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New Print Lab to Open in Music Library this Spring

A new print lab will open in the Music Library this Spring Quarter, the Collaborate Student Support Center announced Wednesday.
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A.S. Senate Passes Conference Budget Cap in Effort to Reduce Student Fees

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate passed a bylaw on Wednesday aimed at decreasing student fees by capping the amount that student groups spend on off-campus conferences.
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Construction Leads Expect Bike Lanes to Reopen in Spring

Students can expect to bike by the library again when Spring Quarter rolls around.
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Vista Point: The Goings-On in I.V.

FNL Improvability will ditch the improv this Friday and perform scripted sketches in Embarcadero Hall during their 8 p.m. show. Tickets to the 8 p.m. show are $3. They will resume performing improv du...
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Senate Meeting Focuses on Displaced Students, Deltopia

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate passed three resolutions Wednesday concerning students displaced by Del Playa cliff erosion, the Isla Vista festival ordinance and Deltopia advertisements.
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A.S. Aims to Lower Student Fees

Associated Students is currently considering two referendums and a bylaw change aimed at decreasing student fees, which currently total $200.22 per student each quarter.
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Newly Renovated Faculty Club Opens Its Doors

The Club & Guest House, formerly known as the Charles Moore Faculty Club, held its grand opening Jan. 31 after undergoing extensive renovation and expansion since 2014.
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All-Around Sustainability Gets UCSB ‘Gold Rating’

UC Santa Barbara received an award recognizing it for creating an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable campus.
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Basketball Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

The women’s basketball team is inviting all game attendees to kneel during the national anthem Saturday, kicking off Black History Month with an act of protest against social injustice.
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Capps Donates 20 Years of Documents to Library

Lois Capps, former congresswoman for the United States who retired in November, has donated 20 years’ worth of documents to the UC Santa Barbara Library’s Special Research Collections.
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In Photos: Women’s March Takes on Los Angeles

Laverne Cox, Miley Cyrus, and Barbara Streisand were a few of the many celebrities who made speeches, though the intense crows made it impossible for most to see or hear. These protests were held on e...
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Students March Through Rains Against Inauguration of 45th President

The protest, organized by the Student Activist Network, marched from Campbell Hall through the UCSB Library before making a stop at Storke Tower, after which they marched down Pardall Road to Anisq'Oy...
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Despite Calif. Rains, SB Sees No Drought Relief

Lake Cachuma, now filled to only 9.2 percent capacity, is unlikely to see significant changes in its water level.
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UCSB Freshmen Applicants Hit All-Time Record in 2017 for New Class

UCSB has set a record for the highest number of first-year applicants, up six percent from last year with a total of 81,782 applications.
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ESTEEM Program to Guide Engineering Students

UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering has introduced a new program to support engineering students, funded by a $4.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
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