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Street Parades Mark Holiday

The Santa Barbara community will host a number of events honoring military veterans this Wednesday, Nov. 11. The series of celebrations begins tomorrow with ceremonies and musical performances, culmin...
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The implementation of trayless dining at campus dining commons has significantly cut back on the average amount of food waste produced this quarter — in some instances by more than half. Last school...
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UCPD Chooses Qualified Chief

After an intensive search, UCSB’s Police Dept. announced the appointment of Dustin Olson as chief of police yesterday. Olson will replace former Chief of Police Bill Bean, who has served UCPD for th...
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San Diego Police Arrest Former A.S. President

In a throwback to the assault charges he received while attending UCSB, former Associated Student president Cervin Morris was arrested at San Diego State University earlier this month for suspicion of...
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Inoculations Reach At-Risk Residents

Santa Barbara County has received a limited number of H1N1 vaccines for high risk residents. According to the Public Health Dept., the 4,400 vaccines will be available for pregnant women and children ...
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County Aids Pharmacy Costs

In an effort to lower the cost of prescription medica¬tions, Santa Barbara County is now offering residents a discounted drug card.
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Post Grads Teach High Schoolers

A new UCSB program offers high school students the opportunity to attend a cutting edge science education program on campus.
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I.V. Beach To Fill With Floaters

The first weekend of the quarter is always a busy one, and this quarter will be no exception with both Floatopia and the annual Isla Vista Joint Rolling Contest on the schedule. Hundreds of students a...
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SB Nets Big Win Against Riverside

The UCSB men's soccer team snapped its three-game conference losing streak by trouncing UC Riverside in the rain on Saturday night at Harder Stadium.
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#5 Gauchos Blow ‘Bly’ Cal Poly at Mustang Stadium

The #5 UCSB men's soccer team continued to dominate Big West competition last night after the Gauchos dismantled central coast rival Cal Poly 3-1 at Mustang Stadium.
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Athletic Department Boasts Top Honors

The Gauchos won two of the five championships in the fall, with men's soccer and women's volleyball taking home first-place finishes. Both the men's and women's basketball teams won the Big West durin...
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Author To Relate Islamic, U.S. Culture

People looking to establish a connection between their lives in Santa Barbara and war in the Middle East are invited to a lecture by essayist and journalist Pico Iyer on Wednesday. The lecture is sche...
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Men’s Tennis: Trojans Break UCSB’s Postseason Run

The UCSB men's tennis team ended its season on a bittersweet note on Saturday, falling to #21 USC in the first round of the NCAA Regionals at UCLA's Los Angeles Tennis Center. The Trojans gained momen...
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Regents Wait to Vote on Tuition Hike

The UC Regents have postponed the vote on increasing student fees until they know more about the state budget. The regents were scheduled to vote on a proposal this week that would increase student tu...
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Weekend Accidents Keep Fire Dept. Busy

Four people were injured Friday afternoon when their car flipped over and rolled off Highway 1 just south of Highway 246. The Santa Barbara County Fire Dept. and engines from the Lompoc Fire Dept. res...
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