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While sandwiches may seem like a customary lunch option, the grinder has had a drawn-out and impressive history with its unnatural ability to please both royalty and peasantry. The modern sandwich get...
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Gap Fire Crosses Firebreak

The hills above Goleta burned out of control for a third day today, and in a major setback, flames jumped West Camino Cielo, a roadway off Hwy 154 firefighters had hoped to use as a firebreak.
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Editor of County News Takes on Reins of Nexus

Holding journalistic standards higher than his own pants, third-year political science major David Ferry was elected as the Daily Nexus's newest editor in chief on Friday.
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Club Promotes Cultural Awareness

This year's Palestinian Awareness Week has not gone over as smoothly as some of its members would like.
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Eminent Attorney To Teach Class on Criminal Justice

Following the death of popular UCSB professor and Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Joseph Lodge, the political science department has now chosen a prominent criminal attorney to finish teaching his ...
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UCSB, Davis Await Clinton’s Payments

Nearly 80 days after Hillary Clinton first came to campus, the $11,112 owed from her campaign to UCSB has yet to be paid.
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Family, Friends Remember Sociology Student

Overlooking a sea cliff on the Santa Barbara Wilcox property, friends and family gathered earlier this week to hold a memorial service for UCSB student Ramona Shapiro.
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Protest Disrupts Campus Conference

Following Tuesday's anti-war rally, a planned second day of the 2008 Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies Army-Industry Collaboration Conference was cancelled.
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Researchers Investigate the Tau of Alzheimer’s

Dr. Kenneth Kosik wants a new way to take out the trash. One day, his research might find a way, and if it does, 4.5 million people with Alzheimer's disease in the United States will benefit.
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Gaucho Sharpshooter Posts New World Record

In the course of 60 intense seconds, Dan Loriaux broke a basketball world record - hitting 25 three pointers in just one minute. The undeclared UCSB freshman made the shots on video, beating the previ...
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Clinton Coverage: Delay, Rumors, Disorder Frustrate 3,600 Attendees

"I thought a fight was going to break out." First-year history of public policy major Kelsey Jones was one of the 1,200 or so students who were actually able to attend last night's Hillary Clinton s...
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Regents To Postpone Increase in Student Costs

The UC Regents met yesterday in Los Angeles for the third and final time this week, making the decision to postpone a possible raise in student fees until their March meeting.
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Third-Year Student Establishes UCSB Beer Club

Zach Rosen is not 21 years old, yet he forgot about his worries - and his strife - and went on to create The Beer Necessities campus brew club.
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UC Regents Increase Budget for Next School Year

The University of California Board of Regents wrapped up their third and final day of meetings yesterday at UC Los Angeles, officially submitting their 2008-09 budget to the state.
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Family, Friends To Memorialize Life of UCSB Student

Danny Riley rode his bicycle to class for the last time on Oct. 11.
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