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UCSB Student Arrested in Freebirds Stabbing

Third-year UCSB student Peter Cho was charged with attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and destroying or concealing evidence following a fight outside of Freebirds early this past Sunday. U...
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Two Suspects Detained in Sabado Tarde Rd. Shooting

Santa Barbara County Sheriff ’s Deputies responded to multiple gunshots being fired on the 6500 block of Sabado Tarde Road during the early morning hours of Saturday and have taken two suspects into...
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Prop 30 and Prop 32 Spark Protests and Local Rallies

Yesterday students, policymakers, faculty and university staff gathered in front of the Arbor at noon to protest ballot initiative Proposition 32 and rally support for Proposition 30. While some prote...
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Pardall Carnival Brings I.V. Community Together

On Saturday, students, families and other Isla Vista residents gathered in the heart of town in celebration of this year’s fourth annual Pardall Carnival. Isla Vistans flocked to the small beach com...
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Representative Receives Honor For Supporting Public Education

Last week, Congresswoman Lois Capps was named a ‘Champion for Children’ by the national children’s advocacy group First Focus Campaign for Children for her history of prioritizing education duri...
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Haitian Cholera Epidemic Inspires Heated Documentary

Last night Direct Relief International and the UC Haiti Initiative packed Campbell Hall for a free screening of the documentary Baseball in the Time of Cholera, which takes a critical look at the rece...
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Largest Freshman Class in School History Impacts Several UCSB Services

UCSB enrolled its largest freshman class to date this year, leaving the university with issues of overcrowding that could impact on-campus services such as housing, class registration and campus servi...
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UC Regents Sue Disney, Facebook, Wal-Mart, Search for Budget Solutions

Last week at UCSF Mission Bay, the UC Board of Regents met to discuss methods of coping with budget cuts for the 2012-2013 school year and simultaneously entered into litigation against Disney, Wal-Ma...
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Late Night Stabbing Results in Multiple Injuries

UCPD officers and Santa Barbara County Sherriff’s Department deputies responded to a reported stabbing incident last Saturday at 2:17 a.m. at a residence on the 6700 block of Trigo Road. The alterca...
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Regents Support Tax Proposition For State Funding

The UC Board of Regents voted to endorse Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed tax initiative, which would save the 10-campus system from a 20.3 percent tuition hike in the 2012-2013 year, during their Ju...
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Regents Meet to Deliberate Tax Initiative

The UC Board of Regents will meet next week at UC San Francisco Mission Bay to discuss the possibility of either a 20.3 percent mid-year tuition hike or a tuition freeze, depending on whether Gov. Jer...
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Extravaganza Keeps Tradition Alive, Pleases Large Crowds

Students flocked by the thousands into Harder Stadium yesterday for the chance to see hip hop legend Snoop Dogg along with a variety of other top performers such as DJ Wolfgang Gartner and reggae band...
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Judges Award Budding Entrepreneurs

The Technology Management Program’s 13th annual New Venture Competition awarded over $25,000 in prizes to six finalist teams last night at Corwin Pavilion, with aPEEL Technology — a venture for ad...
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DPP Executives Join With OPP-Dominated Senate

Associated Students Spring election results were announced last night in Karl Geiringer Hall, leaving the senate seats dominated by Open People’s Party (OPP) members and a majority of the executive ...
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Students Exhibit Business Ambitions

Nineteen teams of undergraduate and graduate students showcased business models for their newly developed ideas and inventions yesterday in the semi-finals for the 13th annual New Venture Competition....
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