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A.S. Audit Shows Budget Surplus Due to Initiative

Following the passage of Students' Initiative last Fall Quarter, the Associated Students Legislative Council annual audit revealed a substantial increase in total revenue and spending at yesterday's m...
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A.S. Seeks Solution for On-Campus Parking Fee

In a brief meeting yesterday, Associated Students Legislative Council discussed possible parking fee increases and the upcoming Halloween weekend.
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Online Game Fosters Learning

Rita Raley is a UCSB English professor, but in her second life, she's known to the world as her online avatar, Gorgon Medusa.
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Honored Writer From Istanbul Lectures Friday

Discussing a myriad of topics ranging from writing skills to the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Turkish Nobel prizewinner Orhan Pamuk spoke to a near-full capacity Campbell Hall on Friday and followed hi...
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A.S. Approves Funding for Dennis Prager Speech

After a lengthy debate regarding a controversial Finance Board allocation, the Associated Students Legislative Council approved the funding of Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week.
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Campus Bike Paths Receive Face-Lift

With a new parking lot and fresh pavement on the bike path, the Metropolitan Transit District bus loop by North Hall now serves as an avenue for smoother rides.
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Governor Signs One Bill, Vetoes Two

Blocking the passage of bills regarding financial aid for undocumented students and textbook affordability, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger issued two vetoes on Saturday. The governor vetoed Senate Bill O...
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Time Runs Out for Bell Part in Campus Tower

The bells of Storke Tower will remain out of commission until early next week following a timer malfunction that occurred Tuesday night.
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A.S. Shoots Down Candidate Over Alleged Bias

Following a three-hour debate concerning allegations of bias, racism and homophobia in regards to an Associated Students attorney general candidate, A.S. President Stephanie Brower rescinded her choic...
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Celebration To Mark End of Ramadan

Providing cultural food and a visit from a local sheikh, the Muslim Student Association invites students to attend a catered dinner tonight for its Ramadan iftar event.
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A.S. Debates Over Festival Funding

The Associated Students Legislative Council convened for its first meeting of the 2007-08 academic year yesterday, discussing future plans in addition to questioning at length the legality of funding ...
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University Agrees to UAW Demands for Higher Wages

Following last-minute contract negotiations yesterday morning, the University of California averted a potential teaching assistants' strike when it agreed to increase the campus employees' wages.
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Union, UC Deal Overnight for TA Wages, Benefits

As of 4:36 a.m. press time, the University of California has yet to establish a new contract with a union representing various teaching assistants and tutors - a move which may cause the campus employ...
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UCSB Acquires Deveureux Property for $27.5M

UCSB officially purchased all 33 acres of Devereux this past week, bringing the campus' total property to 1,022 acres.
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Governor Receives New Textbook Bills

College students may soon find some relief from exorbitant textbook prices, pending a decision by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger regarding two recently drafted bills.
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