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Weeklong Events Promote Healthy Body Image

"It was a game for me to see how little I could eat, to see how long I could go before I couldn't resist food anymore. It was a personal challenge. I never saw myself as anorexic," said one UCSB first...
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New Web Site Evaluates Professors

A new Web site aims to assist students with picking their professors, based on the grades the instructors give out. UCLA alumni Mike Moradi and Brandon Sos launched theCampusBuddy.com for UCSB this mo...
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UCSB Loses Tobacco Co. Grant

Tobacco company Philip Morris USA, Incorporated has awarded over $16 million in combined grants for tobacco-related research to seven UC campuses - although UCSB is no longer attached to such funding.
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UCSB Events Focus on Green Issues

In a bid to face the challenges global warming poses to planet Earth, UCSB - in conjunction with over 1,000 other campuses around the country - will begin a series of events today to discuss possible ...
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Alert System To Aid in Campus Safety

In order to avoid confusion during a possible campus-wide emergency - like the events that occurred at Virginia Tech - the university has brought the UCSB Alert system online.
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Award-Winning Author Lectures at Campbell Hall

From intersex characters to teenage suicide, Pulitzer Prize winning author Jeffrey Eugenides shared his varied sources of inspiration and personal approaches to writing during an exclusive discussion ...
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RA Info Meetings To Finish This Week

Scores of students hoping for free room and board next year are aiming to join the ranks of the Office of Residential Life & Housing resident assistants for the round-the-clock job.
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San Diego Business’ New Custom Cruisers To Send Gaucho Pride Mobile

The Collegiate Bicycle Company has added UCSB to the ranks of various universities and greek organizations that have adopted bicycles as a new means of flaunting school pride.
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Grant To Create Database of Reserve’s Wildlife

Student birdwatchers and university ecologists alike will soon receive a more in-depth account of the local estuary thanks to a recent allocation of $4,000 to the Devereux Slough Monitoring Program.
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Daily Bruin Inquiry of Selection Shows Alleged Misconduct

The University of California, Los Angeles, has become the center of controversy this week after an article published in the campus newspaper alleged favoritism and bribery in regard to admission for t...
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Provocative Art Exhibit Focuses on Human Body as Medium

Coverage of art exhibit, “I am the Medium.” The article on the art exhibit can be viewed here.
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Provocative Art Exhibit Focuses on Human Body as Medium

In her video, Dutch artist Mathilde ter Heijne throws an effigy of herself over a bridge as a symbol of empowerment through staged suicide.
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Doctor Starts Series of Holocaust Lectures

Today marks the first in a series of lectures addressing the Holocaust by honoring noted Nazi opposition leader and Santa Barbara resident George J. Wittenstein.
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