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New Freshmen Registration to Increase

The University of California released statistics yesterday about the number of freshmen who will be attending the nine undergraduate UC campuses in fall 2006.
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Leggies End Term, Swear In Officers

The 2005-06 Associated Students Legislative Council shed a few tears at yesterday's meeting as its members bid their final farewells.
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Leggies Pass Facebook, Lighting Resolutions

Yesterday marked the last meeting of the 2005-06 Associated Students Legislative Council before turnover next week, when newly elected members will be sworn in. At their meeting, the Leggies passed tw...
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A.S. Passes Budget; Reps Fear Shortages

After three hours of debate, the Associated Students Legislative Council unanimously approved the 2006-07 A.S. Budget at its meeting Wednesday night, while one member of the council chose to resign he...
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Immigration Protests Gain A.S. Support

After roughly 40 student protesters marched earlier in the day to support immigration rights, the Associated Students Legislative Council passed a resolution last night allowing A.S. staff to miss wor...
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Finance Board Repeals Funds From TGIF

Before distributing funds to six on-campus groups, the Associated Students Finance Board revoked a $200 allocation to The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) campaign at its meeting Monday.
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Leggies Approve Noise Amendment

At yesterday's Associated Students Legislative Council meeting, council members approved two resolutions and listened to a presentation of survey results concerning Isla Vista's noise ordinance.
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A.S. Board Fixes Error, Funds Groups

While debating the allocation of funds to eight student groups yesterday, the Associated Students Finance Board discovered a $400 budget error. Because the board was uncertain at the beginning of thei...
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Leggies Prepare for Election, Debate Porn Nation Funding

Associated Students Legislative Council spent the majority of their brief 45-minute meeting yesterday discussing the upcoming A.S. spring election.
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Board Finances Campaigns, Groups

The Associated Students Finance Board meeting passed relatively quickly Monday afternoon, despite the funding of 15 student groups in comparison to last week's five.
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Leggies Authorize Ballot Initiatives in Marathon Meeting

In what turned out to be a six-hour long meeting, Associated Students Legislative Council passed nine bills and approved a new constitution to be placed on the spring ballot.
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A.S. Finance Board Limits Allotments, Hands Out Funds

At its Monday afternoon meeting, in addition to distributing $3,203 to on-campus organizations, the Associated Students Finance Board passed and then repeatedly debated a $750 spending cap on Spring Q...
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Shamans To Shed Light on Healing

Several shamans will present their knowledge of alternative medicines at the Fourth Conference on Global Medicine this weekend, beginning tonight in Campbell Hall.
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Bush

About 150 to 200 students gathered in Storke Plaza yesterday at noon for a protest demanding the impeachment of President George W. Bush. Rally speakers alleged that the president has overstepped his ...
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UniCamp Program Seeks Counselors for Weeklong Trip

Students interested in hiking through the San Bernardino Mountains and making a few s'mores - all for a good cause, of course - can pack up and head out with UCSB UniCamp this summer.
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