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Students Film Mock Protest as Part of Upcoming Gaviota Preservation Movie

A swarm of chanting students descended on Storke Tower Saturday morning to protest coastline development and, while their cause was real, their cries of "Gaviota lives!" were actually scripted for a m...
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Bells Bounce Back From Brief Break

Storke Tower's bells came back to life late Monday afternoon following a long period of silence and a malfunction that is still unexplained.
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Greenhouse Repairs Bud Hope

Hiding in a forest of over fifty fruit trees near Harder Stadium, the UCSB Greenhouse and Garden thrives as a place where students, faculty and community members cultivate their own vegetation.
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Fair Highlights Campus’ Organic Options

Health food lovers had the opportunity to try numerous free samples at the Organic Foods Fair yesterday, which included various helpings of soymilk and yerba mate for its attendees.
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Conservation Week Comes to Campus

Presenting events such as a pie-throwing contest, the Clean Energy Carnival and a variety of other programs, campus organizers hope to increase future conservation efforts by hosting the UCSB Campus S...
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