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Embattled Student’s Suspension Lifted

A judge has ruled that a UC Santa Barbara freshman who sued the university may now return to school after over 200 days of indefinite suspension.
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A.S. Remembers Staff Member David Miller

David B. Miller worked at the publication office for the last five years. Miller is leaving behind a wife and two wonderful children.
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Fossil Fuel Activists Call UC Disinvestment ‘Just a Drop in the Bucket’

The UC Regents investments office announced earlier in March that it has removed approximately $150 million of its investments in fossil fuel companies since 2014, but student activists say they will ...
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Police Respond to Sexual Assault on 67 Block of Del Playa Drive

Police responded to a report of sexual assault Saturday morning on the 67 block of Del Playa Drive, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office reported.
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Suspended Student Sues to Return to School

According to a letter from Doe’s lawyer addressed to the Regents and the Office of the Chancellor at UCSB, the university has suspended Doe indefinitely since the end of August despite not having ch...
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George Thurlow Joins CSD on First Day of Business

The CSD held its first public meeting on Tuesday in which the Board elected officers, established three new committees and addressed an open forum of community members.
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County Unanimously Reaffirms Deltopia Weekend Festival Ordinance

The festival ordinance will limit large gatherings of people from playing loud music between the hours of 6 p.m. and 7 a.m on Deltopia weekend.
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CSD Takes First Steps in I.V. Governance

The Isla Vista Community Services District was born this Wednesday after a decades-long movement for self-governance in Isla Vista.
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County To Reinstate Festival Ordinance for Deltopia 2017

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors passed a motion Tuesday introducing a bill to prohibit musical activities between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. for this year’s Deltopia weekend.
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Rains Relieve Lake Cachuma, But We’re Not Out of the Water Yet

Lake Cachuma is at 42.5 percent capacity, up 24.5 percent from last week, according to a county report released Wednesday.
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I.V. Resident Hospitalized with Meningitis

Signs of meningitis B include a sudden onset of fever, severe headache and stiff neck, as well as vomiting, rash and confusion.
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County To Apply for Grant for I.V. Community Center

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors passed a motion Tuesday morning authorizing county officials to apply for a grant of up to $1.1 million to renovate the Isla Vista Community Center.
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Woman Sexually Assaulted on Estero Road

A woman was reportedly sexually assaulted in Isla Vista on Saturday, according to a university crime alert Sunday from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office.
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UCen Starbucks Opening Postponed Until Summer

The Starbucks coffee shop replacing Nicoletti’s in the UCen will now open in Summer 2017, postponed from its expected debut at the end of January.
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KCSB DJs Spin Music From Banned Countries

Third-year KCSB DJs Frank Horne and Elena Bernick played music from the seven Muslim-majority countries affected by President Donald Trump’s travel ban on their radio show Tuesday.
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