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Cafeteria Caters to the Environment

UC Santa Barbara dining halls have saved over $100,000 since fall 2009 through the use of sustainable practices..
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Haiti Relief Efforts Grow

UCSB graduate student Nicolás Pascal’s philanthropic efforts have expanded beyond California’s border with the help of the University of California Haiti Initiative.
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Dormitory Shopping Service Sweetens Resident Life

A new online grocery and care package delivery service is seeking to ease students’ transition to dorm life.
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UC-China Union Gets Research Donation

UCSB’s transnational research partnership with China has received an additional $1.5 million in funding from the National Science Foundation.
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UCSB Climbs Academic Rankings

UCSB’s numbers continue to reach record-breaking heights on top academic rankings.
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Group Continues Relief for Haiti

After making significant contributions to Haitian scholarship for years, UCSB’s Center for Black Studies Research was named the new headquarters of the UC Haiti Initiative.
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Campus Art Exhibit Hosts Guests

Seven graduate students from across the country will showcase their artwork in a Master of Fine Arts show at the UCSB Art Museum from today until June 20, as part of a “Visual Spectrum” exhibition...
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Green Chef Contest Lets Students Showcase Culinary Skills

Sustainably minded UCSB students will be channeling their inner “Iron Chef” tonight while competing in the quarterly Green Chef contest, a student-run sustainable cook-off.
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Dining Al Fresco

Aah, the great outdoors… outdoor dining that is. Is there any better way to celebrate the California sunshine?
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Author Explores Radical Islam at Campbell Today

Award-winning scholar Ian Buruma will deliver a free lecture on the interplay between radical religion and politics tonight at 8 p.m. in Campbell Hall.
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UCSB Musicians To Hit Egypt’s Concert Circuit

The Middle East Ensemble at UCSB will embark on a journey to Egypt this July to perform a series of concerts across the country.
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Proposal Promotes Mental Health

Counseling Services is asking students to support an increase in fees in an effort to maintain its quality of services.
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Proposal Promotes Mental Health

Counseling Services is asking students to support an increase in fees in an effort to maintain its quality of services.
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Campus Services Bring “Meatless Mondays” to Dining Commons

The Environmental Affairs Board and members from Real Food Challenge have teamed up with campus dining services in an effort to reduce the cafeterias' environmental and ecological impact.
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Bikeless Vie for Deals on Used Wheels

Anyone who's ever eyed a bike at the Community Service Organization impound lot can bid on the two-wheeler of their dreams at an auction today from 12 to 2 p.m.
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