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UC May Extend Military Employees’ Supplement

University of California employees that have been called to or volunteered for active military service may have to worry about defending their country, but they don't have to worry about pay.
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California’s ‘Greenest’ Building To Open on Campus in Jaunary

The new building will include a lab wing, a central courtyard, faculty/staff offices and teaching rooms. Research conducted in the building will include experiments in hydrology, theoretical ecology a...
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Friends, Family Mourn Loss of UCSB Lecturer

On Friday, April 14, students, friends and family gathered in memory of the 42-year-old Murray at the RecCen Garden Court. Murray died in an auto accident along Highway 154 on March 20.
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UC, CSU Take Legal Action Against Energy Company

The University of California and California State University have jointly filed a preliminary injunction to prevent Enron Energy Services, Inc. from allegedly altering a contract signed in 1998.
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UCSB Sues for Cost of SAASB’s Faulty Design

Citing nearly a half million dollars lost to repairs, the university is taking action against an architectural firm in Los Angeles.
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Local Group Raises Funds to Aid Indian Disaster Relief

The India Association of Santa Barbara launched a relief effort to raise money and awareness at UCSB for the 500,000 Indian Earthquake survivors.
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UCSB Strives to Improve Electrical Effeciency During Power Alerts

The UC system consumes enough electricity per hour during peak usage to power over 300,000 homes for the same amount of time.
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Students Screen Documentary to Commemorate WTO Protest

One year ago, world leaders gathered in Seattle for the World Trade Organization (WTO) conference. With the leaders, came approximately 50,000 demonstrators, who not only protested the global organiza...
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