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MechE Professor to Receive Award

U.S. Department of State’s flagship Fulbright Program, which facilitates international exchange between scholars, selected UC Santa Barbara mechanical engineering Professor Megan Valentine to receiv...
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Guest Professor Lectured on Vaccination and Public Policy

Northwestern University economics professor Charles Manski gave a lecture titled “Mandating Vaccination with Unknown Indirect Effects” to outline different methods of making public policy decision...
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Capps Introduces Bill Against Offshore Fracking

Santa Barbara Congresswoman Lois Capps introduced the Offshore Fracking Transparency and Review Act of 2015 to the U.S. House of Representatives last Friday to temporarily halt offshore hydraulic frac...
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A.S. Business Committee Runs Low on Funds

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met in the State Street Room of the University Center on Friday to address funding requests regarding reallocation and cultural events.
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A.S. Forum Brings Candidates to The Hub for Questions

Candidates running for positions in Associated Students participated in a forum yesterday in the Hub, answering questions from students and explaining their platforms.
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Regents Discuss Mental Health, Faculty Focus, Transfers, More

The UC Board of Regents continued their meeting of March 18 and 19 and opened with the Committee on Long Range Planning for the University of California mental health funding, during an afternoon sess...
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A.S. Approves Funding for Campus Organizations

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met Monday in the State Street room of the UCen to address 14 funding requests from campus organizations, fully funding six requests, partially f...
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Regents Discuss Audits, IT Security, Medical Centers

The UC Board of Regents met during finals week amidst ongoing negotiations between California Governor Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano over state funding for the University of California...
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Sheriff Releases Report Detailing Events, Investigation of 2014 I.V. Mass Murder

On Thursday, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s office released its final investigative summary report on the Isla Vista mass murder that left six UCSB students dead and another 14 injured on May 23...
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Farr Talks About LAFCO, I.V. Self-Governance in Meeting

Third District Supervisor Doreen Farr held an open meeting at the Coffee Collaborative on Thursday afternoon to discuss the creation of a Community Services District (CSD) in Isla Vista and to examine...
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GOLD Chrome Extension Born

Three UCSB computer science students create free app at SB Hackathon
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IVTU Fights for Evicted Tenants

The Isla Vista Tenants Union (IVTU) announced the beginning of a campaign on Tuesday to provide required financial assistance to five households allegedly evicted from Abrego Villas on 6754 and 6764 A...
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A Slice of SB For University Chefs

Residential Dining Services hosted this year’s Pacific Chef Net Conference Tuesday through today, bringing together 30 chefs from universities and colleges along the West Coast to explore how to inc...
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Community Colleges Plan Bachelor Programs Under New Law

Fifteen community colleges in California have begun work on establishing baccalaureate degree programs, which would allow prospective students to receive Bachelor’s Degrees, since Governor Jerry Bro...
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Award-Winning Journalist Speaks at Campbell Hall

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Nicholas Kristof gave a lecture in Campbell Hall Thursday to speak on the challenges facing philanthropy.
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