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New Bill To Deter Executive Greed

State Sen. Leland Yee introduced a bill in the state legislature that would attempt to curb administrative salary increases at California universities within two years of tuition hikes or state budget...
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Conflict Arises Over Denial of A.S. Funds

The Associated Students Legislative Council addressed students’ upset about its decision to deny the Student of Color Conference funding during last night’s weekly meeting. Numerous SOCC and Stude...
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A.S. Advances Annex Plans in Isla Vista

UCSB Associated Students representatives met with property developers last week regarding rental space and development plans, furthering the organization’s goal to create an Isla Vista Annex. The pr...
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KCSB To Hold Live Audio Exhibit

UCSB student-run radio station KCSB will host an interactive radio art program called “Picnic Revolution” today at noon in Storke Plaza. Neighborhood Public Radio organized the open event as part ...
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Council Deliberates on Travel Financing

Student representatives passed a bill amending the duties of the Associated Students Childcare Coordinator and discussed special projects funding for the Student Commission on Racial Equality and The ...
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A.S. Allots Funds, Reviews Work

The Associated Students Legislative Council passed four bills and a resolution during their weekly meeting in the Flying A Studio room of the University Center last night. As one of its first orders o...
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A.S. Reviews Protests, Funding

The Associated Students Legislative Council met last night in the Flying A Studio room of the UCen but, as of press time, had yet to reach decisions on its scheduled discussion about several orders of...
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Union Receives More Benefits in Negotiations

The UC Office of the President reached an agreement with the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees union that will raise salaries and expand benefits for 20,000 of the organizati...
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Board To Assess Quality of University Academics

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges will evaluate UCSB’s academic rigor today through Thursday as part of a three-step process to maintain the university’s accredited status. The asses...
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A.S. Cleans Up Policy in First Meeting of Year

The Associated Students Legislative Council met for this year’s inaugural meeting last night with a lengthy agenda including two action items, ten new bills and three resolutions. While the new busi...
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President Honors UCSB Scientists

President Obama selected UC Santa Barbara faculty members Benjamin Mazin and Sumita Pennathur as recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers on Monday, recognizing t...
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UCSB Conference Promote Religious Understanding

UCSB’s Religious Studies Department will host a two-day conference this Thursday and Friday focusing on religious diversity and tolerance to provide greater insight into international religious issu...
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EAP Students Receive Awards

The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs awarded 37 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships to UCSB Education Abroad Program participants for the 2011-2012 acade...
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Cloud Technology Increases in Popularity, Reaches Consumers

Cloud computing has been the topic of much debate in the technological world over the past few months, particularly with the announcement of the Apple iCloud service’s release to the general public ...
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Panel To Review Consequences of bin Laden Death

UCSB Campus Democrats will host a nonpartisan discussion panel entitled “Implications of the Assassination of Bin Laden” tonight at 7 p.m. in the Loma Pelona Center. The open forum will feature gl...
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