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UC’s Newest Admits Increase in Number; SAT Scores Decrease

The University of California accepted a record number of freshmen applicants this year at its nine undergraduate campuses, totaling 55,242 admissions UC-wide.
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UC Settles Stock Fraud Lawsuit With Citigroup

The University of California was awarded $13.25 million in a settlement with Citigroup last Thursday after it alleged that the corporation was involved with the fraudulent inflation of WorldCom, Inc. ...
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Survey Results Heat Up Debate Over Possible Meal Rollover System

Due to high student demand, the Residence Hall Association and UCSB Dining Services are currently considering the implementation of "rollovers" in student meal plans.
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Quarters Tape Is Money for Students

Appearing on VH1, the Bravo television network and a Dutch KFC commercial, UCSB students Zach Hart and Jon Poser have climbed to celebrity status, all with the flip of a coin.
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Court Unanimously Backs Recruiters on University Campuses

The U.S. Supreme Court decided yesterday to uphold a law prohibiting federally funded universities and colleges from banning military recruiters on campus. The court unanimously voted to uphold the 19...
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UC Recoops in Biotech Lawsuit

The University of California announced yesterday that it has finally settled its lawsuit against Monsanto Co., a biotechnology product developer, for allegedly infringing upon University patent rights...
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Shiebler Accepts New Position in A.S. Leg Council

The Associated Students Legislative Council swore into office newly appointed Executive Vice President of Statewide Affairs Bill Shiebler last night and approved a resolution opposing the U.S. governm...
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’06-’07 Applicants Break Records in Numbers, Smarts

The UCSB Admissions Office received applications from a record number of would-be Gauchos yet again this year, fielding nearly 50,000 submissions for the 2006 Fall Quarter.
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Budget Cuts To Force Students to Vote on Raising Campus Fees

In order to pay their share of UC financial aid support, UCSB students will soon have to choose between completely cutting student lock-in fees or raising each one's cost.
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UCPD Searches for Missing Student

The UCSB Police Dept. (UCPD) is currently conducting an investigation into the whereabouts of Manzanita Village Residence Hall resident Nicholas Sigmon after he was reported missing Sunday afternoon.
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State Colleges To Face Lawsuit Over Out-of-State Fees

Following the example of a similar case in Kansas, several U.S. citizens have sued California, alleging the state is in violation of federal law by allowing illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition ...
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Remodeled Arbor Provides More

The university extends a branch of its on-campus dining services today with the launch of the new Arbor store, at which patrons can select from over 400 food items, including Woodstock's pizza and Sub...
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Leggies Prepare for Regents Meeting

The Associated Students Legislative Council held its last on-campus meeting of the quarter yesterday, voting to cancel its upcoming Nov. 23 meeting.
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A.S. Finance Board Funds NAACP Comedy Show With Remaining Fall Quarter Budget

The Associated Students Finance Board relinquished the last of its Fall Quarter funds yesterday after allocating $256.61 to the UCSB chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored ...
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A.S. Proposes New Financial Practices for UC Investments

After hearing an annual auditor's report on its funds, the Associated Students Legislative Council unanimously passed a resolution urging the University of California to change its own finances by pul...
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