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Campus Closes Book on La Cumbre

UCSB’s La Cumbre yearbook will publish its 91st and final edition this year after losing its reaffirmation and proposed new fee during last month’s Spring elections. The election results saw a 39 ...
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Yearbook Requests Additional Funding

The La Cumbre Yearbook is asking for students to pay $2.91 more per quarter in voter-approved lock-in fees, in hopes of keeping UCSB’s yearbook in publication. The increase would supplement the $0.8...
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UCSB Yearbook Seeks to Continue Printing

The La Cumbre yearbook is asking for students to pay $2.91 more per quarter in voter-approved lock-in fees in hopes of keeping UCSB’s yearbook in publication. The increase would supplement the $0.84...
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Community Assists Hungry Students

Associated Students began collecting donations earlier this week to provide non-perishable food and toiletries to students who skip meals to cut back on expenses.
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Screenings Feature Gutsy Feats

Death-defying mountain athletics will steal the screen during the second day of UCSB’s Arts & Lectures 35th annual Banff Mountain Film Festival.
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Tutorial Eases Aid Processes

Students struggling to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by the imminent deadline can use a new, seven-step tutorial to simplify the process.
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Interpol To Play for Students, Locals

Independent rock group Interpol will perform at the Thunderdome tonight at 8 p.m.
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Steve Aoki — Why?

UCSB alumnus Steve Aoki, founder of Dim Mak Records, played a show at Earl Warren Showgrounds last Sunday night.
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Groups Offer Tips for Holiday Safety

Some students appeared to be unconscious on campus yesterday, slumped on couches at bike roundabouts with plastic red cups in hand.
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Celebrity Activists to Visit UCSB

Kings of impersonation, Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum of the Yes Men will give a multimedia presentation in Campbell Hall tonight at 8 p.m.
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California Candidates To Face Off

Campus Democrats and College Republicans will host a televised broadcast of the debate between gubernatorial candidates Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman at the University Center Hub this evening.
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Art Outs Pilgrims’ Plight

UCSB’s Multicultural Center is hosting a new exhibition tonight, featuring artistic posters in an effort to unveil the struggles and prejudice immigrants have faced as they voyaged to America.
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