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BSU Hosts Annual Events for Black History Month

As part of its Black History Month celebrations, UCSB's Black Student Union recently launched its annual student outreach program, inviting students from underprivileged areas to explore campus.
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Study Reveals Cosmic Crash

Evidence in a recent study has revealed that a deadly comet may have crashed into Earth 13,000 years ago, raining fire down across the North American continent, wiping out whole species of prehistoric...
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Beloved Alumnus Passes Away

UCSB alumnus Jake Thorn died on Oct. 30 from complications surrounding a bone marrow transplant. The 23-year-old had been diagnosed with T-Cell lymphoma six months earlier.
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UCSB Honors Memory of Mary Low Cheadle

A memorial service was held yesterday afternoon for Mary Low Cheadle, the former first lady of UC Santa Barbara, who died this summer at the age of 92.
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Unidentified Illness Strikes UCSB Dorms

A number of campus residents are complaining of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach cramps, but says it does not feel like the typical flu. The cause of the widespread gastrointestinal sickness is ...
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UCSB Teams Lead Writing Contest

Two UCSB creative writing teams currently lead the race in a high-speed international writing competition.
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The Daily Grind

From Vienna to Paris and from New York to Seattle, coffee houses hold a significant cultural and social influence over our day-to-day lives. Whether it's a steaming latte on a cold day or a triple-sho...
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Students Gather to Stop I.V. Plan

As the Isla Vista Master Plan gets under way, a group of UCSB students has launched a grassroots effort to fight I.V.'s planned cosmetic surgery.
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Cousteau To Address Freshmen

Environmentalist and explorer Céline Cousteau will take a break from swimming with sharks and adventuring in the Andes to greet a crowd of 5,000 incoming UCSB students as this year's Convocation ...
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Study Urges Reexamination of Parasites

Parasites have long been cast aside as microscopic pests, but a recent study from UCSB is calling for a reexamination of the role these organisms play in ecosystems.
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Groups Honor Middle Eastern Culture

Storke Plaza received a Middle Eastern makeover yesterday as UCSB's first Middle Eastern Fair enveloped the square in the traditional music, aromas and aesthetics of the region.
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Fall Quarter To Ring In New Bell Class

Beginning next fall, a new class will offer a select group of students the chance to learn the bells and whistles of the chiming instrument housed within Storke Tower.
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Relay To Raise Cash for Cancer Research

For 24 hours, UCSB students and members of the local community will take to the track this weekend to combat cancer.
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Students Dive Elbow-Deep Into R.E.E.F. Education Outreach Program

In the most recent selection cycle for intern recruitment, 30 undergraduates were designated to serve as touch tank tour guides as part of the Marine Science Institute's Education Outreach Program.
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Campus Pathways Concern Disabled

A new UCSB study shows that only a third of disabled students find the on-campus walkways and bike path crossings safe, and over 70 percent believe that across-campus transportation is inadequate.
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