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David Horowitz To Discuss Terrorism at Embarcadero

Following three weeks of controversy surrounding an advertisement placed in the Daily Nexus, occasional Fox News analyst David Horowitz will lecture tonight at UCSB.
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PIKE Boxing Event Supports SB Youth

With suspensions lifted, the annual Fight Night boxing expo returned with its traditional host and female presenters this past weekend, boasting a crowd of over 1,000 spectators.
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Speaker Addresses Jihad, Role of U.S. in the Middle East

Daniel Pipes, a New York Times News Service/Syndicate columnist and a former adviser to the Rudolph Giuliani presidential campaign, addressed a crowd of over 70 students last night in Embarcadero Hall...
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Unicycling Club Looks to Wheel in Recognition, Prepares for Competition

High in Santa Barbara's mountain trails, Jess Riegel aims his cycle down a boulder, tackles it successfully, and promptly faceplants into the brush.
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Future Gauchos Flock to UCSB to Tour Campus

Nearly 10,000 visitors -- including nervous mothers, energized fathers and bewildered prospective students -- gathered at UCSB on Saturday in what became one of the university's largest information se...
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EMT Program To Begin Hiring for Coming Year

UCSB's student emergency medical technicians are extremely tuned in to their jobs. In fact, Iris Gonzalez sleeps with her Motorola MTS2000 radio by her side.
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Influenza Feeds On Gaucho Shenanigans

Junior year at UCSB. Another year attending the best university in the country. Another year catching the flu Winter Quarter.
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Hebrew Word in Club’s Ad Upsets Jewish Students

An advertisement published in the Daily Nexus evoked controversy among some Jewish students and community members yesterday when it included a sacred Hebrew form of the word "God."
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V-Day Festival, Monologues To Educate Campus

Pussy cookies, T-shirts and jewelry making are part of the festivities of Vagina Day, which climaxes in Storke Plaza today.
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Rwanda Project Members Discuss Coffee-Bike

Hoping to solve the country's immense financial problems, one nonprofit organization is claiming it can help reboot Rwanda's economy with its coffee-bike.
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Anti-War Rally Intensifies After Arrests

With heavy police presence and two aircrafts hovering above UCSB, as many as five hundred anti-war protesters marched across campus yesterday, resulting in the arrest of three participants.
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Protesters To Rally Against War in Iraq

After covering the campus with signs reading "No more blood for oil" and "Last year... We took the 217. This year..." activists will attempt to top last year's massive anti-war protest today.
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Union Refuses University’s Wage Offer, Workers Protest Low Earnings

Demanding that the University of California supply more competitive wages, UCSB service workers representing over 500 employees rallied on campus yesterday following their union's rejection of the Uni...
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SB Hillel Hosts Israeli Consulate Lecturer

Although she once willingly chanted "Death to Israel, Death to America," Tabby Davoodi's words at UCSB last night were those of peace.
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Santa Barbara Music Scene Requires a Serious Tuneup

As another eerily similar weekend of debauchery and shenanigans passes us by in Isla Vista, I am reminded of a long-suppressed truth: The Santa Barbara music scene is lacking, in every sense of the wo...
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