Articles written by: Jimmy Chang

According to CAPS psychologist Dr. Kirsten Olson, UCSB has seen an increase in student demand for psychological services, making the student fee initiative crucial for CAPS.
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CAPS Requests Greater Funds to Meet Student Demand

UCSB’s Counseling and Psychological Services is seeking a funding increase of $21.39 through a new fee initiative in this week’s election ballot.

An undercover officer reveals his badge to a minor, 
cited for underage drinking.  These disguised officers are also coming down hard on the party hosts and 
local businesses that providie minors with alcohol.
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Undercover Police Issue Citations at House Parties

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol is now using undercover operations to enter local house parties and bust partygoers for minor alcohol crimes, and at least two sting operations took place at parties on Sabado Tarde this past weekend.

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Summer Program to Train UCSB Brains

A psychological fitness summer program will soon be offered to students.

‘Steps Against Sexual Assault’ Protest Fights Rape
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‘Steps Against Sexual Assault’ Protest Fights Rape

The Santa Barbara Student Housing Cooperative hosted a protest against sexual assault and other harassment in Isla Vista called “Steps Against Sexual Violence” on Friday.

Local law enforcement observe crowds of party-goers parading the streets of Isla Vista during last year’s Deltopia celebration.
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Deltopia Faces Stricter Enforcement

Thousands of partygoers are expected to descend on the streets of Isla Vista for Deltopia this Saturday, and now local law enforcement officials are saying that Santa Barbara County Outdoor Festival Ordinance Section Six — which limits music that can be played during large gatherings — will be more strictly enforced.