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Environmental Group To Host Fundraiser For Education Efforts

The locally founded program Environmental Education for the Next Generation will hold its first annual Investing in Our Youth Gala and Auction from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. this Sunday at Chase Palm Park Plaz...
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Holi Celebration To Debut

This Saturday, the UCSB Indus organization will host a celebration in honor of Holi, the Southeast Asian festival of colors. The event will take place at Goleta Beach at noon. Participants will use an...
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Insurance Dispute Ends Partnership

This year, the UC Student Health Insurance Plan will no longer cover Walgreens prescriptions due to the company’s failure to reconcile negotiations with Anthem Blue Cross. Students covered under UC ...
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Yearly Free Book Program Tackles Plastic Pollution

The UCSB Reads 7th annual program is distributing free copies of Donovan Hohn’s Moby-Duck this Thursday in the Davidson Library’s main lobby for participants in the communal reading initiative. Th...
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Internet to Better Rural African Life

Two professors from UCSB’s Computer Science Dept. received $100,000 last week for their project to bring a low-cost communications network to Africa’s rural areas. Professors Elizabeth Belding and...
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Film Award Chooses Gaucho as Finalist

The Samuel Goldwyn Foundation named UCSB alumna and screenwriter Cameron Lund a finalist in its 56th annual writing contest for an opportunity to gain exposure and a chance to win up to $15,000 in pri...
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UCSB Alumni Start Website

UCSB Alumni David Friermor and Jordan Townsend launched the interactive website ClassWave for students to instantly share lecture notes, study guides and hold discussions about assigned readings.
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UCSB Professor Recieves National Recognition

Chemistry and biochemistry professor Bruce Lipshutz received the 2011 Presidential Green Chemistry Award from the United States Environmental Protection Agency during a ceremony on June 20 at the Rona...
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UCSB Entrepreneurs Earn Prize

A team of three UCSB students won the Kauffman Foundation’s international entrepreneurship competition last weekend in Silicon Valley with their mobile textbook sharing application 1night.me. Underg...
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Six Teams To Pitch Business Proposals in Venture Contest

Six teams will compete in the final round of UCSB Technology Management Program’s twelfth annual New Venture Competition today at 3 p.m. in Corwin Pavilion.
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Proposed Fund To Aid Students

Several members of the Associated Students Legislative Council proposed a new lock-in fee this quarter to increase support for A.S.’s current Emergency Student Loan program. Known as the UCSB Commun...
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UCs To Foster Support for System Salary Cuts

In a cost-cutting measure, the University of California Office of the President is proposing a voluntary system-wide program to reduce staff employee hours. The Employee-Initiated Reduction in Time pr...
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Budget for Children’s Center Up for Reapproval

UCSB’s University Children’s Center is asking for the reaffirmation of two separate lock-in fees totaling to $8.50 per undergraduate student per quarter in the upcoming Spring Ele...
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UCSB Nonprofit Enters Contest

Environmental Education for the Next Generation, a nonprofit student organization founded by undergraduates at UCSB, will compete for a $100,000 grant next month to secure funding that would expand it...
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Book Chronicles SBCC History

Santa Barbara City College concluded the year-long celebration of its centennial in December with the release of A Century of Success, A Future of Possibilities.
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