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UCSB Students Receive Fellowships for Service Program

Three undergraduate students from UC Santa Barbara have received fellowships to participate in a new Presidential Public Service Fellowship Program beginning in the fall.
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Dancers Perform at Storke Plaza in Remembrance of May 23, To Celebrate Peace

Seventy-five dancers dressed in white performed in Storke Plaza on Monday to mark the second anniversary of the May 23, 2014, shooting.
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Family, Wellwishers Fund Student Funeral

Alen Nazari, a fourth-year psychology major at UCSB, passed away on Friday, April 8 due to unknown causes.
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UC Fellowship To Fund Research on Effects of Tobacco

The University of California launched the UC Smoke and Tobacco-Free Student Fellowship on Monday to fund research projects that focus on reducing the effect of tobacco products on UC campuses.
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All-Freshman Team Makes it to Startup Fair

UCSB’s Technology Management Program (TMP) will host the New Venture Fair Thursday evening at Corwin Pavilion, allowing student teams to present startup business plans as part of the 17th annual New...
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Campus United Emerges Dominant in Associated Students Election

For the first time in over five years, UCSB students saw three new political parties emerge to compete for positions in the Associated Students election.
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A.S. Senate Introduces Inexpensive Live Stream

A.S. Senate plans to begin live streaming their meetings next week, using mounted mobile devices to create an accessible video archive.
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Capps’s H.O.P.E. Act Yields Two Successful Surgeries

Johns Hopkins University Medical Center announced the first successful HIV-positive organ donation on Wednesday, made possible by the HIV Organ Policy Equity (H.O.P.E.) Act, sponsored by Santa Barbara...
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Exxon To Truck Oil Out of Los Flores Canyon

Exxon Mobil Corporation received approval on Monday for its proposal to transport oil stranded in Las Flores canyon out by truck.
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Isla Vista Food Co-op To Receive Solar Panels

The UCSB Solar Ambassadors team will launch a crowdfunding campaign in early February to raise money for solar panels for the Isla Vista Food Co-op as part of their goal to improve sustainability in t...
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Winter Marks an Expected Increase in Monarch Butterflies at Ellwood

  An increased number of monarch butterflies is expected to inhabit the Ellwood Monarch Butterfly Grove this winter as part of their annual migration to the west coast. In recent years, the monar...
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Local Church Hosts LGBTQ Youth Conference

The First Congregational Church of Santa Barbara hosted the LGBTQ Youth Conference on Saturday at the church’s State Street location to provide engaging workshops for middle and high school-age LGBT...
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SJP Slam Poetry Night Focuses on Israeli Occupation of Palestine

UCSB Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) hosted A Night of Slam Poetry and Palestinian Culture featuring slam poet and human rights activist Remi Kanazi Thursday night in the MultiCultural Center ...
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First LGBTQ Youth Conference To Be Held Saturday

The First Congregational Church of Santa Barbara, in partnership with Planned Parenthood and PFLAG, formally known as Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, will be hosting the first LGBT...
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UC Regents Discuss, Define Anti-Semitism

Amid concerns of anti-Semitic threats on UC campuses, the Board of Regents held an open forum Monday to discuss revisions to the definition of anti-Semitism The UC Board of Regents held a public forum...
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