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Where Campus and County Meet: UCSB Students Do More Than Drugs

UCSB students are involved in all aspects of Santa Barbara County through jobs, internships and volunteering, though many times the more negative contributions - crime and partying - receive more atte...
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UCSB Press Council Picks New Nexus Editor in Chief

With cigar in mouth and Georgia Peach in hand, Brendan Buhler is ready to "up the megatonnage of the Nexus" as the 2002-03 editor in chief.
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Two Students Face Felony Drug Charges

The first of two UCSB graduate students suspected of conspiring to manufacture, possess, and sell Ecstasy (MDMA) was arraigned Friday in the Santa Barbara Superior Court.
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D.A. Expects to Charge 2 Grad Students

The Santa Barbara County District Attorney expects to file felony charges today against two graduate students in the Chemistry Dept. for possession of an illegal substance suspected to be Ecstasy.
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S.A.C. Sweeps A.S. Elections

The Student Action Coalition rode a record turnout in to a complete sweep in the candidate elections, taking all four executive offices and winning every one of the 23 seats it contested.
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Coming to a Head

From dealing with an influx of college applicants to changes in affirmative action to running their own respective industries, these UC Regents are busy. Frequently, too busy to answer the phone.
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Regents Pick Cordova as New Riverside Chancellor

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UC System Lead Plaintiff in Lawsuit Against Enron

The U.S. District Court named the University of California lead plaintiff in the class action lawsuit against senior executives of the Enron Corporation and the accounting firm of Arthur Andersen LLP.
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UCSB Briefs

Researchers Find Climate Change Alters Vegetation Recent research of the fossil record shows the perennial evolution of tree species will change the compositions of forests across the world and coinci...
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Davis Appoints Regent

Gov. Gray Davis appointed Chair and CEO of Saban Capital Group Haim Saban - producer of the "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" - to the highest legislative body of the UC system, the UC Board of Regents, ...
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Plans for UC Merced Need Regents Approval

Two regent committees recommended approval of several key planning and development items for the new UC Merced campus, scheduled to open in fall 2004, during the University of California Board of Rege...
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UCSB Cuts Available Parking

Parking services restricted 218 parking spaces previously available to C permit holders - mostly students - to staff (S) and faculty (A) permit holders during Winter Break.
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UCSB Looks for a Good Parking Spot

With the construction of new buildings on top of existing parking lots, UCSB needs to decide how to create new spaces, conserve existing spaces or decrease the need for parking.
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We Need to Stop Encouraging the ‘Women as Objects’ Mentality

Maybe if the small portion of our population that has brought so much physical and mental anguish to such a wide audience had imagined their acts being brought upon someone close to them, they would h...
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Author Discusses U.S., Middle East Relations

"We are all humans and we all have our weaknesses. The weakness the U.S. has in the Middle East is called a double standard," said internationally published author Giandomenico Picco
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