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UCSB Track and Water Polo Programs Committed Major Infractions, NCAA Announces

Both the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs and the men’s water polo program were found guilty of violating two different types of NCAA regulations.
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UCSB Student Arrested Following On-Campus Stalking, Victim Discusses Navigating Reporting Process

A third-year UCSB student was arrested Sunday afternoon on a felony charge of stalking and two misdemeanor charges of vandalism and “annoying phone calls.”
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Student Organizations Hold Demonstration in Arbor in Solidarity With Survivors of Sexual Assault

The event’s organizers were careful to emphasize that Thursday’s gathering was not a protest but instead a demonstration to support survivors.
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Delirium Attendance Down by 20%, Special Events Coordinator Discusses Successes, Pitfalls

In 2018, Delirium sold out on the second day of sales. The final total this year was 4,651, more than 1,100 students — or about 20 percent — below capacity.
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There’s No Place Quite Like Sweet Jane

In addition to the myriad of costume-esque clothing and accessory options, Sweet Jane sells birthday supplies, festival clothes and Isla Vista-specific merchandise.
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Sigma Pi Operations Suspended By National Executive Office While UCSB Investigates Sexual Assault Allegations

In the past month, there have been three reports of sexual assault at the Sigma Pi house.
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Five Years of Delirium: How Program Board Works Behind the Scenes

Members of the AS Program Board spend months booking artists, reaching out to their agents and narrowing down the list of potential performers — all of which is student-run. 
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Sigma Pi Removes Fraternity Member Following Sexual Assault Allegations

Doe said she has not approached the university or the local police.
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Trial For iV Menus Owner Patrick Galoustian Pushed to January 2020

The trial for iV Menus owner Patrick Galoustian will now begin in January 2020 at the request of his lawyer.
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Galoustian Files Motion In Court Requesting UCPD Internal Documents, Alleging Violation of Due Process In His Arrest and Investigation

Judge James E. Herman will hear the motion during the afternoon proceedings of the Santa Barbara County Court, which begin at 1:30 p.m.
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Gov. Newsom Signs “Abortion Pill” Bill Into Law

A similar bill, Senate Bill 320, made it through the California State Assembly and Senate last year before it was vetoed by former Gov. Jerry Brown.
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RCSGD Launches Second Annual Out List

The list launches this Friday, Oct. 11, on National Coming Out Day. 
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Latest Mountain Lion Sighting Actually Bobcat, Previous Sightings Confirmed As Mountain Lions

Students are cautioned to stay away from the area until further notice. 
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For Many, Access to Mental Health Resources Starts In College

For students who have never had access to mental health resources before, (C.A.P.S.) can be a student’s first foray into addressing mental health issues.
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Eight International UCSB Students Unable To Begin Fall Quarter Amidst Visa Difficulties

Two of the students are from Iran, one is from Turkey and the other five are from China.
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