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UC Agrees to Give Technical, Research Workers 4.5% Raise

This summer, the University Professional Technical Employees (UPTE) union wrapped up negotiations for wage increases that began in June 2000 and concluded after 14 months of bargaining.
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UCSB Expands Control Beyond Campus Crimes

Under extended jurisdiction, UCSB students are accountable to the university for serious crimes perpetrated on or off campus.
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Memorial Honors UCSB Philanthropist

A day before he died, Don Gevirtz told lecturer Alan Wallace that he did not consider himself a compassionate person.
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Extra Fireman Requires Campus Funds

Fire Marshal John Scherri is asking that the University pay the extra $300,000 a year to pay for a fourth fire fighter.
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Horowitz Speaks on Liberal Oppression of Conservatism

Horowitz said people who share his views on the reparations movement but are afraid to express their opinions suffer under what he believes is a system of racial McCarthyism.
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Filmmaker/Lecturer Uses Speakers, Volunteerism to Educate Students

Dr. Michael Tobias has traveled all around the world filming what he considers interesting issues needing in-depth coverage and advocating animal rights.
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Local Poets To Participate in ‘Mayday’ Event to Raise Funds for UCSB Catalyst

The editors of Catalyst, UCSB's student literary magazine, give new meaning to the phrase "starving poets."
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Campus Elections Committee Receives Voting Process Complaints

Thursday's campuswide election results, which included the passage of the Student Resource Building Fee Initiative by nine votes and the failure of the Recreational Sports Fee Initiative, have since m...
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Sports Fees Wash Out; SRB Passes by 9 Votes

The Student Athletics Fee Initiative failed by 40 votes and the Recreational Sports Fee Initiative failed by 212 votes in yesterday's final Spring Election tally.
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Legal Resource, I.V. Improvements Pass; Campus Point, Activities Fees Fail

The Isla Vista Community Improvements and Legal Resource Center lock-ins passed easily in Wednesday's elections, with each getting over 70 percent of the vote, while the Student Services Activities fe...
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Lecturer, Gevirtz School Patron Passes on at 73

Ambassador Don Gevirtz, guest lecturer and UCSB donor, died Sunday in Montecito from a heart attack at the age of 73.
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Student Resource Building Fee Faces Opposition

An initiative asking students for $33.33 a quarter and $21.49 for Summer Sessions starting in 2004 is receiving an advantage because supporters of the proposal work for the Campus Elections Commission...
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Local Fraternity House To Celebrate Diversity With ‘Cultural Crossroads’

"Cultural Crossroads" will feature six acts from community and campus groups such as the Polynesian dancers, the Sherwood Players, the Chinese Lion Dance Club and a mariachi group, and begin...
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Faculty Provides Assistance for Grieving UCSB Students

Students who witnessed or knew people in the fatal car crash Friday night could be allowed extra time for academic projects, school officials said Monday.
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Maya Angelou Speaks to 2,000 at Arlington Theater

"It is important, I think, for each of us to see ourselves as lights, not just as having lights, but being lights."
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