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Brief Advocates for UC Progress

The UC Commission on the Future released a report last week featuring the preliminary draft recommendations from its five workgroups.
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Police Event To Prepare Gauchos for Threats

Today’s first ever Gaucho Gathering event aims to provide information to the campus community about what to do in the event of a shooting at UCSB.
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A.S. Keeps Candidate Party Name on Ballot

In the final meeting of the quarter, the Associated Students Legislative Council passed several resolutions concerning elections and campus speakers.
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Council Debates Irvine 11

During last night's four-hour meeting, the Associated Students Legislative Council disputed whether or not A.S. should take a stance on the controversy surrounding a group of UC Irvine students facing...
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A.S. Contests Charges

At last night's Associated Students Legislative Council meeting, members decided to dispute in court a number of the charges levied against them by the property owners of the villa they stayed in duri...
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A.S. Office Readies for Next All Hallow’s Eve

Though Halloween 2010 seems far away, preparations are already beginning for Isla Vista's annual display of debauchery.
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A.S. Sends Funds to Shaken Nation

At last night's meeting, the Associated Students Legislative Council selected two organizations that will receive money from its Haitian relief effort.
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Council Donates to Quake Victims

The Associated Students Legislative Council discussed ways to aid the relief effort in Haiti at last night's meeting.
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To Float or Not to Float?

The Associated Students Legislative Council discussed a number of issues and proposals at last night's kick-off meeting of Winter Quarter.
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Station’s Fundraiser Yields Lower Results

UCSB's KCSB 91.9 FM held its annual pledge drive last week, inviting listeners to become official members of Santa Barbara's only community radio station.
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Campus Hosts Diverse Job-Hunting Bazaar

UCSB's Career Services will host its biggest recruiting event of the quarter -- the annual Fall Career Fair -- today from 1 to 4 p.m. at Corwin Pavilion.
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Carnival Offers Up Information, Fun

A Ferris wheel, tilt-a-whirl and dunk tank took over the streets of Isla Vista this Saturday for the first annual Pardall Carnival.
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Island Marine Sanctuary at Risk

A report released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has identified several threats to the health of California's Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary.
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Former UCSB Faculty Member Dies After Long Illness

Alan Archer Stephens, an acclaimed poet and founding faculty member of the College of Creative Studies at UCSB, died late last month at the age of 83.
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Campus Installs Skateboard Lane

This summer, UCSB marked off a pilot skateboard lane in the main campus corridor to judge the possibility of keeping the skate-friendly portion of the student body from thrashing the pedestrian and bi...
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