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UCSB Set To Modernize Arts Building

The Arts Building - one of the oldest structures on campus - is set to undergo a $22 million renovation in order to bring it up to modern safety codes.
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Ellison Hall To Recycle With Worms

As spring inches closer, UCSB is looking greener and greener with environmentally friendly policies across campus.
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Prince Calls for Understanding in Middle East

A little less than a week after President George Bush presented his view on the future of Iraq, Prince of Morocco Moulay Hicham gave his own address concerning U.S. policy in the Middle East last nigh...
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Attitudes Toward Gays in Military Shift

The U.S. military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, which prohibits openly homosexual people from serving in the military, is facing opposition according to evidence from a UCSB poll.
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Recent Repaving Improves Campus Bike Paths

Taking advantage of the nearly absent traffic, Associated Students Bicycle Improvements Keep Everyone Safe had various damaged areas of the bike paths repaved over Winter Break.
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Federal Grants Catalyze New Research at UCSB

After submitting over 1,800 proposals for funding last year, departments on campus raised $159 million for research and development funding ( over double the money raised in the past ten years.
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Forum To Deliberate on Matters of UC Diversity

This weekend, 75 UCSB students will head north to UC Berkeley for the University of California's annual Students of Color Conference - where they will discuss strategies for increasing racial and ethn...
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A.S. Project Aims to Improve Bike Paths

The Associated Students Bicycle Improvements Keep Everyone Safe committee will soon spend $26,000 on bike path improvements - once the money makes its way into the hands of organizers, that is.
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Friends Remember Math Professor

Family, friends and fellow UCSB faculty members held a memorial yesterday for math professor Roy Leipnik who recently died from complications of a varicella virus infection, more commonly known as chi...
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Conference Explores Nuclear Alternatives

At the second annual Think Outside the Bomb Conference this weekend, attendees might start worrying and stop loving the bomb in order to find alternatives to nuclear war and weapon production.
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Food Law Ties Yoga Club in a Knot

UCSB administrators have ordered the 12-year-old Bhakti Yoga Club on campus to stop their biweekly vegetarian luncheons, citing food safety issues.
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Natural Causes, Accident Leave Two Students Dead

Within the past two weeks two students have died, one from natural causes and the other from injuries sustained during an automobile accident.
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Student Mockumentary Takes Third

Minus its trademark gorilla and banana, UCSB's very own Improvability has helped a student film win high marks in a national contest.
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E. Coli Prompts UCSB to Dispose of Spinach

Unfortunately for Popeye but happily for healthy students, all 30 UCSB campus dining facilities have stopped serving the spinach until the E. coli virus outbreak has been resolved.
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Art Project Explores Personal Space

Students may find themselves interacting in sometimes uncomfortable but always unique ways with members of the Art 7A class this week. The class' final project asks students to explore the idea of per...
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