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DoE Honcho Visits UCSB, Shares on Sustainability

Steven Koonin, undersecretary of science for the U.S. Department of Energy, offered an insider's take on the United States' recent progress towards a more globally-sustainable future at a lecture that...
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Greenhouses Await Grants, Repairs

UCSB's greenhouses, like most campus entities, are suffering due to the university's lack of green.
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UC Scholar Holds Class Amid Fight for Survival

UCSB professor William Freudenburg has always garnered strength from teaching students and working with colleagues, and even today as he battles cancer, he continues to inform and inspire the campus.
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A.S. Discusses Stipends

The Associated Students Legislative Council kept its meeting uncharacteristically short last night.
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Administrator Visits A.S. Meeting

The longest Associated Students Legislative Council meeting of the quarter featured discussion on issues ranging from finances to football.
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Committee Convenes to Debate Tuition Hike

A 32 percent fee increase is on the table at today's UC Board of Regents meeting.
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Republicans Procure Extra Rove Visit Funds

Emotions ran high among members of Associated Student's Legislative Council last night when the majority voted to award College Republicans nearly $3,000 on top of the $10,000 the conservative campus ...
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Universities Compete for Rock Show

Say it ain't so -- UCSB currently ranks just third in a college contest that will give the winning school a free Weezer concert and up to $25,000.
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QSU Recognizes Mixed Victory

Students gathered near UCSB's Storke Plaza last night in reaction to legislation passed in Maine and Washington State regarding same sex marriage.
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Professor Disproves Long-Believed Theory

UCSB anthropology professor Michael Gurven has discovered that chronic inflammation may not be an indicator of cardiovascular disease -- a discovery that contradicts currently accepted medical researc...
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A.S. Attempts to Ease ESS Concerns

The Associated Students Legislative Council discussed topics ranging from the efforts to save the Exercise and Sports Science Dept. to the campus wide teach-in during last night's meeting.
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Bren School To Gain New Head

The Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management has chosen UCSB professor Steven Gaines as their new dean.
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Stimulus To Aid Research

Select UCSB programs will feel a slight reprieve from the budget crunch thanks to $36 million in grants awarded to researchers through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
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Club To Show Erotic Film

The erotic film "Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge" - which prides itself on being the most expensive adult film produced to date - is expected to blow students' minds tonight with loads of seamen and a...
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ROTC Tests Students

Students clambered under wires and vaulted over obstacles as they competed for bragging rights and charity at the Second Annual ROTC Gauntlet this weekend.
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