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Official Campaigning Kicks Off for Associated Students Elections

The week-long campaigning period for this year’s Associated Students Elections officially began Sunday night after the ballot gained the A.S. Senate’s approval over the weekend, making candidates ...
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A.S. Presidential Candidates Present Views on Fees, Student Apathy

Associated Students presidential candidates Jonathan Abboud, Megan Foronda and Patrick “Mac” Kennedy debated issues such as the rising cost of college tuition, combating student apathy, fostering ...
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UCSB Equestrian Team Co-Captains Advance to Nationals

After placing as the top two competitors during last Sunday’s Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Zone Championship, UCSB Equestrian Team co-captains Celia Turner and Becky Leisz will be travelin...
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Record-Breaking Turnout for Deltopia 2013

An Increase in Attendance, 9-1-1 Calls and Hospital Visits Takes Toll on County Resources; County Officials Look to Better Prepare to Respond to Similar Festivities in the Future This year’s Deltopi...
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Call it Deltopia: Weekend Beach Closures Confirmed

Santa Barbara County’s Community Services Department will be closing Isla Vista beaches this Saturday and Sunday due to the potential for a “Floatopia” event to occur. The closure has been enact...
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SB Officials Currently Debating Beach Shutdown

Open beaches would break precedent of party-preventative closures instituted in 2009. As of yesterday, Santa Barbara County administration has not yet reached a decision on whether beach closures that...
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Carsey to Assume Role as Chair of UCSB Foundation

Emmy-winning television producer and Carsey-Werner Productions co-founder Marcy Carsey was recently named chair of the UCSB Foundation Board of Trustees, a non-profit organization that collaborates wi...
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SBCC Student Held By I.V. Foot Patrol For DP House Burglary

I.V. Foot Patrol officers responded to a residential burglary on the 6500 block of Del Playa Drive at about 1:15 a.m. yesterday morning, arresting  — an 18-year-old Santa Barbara City College stude...
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A.S. To Look Into Lack of Proper Lighting in I.V.

Due to the abundance of nonfunctioning lights and poorly lit areas on Isla Vista streets, safety concerns have arisen within the campus community and Associated Students senators are now organizing ne...
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Regents Kick Off Meeting With Debates on Health Care, Audits, Eco-Friendly Buildings

Yesterday’s UC Board of Regents meeting at UCSF Mission Bay touched on potential improvements and changes to the university, including the supposed need for increased environmental sustainability at...
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UCSB To Offer TMP’s New Business Degree

After eight years of planning, UCSB’s Technology Management Program has finally achieved full academic program status, meaning that as of fall 2014 students can earn a business degree for the first ...
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A.S. To Hold Student-Run Textbook Marketplace

Today at the Annex Lawn, students can directly buy and sell books with other students from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. as part of an innovative Textbook Marketplace hosted by UCSB Associated Students Office of ...
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Classes Inundated With Crashers As Winter Quarter Commences

After a three-week break void of lecture halls, classrooms and schoolwork, many students have returned to academia and found themselves once again faced with the usual beginning-of-the-quarter struggl...
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Local Student Housing To Participate in World Hunger Relief Project

Tropicana Student Housing will host a meal-packaging community service event this Saturday at the Tropicana Gardens Café through the international hunger relief agen- cy Stop Hunger Now. Started in 2...
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Professors, Students Debate Potential Impact of California Proposition 32

Last Thursday, professors, students and other community members gathered at the Lobero Room of the University Center to discuss various issues surrounding Proposition 32. Proposition 32 would ban unio...
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