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Protests End Alcohol License Request

Customers should not be misled by the $3 beer listed on China Garden's menu, as the restaurant's management has decided to withdraw its application for an on-site alcohol license.
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Nurses Union To Decide on Contract

Following five months of negotiations, members of the California Nurses Association (CNA) at University of California medical centers and student health centers are voting whether to accept a recently...
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Grad Housing Construction Expenses Rise

While the California Coastal Commission (CCC) decides whether to approve construction of UCSB's latest multimillion-dollar housing complex, university representatives have said the cost of the project...
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eGrades, U-Mail To Boost Safeguards

UCSB administrators are booting up an improved security system to help prevent students from stealing identities and falsifying grades online. Associate registrar for computer processing Pat McNulty s...
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Court Delays Arraignment in Grade Falsification Case

The arraignment for Nancy Ramirez, a UCSB student accused of stealing two professors' identities and using the information to alter her and other students' grades, has been postponed until May 17 beca...
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Deficit Fuels Energy Conversation

With funding too low and utility bills too high, the UCSB Physical Facilities Dept. is doing everything in its power to conserve the energy used by existing structures while trying to shore up its mai...
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UC Welcomes Latest Crop of High Achievers

With an average GPA of nearly 4.0, the high school seniors admitted to UCSB's 2005 freshman class are the highest academically performing class to enter UCSB in school history.
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New Buildings Suck Up Power, Drain Budget

The influx of new research buildings on campus - most recently the Engineering Sciences Building - coupled with state budget cuts and the increase in the cost of utilities, has left the university's u...
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Trial of Alleged Student Rapist Delayed

Court proceedings for a UCSB student accused of seven felonies, including rape, and one misdemeanor stemming from three separate incidents will continue next week because the prosecution and defense f...
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The General | Less Is More

Adding sound to a silent film that has been listed in the Sight & Sound Critics Top Ten Poll and named Buster Keaton's best is an ambitious endeavor.
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Student Faces Sexual Assault Charges

The UC Police Dept. arrested a 22-year-old UCSB student yesterday morning on three felony charges of sexual assault. UCPD Sgt. Mark Signa said UCSB student Cristobal Ortega is being charged with statu...
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Students Suspected in Assault Case

The UC Police Dept. is investigating an on-campus incident that occurred last week in which a Santa Barbara man was allegedly physically assaulted and his 17-year-old girlfriend was allegedly sexually...
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An Evening of Hapa Shorts

The Hapa Project, which began three years ago, is a collection of about 800 photographs of people with Hapa roots and their answers to the question, "What are you?"
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Leaks Push FT Residents to Relocate

After a water leak from recent rains caused a fire alarm in the newly renovated north tower of FT to short-circuit on Friday morning, residents were forced to evacuate the building.
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A.S. President Faces Charges in SB Court

Associated Students President Cervin Morris's arraignment is scheduled for today, where he will face charges stemming from his Nov. 12 arrest for allegedly hitting a man in the head with a beer bottle...
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