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Association Honors UCSB’s Harthorn

Barbara Herr Harthorn, a master of interdisciplinary studies and a UCSB women's studies professor, combines gender, race, class and media issues - all under the umbrella of nanotechnology.
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UCSB Dean Wins Award for Water Quality Findings

With projects spanning the globe, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management Associate Dean John Melack's work on water quality has recently earned him a national fellowship.
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Physics Professor Receives Fellow Award for Research

As a kid, Jeffrey Richman spent a lot of time around both particle accelerators and dockyards.
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Physicists Snap Images of Tiny Galaxy

Using Albert Einstein's cosmic magnifying glass, UCSB researchers have spied one of the smallest known galaxies in the universe.
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Research Dive Reveals Forgotten Kelp Forests

Although $100,000 worth of equipment was damaged during their expedition in the Pacific Ocean west of Ecuador, a crew of UCSB graduate students made a surprising discovery this past year when they fou...
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Business Fair Focuses on Entrepreneurship

A few students and a gaggle of innovators spent Cinco de Mayo in Corwin Pavilion at the Small Business Success Forum, which featured local politicians and business owners.
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Individual Illegally Throws Out Copies of UCSB Newspaper

An unidentified male took over 100 copies of the Daily Nexus yesterday from the stand in front of the Buchanan Hall coffee cart, throwing some away and bagging the rest.
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Group Seeks to Diversify UC System

In 2006, only 6.2 percent of California-resident African American students and 6.5 percent of Latino students were eligible for the University of California.
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Groups Gather to Warm Up for MTV Contest

It's getting hot in here, so a few campus groups are coming together to fight global warming by competing in an MTV-hosted competition for environmental sustainability.
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Holy Fines, Batman! Learn to Park Your Batmobile

If you decide to bring a car to school this year, you'll find that parking on campus - not to mention outrageous Santa Barbara gas prices - will certainly have a slimming effect on your wallet.
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Festival To Celebrate Environment, Community

After months of planning, a venue change and bounds of advertising, Chilla Vista is set to rock, educate and even recreate the Isla Vista community.
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Campus Christians Explore Local Impressions of Jesus

After several weeks of collecting material on campus and in Isla Vista, the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship held a video presentation last night about students' varying views on Jesus.
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Fight Night Attracts, Raises Thousands

By 6:30 p.m., the line had worked its way from the Thunderdome entrance to the Pardall tunnel. Ring girls dressed in gold bikini tops, mini gold-striped boxing shorts and high heels patiently waited b...
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Q’s Hosts Fight Night Weigh-In

Boxers participating in Pi Kappa Alpha's (PIKE) 15th annual Fight Night had a chance to scope out their competition at the pre-fight weigh-in last night, held at Q's Sushi-a-Go-Go on State Street.
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SB Students Remember Armenian Genocide

Roughly 120 people went to I.V. Theater last night for an Armenian Students Association-sponsored commemoration of the Armenian Genocide - a massacre, many attendees said, that the responsible parties...
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