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State of Emergency Allows Joint Cleanup Effort

The City of Goleta, County of Santa Barbara and the State of California each declared a state of emergency Wednesday regarding the Refugio Beach oil spill, allowing local, state and federal entities t...
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Psychologist To Discuss Healing

UC Santa Barbara Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) Senior Consultant and Psychologist Beth Cohen will hold a discussion on psychological healing titled “The Impact of the Isla Vista Tragedy...
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Art Installation To Light Campus

Media Arts Technology (MAT) Program professor Marcos Novak, Academic Senate Chair and sociology professor Kum-Kum Bhavnani and Academic Senate Vice-Chair and physics professor Omer Blaes will host “...
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Guerry Awards Honor Efforts of Community Police

For their responses to the events of May 23 last year, Santa Barbara Co. Sheriff’s Department (SBCSO) deputies and UCSB Police Department (UCPD) officers were commended at the 46th annual H. Thomas ...
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Locals Gather to Raise Awareness for the Houseless

“The kids don’t care and will run over you with bikes and you’re constantly living in a state of fear from being attacked or mugged or raped by anyone. The people here don’t give a damn about ...
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Festival To Celebrate Music, Art and Love

Isla Vista Community Relations Committee (IVCRC), Associated Students Program Board and I.V. Recreation and Park District (IVRPD) will host the annual Chilla Vista music and arts festival from 1 p.m. ...
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Prof. To Talk on Malware, Cybersecurity

UCSB computer science professor Giovanni Vigna will give a lecture titled “The Evolution of Malware” in the Pacific View Room tonight at 4 p.m. as part of the Davidson Library’s Pacific Views: L...
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Fraternity Brothers Walk a Mile in Heels

The Sigma Pi and Kappa Sigma fraternities hosted Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Friday night, leading a march from Storke Tower to Embarcadero Hall as part of a movement to end rape, sexual assault and gend...
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Kerman Speaks at Campbell

Author of Orange is the New Black encouraged students to push for jail reform last night
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New Arbor Mural Assembled

Students for Justice in Palestine erect mobile mural, sparking West Bank, Gaza Strip debate
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Author Lectures on Social Pressure of Technology

Writer and fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the University of Virginia Matthew B. Crawford gave a lecture on modern technology and the mind Tuesday night in Campbell Hall.
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Lecture Talks About Reintroducing Extinct Animals

The UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center (IHC) hosted a talk on the possibilities of resurrecting extinct life by Oliver A. Ryder titled “Conservation, De-Extinction, and the Future of Life” i...
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SB Leader in Saving Water, AP Study Finds

In a study done by the Associated Press of data published by the State Water Resources Control Board this month, Santa Barbara was found to be a leader in water conservation among cities in Southern ...
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UCSB Muslim Students Discuss Discrimination

Gauchos of Islamic faith and/or Middle Eastern descent open up about the effects of the Department of Homeland Security's recent Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) program and other international even...
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Former US Ambassador Gives Lecture on Foreign Policy

Former U.S. ambassador to Morocco Marc Ginsberg and previous executive director at the American Task Force on Palestine Ghaith al-Omari presented a lecture in Campbell Hall about U.S. foreign policy i...
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