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UC Officials Call for Cuts

Confronted with an unprecedented $800 million budget deficit for the 2009-10 school year, University of California officials are considering salary reductions and furloughs to compensate for this over...
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UCSB To Score Fuel Cell

The leading supplier of Southern California's electricity has chosen UCSB to serve as a guinea pig for a new sustainable energy technology.
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Failed Props Yield UC Cuts

With the rejection of Propositions 1A through 1E in Tuesday's statewide special election, the University of California must deal with another spike in its ever-growing budget gap, officials say.
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Green ‘Hero’ To Lecture

William McDonough - an architect who has received international fame as a leader in environmentally and economically sustainable design - will give a free on-campus lecture this evening about intellig...
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Campus To Cut Classes

Looming budget restraints may force certain UCSB departments to offer fewer courses during the 2009-10 academic school year.
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Festival Features Local Agriculture

Green thumbed students, faculty and community members alike gathered this weekend to celebrate nearly 40 years of green gardening at UCSB.
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Dalai Lama Scholars To Speak for Hope, Peace

As UCSB counts down to the Dalai Lama's visit, two scholars will pave the way for his arrival as they unpack the global icon's political and religious philosophies tonight in Campbell Hall.
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Feds Give Life to New Research

After eight years in the cold, stem cell research is poised to benefit from the open support of the Obama administration.
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Renowned Writer Visits UCSB

Political journalist and best-selling author William Greider will lecture on the effects of current U.S. economic policy in Campbell Hall tonight at 7:30.
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Yang To Decide On Student Unit Fees

Beginning next year, students may be required to shell out an additional fee for every single unit of their UCSB education.
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Suicide Attempts Concern Officials

Student suicide attempts are on the rise at UCSB according to campus mental health experts.
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UC Profits From Patent Technology

While UCSB has felt the constraints of campus budget cuts, the Office of Technology Transfer has continued to issue patents and reap the rewards generated from new technologies.
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Officials Pause Ocean Road Proposal

Plans to demolish Ocean Road this year have been postponed amid mounting public pressure to halt the housing project's rapid progression.
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A.S. Hosts RecycleMania

UCSB will undergo a green makeover this winter during the ninth annual RecycleMania competition.
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C.A.S.E. Receives $300K for Classes

Thanks to a $300,000 grant, UCSB's College Alcohol and Substance Education program will be offering students a more intimate group experience to discuss their exploits.
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