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Trading Post Brings Sustainable Fashion to Isla Vista

When Brooke Rothfield learned about the human rights abuses occurring in Bangladesh sweatshops, she felt compelled to help combat the effects of fast fashion. Joining forces with three other women, in...
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July 2017 Whittier Fire May Have Effect on Lake Cachuma Water Quality

The Whittier fire that burned through Santa Barbara County in July could have a lasting detrimental effect on the water quality in Lake Cachuma, a main water source for the county.
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Student Who Led Sit-In Expresses Frustrations 6 Months Later, Faculty Discuss Improvements

Following a nine-hour student sit-in at Cheadle Hall against the university’s treatment of sexual violence in May, UCSB faculty met this Tuesday, Nov. 14, to revisit the status of the 12 demands mad...
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I.V. Parks Dive Headfirst into Recycled Water

The IVRPD approved a project last month that will create recycled-water irrigation in I.V. parks, increasing water sustainability after the region’s recent droughts.
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Halloweekend Brings Parking Restrictions to I.V., UCSB

Isla Vista, Goleta and UC Santa Barbara will implement parking restrictions this weekend in anticipation of an influx of visitors for Halloween.
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Tattoo Parlor’s Precious Dogs Leave Their Prints on Isla Vista Community

Precious Slut Tattoo, a local piercing and tattoo parlor, has long grabbed the community’s attention with its risqué name. Now, students have five more reasons to flock to the shop.
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The Science Behind Grief and Tragedy

A psychological study done by Columbia University after the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting may shed light on the transition UCSB faces as the last class of primary sources graduates.
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Keys N Krates Ring in School Year

The energy was palpable Saturday night as students hurried to UCSB’s Welcome Back Concert, eager to dance up a sweat to the trap beats of EDM group Keys N Krates.
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