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Sea Squirt Serves as Transplant Model

Researchers at UCSB suggest that further study into the natural transplantation process of the sea squirt species Botryllus schlosseri could provide crucial insight into how to avoid transplant reject...
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Leg Council Funds A.S. Votetopia

Associated Students Legislative Council discussed A.S. Election Committee’s funding for their “Votetopia” campaign to mobilize student participation in the Spring Election during last night’s ...
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Suggested Fee To Fund UCen Reconfiguration

A measure on the online Spring Election ballot asks for $14 per student per quarter — $3.50 is for return to aid — to transform the third floor of the University Center into a “stud...
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Campus Offers Obscure Majors

Although it is no secret that UCSB offers majors such as English and engineering, it is easy to be oblivious of the more obscure fields offered on campus.
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Sigma Nu Returns to Campus After Previous Shutdown

Sigma Nu fraternity is reinstating its UCSB chapter this quarter for the first time since 2008.
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Creative ‘Couples’ Cut Corners

“This is a marriage of convenience, not a wedding,” student matchmaking website whypaytuition. com advertises.
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UC Students Petition to Receive State Support

Volunteers from the University of California Student Association are circulating petitions at each UC campus that ask Gov. Jerry Brown to sign the California D.R.E.A.M. Act into law. ...
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Apple Apps Share Personal User ID

Over half of Apple’s iPhone applications leak user information without direct consent, according to a recent study co-authored by UCSB computer science professor Giovanni Vigna.
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Annual Tour Sheds Light on Unsafe Areas

Campus administrators and authorities met yesterday for the second annual campus Lighting & Safety walk to discover potentially hazardous or dimly lit walkways on campus.
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Maya Research Resumes

UCSB signed an agreement with Belizean dignitaries yesterday to launch a new collaborative preservation program in the ancient Maya city of El Pilar.
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Professor Earns Recognition

UCSB electrical engineering professor Mark Rodwell recently received the Doluca Family Chair in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
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