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The Thursday Gnar: Get Off the Couch and Pick a Road, Any Road

Spring Break came and went. Did you spend it well? Did you milk it for all it was worth, suckling its sweet nectar until every drop was gone? Of course you didn't. You went home, you sat on your ass f...
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The Wednesday Gnar

"Epic" - by far the most overused word in the world of surfers and surf stories. Surfers drop the E-bomb at a frightening frequency to describe their most insane rides from years ago, or even their od...
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State Senator Advocates EAP Israel Renewal

In spite of the State Dept.'s continuing travel warnings, students and a state senator have increased their efforts to end the University of California Education Abroad Program's five-year freeze on s...
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Gossip Web Site Angers Readers, Raises Questions

Ten sorority presidents do not want you to go to JuicyCampus.com.
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Campus Political Groups Hold Debate

The second annual Campus Democrats vs. College Republicans debate was waged in an overflowing Isla Vista Theatre 2 last night - spectators were even turned away after the event exceeded its maximum ca...
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Baby Groms Hit the Waves

When I got to the beach on Sunday morning after what can only be called a nap - three hours a night is not recommended...
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Professors Analyze Attractive Body Type

A recent study may have shed light into the science of attraction, as a UCSB professor and his colleague have found a connection between biology and why the hourglass figure is often considered so app...
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CalPIRG Pushes to Increase Pledges

Hoping to raise funds for a myriad of issues, such as cheaper textbooks and high-speed rail from L.A. to the Bay Area, the California Public Interest Research Group is soliciting donations at UCSB for...
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Surfing Brings Fire Victims Solace

This October, during the Southern California wildfires, surfers evacuated their homes to everyone's favorite evacuation zone: the beach.
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Non-Native Wasps Inhibit Growth of Dangerous Reed

An invasive giant reed plaguing ecologically important areas in the United States may find itself buzzing off, thanks to the discovery of a wasp in the Santa Barbara area.
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Goin’ Old School With Your Boards

Change can be good and, in some cases, completely necessary. This is not one of those cases.
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Campus Groups Table at Annual Faire

Whether seeking to protect livestock from hungry burger eaters or just trying to locate lost girlfriends, UCSB students found what they were looking for yesterday at the 23rd Annual Activities Fair in...
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