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What’s A.S. Spending Your Money On?

Associated Students is looking to invest over $300,000 of student money in Isla Vista expansion with a community center and a restaurant. Of 10 people randomly interviewed on campus, nine knew nothing...
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Students Recount Egypt’s Revolt

“About 10,000 people were in Tahrir Square,” Jeremy Hodge, a fourth-year Middle Eastern studies major, said. “I eventually got drawn into the front and got exposed to tear gas.
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The Bucket List

We are midway through the eighth week of Winter Quarter, which means two things: One: Spring is in the air and the sun will soon be out in true Santa Barbara fashion, and … Two: Many of you are near...
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A Love Affair With Ink

There’s no doubt that tattoos have meaning. What that meaning is, however, can differ immensely from person to person.
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Who Knew Going to Class Could Feel This Good?

Getting bored in class? Not feeling stimulated bythe material? Take a look at the list of excitingclasses and organizations you can participate inwhile completing your studies.You may finally find you...
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Valentine’s Day: For Love or Lust?

So what’s thepremise of thisholiday again? A littlenaked flying cherub babyis shooting harmless peoplewith a medieval war weapon toconfuse their sense of free willin commemoration of an entirelyunre...
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The Stakes Are High

UC Administrators and State Leaders Gamble with Higher Education...
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State of the Union 2011

President Obama's State of the Union address transcript and video for 2011...
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The Housing Trap

The reality of living in Isla Vista is that housing is often imperfect and hard to improve quickly.
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Sweet Home Isla Vista

The following article is the first in a series examining topics of interest and concern about housing for tenants, landlords and the Isla Vista community...
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Vendors Gather to Showcase Innovations

Over 140,000 techies descended on the Las Vegas Convention Center from Wed. to Sun. last week for the Consumer Electronics Show, a number made all the more staggering by the fact that the show isn’t...
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Taking a Time Out Santa Barbara Style

Looking for something to do in Santa Barbara while you're here for College Cup?
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The Balancing Act: Working Mothers at UCSB

Laurel Wilder is the assistant director of Institutional Research & Planning at UCSB. She works an eight-hour day and exercises during her lunch hour.
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Excuse me, Mr. Regent, sir…

Our editorial board is publishing this statement to the Regents in hopes of getting an important message through their thick skulls: California’s youth is barely able to attend the UC at present fee...
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The War Isn’t in the Headlines: Part 1

“People complain that veterans get too much attention — that’s not true, we don’t get enough attention,” U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant and UCSB undergrad France Antonio said. “Soldiers...
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