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Details Magazine Defames Asians, Gays

I was extremely sickened by this month's issue of Details magazine. In the April 2004 issue, author Whitney McNally writes a nasty article about Asian men with a title that reads "Gay or Asian?".
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Christian Groups Unite to Hold Praise Night in Storke Plaza

People from several UCSB Christian groups and community churches will gather in front of Storke Plaza at 7 p.m. for the fourth "As One" praise night, an event for Evangelical Christians to unite in pr...
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Father of Columbine Victim Lectures

Darrell Scott received a standing ovation after giving a presentation of his daughter's life, Rachel Joy Scott - one of 12 victims killed at Columbine High School in 1999. Scott spoke to a packed hous...
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I.V. Churches Observe Ash Wednesday

An on-campus prayer service marking the beginning of the Lenten season will take place at noon today on the outdoor platform between the UCen and the lagoon.
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Researcher Finds His Place Among The Cults

A UC Santa Barbara researcher has found a lot of different people who have found a lot of different gods.
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UCSB Hillel To Host Hawaiian Valentine’s Event for All Faiths

UCSB Hillel is holding its third annual Valentine's Day event, the Kosher Love Luau, tonight at 7:30 at the Hillel building in Isla Vista. The event will feature singles-night dating games, a mock "Di...
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Ship Hosts UCSB Students for Marine Geology Research

Studying the San Clemente Basin in a book is one thing. Studying it on a ship is something else entirely. The students lived at sea for five days and mapped an area of the basin where a hole appears t...
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March Salutes Lives, Work of King, Kennedy

The sixth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Silent March began in front of Cheadle Hall where between 80 and 100 marchers showed up to silently reflect upon the life of Dr. King and pay respect to the...
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Survey to Assess I. V. Landlords

Students, staff and faculty will be able to rate their landlords beginning Jan. 21 on the ASLRC's Online Landlord/Management Company Evaluation system.
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Cowardice and Immaturity Are the Only Motives for Hate

I am writing this article on behalf of my Asian-American colleagues who were affected by the hate incident that occurred Oct. 10 in the San Nicolas Residence Hall. I am glad that the Daily Nexus cover...
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Survey Studies UC Students’ College Goals

The more affluent students are, the more they tend to party, according to preliminary results from a UC-wide undergraduate survey.
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No One Is Laughing at Racist Abercrombie & Fitch Shirts

As an Asian-American, I was pretty pissed off when I read the recent articles on Abercrombie & Fitch featuring negative, stereotypical images of Asians on their new line of T-shirts.
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Gevirtz Receives Grant for Summer Youth Enrichment

The research center was recently awarded a $600,000 grant by the Whittier/Godric Family Foundation to develop an innovative and informal education program, The Youth Enrichment Adventure.
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IVRPD Provides Alcohol-Free Alternative

There are alternatives to the often seen ritual of dressing in next to nothing and trying to score as your self-perceived alter ego parades down Del Playa Drive.
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Candidates Bring Spring Debates to Conclusion

Five Associated Students presidential candidates faced off in the UCen Hub on Friday for a half-hour debate that was cut short because of a fire drill.
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