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Locals Congregate at the Biko House to Talk About Neighborhood Issues

Yesterday, students and other Isla Vista residents gathered at the Biko House on Sueno Road to discuss local community issues regarding the recent influx of commercial food, finance and residencies. R...
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I.V. Recreation and Park District Elections To Be Held For Four Seats

The Isla Vista Recreation and Park District’s five-member Board of Directors will have four open positions in the upcoming Nov. 6 election. With a staff of nine full-time employees and a board of fi...
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Capps, Maldonado Talk Issues At Public Debate

Last night Democratic congresswoman Lois Capps and Republican candidate Abel Maldonado faced off at the 24th Congressional District Candidate Debate, hosted by the UCSB Carsey-Wolf Center and The Sant...
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UCPD Aims to Promote Student Safety by Hosting Annual Guidance Programs

UC Police Department officers will begin conducting their annual Informational Outreach for this year’s fresh- men, addressing various safety concerns through informational sessions held in residenc...
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Former Researcher Donates, Creates Endowment

Emeritus chemical engineering professor Duncan Mellichamp and his wife Suzanne recently donated $2 million in order to establish a new cluster of four endowed chairs at UCSB, making a total of 12 clus...
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Local Organization Creates Beach Help Application

Santa Barbara Channelkeeper recently launched a new Smartphone application called “Swim Guide” that allows users to get directions, view photos and pinpoint the cleanest beaches in the area. Santa...
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Local Forum To Discuss Civil Liberties and Passed Policies

The Santa Barbara Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union will be holding a Spring Forum on “Our Shredded Civil Liberties” followed by a Q&A session tomorrow from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Faul...
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Students Express Discontent With UCen TV Network

A group of UCSB students is petitioning to have AkooTV — the private network that supplies the content for televisions in Nicoletti’s Café and the UCen lounge areas — removed from the building ...
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Week of Events To Focus on Politics

UCSB’s Persian Student Group, Armenian Student Association and Lebanese Club will host various film screenings, workshops and other events throughout the week in celebration of the fifth annual Midd...
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Gov. Brown Faces Pressure to Appoint New Regents

Gov. Jerry Brown is faced with the task of appointing three new UC Regents following the conclusion of two board members’ terms at the end of February and corporate investment partner David Crane’...
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A&L Shows Films on Humanitarian Issues Worldwide

UCSB’s seventh annual Human Rights Film Festival will kick off its month-long celebration today at Pollock Theater, featuring documentary films about global humanitarian issues. The festival, hosted...
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UCSB Promotes Greener Future With Plastic Bag Ban

The UCSB Bookstore kicked off Spring Quarter yesterday with Day Without a Bag, replacing single-use bags with free organic canvas bags for shoppers. The day-long event commemorates the bookstore’s d...
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Campus Burglar Faces Multiple Felony Charges

UCSB Police Department detectives arrested 20-year-old Aaron Brian Ceja, a former UCSB student, as the primary subject in multiple burglaries at Santa Catalina Residence Hall on Feb. 5. The perpetrato...
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SBMTD Drives New Flexible Bus Initiative

The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District is adopting a flexible approach toward overcrowding on its 15x and 24x bus lines with the new 112-passenger Nova “Smart Bus.” The New York-made Nova...
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Events Focus on Human Rights Issues

The Associated Students Human Rights Board is organizing 24 events highlighting social justice issues today through Saturday as part of Human Rights Week, culminating with a performance from rapper Im...
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