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Extended Mentor Program Caters to All Undergrads

Students attempting to navigate the overwhelming web of campus resources now have help, thanks to the newly expanded student mentor program run by the Office of Student Life.
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FedEx Kinko’s Replaces The Pulse

Students accustomed to making copies at the Pulse will find a new copy shop has taken its place in the UCen.
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UCSB Scientists Create New Date-Rape Drug Test

UCSB researchers have developed a test that may help law enforcement and medical officials combat date rape. The test, developed by chemistry Professor Stanley Parsons and Ph.D. student Dawn Bravo, al...
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Access Goes to Where Students Want to Be

Giovanni's, a pizzeria on Pardall Road, now joins the slowly growing ranks of off-campus locations that allow students to pay for goods with their ACCESS Cards.
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Repairs Have Bells Ringing A Proper Tune

The bells in Storke Tower were repaired Wednesday afternoon after a week-long malfunction that caused them to strike out-of-tune. The 61-bell carillon, located at the top of Storke Tower, malfunctione...
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Power Demand, May Overload UCSB

The impending opening of the Engineering Sciences Building and the California Nanosystems Institute has UCSB staff and environmentalists concerned about the increase in power consumption the two build...
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Outreach Cuts May Diminish UCSB Diversity

The 2004 incoming freshman class has a higher average GPA and a more diverse ethnic makeup than the last three freshman classes, but budget cuts to outreach programs may hinder the diversity of future...
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Students To Vote on CLAS Funding

During next week's election, students logging onto GOLD will decide just how much they value tutoring programs.
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Porn Thesis Inflames Conservatives

UCSB's academic standards are some of the most outrageous in the country, according to the Collegiate Network. In this year's Campus Outrage Awards, released April 1 by the Collegiate Network, UCSB ti...
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Book Probes Japan’s History, Culture

Editor’s Note: Associate professor of Japanese Haruko Iwasaki was incorrectly referred to as “he.” Iwasaki is a woman. Japan is engaged in a national identity crisis, according to Ja...
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For Whom Storke Tower Tolls

After almost two weeks of silence, the bells are coming back. The Storke Tower bell carillon, an organ-like system of 61 bells of various sizes located at the top of Storke Tower, typically rings at 1...
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