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Getting To Know North of Nine

Artsweek reporter Heeba Kaleem sat down with Guthy and guitarist Michael O’Grady to get the scoop on the band’s origins, hair obsessions and what it’s like to work under a manager like Randy Jac...
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Pop Punk Band To Play Velvet Jones

Hailing from Walnut Creek, California, The Story So Far have quickly gained lots of attention in the pop punk scene. The band, formed in 2007 and composed of Parker Cannon (vocals), Kevin Geyer (guita...
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UCSB Committee Elects Former Dean as New EVC

Former Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts in the College of Letters and Science David Marshall was appointed as UCSB’s next Executive Vice Chancellor Sept. 10.
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UCSB Committee Elects Former Dean as New EVC

Former Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts in the College of Letters and Science David Marshall was appointed as UCSB’s next Executive Vice Chancellor Sept. 10. Marshall replaces Professor of Geography...
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Anti-Fracking Student Organization Promotes Ballot Initiative

Students Against Fracking will celebrate a recent initiative placed on the November ballot to ban fracking in Santa Barbara County in an event called “An Afternoon Against Fracking” this Saturday ...
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Sex Talk Covers Consent, Ethics, Law

Former World Health Organization advisor and UCLA professor Paul R. Abramson spoke about the individual sexual rights of children and adults Monday night at Harold Frank Hall.
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Indus Hosts Annual South Asian Cultural Show

Several Asian cultural performance groups shared the stage at Campbell Hall on Saturday to perform during “Visions,” Indus club’s free annual event.
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Prolific Music Director, UCSB Alum Speaks at Pollock Theater

The Department of Film & Media Studies brought acclaimed music video director Wayne Isham to Pollock Theater on Saturday night to discuss the tricks of the trade.
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Cool Off This Weekend With Chilla Vista

This year’s free annual Chilla Vista festival will bring together local bands and artists for an afternoon of music, free food and various activities Saturday afternoon, May 3, at Perfect Park.
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Dr. Seuss-Themed Earth Week Continues

In celebration of Earth Day, the Environmental Affairs Board is currently hosting Earth Week, a week-long string of events to educate community members about and promote increased involvement in envir...
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Senior Book Staff Proposes New Fee Initiative

The Senior Book staff introduced a new fee initiative of $2.68 on this year’s election ballot to help alleviate the Senior Book production costs and allow senior students to take free on-campus port...
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Weeklong Event Brings Philippines To UCSB

Every day this week, students will have the opportunity to get a taste of traditions and culture from the Philippines by participating in Pilipin@ Visibility Week, sponsored by UCSB’s Kapatirang Pil...
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Professor Wins Award, Grant

Biochemistry assistant professor Irene Chen has recently been selected for the Searle Scholar Award, an annual prize given to just 15 scholars nationwide, making Chen the third faculty member at UCSB ...
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Professor Receives Fellowship

Mechanical engineering professor Kimberly Turner was recently elected a Fellow of the prestigious American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), becoming the sixth professor from UCSB to receive the...
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Central Coast Groups Seek Answers to Homelessness

The Social Ventures Partners of Santa Barbara and the Central Coast Collaborative on Homelessness (C3H) will host a free event, Homelessness Action Summit, next Monday to discuss solutions to homeless...
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