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New Funds Drive A.S. to Reassess Fall Finances

As a result of the Students' Initiative's passage last week, the Associated Students Finance Board voted yesterday to take the $12,060.45 they had originally allocated to the Winter and Spring Quarter...
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Finance Board Funds Groups, Exhausts Budget

At its third meeting of the school year, the Associated Students Finance Board drained the remainder of its account for the quarter in less than two hours, distributing $2,500 to three out of four stu...
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Finance Board Dispenses Funding to Three Groups

At yesterday's Associated Students Finance Board meeting, board members determined the budget for the school year and distributed $2,900 between three student groups.
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Leggies Back Fellow Students, Weekend Noise Law Resolution

At yesterday's Associated Students Legislative Council meeting, Leggies unanimously approved two bills and two resolutions after witnessing two presentations - one about Isla Vista's noise ordinance a...
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Cause of Death Remains Unclear

The Spanish & Portuguese Dept. is mourning the loss of director and professor Timothy McGovern who passed away Monday morning from unknown causes. Undergraduate Advisor Molly Okuneff said McGovern, 41...
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Students

Associated Students executive officers and a few other organizers are finalizing the cost and structure of the Student's Initiative lock-in fee increase, slated to be on a special election ballot this...
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Leg Council Passes Initiatives

The Associated Students Legislative Council kicked off the 2006-07 school year by approving a plethora of committee appointments and passing a resolution that had been tabled since last school year.
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Lobby Asks for Chancellor’s Aid

A group of six individuals approached Chancellor Henry T. Yang in his office yesterday afternoon to ask for his support on two issues - the Cedarwood Apartments evictions and the University of CaYang ...
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Greek System Begins Fall Recruitment

A plethora of students attempted to go greek last week during a rush that has seen no parallel in over a decade. UCSB Greek Affairs Director Stephan Franklin said this year's recruitment has been the ...
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Triple Rooms Multiply in Dorms

Three is company - or a crowd - this year as increased freshmen admission rates have lead to an increase in triple dorm rooms. According to the UCSB Housing and Residential Services website, in a nor...
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Two Leggies Resign, VP Proposes a Third

In order for this week's special election for the Students' Initiative to count, 1,133 more students need to vote today by 4 p.m.
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Law Protects Newspaper Rights, Distribution

The Daily Nexus and many of its colleagues received a legal boon this summer as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill protecting college publications' freedom from censorship and another bill creat...
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Come Live in UCSB’s Big Blue House

Your room lacks the familiar feel and smell of home. Your resident assistant doesn't read you bedtime stories, and if she or he does, the voices aren't as good as the ones your dad did.Your bathroom i...
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UC Santa Cruz Chancellor Dies Unexpectedly Amidst Criticism

In what appears to be a suicide, UC Santa Cruz Chancellor Denice Dee Denton fell from the roof of a 43-story luxury apartment in San Francisco called The Paramount on June 24.
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Leggies Vote to Support L.A. Farmers

The 2006-07 Associated Students Legislative Council held its first full meeting yesterday to discuss various resolutions, including one asking the University of California Regents to sever ties with t...
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