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Carnival Cultivates Campus and Community Connectivity

The third annual Pardall Carnival will take place this Saturday in Isla Vista to bring students and local residents together to learn more about various campus groups and businesses. The UCSB Associat...
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Campus Transport Advisors Discuss Parking Proposal

The Parking Ratepayers Board, part of UCSB Transportation and Parking Services, met yesterday in the Chancellor’s Conference Room to discuss impending rate increases for on-campus parking lots. The ...
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UC Deals With Slashed Funding

The UC Office of the President recently released its annual report on UC system-wide employee compensation, highlighting the decline in state funding but also showing an increase in revenue generated ...
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App Helps Students Navigate Campus

Incoming UCSB freshmen struggling to discern the difference between Girvetz Hall and Gevirtz Graduate School of Education can now locate their classes through the recently-released iPhone and iPod app...
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Regents Further Increases Fees

Following a $650 million cut in UC funding in California’s recently approved state budget, the UC Board of Regents approved an additional 9.6 percent increase in tuition — to be implemented Fall 2...
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Brown Denies Proposed Cuts to UC Budget

California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the state legislature’s proposed 2011-2012 budget last Friday to prevent a revised $650 million cut to UC funding.
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A.S. Elections Investigation Denies Second Student Appeal

Associated Students Judicial Council denied a second appeal from a group of Open People’s Party representatives contesting A.S. Elections Committee’s allegations that members of the party furnishe...
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Student Support Ensures ESS Restoration

University of California, Santa Barbara Dean of Social Sciences Melvin Oliver recently confirmed that the Exercise and Sports Science Dept. will continue offering classes through the upcoming 2011-12 ...
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A.S. Reps To Meet, Discuss Lee Resolution

The newly elected representatives of Associated Students Legislative Council will meet for the first time today after securing their positions in last month’s Spring elections. Among the issues disc...
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Zombie Debates Result in Victory for Biology

Professor John Latto of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology emerged victorious at last night’s Zombie Debates, which filled the University Center Hub to a maximum capacity of 800 and engaged six p...
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UCEAP Passes Baton to UCSB, Campus To Assume Leadership

UCSB administrators and the UC signed a Memorandum of Understanding giving control of the UC Education Abroad Program to UCSB campus administration. The agreement was signed by Chancellor Henry T. Yan...
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Legislative Council Discusses Next Year’s Budget

Associated Students Legislative Council spent the majority of last night’s meeting discussing the specifics of their impacted 2011-2012 budget. Next year’s proposed budget contains $284,953 in una...
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Esteemed UCSB Grad Student Passes Away

UCSB physics graduate student and teaching assistant Mananya Tantiwiwat passed away on April 18 after a three-year battle with breast cancer. She was 28 years old. Tantiwiwat, known to friends and fam...
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Two New Fees Make The Cut, Many Reaffirmed

Last week’s campus-wide Associated Students Spring Elections yielded two new undergraduate student fees as well as cuts to long-standing programs. Students approved a $4.24 per quarter increase to t...
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A.S. Invests In Internet, Talks I.V. Annex Plans

Associated Students Legislative Council discussed topics ranging from funding Santa Barbara Hillel to investing money in a Chinese Internet provider during last night’s three-hour meeting. Having be...
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