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Students Rally for Affordability

UC students are participating in a statewide “Day of Action” demonstration tomorrow in response to Governor Jerry Brown’s revised 2011-12 budget proposal’s extended cuts to UC funding. The pro...
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U.S. Changes Campus Sex Crime Code

The U.S. Dept. of Education’s Office for Civil Rights recently implemented a series of new federal regulations decreasing the amount of evidence necessary to substantiate claims of sexual harassment...
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U.S. Changes Campus Sex Crime Code

The U.S. Dept. of Education’s Office for Civil Rights recently implemented a series of new federal regulations decreasing the amount of evidence necessary to substantiate claims of sexual harassment...
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Site Chronicles Student Work

UCSB undergraduates established a blog earlier this school year featuring the ideas, experiments and findings of 11 student researchers. The blog serves as a public outlet for research discoveries, pr...
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Program Hopes to Help Students Reach College

An emerging campus program known as “College Bound” is proposing the establishment of a new lock-in fee in the upcoming Associated Students Spring Election. College Bound is an on-campus organizat...
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Fees Return for Approval, Crowd Ballot

Various campus programs and organizations are asking for the reaffirmation of 31 separate lock-in fees totaling to about $552 per year in the upcoming Spring Election. All referenda were approved in p...
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Internet Profiles Influence College Admission Picks

Students who publicize their recreational drug use habits or bedroom romps on social net- works should be wary of the potential impact on their edu- cational prospects.
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Executives Share Media Expertise

UC Santa Barbara’s Carsey-Wolf Center for film and media studies will host a day-long conference about the digital distribution revolution tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in the Pol...
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TGIF Fee Sustains Projects

The Green Initiative Fund will award around $150,000 in grants to select UCSB students, staff or faculty for their sustainable project proposals this year.
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University Legislature Reviews Latest Events, Financial Difficulties

The UCSB Faculty Legislature met yesterday to discuss current university issues.
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University Looks for Next Student Regent

The UC Board of Regents will accept applications for the 2012-13 Student Regent until Feb. 17.
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Renowned Writer To Speak at UCSB

Award-winning author Sandra Cisneros will present a free lecture on diversity tonight at 7 p.m. in Campbell Hall.
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Stealthy Shoppers Inspect UCen

UCSB has employed commercial spies for the last 16 years — it’s possible you could be standing right next to one at this moment and not even know.
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Eminent Historian Traces Trends in Conservatism

UCSB history professor Laura Kalman recently published a book that she spent the last 30 years writing and researching.
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Experts Join to Evaluate Oil Disaster

A group of executives will discuss the legal and environmental ramifications of the BP oil spill this evening at 5:30 in the Mosher Alumni House.
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