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Riley Esguerra / Daily Nexus

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.

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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College of Letters & Science senator Tamar Barlev speaks during the weekly Legislative Council meeting on Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

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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New Transfer Center Opens in the Library

UC Santa Barbara held a grand opening for the transfer student center in the UCSB Library on Wednesday, celebrating a work in progress since the library opened doors in January.
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Black Lives Matter Rally Against Police Brutality Planned for Thursday

Students from Santa Barbara High School have organized a Black Lives Matter rally to take place Thursday at De La Guerra Plaza.
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UCSB Student, Hermanas Unidas Member Passes Away at 21

Marissa Chavez, who had just turned 21, was going to begin her fourth year at UCSB on Thursday. She was originally from Hawaiian Gardens, and would have been the first person in her family to graduate...
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Community Center Meets Pitfalls, Success

Isla Vistans have sought a community center for nearly 50 years, but as the town shifts and reconfigures with each decade, the project has become a perpetual work in progress.
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Campus Construction Chugs Along

Year-old construction projects are finding their ways to a close in the near future.
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UCSB Students Join Protests Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Several University of California students drove over 1,000 miles this week to spend the last days of summer break in North Dakota — but their road trip had little to do with vacation.
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SBCC Student Dies of Suspected Overdose

Asha Malocsay, 18, had just moved into the apartment with three roommates to begin studying at SBCC one week prior. She was originally from Livermore, CA.
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