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Cliff Notes May 2007: Volume 4, Number 2
   

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SOLAR ENERGY TAKES ROOT ON CAMPUS – September 26, 2008 Efficiency and organic aesthetics will be the hallmarks of both the Gilman and Hopkins Parking Structures this year, with the installation of a new, environmentally-conscious technology called the solar tree.

MINUTEMAN’S LECTURE DRAWS CROWD OF DISSENT – October 20, 2008 A coalition of nearly 100 UCSD students protested a lecture by anti-immigration activist Jim Gilchrist Oct. 16 at the UCSD Extension Complex. Gilchrist is the founder and ex-president of the Minutemen Project, a controversial civilian activist organization that patrols the Mexican border and tracks illegal immigrants.

A.S. APPROVES NEW FEE REFERENDUM – October 31, 2008 After more than a month of deliberation, the A.S. Council green-lighted a campus activity fee referendum that would raise student fees by a total of $19.82 per quarter if approved by the student body during the second week of Winter Quarter.

HUNDREDS RALLY AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE BAN – November 17, 2008 California’s constitutional amendment to define marriage as between a man and a woman continued to draw vocal protest last week when nearly 400 students, faculty, staff and community members converged on campus to take part in a walk-out rally denouncing the controversial new legislation.

UC REINSTATES ABROAD PROGRAM IN ISRAEL – December 4, 2008 The University of California announced last week that it would reopen its study-abroad program in Israel, lifting a ban placed on the program in 2002 ­following the U.S. Department of State’s placement of the country on its travel-warning list.

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