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Spring Ballot Includes MCC Fee

With Associated Students spring elections approaching, the MultiCultural Center is hoping to gain student support for a proposed $3 increase to its lock-in fee.
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East Campus Toasts Two New Cafes

Students and staff have a greater selection of food this month as two new eateries open on campus.The Courtyard Cafe, located under Parking Structure 10, opens this Monday and will share a space with ...
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Government Contemplates College Exit Examinations

A commission within the U.S. Dept. of Education is considering the implementation of a mandatory exit exam for all college and university students.
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Police To Light Up Nighttime Bike Safety

The UCSB Police Dept. (UCPD) is considering implementing a section of the California Vehicle Code currently not enforced on campus, which would require bicycles to have reflectors and lamps emitting w...
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Campus Mail Delivery Starts Again After Goleta Shootings

Campus mail services will resume at full capacity today, a week after the tragic shooting at the Goleta mail sorting facility halted regular production.
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UCSB Faculty, Staff To ‘Park It’ in Newly Opened Complex

After a two-week delay, the UCSB campus opens its new $20 million parking structure today on Mesa Road next to the Engineering and Sciences buildings.
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Program To Bring Artists To UCSB

Students, staff and faculty interested in working with artists of various media types have until Jan. 17 to nominate talent for the Visiting Artist Program.
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Greek Kickball Game Ends With Fight, Jail Time

A UCSB Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) fraternity member is still in jail today, after turning himself in to the Isla Vista Foot Patrol (IVFP) on Sunday for a felony battery charge.
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SB County Tests for Infected Mosquitoes in Various Locations

Several mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus have been found inhabiting pools of standing water countywide since the disease's first discovery in Santa Barbara in 2004.
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UCSB Suspends Law & Society Major

The Law & Society Program may place a moratorium on new major declarations for Fall 2006 in order to shrink its unusually high ratio of 750 students to just five faculty members, said Kathleen Moore, ...
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Rally Seeks Sweatshop Renunciation

Approximately 30 students and faculty members marched on the Chancellor's office yesterday at noon as part of a nationwide effort to protest the alleged use of sweatshop labor in manufacturing apparel...
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FT Holds Memorial for 04-05 Resident

Family members and friends of Terence Young, a 19-year-old UCSB student who died of heart failure on June 21, gathered for a candlelight vigil in the Fiesta room of Francisco Torres on Friday night to...
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Capps Addresses Props with Students

The Graduate Student Association lounge was packed beyond capacity last night as several students came to see congresswoman Lois Capps speak about the propositions in the upcoming statewide special el...
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Pin-Ups Pose to Perserve SB Shoreline, Greek Funds

Models in Kappa Sigma fraternity's "Girls of SB" calendar are helping to preserve the Santa Barbara coastline, one string bikini at a time. Kappa Sigma officially began selling the 12-month calendar f...
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Hillel Welcomes New Director at Start of New Year

UCSB Hillel will begin celebrations for Rosh Hashanah - the Jewish New Year - at sunset tonight, and the new year brings with it the promise of change as the organization awaits the arrival of its new...
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