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The new 7-Eleven will open under the ICON apartments in Isla Vista. The entrance of a corporate chain has received mixed responses from locals with some concerned for the livelihood of small businesses.
The new 7-Eleven will open under the ICON apartments in Isla Vista. The entrance of a corporate chain has received mixed responses from locals with some concerned for the livelihood of small businesses.

New 7-Eleven To Open Under ICON Apartments

Isla Vista will be welcoming its first 7-Eleven convenience store, as the chain is expected to open a new location inside the ICON apartment building at 6545 Trigo Road in the next upcoming weeks. The...
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Ice Skating Club To Present Annual Ice Blocking Event

The UCSB Ice Skating Club will hold its Xtreme Ice Blocking event near the lawn by the UCen facing the lagoon this Friday at noon. Xtreme Ice Blocking is an annual event and currently the only on-camp...
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IHC Seminar Explores Cathartic Nature of Narrative Writing, Impact on US War Vets

Last week, the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center held a conference titled “Narrative-Making in the Aftermath of War” as part of a year-long interdisciplinary program on the human impact of the w...
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Endowed Chair of Catholic Studies Wins Renowned Fellowship, Grant

The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has chosen to honor UCSB religious studies professor Ann Taves as one of the 175 artists, musicians, scholars and scientists to receive the accolade this ...
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UCSB Club Tennis Team Places in National Competition

On April 11, UCSB’s club tennis team competed in the 2013 United States Tennis Association Tennis On Campus National Championship, a tournament drawing on over 600 college campuses across the nation...
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Weekend Wrap-up April 23, 2013

During this past weekend, the Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to several burglaries and alcohol-related crimes. According to IVFP Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, while the weekend was relatively quiet,...
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A.S. Commission on Student Well Being Hopes to Expand Services With New Student Lock-In Fee

Next week’s Associated Students election ballot will include a new lock-in fee initiative of $1.03 per undergraduate per quarter to support the A.S. Commission on Student Well-Being, an organization...
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Students and Law Enforcement Collaborate to Improve Bicycle Safety on Isla Vista Roads

One thousand free bicycle lights were given away to students in front of Angry Wings on Pardall Road today in an effort to “Brighten up I.V.” Organized by Associated Students External Vice Preside...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

Over the weekend, Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to several alcohol-related cases, with no major cases being reported. According to Lt. Ray Vuillemainroy, the weekend was fairly incident-free beside...
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UCSB Disc Golfer Achieves World Record At Isla Vista Fundraiser

UCSB Disk Golf team member Mike Sale recently broke the world record for the most disc golf holes played in a 24-hour period. Sale accomplished the feat last month during a fundraiser in Isla Vista, w...
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Weekend Wrap-Up 2/27

Over the weekend, Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to a series of alcohol related incidents and theft cases. According to IVFP Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, a burglary occurred on Friday night on the ...
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Court Rules Misi’s 2011 Assault a Misdemeanor

Last week, a Santa Barbara courthouse sentenced NFL Miami Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi to three years of misdemeanor probation and several sessions of anger management and community service for commit...
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Skating Rink Development Project Receives Major Financial Boost

Goleta City Council members unanimously approved a development impact fee reduction request to waive $283,875 in fees for a proposed Goleta ice rink called Ice in Paradise at last night’s meeting. T...
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Weekend Wrap-Up 2/20

Over this past weekend, Isla Vista Foot Patrol officers responded to several alcohol-related incidents and five reported burglaries. Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy said three burglaries occurred on Satu...
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Emancipation Proclamation Exhibit Debuts at Davidson Library

Davidson Library hosted the opening of a new exhibition commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, with history professor John Majewski discussing the 19th century anti-sl...
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