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Seniors To Bid UCSB Farewell

Nearly 5,000 UCSB students have reached the end of their undergraduate college careers and will walk the stage in their respective graduation ceremonies.
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Harvey Milk Honored by LGBTQ Community

LGBTQ community members and allies celebrated California’s first annual Harvey Milk Day with a neighborhood picnic at Alameda Park on Saturday.
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History Students Granted Federal Funding Studying Arabic

Three UCSB graduate students recently received U.S. State Dept. Critical Language Scholarships and will study Arabic in intensive programs in North Africa this summer.
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State Candidate Delivers Speech to UCSB

Gubernatorial candidate and Attorney General of California Jerry Brown spoke about a number of issues during his first major university campaign stop yesterday at UCSB.
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Transfer Student Passes Away at Home in Brentwood

Third-year UCSB transfer student Grant Gaines Goodwin died on April 12 in his home in Brentwood, CA. He was 25 years old.
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Candidate Jerry Brown Talks Issues with UCSB Today

Gubernatorial candidate and Democratic front-runner Jerry Brown will address the UCSB student body today during his first large-scale university campaign rally since declaring candidacy on March 2.
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Business-Savvy Students Compete to Win Money

Student entrepreneurs will get down to business today in order to battle for a cash prize in Corwin Pavilion at 3 p.m.
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Lecturer Speaks on Emerging H2O Crisis

UCSB Regent’s lecturer and best-selling author Maude Barlow discussed the threat of a looming world water shortage to an audience in Corwin Pavilion last night.
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Study Analyzes Emissions Law

Graduate students from UCSB's Bren School of Environmental Science and Management have proposed amendments to alter alleged mistakes they found in the Obama administration's 2012-16 fuel economy stand...
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A.S. Hopefuls Debate Student Issues

Three candidates for Associated Students president squared off in the Hub yesterday, marking the first of a series of debates leading up to UCSB's campus-wide elections on April 19.
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A.S. Hopefuls Debate Student Issues

Three candidates for Associated Students president squared off in the Hub yesterday, marking the first of a series of debates leading up to UCSB's campus-wide elections on April 19.
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Artists Sculpt Ballot Initiative

Isla Vista Arts is asking students to approve a new $2.00 lock-in fee in the upcoming campus-wide election.
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Artists Sculpt Ballot Initiative

Isla Vista Arts is asking students to approve a new $2.00 lock-in fee in the upcoming campus-wide election.
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UPTE Union, UC Settle Contract

After years of disagreement, the University Professional and Technical Employees union and University of California reached a five-year contract agreement concerning salary levels and benefits.
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Rove Cracks Jokes, Defends Iraq War on Campus Visit

"Let's remember what this is all about," Karl Rove said to a packed audience in Campbell Hall as 150 protesters stood outside. "It's about our country, and this is a shared experience."
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