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Student Faces New Assault Charges

Kent Kafatia, a UCSB student accused of rape, faces seven new charges after two additional women came forward to identify him as their attacker.
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22-Year-Old Man Faces Charges of Burglary, 2 Rapes

A local student and former security guard at Santa Barbara City College will face two counts of rape and one count of burglary at a preliminary hearing, the date of which will be set at a meeting in S...
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Lack of Influenza Vaccines Plague Campus, County

UCSB Student Health Service has only received half of the 1,800 doses of flu vaccine it originally ordered due to a recent contamination of biopharmaceutical manufacturer Chiron Corporation's flu vacc...
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Kerr Hall Tightens Security After Heist

While an investigation into last spring's theft of multimedia equipment from Kerr Hall has not yet yielded any arrests, management at the building and UC police said they have taken measures to preven...
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Designers Reveal Plans for Future University Housing

The plan to increase housing for students, faculty and staff was the subject of a presentation Thursday afternoon in the Santa Rosa Residence Hall Formal Lounge.
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Tenant Class To Teach How to Move Out

Students living in Isla Vista will have the chance to learn about their rights as tenants and the move-out process at a workshop tonight at 7 in I.V. Theater.
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New Proposal Schedules Dorm Price Increase

On-campus housing rates would take an even bigger bite out of students' wallets next year under rate increases proposed by Housing and Residential Services (HRS).
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I.V. Youths Take All at Casino Night

The night was in full swing by 10:30 p.m. and the tables were loaded with gamblers. Dancing, flashing lights, music from DJ Eric Freedman and, of course, gambling combined to turn the Hub into a makes...
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CalPIRG Contests Unfair Text Costs

In the its battle against high textbook prices, CalPIRG has sent a "call to action" petition letter to textbook publisher Thomson Learning. The letter includes requests from students and faculty to he...
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Psychology Building to Get New Digs

After 10 years of turning the idea over in its mind, the Psychology Dept. will hold the groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation and expansion of its building March 1.
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Chicano Writer Shares Poetry, Plans in MCC

Poet and author Jimmy Santiago Baca performed for a full house Tuesday evening at the MultiCultural Center Theatre. Baca spoke about some of his experiences as a writer, with many of his anecdotes foc...
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Pond Fish Stay Alive, Healthy in Storke Plaza

The tiny fish that call Storke Plaza Pond home are not in danger of dying out despite being a meal of choice for the many birds that visit the area. The pond, created in June 2003 by Santa Barbara Pon...
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Filmmakers to Confront Stereotypes After MultiCultural Center Screening

Students interested in meeting the makers of a controversial film will have no better chance than today. "Better Luck Tomorrow" will be shown for free in the MultiCultural Center tonight at 6.
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Award-Winning Professor Makes Mapping Easier

Most passenger seat navigators would agree that interpreting the winding streets of a map is hard enough without having to fold the paper back into its original position at the end of the trip.
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