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UCSB Works With NASA, Cal Tech For Robotics Engineering Contest

UCSB engineers are currently participating in a competition hosted by the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Advance Research Projects Agency, commonly known as DARPA, which is searching for a rob...
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Health & Wellness Program Seeks Support for Services

UCSB Health & Wellness Program is requesting a lock-in fee of $7.13 per quarter for undergraduate and graduate students to support their services including Dog Therapy Day, free massages and HIV t...
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SB Offers Awesome Alternative to Coachella

This weekend, thousands will flock to Santa Barbara’s Live Oak Campgrounds for Lucidity — a three-day music festival featuring live music, including hip-hop duo Zion I — as well as art, workshop...
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Assemblyman Proposes Bill to Exempt Textbooks From State Sales Taxes

Assemblyman Tim Donnelly of the 33rd District of California has introduced the Textbook Tax Relief Act, Assembly Bill 479, which aims to exempt textbooks from any state sales tax in order to reduce th...
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Summer 2013 Will See New Bookstore In Downtown SB

Granada Books, the first Santa Barbara-based independent bookstore to open in 20 years, is slated to open its doors this June in a building next to the Granada Theater on State Street. Despite the fac...
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Student Group Holds Drag Show to Raise Funds for LGBTQIA Event

Last Thursday, the Queer Student Union hosted a drag show at the University Center Hub as an effort to raise money for the group to attend the 2013 Western Regional LGBTQIA College Conference. During ...
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Shatner Brings Santa Barbara Into His ‘World’

“Star Trek” and “Boston Legal” fans alike gathered Friday night at the Arlington Theatre to see William Shatner perform his one-man Broadway show: “Shatner’s World: We Just Live In It.” ...
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New Keystone Class Examines Immigrant Experiences

A newly offered senior capstone course at UCSB titled “Uncertainty Experiences Among Undocumented Immigrants in Santa Barbara County” explores the struggles implicit in the constant uncertainty ex...
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Goleta Skateboarding Movement Helps Create Interim Skate Park

The increasing popularity of skateboarding in Goleta, along with the efforts of the Goleta Skateboarding Movement, have led to the proposed design of a tempo- rary skate park in the city, which will b...
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Magic Lantern Screens Cult Classic Film, Hosts Director Q&A

UCSB Magic Lantern Films presented a screening of the romantic drama “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” last Friday at Isla Vista Theater, allowing student questions to be answered by the book’s ...
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Professor To Detail Errors in Apocalypse Predictions

Chicano studies professor Gerardo Aldana will host a lecture on the common errors and misinterpretations surrounding Mayan proposals of apocalypse tonight at the University Club. “The Mayan Apocalyp...
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Harbor Festival Spotlights Local Seafood, Activities, Live Music, Merchandise

Seafood lovers gathered at the Santa Barbara Harbor this past Saturday to celebrate the 11th annual Santa Barbara Harbor and Seafood Festival, which offered a wide array of fresh seafood, live music, ...
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