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Veto Affects Birth Control Prices

President George W. Bush's Tuesday night veto of the war spending bill not only halts Congressional members' attempts to regulate the U.S. occupation of Iraq, it also complicates efforts to decrease b...
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Voters Elect Brower, Taylor Into Office

Open People's Party candidates Stephanie Brower and Ian Taylor won the only two contested executive officer positions yesterday, yet most of the results for Associated Students Legislative Council sti...
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Home sweet home redefined

At any given moment in Isla Vista, thousands of students jostle their keys to apartments owned by one of several dozen landlords.
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UCSB Forum To Discuss Effects of Neoliberalism

The seemingly unconnected protests of the war in Iraq, resident evictions in Isla Vista, and rising student fees have all been provoked, this weekend's conference postulates, by an invisible force out...
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Committee Revises City Objectives

The Goleta City Council revisited its 10-month-old Strategic Growth Plan yesterday, redefining and reprioritizing goals for the city's future.
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A.S. Requests Space in Building 434

Associated Students Legislative Council and its executive officers kept busy with meetings yesterday, both in its weekly gathering and earlier in the day with Chancellor Henry T. Yang.
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Tickets for Killers’ Concert To Be Sold Today for Students

Somebody told me... student tickets for the Killers' April 6 show at the Events Center are going on sale today at 10 a.m. - a day earlier and about eight bucks cheaper than the cost of general admissi...
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Student Dies After Sustaining Injuries in Car Crash

An undeclared UCSB sophomore recently passed away in an El Monte, Calif. hospital, after sustaining fatal injuries in a car crash.
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Two UCSB Students Die Saturday in Bay Area Car Accident

Two UCSB students were killed Saturday night in the East Bay area of California in a car crash, which left a third UCSB student hurt and two other passengers seriously injured.
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Tent City Protest Heads to Cheadle for I.V. Residents

A group of protestors who camped out near Storke Tower for over two weeks on behalf of the evicted Cedarwood Apartments tenants issued new demands to the university yesterday - staging a small protest...
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Initiative Passes by Narrow Vote; Fees to Increase

The $100 per student per quarter fee increase known as Students' Initiative passed yesterday by a narrow margin of 30 votes - but opposition to the initiative is still brewing. The final vote count ca...
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A.S. Proposes Lock-in Fee for Group Funding

The 29 organizations that are part of the Students' Initiative have gathered more than the 2,130 student signatures necessary to get the fee increase on the ballot for next week's special election. Th...
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Crowds Amass for Clinton Talk

Former President Bill Clinton walked onstage at the Arlington Theatre amid thunderous applause Friday afternoon, sat down in one of two oversized brown chairs and tried to recline. Retired life for Cl...
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Campus Groups Seek Increase in Student Funding

Associated Students, its affiliates and 12 other campus organizations are asking each student this fall for over $100 more per quarter in exchange for what they say will be increased services and bene...
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TPS Alters Parking Permit System

Despite what it says on the parking permit dispensers around campus, no, visitors do not have to pay by space, no, students can't get their night and weekend passes from the dispensers, and yes, Trans...
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