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Channel Surfers Battle Rough Seas in 13-Mile Voyage

While many residents in Isla Vista were coping with hangovers and dirty apartments the day after Deltopia weekend, a group of UC Santa Barbara fourth years and alumni opted to embark on a long-desired...
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Once ‘At-Risk Youth’ Dela Cruz Receives UCSB’s Highest Honor

Dela Cruz has served several positions in A.S., is currently completing her thesis on the history of the Ventura School for Girls and will be graduating with a bachelor's degree in history of public p...
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Vignettes: 3 Perspectives of Grief, Change and Progress After May 23

On the night of May 23, once the majority of us had become aware something very bad had happened, I called my parents and told them I was safe. May 24 was a gloomy day, no sun in Santa Barbara’s typ...
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UCSB Ranked 2nd Amongst ‘Top Colleges Doing the Most for the American Dream’

UC Santa Barbara ranks second-best in the nation amongst universities “committed to economic diversity,” according to a New York Times college ranking released Thursday.
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UCPD Responds to Suspicious Object in Campbell Hall, Confirms Building Is Safe

The Tab UCSB reported that students evacuated the lecture hall after a bomb scare Tuesday morning, but UCPD confirmed there was no bomb, just a “subject disturbing class.”
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Carrying on the Legacy of Christopher Michaels-Martinez

As the inaugural recipient of the Christopher Michaels-Martinez Memorial Scholarship, my experience of the events of May 23, 2014, is mostly secondhand. Campus administration created six scholarships ...
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UCSB Students in Manchester Safe After Bombing

Six UC Santa Barbara students studying abroad at the University of Manchester are safe following a bombing in Manchester on Monday night.
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A Legacy of Remembrance: Documenting Isla Vista’s Recovery After May 23, 2014

Community members gathered Monday evening at the MultiCultural Center not to relate the trauma but to retrace the memorialization that took place following the tragedy that redefined I.V.
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Farewell, Holly

Jim Morrison's fabled muse for "The Crystal Ship," Platform Holly, will soon disappear as Venoco, Inc. has filed for bankruptcy.
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Chancellor Yang Agrees To Endorse $3 Billion UC Divestment From Fossil Fuels After 72-Hour Sit-In

Nearly 60 hours into a sit-in staged by student activists, Chancellor Henry T. Yang has agreed to publicly endorse UC divestment of nearly $3 billion from fossil fuel companies, making him the first-e...
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A.S. Senate Fails to Pass Divestment Resolution After 10-Hour Meeting

Over 100 students gathered in Corwin Pavilion to witness the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate vote on a resolution to divest from companies that aid Israel in alleged human rights violations against ...
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Measure O Passes, Will Fund I.V. Park Services

Measure O passed Tuesday night with approximately 80 percent of Isla Vista voters choosing to approve the special tax to fund additional park services in I.V.
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Students Advocating for Fossil Fuel Divestment Stage Sit-in, Meet With Chancellor Yang

After hosting a sit-in at Cheadle Hall for almost 36 hours, student leaders are currently meeting with Chancellor Henry T. Yang to gain his support in urging UC Regents to divest nearly $3 billion fro...
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Police Arrest Isla Vista Resident for Alleged Hate Crime

Police have taken into custody an I.V. resident who allegedly attacked an elderly individual last month in belief that the person was homosexual.
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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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