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Regents Discuss Student Affairs at Last Meeting of Academic Year

The meeting of the University of California Regents resumed for its final session yesterday morning and discussed the financial status of UC Medical Centers and the UC Office of the President Budget f...
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A.S. Ballot to Determine Fate of Goleta Sobering Center

During this year’s Associated Students elections, students will have the opportunity to vote on a ballot initiative to fund a sobering center in Goleta for first-time drunk-in-public offenders, avoi...
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County Lays Plans For I.V. Community Center

The state Department of Finance approved a plan allowing three Isla Vista properties on Embarcadero del Mar — previously a medical clinic, church and parking lot — to persist under control of Sant...
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Michael Moss Gives Presentation at UCSB

Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Michael Moss spoke about the addictive nature of processed and fast food in his talk Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us on Saturday at Cam...
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Professor Gives Talk on Public Universities

English professor Chris Newfield gave a talk yesterday evening at the McCune Conference Room on the future of public universities, as well as the necessity of low tuition and face-to-face learning in ...
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UCSB Rates Among Best Valued Colleges

UCSB ranked number 18 in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s 2014 list of the top 100 “Best Values in Public Colleges” after a combined analysis of the university’s education and economi...
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CCS Welcomes Japanese Shinto Art

Internationally renowned photographer Masuura Yukihito introduced his work at the opening of the Shrine Photography Exhibit, a temporary installation located in the gallery of the College of Creative ...
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AS Legislation Seeks to Reassign Responsibilities

Legislation is in the works to restructure Associated Students and its governing bodies, with plans to create special committees in A.S. Senate that will be responsible for certain A.S. Boards, Commit...
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To Party or Not To Party

Whether or not you’re prepared for I.V. to become a police state or for hoards of intoxicated, costumed, scantily-clad revelers to clog Del Playa and onward, it’s happening — the much anticipate...
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Career Services Hosts Panel for Humanities, Liberal Arts Majors

UCSB Career Services hosted a career panel for humanities and liberal arts majors at 3 p.m. in Career Services 1109 on Thursday. The panel addressed questions posed by students in fields outside of th...
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UCSB Alum Connects Reading and Writing with New Website

UCSB alum Sabrina Ricci recently launched a web startup called Write or Read, a service that seeks to provide independent authors with metrics and better insight on how readers interact with their wor...
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