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Faculty Earn Grants for Scientific Research

Materials Science Fellow Materials science and chemical engineer- ing professor Edward Kramer earned fellow- ship into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences last week for his work analyzing the pr...
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Regents Set New Date to Discuss Administration

Amid growing demonstrations against fee hikes across UC campuses, the Board of Regents announced that it will hold its postponed meeting, originally scheduled for last week, via teleconference on Nov....
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LGBT Film Festival Celebrates 20th Year

OUTrageous: The Santa Barbara Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Film Festival is celebrating 20 years of queer cinematography with a four-day event featuring world premiers, shorts and app...
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UCSB Alumna Nominated for Screenwriting Award

The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation named UCSB alumna Cameron Lund one of five finalists in its 56th annual Samuel Goldwyn Writing Awards contest for rising screenplay writers last week. The Foundation sele...
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Volunteers Clean SB County Coast

Volunteers from Santa Barbara County removed over 6,180 pounds of garbage last Saturday throughout the region’s beaches as part of the International and California Coastal Cleanup Day. The Californi...
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Dating Site Plays Matchmaker Within Campus Communities

Looking for a college sweetheart? Log in to DateMySchool.com, a dating website created by Columbia University students Balazs Alexa and Jean Meyer that matches students across departments within the s...
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UCen To Change Dining Options

The UCen dining facilities will undergo major renovations this summer to replace several familiar establishments with new vendors.
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405 Closure Prompts Preparation

Several state and local public safety and transportation officials issued a press release last week urging drivers to prepare for the closure of a 10-mile segment of Interstate 405 between July 15 and...
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Court Resumes Lee Trial After No Contest Plea

Joe Lee, former UCSB Associated Students on-campus representative, will make his second court appearance today after pleading no contest to several charges during his May 18 preliminary hearings.
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Festival Showcases Groundbreaking Art

The 25th annual “I Madonnari” Italian Street Painting Festival featured 150 large scale artworks last weekend at the Santa Barbara Mission plaza in celebration of local artistic talent.
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UC Health Center Appoints Executive Director

The UC Center for Health Quality and Innovation elected registered nurse and health attorney Terry Leach as its first executive director last Wednesday. Leach, who earned a bachelor’s degree in nurs...
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Silent Student Film Screening Gets Reel Loud

UCSB’s 20th annual Reel Loud Silent Film Festival took place in front of a sold-out crowd in Campbell Hall last Friday, showcasing silent student productions shot on 16mm film accompanied by live mu...
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Police Release Description of Wanted I.V. Murder Suspect

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Dept. provided a description of a possible suspect in connection with the death of Vincent Velasquez, a 26-year old Santa Barbara resident who was fatally stabbed ...
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KCSB Director Declares Intent To Join Election

KCSB radio station’s News Director Cathy Murillo recently stepped down from her position after deciding to run for a seat on the Santa Barbara City Council.
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Government Briefs

Santa Barbara City Council will review the city’s third quarter budget as of March 31 for the fiscal year of 2011. The council will listen to the Finance Committee’s recommendation to approve $850...
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