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Admission Rate at UC Santa Barbara Slips Lower for Class of 2021

UCSB accepted 493 more out-of-state students than in the previous year and 297 more international students.
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Hit and Run Leaves UCSB Student with Broken Leg

California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded Wednesday afternoon to a call of a hit and run with major injuries on Pardall and Embarcadero Del Mar. CHP responded to a call of a hit and run at approximate...
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Male Victim Dies After Self-Inflicted Gunshot on UCSB Campus

Police responded to a gunshot on the UC Santa Barbara campus at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Thursday.
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Despite Facing Unlikely Odds, Non-Traditional Grads Persevere

Most people thinking of college graduates might imagine naïve young adults with no responsibilities — youths who sleep in too late and drink too much, unlikely to cope with the pressures of the “...
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CSD Holds First Public Safety Town Hall Meeting

During the meeting, attendees raised the possibility of creating a civilian review board and improving transparency in law enforcement’s crime reporting.
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Suit Against I.V. Shooter’s Housing Complex Progresses

The parents of James Hong, David Wang and George Chen filed a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against Capri Apartments and Asset Campus Housing in March of 2015.
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Over 200 gather for Memorial Vigil

Student a capella groups opened Tuesday’s memorial of the tragic events of May 23, 2014, with a performance of “Amazing Grace,” as the victims’ families, students, faculty and staff gathered o...
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Amid Budget Woes, SB Sheriff’s Office Faces Potential Staff Cuts

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office (SBSO) is currently over budget, understaffed and overworked, county officials reported in budget discussions this past month.
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IVRPD Accepts $13,000 Donation from UCSB

The Isla Vista Recreation and Park District accepted $13,000 from UC Santa Barbara this Thursday as part of an agreement to use the funds for park improvements and maintenance.
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Unfazed by the Haze: Greek Life Confronts its Reputation

UC Santa Barbara has seen three fraternities lose their charter or colony status since 2014 for hazing-related offenses. Phi Sigma Kappa, Beta Theta Pi and Nu Alpha Kappa all lost their colony or char...
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A.S. Publications Renamed After Staff Member Who Passed Away

Over 50 staff and students gathered outside of Corwin Pavilion on Friday to rename the print shop after David Miller, a UC Santa Barbara staff member who died in March.
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Students Return to UCSB Chancellor’s Office to Reiterate Demands for Sexual Violence Reform

The demands ranged from infrastructure — more lighting on Slough Road, a Survivor Resource Center — to community agreements involving the UC Police Department, the Isla Vista Foot Patrol and UCSB ...
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Campus United Dominates Associated Students Election for Second Year Running

The party won four of five executive seats, save one which is a nonpartisan student advocate general. Students elected 16 Campus United candidates and 9 candidates from the newly formed Isla Vista Par...
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SJP Proposes Bill to Divest from Alleged Palestinian Human Rights Abuses

The student group UC Santa Barbara Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) released a resolution this Sunday calling for Associated Students to divest from companies that contribute to what SJP calls ...
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Navpreet Khabra Announces Write-In Candidacy for A.S. President

Navpreet Khabra, a third year Asian-American studies major, announced her campaign for Associated Students president as a write-in candidate this Sunday.
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