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Let’s Get Together: UCSB Alumnus Creates New Matched-Interests App

Glimr Inc., a mobile application company founded by UCSB alumnus David Estrada, debuted a new app called Together last Friday, Feb. 21, targeting the UCSB student population exclusively.
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Union Pushes For Higher Staffing, Wages

In light of disagreements over bargaining rights, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 3299 is planning to hold a strike authorization vote from Feb. 11 to 13.
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Lopez’s Film Highlights Profiling

Students and faculty filled the MultiCultural Center Theatre yesterday night to hear a discussion led by Chicana playwright Josefina Lopez and watch her film Detained in the Desert.
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The Art of Social Activism

Renowned artist, current UC Davis professor and activist Malaquias Montoya gave a presentation last night at the MultiCultural Center Theater discussing his social activism-inspired artwork and giving...
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UC President Opposes ASA Israeli Boycott

UC President Janet Napolitano recently issued a statement rejecting the American Studies Association’s call for an academic boycott of Israel.
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Student Volunteers Collect Donations for A.S. Food Bank

The Community Affairs Board, Associated Students Food Bank and Manzanita Hall Council held a Donation Walk Saturday and yesterday afternoon, during which volunteers knocked on doors in Isla Vista and ...
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New Street Lights To Reduce Crime, Energy Costs

Third District Supervisor Doreen Farr, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown and County Public Works Director Scott McGolpin joined together in Pescadero Park for a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebr...
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Local Produce Showcased at All-Natural Farmers Market

UCSB’s first Gaucho Certified Farmers Market took place yesterday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., offering an array of fresh produce and baked goods from local farms for the consumption of students, staff a...
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