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Fate Tempts Traveler While Abroad

Midnight in Piccadilly Circus, London: A sea of city lights splash the high-rise buildings with white luminescence as I stroll the streets alone.
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Surviving Spanish Food

The grocery store in Spain is the only place in the world I have visited where you can buy a six-pack of beer and three bottles of wine for less than one pack of tortillas.
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Siesta, Fiesta and Flying Tomatoes

I never guessed that coming to Spain meant I would learn more sign language than Spanish.
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Encounter the Revenge of the Spanish Mullet

At midnight the city streets of Madrid, Spain are packed as tightly as chorizo with people.
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Controversy Continues Over UC Tobacco Grants

The UC Board of Regents pushed back, yet again, making a decision on whether to prohibit accepting grants from tobacco companies for research, even after the Academic Senate Assembly vetoed the idea l...
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Oversized Sunglasses

Monday morning sections are a bitch.
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Fraternity Boxing Tournament Called Off After 15 Years

Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity's infamous charity Fight Night has been cancelled this year due to its alleged misconduct - a move that may threaten a non-profit's ability to run its program.
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Contenders Look to Youth Voters in 2008 Election

In preparation for the 2008 General Election, presidential candidates like Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill. are modernizing their campaign techniques to attract attention from college students.
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Enter the Fist

Fireworks, red lanterns and fantastic food are all festive features that annually commemorate festivities for the Chinese New Year.
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Roberts To Be Publications Director

After 30 years of working at such newspapers as the San Francisco Chronicle and, most recently, the Santa Barbara News-Press, Jerry Roberts has accepted yet another job in journalism - working with th...
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A.S. Funds Student Groups, Grants

Associated Students Finance Board doled out $83,800 to 13 campus entities in addition to tabling a $26,000 Boards, Committees and Commissions budget request at its meeting yesterday.
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Board Gives Monetary Aid to Groups

The Associated Students Finance Board allocated over $100,000 in funds yesterday to several A.S. entities and student groups after following through on three resignations discussed at last week's meet...
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Leg Council Begins Project Planning

he Associated Students Legislative Council tabled all business yesterday in order to hold its first working meeting for the 2006-07 school year, where Leggies discussed plans for a variety of group pr...
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A.S. Allocates Funds For Sex Ed, Foreign Affairs, Chilla Vista

The Associated Students Finance Board allocated $3,250 between four student groups yesterday to support international and local political causes and in one case, sex education. In a brief meeting, boa...
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Leggies Hear Resignation, Resolutions

The Associated Student Legislative Council held a busy meeting last night, discussing three bills and two resolutions, allocating money, approving appointments and accepting the resignation of yet ano...
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