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t.A.T.u. Concert Rocks Crowd Inside Hub

UCSB students seeking a little girl-on-girl action found some last night in the Hub, as Russian pop sensation t.A.T.u. brought its danceable hits from Russia with love.
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Budget Cuts May Hurt UC Admissions

Although the University of California has committed itself to offering all eligible undergraduates admission for 2008-09, future applicants may get a different response.
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Oh, for Goodness Steak!

Tired of those leafy green salads and seasonal veggies? Take a steak break from the fruit fad to really fill up, and let the carnivores rejoice! This week, On the Menu has staked out the best steakhou...
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Surfing, Rockin’ Rabbi To Jam in I.V.

As a surfer, mountain biker and musician, one might say UCSB alum Yom Tov Glaser is not your average rabbi.
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Natural Disaster Results in Death of UCSB Librarian

The UCSB community has suffered a loss following the death of Davidson Library employee Morgan Cowles during a Sequoia National Park avalanche on Monday.
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Rivals From Cal Poly Graffiti UCSB

Taggers hoping to inspire California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo school spirit found their efforts in vain following this weekend's dominating performances meted out by the UCSB men'...
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Clinton Addresses Crowd at Pavilion Gym

An energetic crowd awaited the New York senator's appearance as aides distributed signs that read "UCSB for Hillary" and "Clinton Country."
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Alleged Petition Fraud Prompts State Inquiry

Following allegations of fraud, the California Secretary of State's office has opened an investigation into possible election code violations made by campus petitioners last Nov.
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Campus Housing Painters Picket for Pay

Alleging that subcontractors have withheld salaries for several weeks, a crew of painters demonstrated outside the UCSB Facilities Management office yesterday to demand their paychecks.
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A.S. Approves Funding for Newspaper, Book Drive

In its last meeting of the quarter, the Associated Students Legislative Council discussed honoraria, allocated funding to three groups and passed one bill.
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State To Decide Whether to Pursue Alleged Fraud

Following allegations of ballot petition fraud on campus last week, the Secretary of State's Fraud Investigations Unit has yet to disclose whether or not it will look into the matter.
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Arbor Petitioners Allegedly Violate CA Election Code

Allegations of illegal activity by petitioners on campus has turned up inconsistencies in the signature-collection process and raised questions about the validity of the practices at the UCSB campus.
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Council Vows to Register Voters, Approves Funding

During a marathon four-hour meeting, Associated Students Legislative Council passed two bills and allocated $3,336.18 among three groups at last night's meeting.
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A.S. Representative Steps Down From Council

Following its regularly scheduled meeting in which one member resigned, Associated Students Legislative Council held its first working meeting of the year yesterday, discussing projects regarding park...
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Parking Oversight Committee Reconsiders Plan

At yesterday's Parking Ratepayer Board meeting, members discussed parking access for temporarily disabled members of the community and the validity of maintaining certain lots on campus.
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