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Leg Council Passes Finance Board Allocations

Like most UCSB students, the Associated Students Legislative Council spent the end of the quarter worrying about books and money.
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2 Men Remain at Large After Attempted Assault

A woman escaped an attempted sexual assault on campus Wednesday night, but the two suspects remain at large.
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Union Demands at UCSB

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It’s a Small World After All in Nanotechnology

Campus scientists, led by materials Professor Galen Stucky, are making big steps in the world of the extremely small.
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Meeting Considers Registration of Parties, Inclusion in City Plan

Third District Supervisor Gail Marshall hosted a town hall meeting Thursday night for Isla Vista residents concerned with large parties and the possibility of I.V. as part of Goleta.
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Students Screen Documentary to Commemorate WTO Protest

One year ago, world leaders gathered in Seattle for the World Trade Organization (WTO) conference. With the leaders, came approximately 50,000 demonstrators, who not only protested the global organiza...
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Santa Barbara Recognizes Global Epidemic

Over 21.8 million people have lost their lives to AIDS, and in honor of their memory, 192 countries will take part in World AIDS Day.
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I Told You Not to Wear That Stupid Vest!

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SB Commission Endorses Tenants Rights’ Proposal

Santa Barbara County's endorsement of a local renters' rights group may open doors to new renting laws.
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’80s Pop Star Tiffany Rocks Plaza With Comeback Show

Students were "running just as fast as they can" Tuesday to see a long-lost teeny-bopper heroine perform again.
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Finance Board Allocates $3,000 in Attempt to Fix A.S. Directory Error

When most students make a typo, their professors mark them down. Associated Students made a typo affecting roughly 3,500 professors.
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[Re]Vision Isla Vista Finalists: The CORR-idor and Ansiq’Oyo Plans (Part one)

The Daily Nexus takes a look at two proposed master plans for the future of the Isla Vista community.
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A Closer Look: [Re]Vision Isla Vista’s Top Five Designs

The first in a two-part series examining the five finalists in the [RE] Vision Isla Vista Master Plan Design Competition.
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Busy Holiday Roads Lead to Major Automobile Accidents

Increased traffic in Santa Barbara County during the Thanksgiving weekend resulted in more accident-related deaths and injuries than in recent years.
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Printing Snafu Costs Students $3K

The 2000-2001 Associated Students student directories, which have already cost $32,000, received another $3,000 on Monday from Finance Board to correct an error in the printing.
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