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Isla Vista Party Upsets Campus United’s Stronghold on A.S.

Campus United remains dominant in the A.S. Senate, after students elected 14 Campus United candidates and 10 from IVP.
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Federal Judge Upholds DACA, Will Receive New Applications

The University of California Office of the President released a statement on Wednesday in support of a federal judge’s Tuesday ruling that will keep the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)...
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Off-Campus Senate Candidates Talk Platforms

For the most part, candidates for both Campus United (CU) and the Isla Vista Party (IVP) converged on issues at the official forum, agreeing on topics like safety in I.V., keeping tuition and student ...
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One Year Later, El Centro Reopens Its Doors

The Chicano movement in the late 1960s, known as El Movimiento, found its home at UC Santa Barbara with the creation of the El Centro Annex building, giving Chicanx students and their allies a space w...
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UCSB Spanish and Portuguese Department Hosts Indigenous Writers Conference

For the first time at UC Santa Barbara, indigenous writers, poets and scholars gathered for “A Verbal Kaleidoscope,” a conference aiming to challenge how indigenous literature and practices are st...
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UCSB to Host First Annual Indigenous Writers Conference

The UCSB Spanish and Portuguese department will host “A Verbal Kaleidoscope,” its first-ever conference about indigenous writers, languages and literatures on April 4 and 5.
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I.V. Businesses Face Limited Number of Alcohol Licenses

There are currently more active alcohol licenses in Isla Vista than the amount the state of California allows for businesses in the region, posing limitations for any new or current business trying to...
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Supreme Court Declines Trump’s Appeal to Review Federal DACA Court Case

The United States Supreme Court declined to hear President Donald Trump’s appeal to have the court view the University of California’s case on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program th...
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Students Discuss Survivor Resource Center at Sexual Assault Town Hall

Students met with UC Santa Barbara administrators and staff on Tuesday afternoon to discuss creating a sexual assault survivor resource center in Isla Vista.
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Program for Students in Recovery Expands to Meet Diverse Community Needs

Gauchos for Recovery (GFR), which provides free recovery support for substance addiction and other addictive behaviors, recently expanded to meet increasing demand for its services and soaring attenda...
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Naloxone Used in 9 Overdose Cases in SB County, 5 in I.V. Since April ’17

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office has administered Narcan, an opioid overdose treatment, nine times since the start of its Naloxone Program in April 2017, five of which occurred in Isla Vista.
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UC Title IX Student Advisory Board Selected, Members Attend First Meeting

Jennifer Selvidge and Mariah Tanaka were selected as the UC Santa Barbara campus liaisons for the UC Title IX Student Advisory Board to advise the system-wide office on Title IX policies and procedure...
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UC, California To Support Undocumented Students Despite DACA Repeal

As federal lawmakers negotiate a government spending deal, the DACA program remains at the center of an attempt for a bipartisan solution on immigration.
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Mud from Landslides Moved to Goleta Beach, Tested for Safety

Goleta Beach is being used as a sediment deposit ground for the Montecito mudslide cleanup effort, but contaminated sewage in the transported mud is raising issues for coastal water quality and ocean ...
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Trevor Noah Takes on Late Night Talk at Arlington

In the age of late-night talk shows taking over television, Noah knows how to bring in the younger viewers, and you cannot blame him for knowing how to rile up millennials (myself included).
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