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UCSB Ponders Online Readers

In the hopes of lessening students' financial strain, UCSB recently launched an online survey to gauge interest in discarding course readers in exchange for electronic documents.
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A Week and a Half Later, Only Ashes Remain

For Professor Richard Applebaum, sifting through the remains of what once was his home and planning for an uncertain future has become a full time job.
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New Tool Helps Inform UCSB Hopefuls

The University of California recently launched an online financial aid estimator for prospective students.
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New Pilar Dig Site Opens

Twenty-five years ago, a UCSB explorer discovered ancient Maya ruins straddling the border between Guatemala and Belize. This Wednesday, the site will officially become the first archaeological peace ...
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Travel Agency Departs Campus

The Student Travel Association has abruptly packed its bags and closed its shop in the University Center.
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Flower Guy Gets Fresh Start in I.V.

The floral oasis that once brightened the foyer of the University Center is no more.
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Full Audio Interview with Three 6 Mafia.

Audio interview with Three 6 mafia.
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Three 6 Mafia Speaks With Nexus on Politics, Perks, Parties

The Daily Nexus sat down with rap recording artists DJ Paul and Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia prior to their Saturday night performance in Storke Plaza.
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A.S. Welcomes Three 6 Mafia

Dirty South beats will dominate Storke Plaza on Saturday when Three 6 Mafia - the only rap group to ever win an Oscar - brings its Memphis sound to UCSB students. Three 6 Mafia - best known for the a...
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Meeting Sees Few Student Attendees

A public forum held in Isla Vista Theater last night for the UCSB Long Range Development Plan - a campuswide construction plan that directly impacts the future of UCSB - was attended by just one stude...
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Hittin’ and Quittin’ Satisfies Urges

There is a point preceding every casual Isla Vista hookup when it becomes apparent your sassy dance moves have paid off, and you will be rewarded with a night of unruly bonage. In fact, we college stu...
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Step Dance Celebration Honors Black Culture

Amid hits thrown down by DJ Bad, dance troupes stomped the Lagoon Lawn yesterday in front of a roaring crowd to celebrate the annual Black Culture Week.
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Campus Carnival Commemorates Israel Autonomy

Partaking in various activities ranging from henna tattoo art to eating falafel, several students gathered on campus yesterday to celebrate Israel's 60th anniversary as an independent nation.
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Teams Remember Cancer Patients at Relay for Life

Over 1,300 participants generated more than $70,200 for the American Cancer Society this weekend by walking, running and camping out over a 24-hour period to fight cancer.
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Cancer Takes Life of UCSB African History Professor

Robert Collins, professor emeritus of history at UCSB, passed away last Friday at the age of 75.
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