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Feb
2016

The Global Food Initiative at UCSB

Have you ever missed a meal and had to go throughout the day hungry? For many UCSB students, hunger is a very real concern. Whether it is a first-year student who cannot afford an adequate meal plan and has to hope that a late lunch lasts her throughout the night, or a junior who...

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Feb
2016

Tips to Prepare for El Nino

72 degrees and sunny has been the weather lately, but we’re still hoping for more rain. NOAA and forecasters are still predicting a rainy March. Good news for the drought, but also be prepared for flooding, and emergency conditions due to excess rain and high winds – even if it seems to be...

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Feb
2016

An Eight-Week Weight Management Challenge

Weight management is a challenging issue for many of us. The average American gains one to five pounds over the holiday season and usually doesn’t lose that extra weight. In November 2014, with the goal of encouraging and supporting weight maintenance and healthy habits over...

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Feb
2016

The large circular area in the center of Sierra Madre Villages is being restored by the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration as a vernal pool. It will hold water seasonally from winter to spring, and supports a unique suite of plants and invertebrates. The periphery of the...

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Feb
2016

WELCOME: Craig Lingham, Sr. Cook, Portola Dining Commons… Fidel Alvarado & Javier Perez, Groundskeepers, Residential Operations…Adolfo Figueroa Castillo, Assistant Cook, Ortega Dining Commons…Martin Perez, Cook, Carrillo Dining Commons
 
TRANSITIONS: Abel Medina was promoted to Sr....

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