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For the Love of the Game: UCSB Club Baseball

Off to a hot 7-1 and 4-1 conference start, the UCSB club baseball team is looking to shock many as it has made its way into the national club rankings. Staff writer Max Fernbacher shows his appreciati...
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Leaving Home: A Soldier, a Student and a Lesson on Self Discovery

Max Fernbacher shares side-by-side profiles of two very different individuals at the same stage in life.
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Alumnus and Former NASA Astronaut José Hernández Honored at Dream Luncheon

  UC Santa Barbara’s 2015 Distinguished Alumnus and former NASA astronaut José Hernández was honored Saturday during the Dream Luncheon for his career and support for youth S.T.E.M. education...
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New Storage Service To Assist On-Campus Residents

The student-run storage service company known as BoxCamp will offer summer storage and delivery for UC Santa Barbara students moving out of on-campus residence halls during the last two weeks of Sprin...
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County Board of Supervisors, Sheriff’s Dept. Enact Deltopia Noise Ordinance

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors granted a request from the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday for the issuing of noise ordinances during the first two weekends of April in h...
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Goleta Ice Skating Facility Breaks Ground

The Greater Santa Barbara Ice Skating Association (GSBISA) broke ground Thursday afternoon on “Ice in Paradise,” an ice skating arena located near Girsh Park in Goleta, CA.
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County Approves Fencing Project

The Santa Barbara County Planning Commission voted unanimously yesterday in support of fencing six public parks that line the bluffs of Isla Vista.
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UCSB Professor Shuji Nakamura Wins Nobel

Materials professor Shuji Nakamura was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics this morning for the invention of the blue light-emitting diode, or LED, together with Japanese colleagues Isamu Akasak...
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UCPD Releases Past Year’s Campus Crime Statistics

Last Wednesday, University of California Police Department released its annual crime statistics report as required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics ...
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Mark Massari

Athletic Director Leaves UCSB

Athletic Director Mark Massari, who has overseen the athletics department for the past six years, announced last Wednesday he would be leaving UCSB to become the deputy athletics director at Oregon St...
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Mark Massari

TA Union Cancels Strike

The University of California reached a tentative agreement with the United Auto Workers yesterday, a labor union that represents more than 12,000 academic student employees at the nine UC campuses.
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Safe & Sound: Isla Vista Plans to Improve Public Safety

The Associated Students Public Safety Commission held a public safety meeting in Isla Vista Theater yesterday where attendees discussed ways to improve safety and quality of life in Isla Vista.
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Thousands Attend Paddle-Out

Thousands of students and Isla Vista residents gathered on the beach below Manzanita Village for an Isla Vista Paddle-Out Memorial yesterday evening.
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Anti-Sexual Violence Group Holds Concert

The first annual #UCSBFightingSexualViolence benefit concert featured a variety of musical performances from students and local musicians this past Saturday at the Theater and Dance building, with all...
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ShadowMaps Wins New Venture Competition

The Technology Management Program’s New Venture Competition Finals awarded $10,000 to a team of graduate students yesterday at Corwin Pavilion for their business start-up ShadowMaps, an application ...
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