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Third District Supervisor Doreen Farr Discusses Isla Vista Self-Governance at Coffee Collab

Santa Barbara County Third District Supervisor Doreen Farr held her first office-hours-style open meeting of the new school year last Thursday from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Coffee Collaborative in Isla Vis...
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California Adopts ‘Yes Means Yes’

Governor Jerry Brown approved the “Yes Means Yes” law — or Senate Bill 967 — on Sunday, which mandates that affirmative consent is the determining factor of whether or not consent was given by...
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Sen. Boxer Proposes Pause For Safety Act

Senator Barbara Boxer proposed the Pause for Safety Act last Friday, which under certain circumstances would grant law enforcement greater power to confiscate firearms, as well as allow family members...
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Students Succeed in Video Contest

UCSB student Kathleen Oum won first place and a $1,000 cash prize in one of two categories at the statewide video contest Directing Change, which held an awards ceremony yesterday in Sacramento featur...
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Isla Vista Properties Released to SB County

The Successor Agency to the former County of Santa Barbara Redevelopment Agency (RDA) in Isla Vista held a meeting yesterday morning to discuss the retaining of three Isla Vista properties — a medic...
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MCC Theater Features ‘Rodney King’ Solo Act

The MultiCultural Center hosted award-winning actor, writer and director Roger Guenveur Smith’s solo act titled “Rodney King” last Thursday evening in the MCC Theater.
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UCSB Showcases Its Talents for Students, Alumni

Local bands, poets, dancers and other live acts will have a chance to show off their skills and charisma at the First Annual UCSB’s Got Talent show tonight in The Hub.
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Surfer Participates in UCSB’s Natural High Series

UCSB’s Department of Recreation and Alcohol and Drug Program brought American surfer and director Dana Brown and professional surfer Keith Malloy to Campbell Hall last night for a screening of Brown...
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Fee Initiative Requested To Aid MCC Services

This year’s campus elections ballot includes a proposed fee increase for the MultiCultural Center of $6.77 per undergraduate student per quarter.
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Holi Participants Celebrate Spring Season With Color at Campus Point

Nearly 1,000 students flocked to Campus Point yesterday to celebrate Holi, the South Asian Festival of Colors.
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Open Streets Party and Fundraiser Comes to Downtown SB

The Coalition for Sustainable Transportation (COAST), a non-profit group advocating non-motorized transport, plans to hold a kickoff party and fundraiser for its 2014 annual Santa Barbara Open Streets...
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Major Weed Bust Follows Arrest

After initially facing charges for only public intoxication, a 22-year-old man arrested Sunday night is now being charged with possession of marijuana for sale and transporting marijuana for sale afte...
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Radio Host Garrison Keillor To Perform at Granada Theater Wednesday Night

The Granada Theater in Downtown Santa Barbara will host a live comedy and music show by award-winning radio personality and renowned storyteller Garrison Keillor this Wednesday.
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Say Something About Mental Health

The UC Office of the President recently announced the opening of the “Directing Change” video contest for UC students, challenging participants to create a 60-second public service announcement ab...
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Worried About Meningitis? Better Take a Shot

In response to last quarter’s meningitis surfacing, Student Health Services is now offering a not yet licensed vaccine against the potentially fatal bacterial disease, providing students with shots ...
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