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Event Urges Support of Equal Rights Bill

Sporting a crowd of nearly 70 people and a special musical guest appearance by Showtime series star Daniela Sea of "The L Word," activists rallied in Storke Plaza yesterday to support equal employment...
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Theater Design Concentration Puts Spotlight on Students

Although "behind the scenes" has become a cliché for many professions in the production realm, UCSB's Theater & Dance Dept. offers students a hands-on opportunity to participate in the design asp...
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Anchor Speaks to Packed Campbell Hall

Appearing at UCSB on Sunday, former "NBC Nightly News" anchor Tom Brokaw said baby boomers are the "most tight-assed parents in history."
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Serving With the Surfriders

0500 hours: The lights of the first platoon barracks illuminate the room, still dark from the past evening. Cadets struggle to come to their senses because it is only 20 minutes until first formation ...
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University, Former Students Honor Professor During 100th Birthday Party

UCSB's oldest professor celebrated his 100th birthday with two days of festivities earlier this week honoring his achievements in his field.
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Students See Fines, Lawsuits for File-Sharing

Thirteen UCSB students using file-sharing networks on campus are now facing potential lawsuits in a rejuvenated effort by the music industry to crackdown on piracy.
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New Solar Technology Garners Praise for Professor

UCSB physics professor and Nobel Laureate Alan Heeger produced a "bright" invention this past summer - the world's most affordable and efficient organic solar panel.
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UCSF Police Arrest Protesting Students

Ten students protesting UC co-management of nuclear weapons labs were detained by law enforcement yesterday at a UC Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco after refusing to disperse.
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Malnutrition Hospitalizes Demonstrator

One of the hunger strikers protesting University of California management of nuclear labs was taken to the emergency room Saturday after four days without solid foods.
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Students Go On Hunger Strike to Protest Weapons

Chanting "UC Nuclear Free" as they marched toward Cheadle Hall yesterday, about 80 people protested the University of California's ties to nuclear research and weapons development, eventually leaving ...
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Queer Pride Week Vows To Celebrate at Mock Wedding

The campus has been vibrantly spattered with multicolor flags and rainbow-painted posts this week, symbols that vibrantly announce the 17th annual Queer Pride Week 2007, themed "raising our voices in ...
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Health Care Invention Wins Science Fair

Medical technology took the forefront at this year's New Venture Competition at UCSB, with prizes totaling $33,000 going to three student groups that developed devices for use by doctors and hospitals...
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CSO To Proceed With Impoundment of Bikes

The Community Service Organization has begun seizure of illegally parked bicycles once again, marking the end of a two-week grace period.
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Contest Finalists Display Inventions

Technology became strictly business Wednesday, as aspiring student entrepreneurs faced off in the semifinals of UCSB's Eighth Annual New Venture Competition.
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Class Needs Funds To Raise Curtain

Twelve years after its inception, the Dramatic Arts Theatre Management class will lose its founder, and theater students may lose a chance to fully produce a play.
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