Beach Shelters Wildlife, Inspires Art

Local legend has it that The Doors' frontman Jim Morrison spent an acid-addled evening on Sands Beach staring at the lights of nearby oil platform Holly, which inspired the song "Crystal Ship."
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Author To Delve Into Motherhood for Men in Campus Lecture

According to one scholar speaking on campus tonight, modern science may soon give would-be fathers a new reproductive role: childbearing.
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Students Object to Military at Job Fair

About 15 students gathered outside the Third Annual Diversity Career Fair at Corwin Pavilion yesterday to protest the presence of the Marine Corps and military weapons manufacturers.
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Local Teens Get Schooled at Educational Outreach Event

When fourth-year sociology and education major Jaime Carias goes home to South Central Los Angeles, he does not swap stories of college with his friends from high school; he plays with their kids.
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UCSB To Join Search For Mad Scientist

UCSB alumnus Graham Talley is currently seeking the aid of his former classmates in solving one of his company's - and the university's - greatest mysteries to date.
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Memorial Service To Honor Students

In the wake of a tragic car accident that killed UCSB third-year students Angela Nguyen and Jonathan Kendall, the couple's family and friends are coming together in both Santa Barbara and San Jose to ...
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UCSB Grad Designs Online Leisure Guide

Overwhelmed by the variety of activities that a student could participate in, a UCSB alumnus and his friend have teamed up to create a better means of organizing possible outings.
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Program Seeks Students to Count Grey Whales

In preparation for the commencement of 2007's whale migration season, the Gray Whales Count organization is recruiting UCSB student volunteers to tally the number of gray whales migrating north throug...
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Vandalism in FT, San Nicolas Sparks Concern

Within the past two weeks, campus residence halls have seen two hate incidents involving graffiti, causing anger and alarm among students and hall staff members.
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TPS To Offer Halloween Parking to I.V. Students

Transportation and Parking Services is continuing its annual tradition of giving students living in I.V. a special Halloween treat this year - free on-campus parking during the holiday weekend.
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Campus Group Supports Troops With Donations

The College Republicans have found a good use for that loose change on the counter, not to mention those back issues of Newsweek and InStyle piling up next to students' stacks of unread textbooks.
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