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Cajé Unveils Eco-Friendly Location in Downtown Santa Barbara

Cajé opened a second location in downtown Santa Barbara this past weekend.
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Baby Birds Expected to Hatch Across Campus in the Upcoming Months

As spring begins, hundreds of baby birds are expected to hatch across the UCSB campus in the upcoming months.
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Mojo Teahouse Looks To Expand Beyond Isla Vista

Mojo Teahouse is looking to expand beyond the borders of Isla Vista
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Students Provide Free Groceries at Food Bank Pop-Up Event

The team plans to continue hosting pop-up events in upcoming weeks to give students an accessible way to reach the Food Bank.
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Girl Scouts Begin Selling Cookies on UCSB Campus

Local Girl Scouts began selling Girl Scout cookies on campus this month.
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I.V. CSD Condemns Proposed Title IX Amendments

The amendments would narrow the definition of sexual harassment as well as limit the proceedings to live hearings.
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Food, Nutrition, and Basic Skills Program to Begin Hands-On Cooking Classes in Winter 2019

The first class is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 15.
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SBC Residents Demand Police End Cooperation With I.C.E. During Annual T.R.U.T.H. Act Forum

Sheriff Brown emphasized during the forum that the prison release dates were public in accordance with state law.
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Santa Barbara MTD Commits to Zero-Emissions Buses by 2030

The district hopes this move will reflect its efforts to support climate change solutions.
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“Why They Were Yelling”: USAS Holds Documentary Screening for UC Worker Awareness

AFSCME is the the largest union of UC employees in California.
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UCSB Students Create Grocery Rideshare Program to Improve Food Accessibility

The group uses Facebook to facilitate students’ transportation to and from local grocery stores.
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Southern California Edison Admits to Being a Source of the Thomas Fire

SCE is now awaiting permission from CAL FIRE to further its investigation into the causes of the Thomas Fire.
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