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SPF Delays $10,000 Plover Fence Proposal

The Shoreline Preservation Fund tabled a $10,532 proposal that would pay for a permanent fence around a snowy plover nesting ground at the Coal Oil Point Reserve at its meeting Monday night.
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Vandalism Spree Results in $5,000 of Campus Damage

The University of California Police Dept. is looking for information about vandalism that occurred over the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend, which caused about $5,000 in damage to the campus.
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Police Arrest Fleeing Suspect Near RecCen

UCPD apprehended a man Wednesday afternoon after a car pursuit and a foot pursuit that ended on campus.
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UCSB Briefs: Jan. 23, 2002

A study in the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management has found that pollution negotiation between companies and the government has a higher rate of success in Europe than in the U.S.
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DA Did Not OK Wiretap on Campus

If Executive Chancellor Ilene Nagel's office phone was interfered with, as she claims it was last year, it could only have been done illegally by a person familiar with the UCSB phone system.
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Students Gather for Memorial

Although Leo Lydon had only attended UCSB for about three months, the approximately 250 students who showed up for his memorial Thursday night proved the positive affect one person can have on others ...
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UC Probes Intercepted Phone Calls

University Auditors and the UC General Counsel are investigating charges that two UCSB administrators' phone calls were intercepted and are looking into possible privacy or security violations that ma...
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CHO Releases 2002 Survival Guide

The UCSB Community Housing Office will release the 2002 Rental Housing Survival Guide today as a tool for students and UCSB staff who are looking for housing in the Santa Barbara area.
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GSA Demands Election Policy Revision

Graduate students passed a resolution Wednesday night that could potentially hold back graduate votes in the Spring 2002 elections and invalidate the results of the election.
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Atkinson Criticizes Use of SAT

Top UC officials and scholars convened at UCSB this weekend for a conference to discuss the SAT and to try to answer who should be admitted into the UC and by what standards.
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Leg Council Passes Position on Veneco

Associated Students passed four bills on Wednesday, including one endorsing smoking standards set by the American College Health Association and another supporting the relocation of a local oil proces...
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Tibetan Chair Talks on Culture

The Tibetans are often considered a people who have suffered under Chinese occupation and as exiles, but Tibetans have also been misrepresented by Western ideals that still consider them as "enlighten...
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Conservative Speaker Presents Views on Liberals, War Efforts

Calling Bill Clinton a "pot-smoking draft dodger" and liberals "mincing panty waste," political pundit Ann Coulter spoke to a crowd in North Hall on Thursday night, finishing her speech amidst clappin...
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UCSB Researchers Discover Island Off SB Coast

Researchers at UCSB recently discovered a submerged island off the Santa Barbara coast, which has been named Isla Calafia after a mythical queen who once ruled a Utopian island of beautiful, warrior w...
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SB Community Creates Human Flag

Approximately 6,000 people gathered in SBCC's La Playa stadium to form a human American flag to honor the victims of the attack on the World Trade Center twin towers on Sept. 11.
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