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Site Lets Cyber Spenders Donate Dough

After more than a year of planning, FundIt.org, a Web site which helps fund nonprofit organizations in Santa Barbara, was launched Wednesday, Nov. 10.
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Copwatch Program Aims to Keep IVFP Officers in Check

To kick off their Copwatch program, Associated Students members set up a table on Del Playa Drive on Friday night to pass out complaint forms and informational fliers to Isla Vista residents.
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UC Blotter: November 9th, 2004

Monday, Nov. 1, 6 p.m. - Officers responded to report of disruption at the Rec Cen. Upon arrival officers found that a man had gained entry into the gym by using a false ID. When asked for his true id...
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Keg Sales Tap Out as IVFP Cracks Down

Recently many I.V. residents have chosen to buy canned beer or bottled liquor rather than kegs, as those forms of alcohol are less likely to be traced back to the buyer, Lee Johnson, co-owner of the I...
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Congressional GOP Candidate Counters Capps

Republican congressional candidate Dr. Don Regan spoke Tuesday at the College Republican's meeting at Girvetz Hall, making his case for why student voters should check his name on their Nov. 2 ballots...
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Sticky Fingers Snatch Up Kerr Hall Computers

The UC Police Dept. is still investigating the theft of nearly $200,000 worth of computer equipment taken from Kerr Hall and a university-owned 1995 Chevrolet Suburban.
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UC Police Blotter: June 30, 2004

Monday, June 21, 1:29 a.m.: Resident Coordinators who were checking students in for the summer program at the Santa Ynez Apartments refused to allow a female student to enter because she arrived well ...
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Mysterious Error Cuts into STEP Funding

A bookkeeping error cut money from some student retention programs earlier this year because they were mistakenly classified under outreach services, but the retention efforts will not be reimbursed b...
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UCSB Volunteers Persist Despite Limited Budget

UCSB CABbies say they feel misunderstood following the failure of the increase in their lock-in fee to pass during the recent Associated Students elections. The Community Affairs Board (CAB) is a divi...
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Activists Urge The Man to Lighten Up on Pot

Cannabis, hemp, grass, weed and Mary Jane lovers unite this week in celebration of Cannabis Awareness Week. Several events this week sponsored by the National Organization for the Reformation of Marij...
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Counter-Strike Clans Kill for Cash

Cyber-athletes came together in Corwin Pavilion on Saturday to compete for a $1,100 prize.
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Joey’s Words Are Hate-Free

As long as everyone is already in the mood for blood, I feel it appropriate to offer my two cents on the matter of Tartakovsky-bashing. After reading Mr. Ali Kattan-Wright's article in the Mar. 2 iss...
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