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Loud Morning Power Tools Can Blow Me

Certain politicians maintain that an earlier noise curfew could help curb rowdier partygoers, though anyone who has stayed in I.V. for more than five minutes would recognize the sheer stupidity in tha...
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Veterans Want Peace, Support for U.S. Troops

Is it possible to oppose a war and still support the men and women fighting in it? Can the same person thoughtfully attend both a peace vigil and a pro-troops rally? Dan Seidenberg and Lane Anderson, ...
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B-boy Brings Hip Hop Club to UCSB

If hip hop is synonymous to you with a way of life, you may have a new hangout on Wednesday nights. The Hip Hop Club will hold its first meeting today at 5 p.m. in North Hall, Room 1006.
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Happy Trails

There are tons of other, more hikes to check out in Santa Barbara County - Seven Falls, which is only about a mile and a half each way, is well known and beautiful, as is Red Rock, although both can b...
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County Split Boosters To Try Again Later

After months on the front line of signature-gathering, the group that hopes to put a county split on the ballot is scrapping its efforts and beginning anew in the new year.
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UC President Leaves Post

After eight years at the head of the largest public university system in the world, University of California President Richard C. Atkinson is stepping down.
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Unarmed Man Robs Bank

The Goleta branch of Montecito Bank and Trust was robbed Monday afternoon when a single male suspect entered the bank and demanded cash from a teller.
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Locals Urge Students to Vote

On today's ballot, voters have several choices to make, from our next congresswoman and state governor to the new county deputy district attorney.
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Isla Vista Gears up for Halloween

The I.V. Foot Patrol historically steps up enforcement at the start of the school year, during what it calls the "Fall Education Period," and makes its presence felt even more on the days before and a...
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War on Iraq: Not in Their Name

On Sept. 21, approximately 400 people gathered on Cota Street in downtown Santa Barbara to march in opposition of the proposed military action against Iraq.
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Homecomings and Shortcomings

When I arrived in Siena this June, I spoke barely a word of Italian and knew virtually nothing about the place I had chosen to spend my summer.
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Attias Begins Sentence in Hospital

David Attias, the former UCSB student who was convicted June 11 of four counts of second-degree murder and found legally insane a week later, is now in Patton State Hospital, where he will spend a max...
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Jury Finds Attias Guilty of Murder

David Attias showed little emotion on Wednesday afternoon as Judge Thomas Adams read guilty verdicts for all four second-degree murder charges to the former UCSB student and a packed courtroom.
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Defense Rests Case in Sanity Phase

David Attias was legally insane when he murdered four people and almost killed a fifth last year, according to two psychiatrists who have testified for the defense.
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Jury Declares Attias Insane

David Attias was legally insane on February 23, 2001, when he killed four people, and seriously injured another person, a jury found on Thursday.
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