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Hopping into the New School Year: HOPR Bike Share Has Arrived

HOPR plans to add more than 900 additional bicycles to the UCSB and I.V. area by January 2019.
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Former I.V. Landlord James Gelb Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanor Charge of Disturbing the Peace

Gelb was charged with the misdemeanor after he was recorded yelling profanity at Ethan Bertrand, I.V. Community Services District (CSD) president.
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Kayakers Safely Return To Shore Following Police Water Rescue Call

They later said they were “somewhat unstable” in the water and were concerned because it had become dark outside.
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20-Year-Old Arrested for Cocaine, Xanax Possession on Abrego Road

Both subjects were determined to be under the influence of a controlled substance, while the male was found in possession of cocaine and Xanax.
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UC Regents Found in Contempt Of Court, Expelled Student Allowed to Return to UCSB

The student who filed the complaint, referred to as Jane Roe in court documents, said Doe stalked her on a daily basis after the two engaged in a sexual encounter in November 2015 and briefly dated.
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SBCC Student Assaulted at Party on Pasado Road

The victim sustained “moderate injuries” when he was attacked while at a party on the 6600 block of Pasado Road.
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Coming Out: How My Queerness Came To Be

Evelyn Spence shares her coming out story and offers words of encouragement to readers who may be processing their own sexualities.
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UC Regents Vote To Decrease Tuition By $60

The $60 reduction comes from the elimination of a temporary tuition surcharge implemented in Fall 2007 to “recoup damages” from two class-action lawsuits.
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UCSB Student Arrested On Charges of False Imprisonment

Liu is scheduled to be a full time student with junior standing for Fall Quarter 2018.
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Holiday Road Fire in Goleta Burns 133 Acres

Approximately 100 acres have burned as of 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Split EVPSA Duties

The position of EVPSA is currently vacant because the A.S. Elections Board disqualified the then EVPSA-elect, Mayela Morales, in May.
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SAG Martinez’s Domestic Violence Charge Dismissed

She was being tried as a defendant against the People of the State of California and pled not guilty in the domestic violence charge, according to court records.
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Second-Year UCSB Student Passes Away

Shengyu “Jin” Jin was a second-year physics major in the College of Letters and Science, according to the UCSB Office of Student Life (OSL).
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Measure R Passes, “Yes On Measure R” Campaign Celebrates

This was the CSD’s second attempt to secure consistent funding following the failure of Measure F in 2016, which left the CSD without a primary source of funding.
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S.A.G. Martinez Charged With Domestic Violence, Driving Under Influence

The Associated Students student advocate general is being charged with two criminal offenses, according to publicly available court records as well as police arrest records obtained by the Nexus.
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