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Associated Students Legislation Productivity Faces Partisan Issues

The Associate Students Legislative Council struggled to overcome party divisions as they passed a total of two bills and approved four action items in last night’s meeting.
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Death of UCSB Student Stuns Friends and Family

UCSB student Andee Banrasavong died on May 5 in her home in Goleta. She was 22 years old.
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Teams Run Around Clock for Funds to Fight Cancer

Hundreds of UCSB students and community members will take to the track today at 10 a.m. to combat cancer with the sixth annual Relay for Life.
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Ecological Program Celebrates 40 Year Mark

The UCSB Environmental Studies Program, which was created in the wake of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, is turning 40 this weekend with a three-day celebration starting today.
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UC Implements Admissions Waitlist

With its largest applicant pool ever, the University of California instituted a waitlist for the first time in its history this year, offering more than 10,000 students a spot on the list.
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Campus Group Participates in Model League

UCSB's Model Arab League team racked up a number of awards at a major regional competition last Saturday.
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A.S. Candidates Speak to Public, Debate Issues

Candidates for two Associated Students executive offices took the stage yesterday to discuss their campaign platforms.
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A.S. Candidates Speak to Public, Debate Issues

Candidates for two Associated Students executive offices took the stage yesterday to discuss their campaign platforms.
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Warning System Utilizes Facebook

In an effort to improve its effectiveness, the often criticized UCSB Alert System is increasing its networking skills with the help of Facebook.
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Campus Assesses Seismic Hazards

A number of UCSB buildings are at risk of collapse or severe damage should an earthquake occur, according to a recent study.
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Concert To Benefit Charity

Musicians Matthew Santos and Chris Gelbuda will be performing tonight in the Hub to raise funds for the Musicians Making a Difference organization.
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A.S. Funds Project to Protect Coast

The Associated Students Coastal Fund has allocated $50,000 for the construction of a stairway and path leading to the Campus Point bluffs.
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Accident Takes Life of Former UCSB Student

Family, friends and fellow surfers are mourning the death of UCSB alumnus Stephen Schafer, who was killed less than two weeks ago in a fatal shark attack.
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Campus Performance To Benefit Haitians

UCSB's Haiti Relief Concert will feature popular local artists tonight from 9 p.m. to midnight in Storke Plaza to fundraise for the victims of the recent tragedy.
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Professor Accuses UK Paper of Misquoting

A British journalist recently quoted UCSB psychology professor Aaron Sell as saying that blonde women are more warlike than others. There's one problem, however -- Sell says the article and all quotes...
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