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Sheriff’s Office Receives Grant to Supervise Alcohol Sales in I.V.

The Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Office received a $50,000 grant Tuesday to combat alcohol-related crimes in Isla Vista through the I.V. Foot Patrol.
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UCSB Actuaries Add Up Awards

As a six-year-old in Mumbai, India, Meet Gala wanted to be a fighter pilot. When he became a teenager, mathematics and wanderlust captured his heart instead.
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Bribery Scandal Comes To a Close as Executives Are Sworn In

The Associated Students executive board for fall 2016 was sworn into office on Monday, culminating four months of speculation concerning bribery allegations against the Interfraternity Council (IFC).
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Foot Patrol Postpones Noise Ordinance Change After Community Pushback

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol will suspend action to implement earlier quiet hours on weekends after receiving swift disapproval at a community town hall Tuesday.
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Former UCSB Student Receives 6-Month Sentence for Rape

A female UCSB student filed a report to the Isla Vista Foot Patrol on June 28, 2015, saying she had been sexually assaulted.
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Former UCSB Lecturer Seeks a Permanent Home

After cycling through six homes in three months, Angela Karmis wound up in a Pasadena hospital on June 15, unaware that "missing" posters with her photo were surfacing throughout Santa Barbara.
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Missing UCSB Professor Found Safe

An adjunct UCSB professor who went missing Friday night was found safe Tuesday evening in a Pasadena hospital.
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UCSB Professor, Community Activist Missing

Friends and colleagues of a UC Santa Barbara adjunct professor who has been missing since Friday have organized a search mission to take place on Monday evening.
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UCSB Students Safe in France

All UC Santa Barbara students in France are confirmed to be safe after a man used a truck to kill 84 people in Nice, France on Thursday.
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Regents’ Challenge to Campus Rape Case Fails

The UC Regents have failed to strike four sections of text from a civil lawsuit filed against them in January arguing that they were partially responsible for a woman’s rape.
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Isla Vistans Raise Concerns Against UCSB Construction

UC Santa Barbara’s ongoing construction at the intersection of El Colegio and Storke Roads has sparked concern from many Isla Vistans who believe children will not be safe in the major traffic area.
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UCSB Sees Increased Admissions, More In-State Students for 2016

The UC says it has admitted 3,000 more in-state students for the 2016-17 academic year, prompting revolutionary campus housing ideas and more.
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Interfraternity Council Did Not Bribe Voters, Committee Says

After investigating bribery allegations against the Interfraternity Council (IFC), a UC Santa Barbara committee says it has found no evidence of wrongdoing.
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UCSB Class of 2016 Looks to Life After Graduation

As UC Santa Barbara’s graduating class prepares to walk the line next week, nearly 5,000 students are looking to the future for life after college.
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6,000 ‘Feel the Bern’ in Santa Barbara

Bernie Sanders stood before 6,000 people at Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) on Saturday, calling for tuition reform, wage equality and grassroots support in the upcoming election.
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