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Renowned Surf Film Celebrates Cultural Connection to Nature

Director Adam Pesce’s documentary “Splinters,” which follows the journey of four surfers as they compete for the title of best surfer in Papua New Guinea’s first ever national surfing contest,...
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Compost Crusade To Hit Campus

The UCSB Associated Students Recycling Committee is adding six compost bins to recycling receptacles across campus next quarter to divert a larger portion of the university’s food waste. The Compost...
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Granada Hosts Malkovich’s Dark Comedy

UCSB’s Arts & Lectures will unveil the West Coast premiere of “The Infernal Comedy: Confessions of a Serial Killer,” starring John Malkovich, tonight at 8 p.m. in Santa Barbara’s Granada T...
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UCSB To Select Future Public Affairs Official

A Search Advisory Committee is looking for the new Associate Vice Chancellor for Public Affairs following the departure of former AVC Paul Desruisseaux last spring. Executive Dean of the College of Le...
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University Recognition

NSCS Students Earn National Award The National Society of Collegiate Scholars UCSB chapter received a Silver Star Status award at the NSCS 2011 Convention in June for the program’s commitment to the...
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Insurance Hikes Fees, Expands Health Coverage

Beginning Sept. 18, all UC students will fall under a newly restructured Student Health Insurance Plan. The new program will cost $300 more per year for undergraduates but now includes dental coverage...
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UCSB Professor Reveals New Findings on Universe Expansion

UCSB adjunct professor of physics Andy Howell published an article in the research journal Nature Communications last month detailing the scientific community’s knowledge of Type Ia supernovas.
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UC Schools Attract More Students

The University of California Office of the President issued a statement last month announcing that 39,989 of the 76,682 Fall 2011 freshman applicants admitted system-wide submitted a Statement of Inte...
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Exhibit Examines Bible Evolution

The Davidson Library Dept. of Special Collections is hosting a new exhibit featuring 19 Bibles in various languages dating from the 13th to 17th centuries.
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Campus Closes Book on La Cumbre

UCSB’s La Cumbre yearbook will publish its 91st and final edition this year after losing its reaffirmation and proposed new fee during last month’s Spring elections. The election results saw a 39 ...
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KCSB To Broadcast Al Jazeera English

KCSB 91.9 FM is broadcasting international news channel Al Jazeera English twice a week this quarter to expand its current program. The university’s radio station will relay the 24-hour coverage on ...
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Fees Return for Approval, Crowd Ballot

Various campus programs and organizations are asking for the reaffirmation of 31 separate lock-in fees totaling to about $552 per year in the upcoming Spring Election. All referenda were approved in p...
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Student Paper Plagued by Prank

The Associated Students-sponsored newspaper The Bottom Line has suffered a recent series of vandalism at distribution bins around campus.
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Athletics To Target Prejudice

The first annual Queer Games kicks off on campus with an opening ceremony tomorrow at 5 p.m. in the MultiCultural Center Theatre.
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New Antioch University President Joins Faculty

Antioch University Santa Barbara will welcome its new president in a ceremony at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History tomorrow at 2 p.m.
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