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Club Drives to Decrease Car Emissions

A lightly used 2006 Honda Civic emits about 8,393 pounds of carbon dioxide per year.
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New Law Leads to Rise in Cost of Contraception

Birth control prices at college clinics around the country have been going up for years, but this year, as prices continue to rise, there is a recently turned over-the-counter method on the table - th...
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Rafter Birds Ruffle Feathers in UCen

Amid the music emanating from behind the counter of the Gaucho Cafe in the University Center, small, fluttering onlookers in the rafters make music of their own, watching intently for the perfect oppo...
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Naked Voices Sings for Second Place

Thirteen vocalists from UCSB's coed a cappella group Naked Voices competed in the semifinal round of the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella last month, advancing farther than ever befo...
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Bill’s Bus Set to Run Free to Goleta

Thanks to subsidies from the Students' Initiative and several local organizations, students will be able to drink and return safely home on Wednesday nights free of charge.
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Cheer Team Cartwheels Into Fourth in Las Vegas

After a fourth-place finish last weekend, the UCSB Cheer Team will go, fight and - hopefully - win another competition.
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CSNI Freshmen Course To Focus on Big Brother

A new course will soon offer students a three-point perspective on public surveillance by fusing science, sociology and engineering.
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Program Set To Improve Equipment

The Disabled Students Program is planning a substantial upgrade for its technology systems in hopes of giving its students easier access to new educational resources.
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Organic Food Use Grows on Campus

UCen dining facility Patern˜ kicked off Winter Quarter by incorporating organic food into its menu, expanding the on-campus availability of pesticide-free fare.
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