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Summit To Host Black Leaders To Network and Promote Organizations

Shannon Ham Staff Writer   UCSB First Committee is hosting their second annual Black Leaders Summit event today from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Mosher Alumni House. UCSB First is a volunteer student...
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Foundation Awards Prestigious Fellowship to Assistant Professor

David Weld, assistant professor of physics at UCSB, has been awarded a two-year $50,000 fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to aid and further his research. Founded in 1934, the Alfred Sloa...
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Senator Jackson Proposes New Legislation Banning Specific Assault Weapons, Aims for Gun Reform

State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, who represents the 19th senatorial district — encompassing Santa Barbara County and parts of Ventura County — recently introduced a bill intended to ban certain ...
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UCSB To Offer New Business Degree

UCSB’s Technology Management Program has been granted full academic-unit status and will be offering students a graduate degree in business starting in the fall of 2014. The program, which is part o...
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Alleged Hazing Injury Forces Shutdown of Campus Team

After decades of participating in National Collegiate Water Ski competitions, the UCSB Waterski and Wakeboard team has been suspended by the university due to allegations of hazing. The UCSB Recreatio...
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Efforts to Fence Del Playa Cliffs Underway; Info Event This Friday

In the wake of accidental deaths resulting from cliff falls along Isla Vista, the Associated Students External Vice President of Local Affairs is collaborating with other local groups and community me...
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UCSB Boasts Increase In Diversity Through Minority Applicants

This year, UCSB received a record number of applicants — numbering 76,026 — and showed a 14 percent increase in the number of applications from underrepresented minority students, reflecting a nat...
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Carsey-Wolf Center Promotes Film Preservation Via Screenings

UCSB’s Carsey-Wolf Center will screen the 1950’s crime and drama film “The Hoodlum” tonight at 7 p.m. in the Pollock Theater as part of “The Future of the Past: The Art and Philosophy of Fil...
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Schedule for 2013 Santa Barbara International Film Festival Revealed

The 28th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival will begin on Jan. 24 at the Arlington Theatre, honoring several prominent members of the film industry and introducing new films to the publi...
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Author Susan Cain To Speak at Campbell Hall

New York Times best-selling author Susan Cain will speak on the strengths and capabilities that introverts con- tribute to today’s society in a UCSB Arts & Lectures event tonight at 8 p.m. in Ca...
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New Social Network Aims To Connect Students, Professors Across UC System

A new social networking website specific to the UC system was launched last month as a virtual unifier encouraging communication between students, professors and alumni through one-on-one video chats....
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