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Political Columnists Miss the Mark in Terror Debate Your “Left Said/Right Said” excels in offering the disappointing shallowness that college newspapers are so predictably famous for. I...
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Armchair QB

So, ESPN is creating a 3D network for 2010, starting with a broadcast of the World Cup opener. This is great and all, but will we need ridiculous 3D glasses to watch? And do they come in monocle form?
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Campaign Targets DUIs

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Dept. made 228 DUI arrests during a 17-day period this holiday season.
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What’s so bad about threatening to gun down your own teammate? Ludicrous! Absurd! Er … HIBACHI!


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UCen Employee Dies

Sahel Jasmine Heydari, 19, died in a car accident on Dec. 10 while returning to her home in Cupertino, Calif. from Santa Barbara.
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Armchair QB

Pittsburgh needed Oakland to beat Baltimore in order to make the playoffs. Leaving your fate in JaMarcus Russell’s hands is a bad idea. Needless to say, the Steelers’ offseason is coming e...
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Turds and Tulips

Plump and juicy tulips to Dogtown, the newest eatery in Isla Vista. There’s just something about a sausage that makes our mouths water. Scared and confused turds to the UCSB alert system for its...
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State Addresses Murder of Homeless Man

The California Governor's office is offering a $25,000 reward for information about the murder of a homeless man in Isla Vista.
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No Chime for Time as Tower Gets Fixed

Storke Tower's bells will cease to toll for the next three weeks as construction crews work to repair the campanile.
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Armchair QB

So in honor of the 0-17 Nets, I wrote a haiku: Winless New Jersey Three coaches in one season? I believe in you
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Suspicious Activity Prompts Warnings

As police continue to investigate the cause of Monday's scare, university officials are questioning the effectiveness of the alert system that triggered the lockdown.
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Collective Elects Yang as Chair

Chancellor Henry T. Yang was elected chair of the prestigious Association of American Universities yesterday.
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Who’s Who at UCSB…

Henry T. Yang - Chancellor Henry Yang, who became UCSB's chancellor in 1994, oversees the administration of the university. In addition to being UCSB's chief administrator, Yang is an award-winning p...
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They Made It!


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Gauchos Gone Pro

Evan Patak -- Volleyball The former First Team All-American is now an integral part of the U.S. national team, and is sixth among all scorers in the World League. Chris Pontius and Eric Avila -- Socc...
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