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Employee Steps Down

Elizabeth Downing retired from her post as director of Student Health Services earlier this month after holding the position for five years.
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Queer Fair Takes Over Pardall Road

The Queer Student Union wrapped up its annual Pride Week with a festival spanning Pardall Road on Saturday.
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Chemist Gets Grant From Foundation

UCSB assistant professor of chemistry Dr. Trevor W. Hayton has been awarded a prestigious two-year Sloan Research Fellowship worth $50,000.
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Bizarre Act Spurs Scan of Support Resources

The recent incident at South Hall has renewed concern over campus mental health services, which officials say are severely lacking in funds.
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Campbell To House UC Forum

The UC Commission on the Future will convene at UCSB today to discuss how the University aims to survive despite suffocating budget squeezes.
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UCSB To Offer H1N1 Vaccines

Over 500 students have reported H1N1 flu symptoms to UCSB's Student Health Services over the past two weeks.
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Students Start Program to Educate Elementary Kids

A new UCSB student organization was recently founded to promote environmental education among first and second grade students.
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“Don’t Ask” Rule Stirs Controversy

Yesterday, researchers from the UCSB Palm Center revealed through Pentagon data that the U.S. military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy -- which punishes gay members of the military for disclosing th...
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UCSB Awaits Swine Flu

With the aggressive H1N1 influenza virus hitting college campuses nationwide, UCSB has begun preparing for a potential outbreak on campus.
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Need to speak to an academic advisor? Need help writing an essay? Need to see a doctor? The Daily Nexus provides you with the "How to."
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Films To Honor Ellison

Before the Film & Media Studies Dept. packs its bags and moves to a new building, students and faculty will say goodbye to Ellison Hall with a film screening.
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Films Eye Mideast Strife

After 10 days of Middle Eastern movie screenings and related guest speakers, the third annual Israeli-Palestinian Film Festival will draw to a close tomorrow.
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Campaign Begs Beach-goers to Clean Up

Efforts to promote a more sustainable Floatopia 2 continue with the recently initiated Leave No Trace campaign, which seeks to curb the severe environmental impact of the Isla Vista beach festival.
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A.S. Discusses Next Year’s Budget

At last night's Associated Students Legislative Council meeting, the table spent several hours discussing the Associated Students Budget for 2009-10.
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Council Unseats Election Hopefuls

Last night, the Associated Students Legislative Council removed three members -- two of whom are current election candidates -- from Finance Board before tackling the topic of racism.
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