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‘Democracy Now!’ Host To Talk Media, Activism at UCSB

Amy Goodman, host and founder of the hallmark NPR global news program “Democracy Now!,” will be speaking to UC Santa Barbara students Sunday as part of a tour promoting her new book.
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New UCPD Substation To Open in Library

UCPD is preparing to open a new substation in the UCSB Library, hoping to establish informal interactions between officers and students.
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Isla Vista Crime Down 20% Over Two Years, DA Reports

A new report from the Isla Vista Safe Committee shows violent crime in I.V. decreased 25 percent and overall crime decreased 20 percent from 2013 to 2015.
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Deltopia Crowds, Arrests, Citations Down for Second Straight Year

Despite the ubiquitous parties and red cups in Isla Vista this Deltopia weekend, preliminary statistics show that crowd size, arrests and citations decreased for a second straight year.
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Horses Kept on Sideline During Deltopia

In contrast to years past, police horses spent much of Deltopia in portable trailers on the edge of Isla Vista Saturday after some students criticized their use as "intimidating."
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More Than 1000 Isla Vistans Without Power After Underground Fire

The outage stretches from the edge of UCSB west to Camino Pescadero and from the bottom of the IV loop to El Colegio Road, leaving more than 1000 residents without power.
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Controversial Trump Markings Surface Around Campus

UCSB maintenance staff washed much of the chalk away by Thursday afternoon, leaving only blurred marks and puddles, but many students remained troubled by the aggressive messages.
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New Committee To Review Sexual Harassment Sanctions Against UC Senior Leaders

UC President Janet Napolitano has selected 12 members to serve on a new committee tasked with reviewing sanctions imposed on UC “senior leaders” who violate the UC Policy on Sexual Violence and Se...
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Suspect Arrested in ‘Diabolical’ Triple Homicide

Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Detectives arrested Pierre Haobsh, 27, at gunpoint shortly after midnight Friday at a Bonsall gas station in San Diego County.
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Names of Triple-Homicide Victims Released

A local doctor, his wife and their five-year-old daughter were found dead Wednesday inside their Goleta-area residence.
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Former Student Denied Bail, Held on Rape Charges

The former UCSB student accused of raping and beating another former student with two men in 2014 was denied bail Wednesday.
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Silk Road Ensemble Thrills Granada

Yo-Yo Ma was the last person to begin playing, and while many of those in the audience likely came to see him, it was members of the ensemble who were front and center for much of the night.
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Students ‘LARP’ for Lymphoma Research

About 45 UCSB students beat each other senseless with foam-covered PVC pipes on Saturday in a live action role-playing (LARP) battle to support lymphoma research.
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Ex-Student Pleads Not Guilty in 2014 Campus Rape

A former UC Santa Barbara student accused of raping a woman on campus in 2014 pleaded not guilty to two felony rape charges Tuesday and will continue to be held without bail.
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Students Pack Thunderdome, Kick off ABC Conference

Nearly 500 students from 18 California colleges filled the UCSB Thunderdome Saturday morning for the Afrikan Black Coalition (ABC) Conference opening ceremony, where they were greeted by singers, dan...
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