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Five Years Later, I.V. Honors Victims of 2014 Shooting With Recreation of Original Vigil

As the group made its way through I.V., people stepped out of homes and restaurants to silently watch.
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How We Remember: Five Years of Refusing To Forget

While I.V. might be losing some of its physical reminders of the tragedy, the community has created its own ways to remember and honor the victims.
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“Gray Area” Of Eligibility Portion of A.S. Legal Code to Remain Unaddressed

Faults in the eligibility portion of Legal Code were highlighted twice during this Senate’s term.
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Two Local Businessmen Propose Loop Renovations, Face Community Resistance at CSD

Jonathan Wygant and Terry Huggins are interested in redeveloping the area to increase the amount of affordable housing in I.V. as well as to create more startup/incubator spaces.
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CSD To Change Election Years, Citing Money Saved and Aiming for Higher Voter Turnout

Three positions on the board of directors will now be up for grabs in the 2020 general election, as opposed to fall 2019.
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A.S. Senate Votes Against Divestment Through Secret Ballot

The early morning vote came down to 10 yeses, 14 noes and 0 abstentions.
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SJP Introduces Feedback Survey for Divestment Resolution

Kupsh added that there is a “pretty big chance” the resolution will be introduced at this Wednesday’s Senate meeting, but declined to confirm an exact date.
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Police, UCSB Administration & Local Government Prepare for Deltopia

As Deltopia weekend approaches, student and local government leaders, UCSB administrators and law enforcement agencies have been collaborating to prioritize student safety.
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CSD Launches Community Beautification App, Plans to Employ Houseless Community Members

The I.V. CSD launched its SeeClickFix app on Sunday, a service meant to allow Isla Vista residents to report graffiti, trash, vandalism or lighting issues to the district.
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Over 200 People Attend Vigil in Solidarity With Muslims of New Zealand

A common sentiment was expressed throughout all of the speeches: Love will overcome hate and fear.
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UC Regents Table Non-Resident Tuition Increase

The Board of Regents plans to reconsider the tuition hike at their next meeting in May.
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Trial for iV Menus Owner Will Begin in Late July

Both parties said they anticipate the trial to take 15 court days, which includes jury selection.
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Four Orgs Express Interest in Empty UCen Space

UCPD was the first and only organization to express interest in the space as of December 2018.
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S.A.G. Martinez Found in Violation of Legal Code by A.G. Safadi

Martinez maintained that she did not believe she violated Legal Code.
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C.A.P.S.’ Only Black Female Psychologist Reflects On What Brought Her to UCSB

Merchant hopes to help Black students find peace and a sense of belonging and safety through counseling.
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