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A Forest Fit for Monarchs

The monarch butterflies at Ellwood may have had a tough year, having to weather a second year of drought conditions, less growth of a plant critical to their survival and unfavorable wind conditions t...
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Nagel Resigns, Regents Agree to Legal Terms

Three top administrators from the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and the Office of Academic Personnel are leaving their positions in July.
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UC Removes Two Students From EAP

Two University of California students were withdrawn from the Education Abroad Program in Egypt earlier this week for their involvement in the Church of the Nativity siege, though they are still able ...
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I Think Writer Jane Austen …

It happens every time. The guy asks what I am reading. I say Jane Austen. He cringes and cries out that her books are only about "women wanting to find rich husbands."
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UC Releases Phone Tap Audit Report

After nearly a year of investigation, UC and UCSB auditors released a report investigating charges of phone tapping in office of Executive Vice Chancellor Ilene Nagel.
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Rival Parties Clash in A.S. Over Budget

It took about five hours, but the Gauchoholic Party concluded Wednesday night's marathon Associated Students Legislative Council meeting with a victory and a 2002-2003 budget that cuts all funding to ...
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UC Unions Unite for May Day Protest

University of California union representatives and students gathered in Storke Plaza on the first of the month to celebrate International Workers Day, or May Day.
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Fields of Dreams Intiative Fails

On this week's spring ballots, the $1.75 Women's Center and MultiCultural Center lock-in fees passed, and the $33.83 Sports and Activity Facility lock-in fee failed, but the margins are still unknown.
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Grad Students Pass Five New Fees, New Constituion for GSA

A record 900 graduate students passed five lock-in fees and approved an item that amends the Graduate Student Association (GSA) constitution with a new constitution.
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UCSB Provides Organic Garden Plots

The campus organic garden sits on two acres and provides a place where students, faculty and staff can rent plots for growing flowers, vegetables or fruit for less than $30 a year.
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Economist Locates Unused UC Funds, Suggests Pay Raise

An economist hired by a University union to hunt for extra dollars within the UC found $2 billion that employees want for raises - but the University says it does not have the money to boost salaries.
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Analysts Say UC Fees Due for Increase

A Sacramento agency released a recommendation last Wednesday that has the potential to increase University of California undergraduate student fees.
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Yehoshua Calls for Separation in the Middle East

Israeli playwright and Hebrew Literature Professor AB Yehoshua, often referred to as "the William Faulkner of Israeli literature," spoke to a crowd in Corwin Pavilion on Sunday.
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UC Briefs: February 22, 2002

UCLA housing services changed its policy that excluded domestic same-sex partners from university-owned housing earlier this month, following UC President Richard Atkinson's announcement clarifying el...
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Last Dance With the Monarch Butterflies

Come March, the hundreds of thousands of monarch butterflies that occupy areas of the Ellwood Groce will be no more. So put on your walking shoes and head over to the one of Santa Barbara's most treas...
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