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A.S. Orders Red Cross Club Move to New Location

After holding its meeting in the same room for the past five years, the UCSB Red Cross Club was recently forced by Associated Students to relocate.
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A.S. Acquires New Space for Offices

Associated Students will expand its offices this Spring Quarter into what will become "The Annex" - also known as Building 434.
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UCSB Greeks Fundraise to Fight AIDS in Africa

In a "Legends of the Hidden Temple"-style obstacle course - and other events of UCSB's Greek Week - fraternities and sororities will compete to raise money to help ease Africa's AIDS pandemic and prov...
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Workout Program Pumps Up Staff

Since the launch of FitSquad, UCSB staff and faculty members are squeezing big fitness into tiny breaks and lunch hours.
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UCSB Boasts Most Registered Voters

As voter registration came to a close Tuesday, UCSB students proved once again they know how to rock the vote.
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Interfraternity Council Elects Board Members

Following a tabulation of votes from Sunday's election, the Interfraternity Council welcomed its newest members to the governing board, which oversees various greek affairs.
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TPS Proposes Increased Fees to Fund Structures

Claiming the current lock-in fee can no longer pay for night and weekend parking for students, Transportation and Parking Services is proposing to raise the undergraduate night and weekend parking loc...
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KCSB Launches Annual Funding Drive

In a 10-day extravaganza of musical performances and broadcasts, KCSB 91.9 FM's annual fund drive aims to garner pledges and support from the campus and local community.
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Halloween Weekend Sees Decreased Arrests

Authorities stationed in Isla Vista this past weekend saw a moderate change in activity during the Halloween festivities this year...
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Residence Halls To Host Sober Halloween Events

Providing UCSB students with the option of a sober Halloween, residence halls are offering a variety of alternatives to the Isla Vista tradition with a "Monster Mash," carnivals, pumpkin carving and c...
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