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Cal Community Condemns Violence During Shooting

As ‘Occupy’ protesters from across the Bay area gathered at UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza on Tuesday to join a university-wide strike against police violence and privatization, a UC police officer ...
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Halloween

The Bad News The Festival Ordinance, which prohibits live or recorded music loud enough to be audible outside a residence, is now in effect from 6 p.m. through 7 a.m. the next morning. These extended ...
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All Hallows Hooligans Again Attempt Maturity

While exactly how Halloween in Isla Vista grew from an evening of anti-law enforcement riots in 1978 to the biggest college party in California remains unclear, the ensuing ordinances, outsiders and r...
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A.S. Streamlines Procedures, Interprets Law

While last night’s six-hour Associated Students Legislative Council meeting’s legislation primarily entailed a series of bureaucratic bills to restructure the organization’s various bodies, the ...
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Former A.S. Representative Withstands Outstanding Warrant While Enrolled

The Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office issued a warrant for the arrest of convicted felon-at-large Joseph Sang-Jun Lee — who resigned from his elected position as Representative-at-Large on ...
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UC Regents Reveal Long-Term Budget Plan

Following a $650 million funding reduction for higher education in California’s latest state budget, the UC Regents unveiled a long-term budget plan last week suggesting that student contributions t...
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Horowitz Tests Strength, Limit of Free Speech

College Republican’s controversial speaker David Horowitz delivered his lecture to a crowd of 250 students last night, attempting to provide students with a broadened perspective on both local affai...
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A.S. Aids Ordinance Appeals

The UCSB Associated Students External Vice President of Local Affairs office is providing legal assistance for Isla Vista residents cited in violation of Santa Barbara County’s Social Host Liability...
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Lauryn Hill Radiates at the Santa Barbara Bowl

I’ve been waiting to have a first-hand experience with Lauryn Hill’s boomingly soulful voice since the sixth grade.
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Regents Discuss $900 Million Budget Shortfall

The UC Board of Regents convened at UC San Francisco’s Mission Bay Community Center yesterday to debate various budget scenarios for the 2011-12 through 2015-16 fiscal years in light of increasingly...
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Jesse Cheng Steps Down

UC Student Regent Jesse Cheng resigned from his position yesterday for personal reasons following recent allegations of sexual battery. Cheng, a fifth-year Asian American studies major at UC Irvine, w...
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UC Regents To Address Increased Cuts in State Funding

California Gov. Jerry Brown released his revised 2011-12 state budget yesterday, maintaining a proposed $500 million in cuts to state funding for the UC system. The budget will rely on tax extensions,...
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UC Regents To Address Increased Cuts in State Funding

California Gov. Jerry Brown released his revised 2011-12 state budget yesterday, maintaining a proposed $500 million in cuts to state funding for the UC system. The budget will rely on tax extensions,...
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Current Council Convenes for Last Spring Meeting

Associated Students Legislative Council instated an expansion of the A.S. Emergency Loan program during last night’s final meeting before government turnovers.
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Next Year’s A.S. Budget Faces Major Cutbacks

Associated Students Legislative Council approved the association’s 2011-12 budget during last week’s nearly 11-hour meeting. Representatives finalized the budget — which faces a 92 percent decre...
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