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Isla Vista Foot Patrol Responds to Report of Man with Gun, Does Not Confirm Weapon or Suspect

The suspect was described as a Hispanic male adult approximately six feet tall, 180-220 pounds with a buzz-cut and brown hair.
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Over 1,000 UC Santa Barbara Students Protest After Trump Elected President

Approximately 20 officers from the University Police Department were present at the protest, but no arrests were reported and the gathering remained peaceful for its entire duration.
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Historic CSD Measure Passes, But Lacks Paired Funding

A measure to create an Isla Vista Community Services District passed Tuesday, but voters did not support a tax to fund the fledgling step toward self-governance in I.V.
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Freshman, Sophomore Pass Times Interrupted Due to GOLD Error

Although students with Junior and Senior standing have already chosen their courses, students with Sophomore and Freshman standing were in the middle of registration for Passtime 1.
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UCSB Administration, County Police Attribute Low Crime Rates to Student Volunteers

Final numbers from the Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Department showed Halloween weekend arrests, citations and medical transports in Isla Vista down more than 80 percent from 2013.
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A.S. Senate Approves Funding for Ben Shapiro Event After Six-Hour Meeting

Over 100 students staged a “Blackout” at the Associated Students Senate meeting on Wednesday, protesting the A.S. funding of a College Republicans event to host conservative speaker Ben Shapiro fo...
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Calm Halloweekend Third Year in a Row

Halloween weekend passed without incident for the third year in a row, with total arrests down nearly 50 percent from 2015.
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Teamsters Grill UC Over Low Wages, Food Security

Occidental College produced a study Oct. 17 that reported more than 70 percent of UC’s clerical, administrative and support workers struggle with food insecurity.
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College of Letters & Science senator Tamar Barlev speaks during the weekly Legislative Council meeting on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.
College of Letters & Science senator Tamar Barlev speaks during the weekly Legislative Council meeting on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

Administrative Error Causes $16,000 Setback in A.S. Budget

Due to an error in processing student lock-in fees, UC Santa Barbara administration failed to collect 96 cents from each student for Fall Quarter, resulting in a $16,000 deficit from the Associated St...
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Obama Endorses Salud Carbajal for Congress

President Barack Obama endorsed Salud Carbajal for Congress on Monday, backing the Democratic candidate in his race for California's 24th Congressional District.
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UCSB Voter Guide 2016

Prepare for Election Day in Isla Vista with the UCSB Voter Guide.
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UCSB Soccer Player Arrested for Assault With a Deadly Weapon, Reckless Driving

A UC Santa Barbara soccer player was arrested on Oct. 4 after almost backing into a campus parking officer with his vehicle, according to the UCSB Police Department.
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Law Enforcement Down 30 Percent for Halloween

Over 250 officers were stationed in Isla Vista last year, but community efforts to “keep things local” have convinced local police to cut down.
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Isla Vista Divided by Party Politics in Supervisor Race

Although it occupies a little over a square mile, Isla Vista is brimming with over 20,000 UC Santa Barbara students, retirement communities and clusters of longtime residents.
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Witnesses Testify in Campus Rape Case

Witnesses presented testimony Tuesday against Daniel J. Chen, a former UCSB student who was arrested for the rape of a female student in February 2016.
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