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Bike Moves Puts New Spin on Cyclists’ Rides Through SB

Cyclists of all ages will gather next Thursday for Bike Moves, where community members dress according to a theme and ride a short route around downtown Santa Barbara on the first Thursday of each mon...
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Funding From Local Residents Keeps Art Community Thriving

According to a study by the national organization Americans for the Arts, Santa Barbara is a top economic player in the arts realm with local arts programs and audiences spending $46 million more than...
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Scammers Employ ‘Straw Students’ for Federal Aid Scam at Community Colleges

Federal officials are moving to prosecute 21 suspects responsible for a statewide financial aid scam that took a total of $770,000 out of Santa Barbara City College and 14 other community and online c...
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Asst. Dean of Students Prepares for ‘Last Lecture’ Sequel

The Associated Students Academic Affairs Board will feature Assistant Dean of Students Don Lubach in the second installment of the Last Lecture Series tonight at 8 p.m. in the Lotte Lehmann Concert Ha...
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MCAT To Test Social Judgment

The Medical College Admission Test plans to change its format to include additional social science sections, effec- tive in 2015, that aim to single out well- rounded students who will make patient- c...
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Santa Catalina Resident Faces Multiple Theft Charges

Santa Catalina Residence Hall tenant and first-year student Richard Vu was arrested Sunday night and charged with two counts of petty theft and one count of possession of stolen property. The UCSB Pol...
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Ecologists Debate Impact of New Bill’s Restrictions on Otter Habitats

California’s 24th District Representative Elton Gallegly recently introduced the “Military Readiness and Southern Sea Otter Conservation Act” that aims to preserve Southern California’s “No ...
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Local Festival To Celebrate Traditions in Jewish Culture

UCSB’s Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and Chabad Student Center will host “Shabbat 360” this Friday, bringing local Jewish community members and friends together to celebrate the traditional weekly...
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