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What the Cool Kids Are Studying: The Most Popular Majors at UCSB

Although data on students graduating this year is not available yet, numbers from UCSB’s Office of Budget and Planning show some of the most popular majors through the years.
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Measure R? The Donors Who Say “Yes”

Isla Vistans will go to the polls on June 5 to vote on Measure R, which would levy an 8 percent tax on electricity, garbage disposal, gas, sewage and water services in Isla Vista to fund I.V.’s Comm...
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Measure R? The Donors Who Support “No”

Isla Vistans will go to the polls on June 5 to vote on Measure R, which would levy an 8 percent tax on electricity, garbage disposal, gas, sewage and water services in Isla Vista to fund I.V.’s Comm...
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Carbajal Signs Document To Force U.S. House Vote on DACA Bills

Santa Barbara Congressman Salud Carbajal signed a bipartisan discharge petition last Friday in an attempt to force the U.S. House of Representatives to vote on bills that would protect Deferred Action...
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A.S. Elections Sees Increase In Voter Turnout

Almost 40 percent of the UC Santa Barbara student body voted in the Associated Students Elections on April 26, the highest voter turnout since the 2014 spring quarter election.
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UCSB Student Loans at a Glance

UC Santa Barbara students and their parents borrowed a total of $91,162,535 in student loans during the 2016-17 school year, according to the current Campus Profile.
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Proposed Fed. Budget To Impact Student Loans, CalFresh

President Trump’s proposed 2019 budget will eliminate subsidized loans and change CalFresh benefits, directly impacting UC Santa Barbara students.
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SB County Seeks To Improve Disaster Preparedness

In the wake of the Jan. 9 mudslide that devastated Monetico neighborhoods, Santa Barbara County has unveiled new disaster preparedness policies to improve communication between the county and citizens...
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Looking Back: The Thomas Fire’s Impact on Santa Barbara Air Quality

The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department and the APCD issued an Air Quality Warning on Dec. 5 and the impacts from the Thomas Fire continue to affect the community.
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UCSB Seniors Gift Annual Donation to Sexual Assault Survivor Fund

UC Santa Barbara seniors will donate their senior gift to the Sexual Assault Survivor Fund, which will be handled by UCSB’s Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education Center (C.A.R.E.).
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Edible Campus Program To Double Produce Output with New Farm

The Edible Campus Program hopes to break ground on a student farm by the end of the year, which would double the amount of produce grown by the program.
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Stricter Dog Leash Regulation May Come to Some I.V. Parks

The Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District will hold a meeting next month to discuss an ordinance that could require certain dogs to wear leashes in many I.V. parks.
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Cute, Not Cuddly: Isla Vista Raccoon Numbers May Be in Decline

The furry masked bandits that prowl Isla Vista are known to steal the vulnerable hearts of Isla Vistans, but they leave in their wake something far less lovely: assorted parasites and diseases.
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