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Home Sweet Home

When you're running through your mental list of Isla Vista food options, do you suddenly feel limited? Do you become choked by asphyxiation as the walls inch their way toward your feeble body? Please,...
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A Touch of Class

In the mood for something a little more high-class than last weekend's double kegger - perhaps something a bit more impressive for dinner with a special someone? This week, On the Menu brings the tool...
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The Italian Job

It is difficult to decide what Italy is most famous for, but, without a doubt, the food is a top contender. Alfredos, pestos, marinaras and more delight the taste buds in Italian restaurants up and do...
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Battle of the Bootylicious

Excuse me, ladies in the booty shorts? It's winter. I know we live in Santa Barbara and that it actually climbed above 70 degrees yesterday and Sunday, but... it's winter. Put on some pants.
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On the Menu

Sometimes it's hard to imagine a place more similar to paradise than our little community by the sea, but white, sandy beaches and warm, clear water...
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Work Progresses on Campus Additions, Renewals

Chain-link fences and orange cones adorn several areas of campus as construction on a number of projects continues into the start of the school year.
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Projects To Update UCSB Utilities

Many aspects of a 50-year-old campus go out of date - this time, it's the utilities infrastructure that's up for renewal.
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TPS To Decide on Fee Increase

Following an indecisive meeting of the Ratepayer Board yesterday, Transportation & Parking Services remains unsure of how it will cover its expenses in the coming year.
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Campus To Gain Three New Buildings

Construction crews broke ground last week on the new Education and Social Sciences Buildings, which will provide new facilities for the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, as well as several Letters...
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TPS To Pursue Parking Rate Increase

Four years after receiving its lock-in fee, Transportation & Parking Services is now asking students to increase the rate they pay - despite resistance from its oversight board.
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Former SB Professor Dies of Lung Cancer

The English Dept. lost a colleague this past December when retired professor Lee Bliss died of lung cancer.
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New Building To House Campus Services After Post-Break Relocation

Just after Winter Break, several on-campus entities - some of which are currently relegated to WWII-era barracks - will be moving into their new headquarters in the Student Resource Building, schedule...
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Commission Authorizes UCSB Housing Projects

The California Coastal Commission approved UCSB's North and West Campus Housing plans at its meeting Friday, allowing 373 new units for faculty and student families to be built.
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Residents Storm Out of Meeting

The Goleta City Council got a big "Shame on you!" from about 20 community members last night when it approved a conditional letter of support for two proposed UCSB housing projects. The council's appr...
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Groups Discuss Revamping of Library Plaza

Plans are underway to institute a sweeping redesign of two of UCSB's most frequented areas, and input from students, local professionals, and University administrators is the driving force behind the ...
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