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Former A.S. President to Run in County Election

This fall’s county elections will determine just how much of District 6 — ranging from student-clustered Isla Vista to the multi-million dollar residences of Hope Ranch — is “all Abboud it.”
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T-Shirt Companies Donate Proceeds to Victims’ Families

In response to Friday night’s tragic events, Greek U, Hashtag Fifty Co. and Isla Vista Screen Printing are selling t-shirts to support victims’ families.
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UCSB Students Swarm to Extravaganza 2014

Thousands of students got on their knees for Diplo yesterday at the 36th annual Extravaganza music festival at Harder Stadium.
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Film Screening Portrays Former Miss World’s Recovery from Rape

The Carsey-Wolf Center aimed to spark a conversation on sexual assault with last Thursday’s screening and discussion of Brave Miss World, a documentary on the rape of Linor Abargil, Miss World 1998,...
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Grad Students Win Fulbright Scholarships

Graduate students Elijah Bender and William Dewey have been named Fulbright scholars, giving them the opportunity to travel across the globe to perform research in India and Japan.
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Self-Governance in Isla Vista: An Uncertain Future

When tear-gassed strangers came stumbling down Pasado Road, lost and confused after the Deltopia riots, local parks official and 30-year Isla Vista resident Pegeen Soutar did more than offer them was...
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SB 850 Bill To Be Reviewed by CA State Senate

The California State Senate will convene today to hear SB 850, a bill introduced by Senator Marty Block that aims to help create one million new jobs by 2025 by offering select community colleges the ...
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A.S. Ballots Present Initiative for UCen Renevations, With a Cost

During next week’s Associated Students Elections, students will decide whether or not to implement a $20 quarterly student fee for a multi-million dollar renovation of the University Center.
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A.S. Senate Forms Committee to Revise Isla Vista Master Plan

The A.S. Senate recently passed a resolution for revisions to the Isla Vista Master Plan, a 104-page guide to local development that was denied approval in 2007 and has since been gathering dust.
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UCSB Club Hosts Indian Dance Competition

Eight of the top Indian dance teams in the nation are coming to Santa Barbara to participate in Nachle Deewane, the first-ever Bollywood and Bhangra competition.
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Acclaimed Comedic Author to Read at UCSB

Award-winning author and Columbia University professor Gary Shteyngart will perform a free public reading from his latest memoir, Little Failure, tonight at 8 p.m. in Campbell Hall.
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New Program Welcomes Professional Writers to UCSB

UCSB students have the chance to meet and interact with real-life filmmakers, journalists, creative writers and other professional writers and scholars through a new program called the Diana and Simon...
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Moby Dick’s Disaster

Last weekend’s storm took a turn for the worse as waves pummeled concrete benches, obliterated a boat under the Goleta Beach pier and gave Saturday morning breakfast at Moby Dick Restaurant a dash o...
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Take Back the Night Begins Week-Long Campaign

Take Back the Night, an Associated Students organization aimed at combating rape culture and sexual harassment at UCSB, has taken up a week-long campaign against street harassment, armed with spray pa...
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