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Police Intervene After Threat of Suicide on I.V. Cliffs

A suicidal subject threatened to jump off a cliff on Saturday at Pelican Park in Isla Vista, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office on Sunday.
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Documents Show 6 UCSB Employees Violated Title IX Policy

The documents identify approximately 124 Title IX violations across the UC system between Jan. 1, 2013, and April 6, 2016. Four of six cases at UCSB were reported by students, and the remaining were r...
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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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Documents Obtained by ‘Daily Californian’ Reveal 113 Cases of Sexual Misconduct Across UC

Approximately one-third of the faculty, staff and coaches named in the documents still work for the UC, according to Daily Cal.
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Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors Appoints CSD Board Member

Bob Geis, the former county auditor-controller, will serve as the county appointee on the CSD board for the next two years.
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Memorial Honors UCSB Student Weiwei ‘Linka’ Liu

A UC Santa Barbara student who died Sunday in Santa Cruz Residence Hall was honored with a memorial service Wednesday hosted by the Chinese Students and Scholars Association.
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New Party Emerges for A.S. Elections

The Isla Vista Party marks the fifth new party to emerge in the past two years.
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Police Release Identity of Deceased Student

According to police, the cause of death is still under investigation. No foul play is suspected.
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UCSB Student Dies On Campus

Police responded to a call at Santa Cruz Residence Hall at approximately 4 p.m. They confirmed at approximately 8:30 p.m. that a student had died.
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Fraternity Brothers Remember UCSB Alumnus

Kenneth “Kenny” Yun graduated from UCSB in June 2016 with a degree in chemical engineering.
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UCSB Alumnus Dies After Falling From Isla Vista Balcony

The coroner’s office is conducting an investigation to determine the official cause and manner of Yun's death, police said.
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Travel Ban Bars 3 Students From U.S. Return

In a press release Saturday, the UC Office of the President advised students from the seven countries listed in the executive order to not travel outside the United States. OISS recommends that all in...
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Solar Origami Takes First at Startup Competition

When Robert Salazar, an origami artist of 16 years, first pitched the idea of marketing an origami solar cooker named Orisun, not too many students could get behind it.
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Tax Proposed To Fund I.V. Parks

Isla Vista residents will vote in May on a special tax to fund additional park services, county authorities confirmed Tuesday.
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Brown: More Funding, Less Aid in the UCs

Gov. Jerry Brown proposed higher funding for the University of California in his budget proposal released Tuesday, allocating $146.7 million more to the UC system.
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