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Ode to Poetry Produces Prizes at Competition

An audience of nearly 55 peers and professors witnessed an epic battle of words last night when English and literature students alike collided on stage for professor Shirley Geok-lin Lim's Poetry Slam...
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Fraternity Faces Consequences of Hazing Charges

Following the termination of its UCSB recognition and state charges of illegal hazing, the Santa Barbara chapter of Sigma Chi was placed on probation by the fraternity's national headquarters.
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Bill Takes Aim at Costly Contraception

Newly proposed legislation promising students access to affordable birth control aims to counteract a federal bill enacted last year that drastically raised the price of contraceptives sold at UCSB th...
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Hip Hop’s Chuck D Visits KCSB Studio

"I always wanted independent radio to trump robot radio," said hip-hop legend Carlton Douglas Ridenhour - a.k.a Chuck D.
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UCSB Sees Green as Research Money Pours In

Research funding for UCSB from external foundations and state and federal organizations has set a new record, totaling $176 million last year.
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Controversial Film Provokes Debate

As part of a larger week centered on radical Islam and terrorism, several students gathered in Corwin Pavilion last night to watch a film that some campus community members have denounced for its alle...
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Hopeless Romantic Gives Poetic Advice

This is the day. Today will be the one in which the sun shines upon you like a million golden spotlights and you will lose the fear of saying what's been on your mind for so long.
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Donation To Enhance UCSB Stem Cell Research

UCSB's proposed Center for Stem Cell Biology and Engineering has received a $3 million grant, creating an endowed chair to attract a new administrator.
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Students, Staff Celebrate Sexual Diversity

All colors of the rainbow came together yesterday on Old Women's Center lawn in support and celebration of the annual National Coming Out Day.
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Club Criticizes Columbus Celebration

In response to Columbus Day, UCSB student organization El Congreso has dedicated this week to a celebration recognizing the pre-colonization natives of North America while at the same time condemning ...
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Faculty Legislature Approves Minimum-Units-per-Quarter Policy

As part of a new policy that ensures UCSB students are averaging 15 units per quarter, university administrators will begin informing the campus this fall of its upcoming academic progress checks.
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UCSB Student Named Hottest Head Turner

Sometimes, when a woman grows insecure about her looks, her mother assures her that she is crazy and could be a model.
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UCSB To Open New Center for Alumni Visitors

The $12 million Mosher Alumni House is nearing completion after spending 20 years in the planning stages
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Cult Hit Günther Pleasures 3,500 Fans at Concert

Günther's raging sex drive overflowed like champagne in Storke Plaza on Friday, as the Swedish singer and his Sunshine Girls touched UCSB's tra-la-la during his first-ever West Coast appearance.
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Stem Cell Pioneer Speaks on Future of Field, Research

Along with Condoleezza Rice and Harry Potter, Dr. James Thomson was selected as one of People Magazine's most intriguing people of 2001, and last night UCSB welcomed him to lecture on stem cell resear...
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