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UCSB Group Real Life Hosts International Justice Week to Raise Human Trafficking Awareness

UCSB Christian organization Real Life and United States-based human rights non-profit International Justice Mission are jointly hosting International Justice Week this week in an effort to shed light ...
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CA Universities Uniting in SB to Talk Sustainability

Registration is now open for the annual California Higher Education Sustainability Conference that is expected to draw hundreds of participants from across the state to UCSB next month to discuss long...
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Transit Board May Eliminate Bus Line After Evaluation Period

Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District board members discussed the possibility of getting rid of Bus Line 22 — one of the city’s oldest routes — and increasing services for other lines, inc...
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UCSB Performers Collaborate for Gauchella

The second annual Gauchella performing arts festival will take place this Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the UCSB Theater and Dance courtyard. The event, which is put on by all-female a cappella gr...
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Williams Proposes Bill to Ban Inhumane Trapping

Assemblymember Das Williams recently proposed a bill aimed at ensuring humane wildlife treatment by wildlife trapping industries. Private nuisance wildlife control operators are currently licensed by ...
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Film Uncovers Injustices, Child Slavery Driving Grenada’s Chocolate Production

Last Thursday, the Associated Students Human Rights Board screened the documentary film “Nothing Like Chocolate” followed by a Q&A session with director Kum-Kum Bhavnani, a UCSB sociology prof...
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Los Angeles DJ Duo To Perform Tonight at the Hub

The Los Angeles-based DJ duo Poolside will perform at the Hub tonight, with the surf rock band Dante Elephante kicking off the show and doors opening at 8:30 p.m. Poolside consists of Danish-born prod...
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Study Examines Plant Species Diversity In California

A new study conducted by UCSB’s National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis indicates that low plant extinction rates spanning the last 45 million years have led to more diverse plant life...
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Voters To Decide on Tax Increases, Education Funding With Prop 30

With Proposition 30 on this season’s election ballot, California voters will have the chance to determine whether California’s pub- lic education sector — including the University of California ...
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Brown Signs New Bill To Ease UC and CSU Student Tuition Hikes

Last week, Governor Jerry Brown signed the Working Families Student Fee Transparency and Accountability Act, which requires at least a 30-day notification for a proposed tuition increase and a minimum...
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UC Receives Joint Research Grant

The National Science Foundation recently awarded a grant of $3.3 million to UCSB and University of Texas at El Paso to establish a long-lasting partnership in materials research and engineering and in...
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Joint Venture To Aid Job Growth in Goleta Valley

A new collaborative effort between UCSB, Goleta city officials and local businesses is aiming to expand the field of technological entrepreneurship within the region. The Goleta Entrepreneurial Magnet...
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County Officials Seek to Revamp Local Landfill

Santa Barbara County Officials are looking to transform the Tajiguas Landfill into a more environmental- ly friendly facility while still allowing its expansion to cope with increasing amounts of wast...
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Adam Sandler To Visit Campus For Screening, Q&A

Legendary actor and comedian Adam Sandler will appear at an advanced screening of the new film “That’s My Boy” alongside his co-star Nick Swardson tonight at 7 p.m. in Campbell Hall. Though “T...
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Art Show Promotes Preservation of Santa Barbara Environment

The Pastel Society of the Gold Coast is hosting an exhibit at the UCSB Faculty Club in celebration of the unequaled beauty of campus coastlines. The “Preserving Native California” display features...
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