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Flash Mob To Encourage Solidarity

The Student-Worker Coalition for UC Statewide Action will organize a flash mob this Friday, in support of the UC employee union-led demand for better worker compensation for UC service and patient car...
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My Lunch With a War Criminal

A bougie luncheon leaves one editor feeling ripped off.
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Award-Winning Journalist Sheds Light on Violence in Haiti

Acclaimed journalist and global women’s rights activist Anne-christine d’Adesky spoke about the realities and misconceptions of gender-based sexual violence in post-quake Haiti yesterday at the St...
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Nonprofit Holds Music Festival in SB

More than 100 local bands and music industry speakers congregated in Downtown Santa Barbara this past weekend at the New Noise Santa Barbara Music Conference & Festival.
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UC Regent Addresses Administration Concerns

UC Regent and UCSB alum George Kieffer met with students Thursday to discuss hot button UC issues such as Board of Regents meeting locations, the student-Regent disconnect, online classes, cuts to sta...
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Westmont College Hosts Seaside Luncheon with Former Secretary of State Kissinger

Former Secretary of State and political scientist Henry Kissinger came to a seaside luncheon at Santa Barbara’s Coral Casino to speak about topics ranging from international relations with Syria to ...
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UCSB Employees Publicly Oppose Updates to University of California Medical Plan

UCSB staff and faculty members are joining together on a petition in protest of a recent UC-wide employee health insurance overhaul that could bar many university employees from visiting Santa Barbara...
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Questioning Napolitano’s Policies

New President Meets With Students in Sacramento to Discuss Needs and Interests of Undocumented Members of the UC Community.
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Office of Financial Aid Assures That Students Most Likely Not to Be Effected by Federal Shutdown

In light of the recent government shutdown, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships announced Tuesday there will most likely “not be a negative impact on educational services and financial aid ...
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Local Artists Depict Isla Vista in Mural Outside Giovanni’s

Urban Art Workshop — a collaboration between Isla Vista artists, students and landlords — will celebrate its new mural this Monday with an evening of food and fun. The Isla Vista-themed artwork i...
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UC Regents Green Light Plans to Fix UC Mansion

The UC Board of Regents approved plans to renovate the university-owned Blake House, a 10-acre property in Kensington, CA, for repairs that could cost from $3.5 million to $6 million.
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UCSB: A Party School?

Amidst controversial holidays like Deltopia or Isla Vista’s infamous Halloween celebrations, which has attracted thousands of college-aged party-goers for decades, UCSB has been ranked the Number Tw...
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Seasoned Politician Nominated as UC President

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary and former Governor of Arizona Janet Napolitano was recently nominated to serve as the 20th president of the University of California. If approved by the...
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Hearing System Improves Campbell’s Accessibility

After years of struggling with the sound quality of many UCSB lecture halls, students who are hard of hearing can now enjoy a clearer, more understandable listening experience with the recent installa...
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Regents Student Nominee Hopes to Bring Reform

The University Board of Regents’ special committee has nominated UC Berkeley fourth-year social welfare major Sadia Saifuddin to be the student regent for the 2014-15 school year. Previously a senat...
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