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Jimmy John’s Closes After 2 Years in I.V.

Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches closed its Isla Vista location on Tuesday night, drawing sales to an end after opening up shop in March 2014.
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State Assembly Blasts UC Admissions

One lawmaker said he was “pissed” when he saw the state auditor’s claim that the UC relaxed its standards in admitting nonresident students.
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Capps’s H.O.P.E. Act Yields Two Successful Surgeries

Johns Hopkins University Medical Center announced the first successful HIV-positive organ donation on Wednesday, made possible by the HIV Organ Policy Equity (H.O.P.E.) Act, sponsored by Santa Barbara...
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Billionaire Donates $200M To Fix ‘Gross’ Dorms

Billionaire Charles Munger donated a record-breaking $200 million to UCSB on Thursday, designating the funds for a state-of-the-art on campus residence hall.
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UC Regents Unanimously Approve Principles Against Intolerance

The UC Regents unanimously approved a working group’s Statement of Principles Against Intolerance on Wednesday, amending the definition of discriminatory behavior on UC campuses.
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Two SBCC Students Arrested for Weekend Burglaries

Two Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) students residing in Isla Vista were arrested Monday on suspicion of being tied to a string of residential burglaries during the weekend. At 12:45 a.m. on Monday...
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Students Clash Over Honoraria Changes

Student organizations packed a contentious special Senate meeting in the UCen’s State Street Room on Wednesday as the Associated Students Senate continued discussion of A Bill to Reform Honoraria.
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Two UCSB Students Arrested for Home Invasion Robbery

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office arrested four people wanted in connection with a home invasion robbery that occurred Jan. 29, 2016 on Madrid Rd. and Camino Pescadero in Isla Vista.
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Students, Senate Discuss Free Speech Issues

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday in the Flying A room to accept the resignation of two senators, discuss internal matters and host public forum, which included several students call...
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Vigil Held To Honor Professors Otis Madison and Horacio Roque-Ramirez

UCSB Professors Otis Madison and Horacio Roque-Ramirez were honored in a small candlelight vigil on Thursday, hosted at the Associated Students Pardall Center by students in association with Black Stu...
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Former UCSB Student Files Title IX Lawsuit Against UC Regents

Former UCSB student Haley Moore filed a Title IX Civil Lawsuit against the Regents of the University of California on Thursday, claiming UCSB failed to adequately address and investigate her case afte...
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UCSB Students for Life Hosts Abortion Debate

UCSB Students for Life of America hosted an event titled the “The Abortion Debate” between pro-choice UCSB professor of philosophy Quentin Gee and pro-life author Trent Horn to discuss abortion an...
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Discusses Funds for Campus Groups

Associated Students (A.S.) Finance and Business Committee (F&B) met in the State Street Room of the UCen on Monday to approve funding requests for 12 campus groups and discuss two internal bills. ...
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Health Tips for College Kids, New and Old

The first year of college brings a flurry of excitement for an armed and ready freshman. Amid all the novelty, personal health often finds itself left behind with well-meaning promises for later atten...
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Regents Discuss UC Minimum Wage, Sexual Assualt Training

The UC Board of Regents met July 21 through July 23 at UC San Francisco Mission Bay to discuss agenda items including UC minimum wage, sexual assault training and the university budget for the 2015-20...
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