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A.S. Approves Funding for KCSB, NORML

Associated Students Finance Board members distributed $15,338 among four student groups at their meeting yesterday and created two subcommittees to facilitate the allocation of funds for diversity pro...
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Leg Council Begins Quarter With Loss of Two Executives

Associated Students Executive Director Don Daves-Rougeaux has been courted away from his post at UCSB by Santa Barbara real estate investment firm the SIMA Corporation to serve as its chief operations...
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Students To Remember AIDS Victims

In observance of World AIDS Day today, students dressed in black are laying in the Arbor in silence in hopes of reminding passersby of the millions of people affected by the disease.
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Leggies Support Measure P, Change Quorum

At their final meeting of the quarter, the Associated Students Legislative Council maintained a busy schedule passing three bills and one resolution, and tabling another two bills.
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Anonymous Donor’s $1.25 Million Helps Theater Department

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, the UCSB Department of Theater and Dance is well on its way to obtaining all of the money it needs to fund the construction of the new building that wil...
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Albright Speaks on Past Failures, Future Optimism

Former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright stood before an eager and packed audience at the Arlington Theatre last night to discuss her new book, her political views, her career as a policy maker...
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Albright To Lecture on Book, Political Career

Madeleine K. Albright, the first woman to serve as Secretary of State, will speak tonight at the Arlington Theatre providing a wealth of political - if not candid - insight.
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Faculty To Vote on Name Change of Dual Program

The Department of Dramatic Art and the Division of Dance may close the curtains on its name in January after undergoing curriculum changes.
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