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Size Matters: Smaller Fish and Endangered Reefs

Size Matters: Smaller Fish and Endangered Reefs

UC Santa Barbara research biologist Jenn Caselle recently published a study revealing the importance of and threats to the California sheephead fish (Semicossyphus pulcher) in maintaining healthy marine ecosystems. Caselle…

Exploring I.V. Through a Cop’s Eyes During the ‘Fall Offensive’

Exploring I.V. Through a Cop’s Eyes During the ‘Fall Offensive’

As the first weekend after Halloween and the last weekend of “Fall Orientation” for the Isla Vista Foot Patrol (IVFP), this past Friday marked a period in which IVFP and…

History of Halloween in I.V.

History of Halloween in I.V.

Examining Halloween’s recent evolution in Isla Vista, suspicion and uneasiness towards authority paired with extensive rules and restrictions and constraint have led to rising contentions between police and civilians, a…

I.V. Food Co-op and A.S. Food Bank Host Community Potluck

I.V. Food Co-op and A.S. Food Bank Host Community Potluck

The Isla Vista Food Co-op teamed up with the Associated Students Food Bank to host a community dinner potluck on the Co-op courtyard this past Friday. The potluck kicked off…

Annual Festival Advocates Food for the SOL

Annual Festival Advocates Food for the SOL

This year’s fifth-annual Sustainable, Organic and Local (SOL) Food Festival brought live music, contests, cooking demonstrations and an array of local food vendors to Vera Cruz Park…

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