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Judge Reschedules Arraignment of Isla Vista Assault Case Suspects

A grand jury charged the defendants two weeks ago with various felony counts of kidnapping, administering an intoxicating agent and battery with serious bodily injury, and misdemeanor counts of sexual...
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What Does UCSB See in IV?

It's the appearance of the campus' oldest demon - Isla Vista - that keeps the school from the pantheon of ivy-covered, serious and high-minded universities.
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I Have a Gut-Instinct for Dinner

I'd be holding a knife, distastefully looking at the fish, trying to put it out of its misery quickly by stabbing it in the brain.
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Leg Council Debates Trustee Accounts

Students lined up outside the door Wednesday night to speak to Associated Students Legislative Council on behalf of its campus organizations.
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Strange Alchemy

Steve Giddings comes into his office most mornings and sits down at his desk with a piece of paper and a pencil. Then, he stares off into space.
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Armenian Group Fights for Genocide Recognition

On April 24, 1915, according to Armenians, the Turkish Ottoman Empire began a systematic genocide of Armenian people in Turkey. By 1922, 1.5 million people had died. In 2001, only one country in the w...
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UCSB Accepts Record Number of Applicants, Begins Efforts to Recruit Prospective Students

UCSB admitted a record 16,450 high school students out of 34,000 applicants for Fall Quarter 2001, and plans to enroll 3,700 of those students.
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A.S. Finance Board Allots $24,000 of Available Funds

Finance Board gave out over half its money in the three-hour meeting, leaving just over $16,000 available for the rest of Spring Quarter.
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UC Berkeley Rally Calls for Affirmative Action

Thousands of students filled Berkeley's Sproul Plaza on Thursday to call for the return of Affirmative Action in California.
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Environmental Group Helps Homeless, Local Shoreline

Alan Hunterman says he'd clean up the beach below Del Playa Drive whether he got paid or not.
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Conference Is Held in Honor of UCSB Physicist

The weekend meeting, called "Heterototic Dreams and Asymptotic Visions: The 60th Birthday Celebration for David Gross," featured speakers on topics such as black holes, string theory, M-theory and inf...
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UCSB Race Issues: Not Entirely Black and White

At an overwhelmingly liberal college like UCSB, outright displays of racism are rare. So, a series of incidents directed at two individuals in the residence halls during Spring Quarter 1999 moved the ...
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A.S. Leg Council To Back Week for Victims, Debate Voting Code Modification

Associated Students Legislative Council representatives will offer condolences to the victims of Friday's tragedy and call for a week of "reflection and remembrance," along with normal busin...
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Former Black Panther Party Leader Lectures on Activism in Corwin Pavilion

Last time Elaine Brown was in Santa Barbara, a bank burned down.
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UC President Questions Relevancy of SAT Test Requirement

University of California President Richard Atkinson recommended Sunday that the University stop using the SAT I, a standardized test taken last year by almost 2.5 million prospective students, as a ba...
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