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UCSB Hosts 12th Annual Afrikan Black Coalition Conference

Organizers estimate more than 600 students from all University of California campuses and nearly every California State University will travel to UCSB from Feb. 12-15 for the 12th annual Afrikan Black...
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University, Police, Attorney Respond to Rape Arrest

The University of California, Santa Barbara responded Thursday to the arrest of a suspect in the February 2014 rape and assault of a student on campus.
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Students Suspect Increase in Bike Citations

Ricky Waltman was biking to work early Tuesday morning when he approached a stop sign at the corner of Camino Del Sur and Trigo Road. A California Highway Patrol car was parked on the side of the stre...
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Former Student Arrested in 2014 Campus Rape Case

UC Santa Barbara Police arrested one man Wednesday in connection with the February 2014 violent rape and assault of a UCSB student.
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Small Plane Crashes at Santa Barbara Airport

A small plane crashed Monday evening at Santa Barbara Airport when its single engine failed shortly after takeoff.
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Lawsuit Claims ‘Dangerous’ Area of UCSB Led to Rape

A UC Santa Barbara student who was raped on campus in 2014 is claiming the University failed to adequately maintain an “overgrown foliage area” despite previous reports of criminal activity in the...
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Victim of On-Campus Rape Files Lawsuit Against UC Regents

A lawsuit filed Tuesday on behalf of a UC Santa Barbara student who was violently raped by three men in 2014 alleges that UCSB is partially responsible for the assault because it neglected a “danger...
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Is Sweet Alley For Sale?

An advertisement on Craigslist has generated questions about whether Isla Vista’s popular frozen yogurt shop, Sweet Alley, is for sale.
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Body Cam Program Progresses

Eight Isla Vista Foot Patrol deputies have been testing body-worn video cameras for about a year, and all 16 may be wearing the cameras in the spring according to Sol Linver, commander of the Santa Ba...
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Woman Killed by Train Identified as UCSB Student

The woman who died after being struck by a train in Goleta on Sunday has been identified as Lillian Feng, a 19-year-old UCSB student who lived in Isla Vista. Shortly after 9 a.m. on Jan. 10, Feng was...
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Renovated Library Opens for Winter Quarter

After two and a half years and more than $80 million, the new and renovated portions of the UCSB Library — totaling 150,000 square feet — opened on Monday.
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UC Divests from Private Prisons After Pressure from Black Student Unions

The University of California has sold approximately $25 million worth of indirect investments in private prison corporations after the Afrikan Black Coalition, which encompasses UC’s nine Black Stud...
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Students Hold Vigil for Planned Parenthood Shooting Victims

A small group of students gathered Tuesday at the Associated Students Pardall Center in Isla Vista at a candlelight vigil to commemorate the lives of the three people killed by a gunman at a Planned P...
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Stakeholders Meet to Allocate Potential CSD Funding

The Isla Vista Self Governance Initiative held a public meeting Tuesday in the Isla Vista Clinic building to discuss which services should be the first to receive funding if I.V. becomes a Community S...
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Students Express Solidarity with Mizzou Protests

In a dimly-lit Isla Vista garage, about 45 students, local residents and UC Santa Barbara staff members convened on Wednesday to support University of Missouri protesters, share their difficulties as ...
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