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Campus Groups Address Major Events

Campus groups including the Associated Students and the Office of Student Life met this week to plan and discuss major upcoming UCSB community events. During spring quarter Isla Vista and campus see s...
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Spring Forward for Daylight Savings

Time will spring forward an hour for daylight savings on March 13. Just in case you thought you were on top of your finals, the time change means that all clocks should be set forward one hour on Satu...
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UC Budget Cuts Spur Action

Following organized protests from over 400 University of California students — including 40 from UCSB — who lobbied in the capitol last weekend against statewide cuts to higher education, UC Berke...
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Scholars To Voice Views on Marriage Institution

Thee UCSB Feminist Studies department will continue its “Critical Issues in America” lecture series with “Queer Perspectives on Marriage: Intimacy beyond Marriage” next ...
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Capps To Face New Opponent in 2012 Election

Former California Lieutenant Governor Abel Maldonado declared his intention last week to run in the 2012 elections against 23rd District Representative Lois Capps.
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Cal Economist To Talk Immigration

UC Berkeley professor David Card will discuss economic theories on immigration tonight at UCSB’s Corwin Pavilion as part of the annual Carl Snyder memorial lecture series.
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Rent Control Case Reaches High Court

In an ongoing debate about rent control legislation on his Goleta property, Rancho Mobile Home Estates, real estate mogul Daniel Guggenheim is attempting to carry his case to the United States Supreme...
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Fair Educates Students on Ethical Consumerism

UCSB’s Associated Students Human Rights Board will host its first Fair Trade Fair today at 11 a.m. on the Student Resource Building’s lawn.
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Marijuana Dispensary Gets Smoked

Santa Barbara’s oldest medical marijuana dispensary may close its doors after the Santa Barbara City Planning Committee denied its appeal to continue operations earlier thi...
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Youth Club To Reopen Alternative Events Venue

The Living Room club met last night to establish a new venue for various musical performances throughout the year.
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Student Scholars Band Together

The Honors Association, a new campus club, aims to help students in the College of Letters & Science Honors Program better interact and collaborate with each other.
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Arts & Lectures Hosts Creator of ‘Mad Men’

Matthew Weiner, creator and executive producer of the AMC series “Mad Men,” will host a lecture this Sunday at 3 p.m. at Santa Barbara’s Granada Theatre.
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Palin, Cheney To Honor Reagan

Former Vice President Dick Cheney and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin will deliver speeches this weekend at The Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara in honor of the late President Ronald Reagan’s 100th ...
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Ranch Decision Postponed

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors debated the fate of the controversial Naples Ranch development at yesterday’s regularly scheduled meeting, but ultimately postponed any final decisions ...
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SB Students Train for Scholarship Marathon

Personal trainer Jenny Schatzle kicked off her free campus workout series yesterday at noon.
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