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UCSB Private Donations Continue to Aid School Despite Public Funding Cuts

Private donations to UCSB hit a record high since 2000 this past year, more than tripling from $34 million during the 2010-11 academic year to $112 million in 2012. This year’s contributions increas...
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UCSB Honors Lady Ridley-Tree for Outstanding Philanthropy

Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree, Campaign for UC Santa Barbara Co-chair, recently became the 50th person to be granted UCSB honorary alumna status since the university’s induction into the UC system in 1944...
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Campus Groups Aim to Exceed Voter Registration Record Set by UCSB

n, the UCSB Voter Registration Volunteer Coalition is working with various campus groups in an effort to register 1,800 more voters by tonight’s 8 p.m. deadline. At the time of the last presidential...
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UCSB Hosts 40th Title IX Anniversary, Honoring Equality

In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the passage of Title IX — a law that prevents anyone’s exclusion from college educational and athletic programs on the basis of their gender and mandate...
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Prestigious World Universities List Gives High Marks to UCSB

British periodical Times Higher Education ranked UCSB as 35th of the 200 top universities in the world and 17th of all universities that provide degrees in engineering and technology. The rankings are...
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Congressional District Candidates To Discuss Community Issues on KEYT, Live Stream

Tonight, Santa Barbara news station KEYT and online news outlet Noozhawk will televise a live debate for the position of 24th Congressional District Representative, featuring incumbent Lois Capps and ...
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UCSB Researchers Offer Hope For Marine Life Conservation, Fisheries

In a report funded by the National Science Foundation, UCSB researchers Daniel Okamoto and Daniel Reed confirmed that adequate food supply increases reproduction and baby fish survival rates by up to ...
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TPS Raises On-Campus Parking Rates To Meet Budgetary Requirements

The UCSB Parking Ratepayers Board recently implemented a $1.50 increase in long-term parking rates on campus and a $1.00 hike to night and weekend fees as a result of financial constraints on Transpor...
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Flying Lotus Graces This Year’s Welcome Back Concert Stage

Renowned Los Angeles DJ Flying Lotus will per- form at Storke Plaza this Saturday night as the featured artist for this year’s annual Welcome Back Concert. The concert will rage from 9 p.m. to 11 p....
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Attias Released to Supervised Outpatient Facility

Eleven years after former UCSB student David Attias ran his car into an Isla Vista crowd killing four, Santa Barbara Judge Thomas Adams approved his petition to be released to an outpatient treatment ...
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Assistant Professor Recieves Presidential Science Award

Assistant Professor Receives Presidential Award Assistant Professor of physics Ania Bleszynski Jayich was honored with the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers by President Bar...
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Rec Sports Says Goodbye to One Influential Leader and His Legacy

UCSB Recreational Sports Director Paul Lee will officially retire on June 29 after 35 years of serving the campus and promoting what he called “the power of play.” Throughout his career, Lee creat...
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Bioengineers Construct Flexible, Polymer-Based Blood Platelets

UCSB researchers have discovered a new and more effective method of constructing synthetic platelets — the building blocks of blood that assist with clotting — with the help of collaborators at Sa...
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Nexus Meal Time

Summer time is fast approaching, marking the end of another — and for some, our last — year at UCSB. Earlier this quarter, the Daily Nexus editorial staff began deliberating on a final “project...
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Journalist To Recap Travels, Discuss Novel

Travel writer Pico Iyer will discuss his latest novel The Man Within My Head, which details his extraordinary worldwide quest to relive the experiences of English writer Graham Greene, at the Lobero T...
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