Are Some Natural Disasters UCSB Could Maybe Face

Murphy’s Law states, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.”
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Close Quarters With Clayton: What Does It Really Mean To Be a Gaucho?

In this first edition of Close Quarters With Clayton, Stench correspondent Clayton Alexander explores how the student body really feels about our mascot, chancellor and more.
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Students in ESS Pre-major Prepare to Literally Jump Through Hoops

Students have been working diligently to gear up for this week’s final challenge.
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Summer Visitors Create Hell for Introverted Students on Campus

Incoming visitors from Family Vacation Center and various touring high schools have led to introverted UCSB students feeling as though their sanity is deteriorating, as they remember how glad they are...
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New Study Shows There Aren’t Plenty of Fish in the Sea

In a recent study published by UCSB’s Aquatics Research Department, research has concluded that there are, in fact, not plenty of fish in the sea.
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New Cheadle Hall Renovations Are Something to A-Door

Through a series of collaborative efforts spearheaded by a small committee composed of C.A.P.S. and other various campus faculty, Cheadle Hall was recently renovated as part of the campus’s new When...
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5 Good Places to Cry at UCSB

Here is a list of good public places to let loose a few tears ... you simp.
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Common Cold War: Students Weaponize Sickness, Bring Down Entire Dorm

"It's like being in a gang, man. When one of us gets sick, the whole building gets sick. It's a way of life."
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