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Weekend Wrap-Up

Last weekend Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to numerous incidents of burglary and made several alcohol-related citations and arrests. IVFP Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy said the burglary of a residen...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

This past weekend, Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to a series of illegal drug possession and alcohol-related incidents. According to I.V. Foot Patrol Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, a patrol deputy st...
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UCEAP To Increase Scholarship Money For Upcoming Year

The University of California Educational Abroad Program will double its scholarship funding to $1 million for the 2013-14 school year. The increased funding will provide a pool of money to be split in...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to a series of burglaries along with several alcohol-related incidents over the weekend. According to IVFP Lieutenant Ray Vuillemainroy, a burglary occurred on the...
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UCSB Disc Golf Builds Interest With Record-Breaking Fundraiser

UCSB Disc Golf Team founder Mike Sale will attempt to break the world record for most disc golf holes played in 24 hours next month as part of a fundraiser for the team to attend the National Collegia...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol responded to three burglaries and several alcohol- related incidents over the three-day Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend. Officers responded to a reported theft on the 800...
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Homeland Security To Investigate Human Smuggling After Panga Boat Found In Goleta

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is investigating the possibility of human smuggling after a 30-foot panga boat was found washed up on Goleta Beach last Friday morning. The fiberglass boat, wh...
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CalPIRG Blends Solar-Powered Smoothies, Educates on Energy Efficiency

CalPIRG offered up free smoothies to students strolling by the Arbor yesterday as part of an effort to showcase the powers of energy-efficiency and affordability found in the solar-powered blenders th...
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The I.V. Foot Patrol responded to several incidents this weekend, including a street fire, a fall from the beachside cliffs and other alcohol-related crimes. According to I.V. Foot Patrol Lieutenant R...
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Student-Led Group Sells Vietnamese Food to Support Cancer Awareness Event Relay for Life

This past Saturday afternoon, UCSB students participated in the Pho-ntastic Noodles fundraiser, an independently planned charity event to raise money for nonprofit organization American Cancer Society...
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Churches and Volunteer Groups Open Doors to The Homeless During Extreme Low Temperatures

Santa Barbara County’s emergency warmth centers — coordinated systems of various churches, nonprofit groups, vol- unteers and county employees working together to shelter the homeless in the winte...
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Interdisciplinary Study Disproves Link Between Genetics, Diabetes

UCSB biomedical researchers recently discovered that Type 2 diabetes is triggered by alterations in cellular metabolism as opposed to predetermined genetics. Their findings were published on Dec. 27 i...
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Estate To Possibly Be Turned Into Museum

Last year, philanthropist, art patron and heiress Huguette Clark passed away at the age of 104, leaving behind a 23-acre estate that is now the topic of a heated legal dispute. Clark left behind two d...
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Defense Attorney To Give Students Free Information On Legal Situations

The Associated Students Legal Resource Center is featuring local criminal defense attorney William Makler for a Q&A seminar on the best ways to handle legal issues tonight from 5 to 6 p.m. and 6 t...
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New I.V. Residence Gives Discounts to Economics, Engineering Majors

St. George and Associates property management and the architects at Shubin & Donaldson are currently constructing an apartment complex at 870 Camino Del Sur that will be the largest private develo...
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