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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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UC To Divest From Fossil Fuels, But Climate Activists Say This Is Only The First Step

For climate activists across the UC system, but particularly at UC Santa Barbara, the victory was lauded. 
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Second Sighting of Mountain Lion Reported By Devereux Lagoon

The alert warned students to avoid the area for the time being. 
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UCSB Rolls Out Option To Indicate Pronouns Through G.O.L.D.

The RCSGD and the Trans Task Force have been advocating for this initiative for several years now, starting with former RCSGD director Christine Dolan. 
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UCSB Alumna Chanel Miller Comes Forward As Emily Doe, Announces Forthcoming Book

For those who knew Miller ‘14 at UCSB, her gripping literary voice comes as no surprise. 
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A Look Inside the History of “The Most Unique Local Government in California”

As it approaches nearly three years since that November election, the district has begun to land on its feet following a rocky first few years. 
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UCPD Cases To Be Stalled in Court For Six Months As UCSB Completes Internal Investigations

The lawsuits allege wide misconduct within the police department, retaliation for reporting said misconduct and violations of the California Whistleblower Protection Act.
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Former UC Graduate Student Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Regents, Claiming Lack of Due Process in Title IX Proceedings

The student is suing on his own behalf as well as on behalf of all other UC students who were disciplined under several different sexual harassment and sexual violence policies.
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Driver Damages Four Cars, House on 67 Block of Del Playa Drive

Police officers found the car abandoned by the corner of Camino Pescadero and El Greco Road around 9:50 p.m.
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Water Rescue Called In For Drunk Rafters, Aborted Shortly After Group Tows Themselves In

The individuals had been out in the ocean for approximately fifteen minutes before the water rescue was called in.
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