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Survey To Evaluate UC Students’ Experiences

To help improve student services, a group of University of California researchers are once again conducting a systemwide survey about undergraduates' lifestyles, demographics and opinions about their ...
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UCSB Opens New Nanotechnology Center

Several scholars gathered in the Engineering Science Building last night for the public launch of the UCSB Center for Nanotechnology in Society - a national education and research base. The CNS is fun...
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Islands | Return to the Sea | Equator Records

It is not everyday that the dead return to life. Yet despite the "surprise" demise of obscure indie rockers the Unicorns in early 2005, band members Nick Diamonds and J'aime Tambour are once again rev...
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UCSA Asks for Hiked Lock-in Fee

In addition to the four other initiatives included on this year's spring election ballot, the University of California Student Association is requesting a $2 lock-in fee increase, which would bring th...
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French Journalist To Give Talk About Anti-Semitism

French journalist, author, filmmaker and philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy, widely known as BHL, will deliver a free lecture tonight in Campbell Hall entitled "The Resurgence of Anti-Semitism in Europe."
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Leg Council Delays Fee Increases

In a meeting that ended in closed session, Associated Students Legislative Council announced a major breakthrough concerning financial aid and approved a position paper supporting affordable education...
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Leggies Lift Moratorium on Lock-In Fees

Last night, Associated Students Legislative Council lifted a four-year moratorium against placing new A.S. lock-in fee initiatives on the campus-wide election ballot without a student-backed petition.
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Lightning Strikes Station Antenna

Last weekend's storms brought an unexpected shock to KCSB-FM 91.9 employees, after a lightning bolt destroyed the on-campus radio station's receiving antenna. KCSB Chief Engineer Bryan Brown said the ...
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UC Approves Contract With Clerical Staff

Wage negotiations between the University of California and its clerical workers came to a close Thursday after the University ratified a new contract with the Coalition of University Employees (CUE).
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Board Rejects Funding Requisitions

The Associated Students Finance Board continued its budget hearings last night, but was unable to fund any student groups due to its lack of money.
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Abrupt Resignation and Removal Shake Legislative Council

Associated Students lost two of its leaders last night, as External Vice President of Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) Felicia Cruz resigned her position, and the A.S. Legislative Council voted to remove sit...
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Board Funds Five Student Groups

The Associated Students Finance Board allocated its final $1,282.41 for Winter Quarter and discussed the annual budgets of two dozen A.S. entities at its meeting last night.
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Leg Council Reviews Funding Changes Within UC System

The Associated Students Legislative Council voted unanimously last night to extend the due date for A.S. budget proposals, discussed issues related to the upcoming election and heard the plans of a ne...
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Leg Council Adapts Framework Changes for Nearing Election

The Associated Students Legislative Council endorsed a new draft of its constitution last night to present at the upcoming A.S. Constitutional Convention.
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Board Funds Legislative Conference

The Associated Students Finance Board distributed the remainder of its general funds for Winter Quarter last night while allocating $1,000 to the same United States Student Association (USSA) event th...
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