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Chilla Vista Showcases Local Art

Hula-hooping, tie-dye wearing revelers rocked Isla Vista's fifth annual Chilla Vista festival yesterday.
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Putting a Price on Taste

At a time when the economy is devoid of the promise of a speedy recovery and conservative spending habits have overruled the prior spendthrift of the American public, the comforts of an elaborate and ...
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Dalai Lama Enlightens UCSB

"The 20th century has been the century of violence. The 21st century should be the century of dialogue."
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Officials Groan as Floatopia Two Draws Near

With Floatopia 2 on the horizon, campus and county officials are cringing at the prospect of dealing with the fallout from another ballooning beachside celebration.
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Budget Woes Limit Admissions

Admission to one of the UC's nine undergraduate campuses proved more difficult this year, according to statistics released by the University of California Office of the President yesterday.
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UCSB Economists Depart for CLU Offer

Bill Watkins will leave his post as Executive Director of the UCSB's Economic Forecast Project this spring.
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Deficit Leaves UC to Confront Tight Budget

With the recently approved state budget slashing even more funding from the University of California - and aid from the economic stimulus package still unknown - UCSB administrators aren't sure how th...
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Pardall Tunnel Skaters Pay Up

Pardall Tunnel is officially off-limits to skateboarders following a push by campus police and the administration to curtail skateboard related accidents.
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Protesters Rally Against Bail Decision

More than 50 student activists and community members marched in protest of the $3 million bail set for the killer of Oscar Grant yesterday.
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With Cuts on the Horizon, UCSB Braces Itself

As UC-wide budget cuts begin taking root at UCSB, departments and student services are bracing for the $16 million shortfall.
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Court To Rule On Aid Law

Later this year, the California Supreme Court will decide the financial future of undocumented students.
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SB Students Dominate Snow Fest

UCSB's Ski and Snowboard Club took home their fourth consecutive All-Cal Cup this winter break, trouncing a field of competitors from six UC campuses.
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Veterans War Against Gay Policy

In response to a decade of research released by UCSB, over 100 retired United States military leaders have drafted a petition to repeal the armed forces' "don't ask, don't tell" policy
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Local Dies of Causes Unknown

UCSB student and Santa Barbara native Walker Jameson Price died on Oct. 30. He was 19.
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He Said, She Said: Night vs. Day Drinking

Thursday is the only day of the week I can go to class with a smile on my face. The sun will be shining, the children will be gallivanting and, without fail, a night of shenanigans will ensue.
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