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UCen Dining To Begin Using Cage-Free Eggs Menu

UCen Dining catering services will begin a transition to cruelty-free animal products next week by introducing cage-free eggs into their new menu.
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Bills Approved for Timely Bribery Investigation

After allegations arose that the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) bribed students to vote, the UCSB Audit and Advisory Department has launched an investigation into the claims.
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UCSB Alum To Host New Animal Planet Show

UCSB alumnus Forrest Galante is set to host a new show on Animal Planet to travel the world looking for proof of living animals that have recently been declared extinct.
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Family Student Housing Rent To Rise Despite ‘Subpar’ Conditions

The Family Student Housing Tenants’ Association argued in a statement Tuesday that the rent increase scheduled to begin this summer is unfair, due to what it says are subpar living conditions.
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U.S. Ambassadors Recount Influence of Attending UCSB in the ’60s

Four UCSB alumni and United States ambassadors returned to campus on Friday to recount their time in college during the '60s and its influence upon their careers in foreign diplomacy.
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Teach-In To Address Global, Political Issues

A three-day Next System Teach-In will come to UCSB next week, inviting students, faculty and community members to join discussions on global relations, environmental issues and human rights.
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A.S. Senate Introduces Inexpensive Live Stream

A.S. Senate plans to begin live streaming their meetings next week, using mounted mobile devices to create an accessible video archive.
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UCSB Give Day Welcomes Digital Era of Fundraising

To access a digitally active alumni base, the university is hosting its first 24-hour online donation drive on Friday.
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Setting the Stage for a Day of Rage

With Deltopia a day away, students should be aware of laws and regulations that will keep them safe and out of jail during the Isla Vista party weekend.
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University Urged To Fix Not-So-Eternal Flame

David Williams arrived on the south lawn of Buchanan Hall Wednesday afternoon to ceremoniously light UCSB’s Eternal Flame — meant to be a symbol of peace between nations — but found the flame co...
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UCSB Anscombe Society Hosts Event Debating Constitutional Right of Same-Sex Marriage

The UCSB Anscombe Society, an organization advocating against same-sex marriage, hosted a debate titled “After Obergefell: The Impact on Marriage and Religious Liberty” Thursday night in the Psych...
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A.S. Funds Alternative Graduation, Culture Clubs, More

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street Room to discuss funding requests from 11 campus organizations.
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Brainstorm for the Rainstorm

As UCSB students walked to class this morning clad in rubber boots and rain jackets and carrying umbrellas for extra measure, they took a look around at their fellow Gauchos. The look on everyone’s ...
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Governor Brown Welcomes Vetted Syrian Refugees into California

California Gov. Jerry Brown said on Monday that he would continue to welcome vetted Syrian refugees into the state as part of President Barack Obama’s plan. In September, Obama’s administra...
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Former World Chess Champion, Russian Political Activist Speaks on ‘Enemies of the Free World’

Former World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov discussed his experience leading the pro-democracy movement against Russian president Vladimir Putin in a lecture titled “Winter is Coming: Why Vladimir Pu...
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