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Weekend Isla Vista Sale to Benefit Local Non-Profits

A UCSB project set up to help Isla Vista non-profits and community organizations through the sale of items donated by students will host a two-day sale this weekend.
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Staff Note Regarding List of Graduates’ Names

In the “My Baby’s Graduating!” section of the June 7, 2010 issue of the Daily Nexus, it was reported that a complete list of graduating seniors’ names would be published at dai...
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Social Host Ordinance Produces Unintended Consequences

The Social Host Ordinance, a countywide regulation that would impose civil penalties on residents that provide alcohol to minors, should not have passed in its present form.
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Turds & Tulips

Sprouting and hopeful tulips to the graduating class of 2010. Budget cuts and impacted classes don’t make for the best educational fertilizer, but you still pulled through. Congrats!
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Police Jail Group for Protesting

Eight UCSB students and a professor were arrested in downtown Santa Barbara on May 27th for staging a peaceful protest of anti-immigration policies.
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Studio Theatre Presents “The House of Barnarda Alba”

Last Friday night, the Studio Theatre hosted the opening performance of Frederico García Lorca’s “The House of Bernarda Alba.”
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Creativity Out to Pasture in Band of Horses’ New Album **

Critics who have accused Ben Bridwell and company of aimlessness might have something concrete to complain about on Band of Horses’ third LP, Infinite Arms.
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Film Fest is Reel Loud

At the 19th annual Reel Loud Film Festival, movies have the right to remain silent.
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Schwarzenegger Promises College Funding

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger promised to veto any state budget unless it includes the return of $848 million to public higher education.
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Small Firms Acquire Cash Stimulus for Green Tools

Two local businesses were awarded grants from the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act, Congresswoman Lois Capps announced yesterday. The two businesses, Dehlsen Associates, LLC of Carpinteria and...
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Academic Endorses Bills in Washington

UCSB professor Manuel Casas spoke before the United States Congress earlier this month on behalf of immigrant children. Casas, a professor emeritus of counseling, clinical and school psychology in the...
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Protesters Take Over Buildings

University of California students across the state broke into a frenzy of protests last week in response to the 32 percent tuition increase approved by the UC Board of Regents on Thursday. Demonstrati...
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SB Plunders Pot Producers

A record $720 million worth of marijuana was seized over the last year, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Dept. The Santa Barbara Narcotics Bureau discovered 22 illegal grow sites thro...
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Internment Vets To Be Honored by UCs

The University of California will grant honorary degrees to hundreds of students of Japanese ancestry who, during WWII, were seized from their studies at the UC and cast into internment camps. By awar...
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World Professors Join Forces in SB

Seven scholars from Canada, Korea, Spain and the Middle East have been awarded Fulbright grants to study and conduct research at UCSB during the 2009-10 school year. The researchers are funded by the ...
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