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Selling Off Your Arm, Leg and Spleen for a Quality Education

I walked into the Isla Vista Bookstore on Monday afternoon with a bantamweight bank account and high hopes. I left a half an hour later a confused and broken man.
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Regents Award Raises to Officials, Discuss Budget

The University of California Board of Regents raised salaries for top UC officials Wednesday after considering a host of budget-slashing options in response to California's economic slowdown.
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Regents Pass Admissions Policy, 13-2

The "Comprehensive Admissions Review," unanimously recommended by the UC Assembly of the Academic Senate on Oct. 30, allows campuses to admit all eligible students on criteria not limited to academic ...
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Filipino Club Wins Teamwork Award

UCSB's Kapatirang Pilipino club now has a four-foot tall trophy to prove its spirit. KP won first place overall in the 15th annual "Friendship Games" Saturday at Cal State Fullerton.
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UC To Face Budget Cut for ’02-’03

After seven years without raising undergraduate student fees, the regents talked of fee hikes along with a host of possible cost-cutting methods Wednesday in their meeting at UC San Francisco.
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mi6 | Lunchbox | Kung Fu Records

mi6's second album Lunchbox comes complete with fire-roasted lyrics, deep-fried power-punk guitar and a side of strange-ass confessions.
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Vargas Hits Canvas In Court

I used to have a word to describe World Boxing Association junior middleweight champion Fernando Vargas: thug. I now have a more concrete description: felon.
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Bookstore Sells Custom Computers

Bookstore Computer Dept. Assistant Manager Clayton Riness, who spearheaded the project, said some customers complained about the Dell computers, which, he said, have trouble handling high workload lev...
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A Whirlwind Tour of Unemployment, Poverty and Violence

Trip was two weeks of exposing us to the complexity of problems in Eastern Europe and Israel and the need for tolerance among all groups.
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Freeloading at UCSB, or How To Get Your Eating Essentials on the University’s Tab

In college, simply filling your stomach can be an arduous adventure. There are thousands of ways to spend money locally, and especially downtown, mostly at overpriced bars and restaurants.
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A Letter From the Editor ex-Editor

"So, Ted, did being Editor in Chief make you a more tolerant or less tolerant person?" I had to think hard about the question because I wanted to answer honestly.
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Falsehood | Falsehood

Falsehood has a truly sharp edge.
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Council Reviews Marine Sanctuary Changes

After two years of attempted collaboration between local environmentalists and fishermen, plans to extend the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary are still floundering.
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Justice Is Neither Blind Nor Cheap if You Lack Privilege

Frank was charged with burglary and dubbed "the hot prowler" of Winter Break (a hot prowler is a burglar who is seen while committing the crime). There was only one problem: He didn't steal anything.
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UCSB Expands Bandwidth to Increase ResNet Speed

In response to a continuing stream of on-campus resident complaints of snail-pace Internet traffic, UCSB's Housing and Residential Services has taken several steps since summer to plug students in to ...
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