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Christina Lim Remembered as ‘Everyone’s Friend’

"You could talk to her about anything at any time. She was always down to listen and give advice. She could take it and dish it better than most guys," Armando Munoz said of her.
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Basketball Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

The women’s basketball team is inviting all game attendees to kneel during the national anthem Saturday, kicking off Black History Month with an act of protest against social injustice.
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Muslim Students Push Back Against Immigration Ban

An executive order barring travel from six countries prompted over 200 people to protest at UC Santa Barbara Monday, echoing voices that spoke out nationally against the new presidency.
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Police Arrest Three People at Del Playa Party

Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office and UC Police Department officers responded to a party at 6503 Del Playa Drive on Friday night and made three arrests.
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Bluff Collapse Leaves 28 Residents Without Homes

A bluff collapse on Sunday evening that left 28 residents without a secure home has UC Santa Barbara students scrambling to find new housing by Thursday.
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Balcony Collapses on 6653 Del Playa Drive

A cliffside balcony at 6653 Del Playa Drive collapsed into the ocean at approximately 5:00 p.m. Sunday.
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Police Report Possible Sexual Assault in Isla Vista Fraternity House

A possible sexual assault occurred Saturday night at an unknown fraternity in Isla Vista, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department reported Sunday.
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Date Set for Ben Shapiro Visit at UC Santa Barbara

Shapiro graduated from UCLA and Harvard Law School and is known for writing several novels and serving as the editor in chief of The Daily Wire.
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Senate Passes Resolution To Preserve El Centro Building

The Associated Students Senate passed a resolution to preserve the El Centro Arnulfo Casillas Activity Room Wednesday following concerns that the historic building would be demolished in 45 days.
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UC President Janet Napolitano Undergoing Cancer Treatment

Napolitano has “consistently performed her wide range of duties” without interruption since the diagnosis, the press release said, but she was hospitalized on Monday due to side effects of the tre...
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Students Told to Evacuate El Centro Annex Before Possible Demolition

The El Centro building’s Arnulfo Casillas’ Activity Room must be evacuated in 45 days because of dryrot, insect damage and seismic risk, UC Santa Barbara administrators notified students Thursday.
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Uncertainty for Undocumented as Inauguration Looms

With eight days until inauguration, undocumented students throughout the UC face an uncertain future.
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Suspect Arrested in Hit-and-Run of SBCC Student

A suspect was arrested Wednesday for a hit-and-run incident Dec. 2. that left a Santa Barbara City College student in the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
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Wolfe & Associates Reaches $1.65 Mil Settlement for 2013 Balcony Collapse

Five UC Santa Barbara students who were injured following a balcony collapse in April 2013 will receive $1.6 million from Wolfe & Associates rental company to compensate hospital bills and resulting i...
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Faculty Join Free Speech Dialogue

UCSB professors, advisors and faculty held a discussion Wednesday in response to the A.S Senate’s approval of $5,000 in funding for College Republicans’ event.
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