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Painfully Awkward and Awkardly Painful

Boys, I need to talk to you about the years of pain I have endured at the cost of your hands.
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Why Your Dirty Little Secret Should Be Celebrated

One of my favorite shows is “Entourage,” despite its depressingly poignant way of reminding me that all of the fancy luxuries in my life are lacking.
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How Our Generation’s Popular Music Fuels Promiscuity on the Dance Floor and in the Bedroom

“I got a feeling” that you have more than once been lured into a party by the pounding rhythms that make Isla Vista’s heart beat, danced until the stiff air made you sweat and found a rando to g...
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Pain, Pleather and Pleasure: Need We Say More?

Here’s the thing: I like to be spanked. Preferably to the point of intense pain.
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Pain, Pleather and Pleasure: Need We Say More?

Here’s the thing: I like to be spanked. Preferably to the point of intense pain.
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Former Editor Returns to Liberate UCSB’s Libido

Modern sexuality as we know and enjoy it is the result of — nay, an evolving process rooted in — a long history of repression.
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Relay For Life Runs Into its Sixth Year

Local do-gooders raised nearly $100,000 for the American Cancer Society this weekend by walking, running and jogging through the night for the 6th annual Relay for Life.
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Jerry Brown Cancels UCSB Visit

Gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown has cancelled today’s campaign stop at UCSB, but plans to visit the campus in mid-May.
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UCSB Employs Fewer Alumni

Although UCSB's campus planning departments traditionally hire many employees who have graduated from the university, the ailing job market is threatening to remove that opportunity for many soon-to-b...
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UC Seeks Inter-state Cash

In an effort to reel in extra financial compensation for the budget gap, UCSB officials are planning to admit additional out-of-state residents and international students.
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Pot Gets Judicial Support

The campaign to legalize marijuana received a valuable endorsement this weekend from a California Superior Court Judge.
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Worried About Your Side Mirrors?

With Halloween less than a fortnight away, county and university officials are busy preparing for Isla Vista's craziest night.
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UCSB Takes Loose Stand on Furlough Guidelines

Despite the system-wide furlough plan that explicitly forbids UC faculty from scheduling furlough days during instructional time, departments on campus are implementing a more flexible interpretation ...
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Cuts Spur Rally

Over 350 students, faculty and staff gathered in the Arbor yesterday to protest the UC's handling of its current financial crisis.
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Yudof Considers Pay Cuts, Furloughs

With the UC system facing a budget gap of $813 million, UCSB's financial future is up in the air.
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