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Fate of I.V. Properties To Be Decided

The Isla Vista Redevelopment Agency (RDA) Oversight Committee will decide whether to keep or sell three Isla Vista properties — including the I.V. Neighborhood Clinic, an abandoned church property a...
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Smartphone App Allows Students to Find Local Bus Stops, Navigate Routes

Students struggling to catch the next bus can now use I.V. Bus Routes, a recently released iPhone app displaying the arrival times and locations of nearby buses in the Isla Vista area.
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High Demand for UC Bonds Lead To Soaring System-Wide Savings

University of California officials recently announced that the 10-campus UC system will save over $1 billion through recent bond sales, with these recently sold assets now offering the University an e...
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The Food Festival

Food and sustainability lovers flocked to the fourth annual Sustainable, Organic, Local (SOL) Food Festival this past Saturday to enjoy unique culinary offerings and environmentally conscious presenta...
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Welcome Back Gauchos

An overview of the various back-to-school events hosted across campus this week
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Researchers Document Public and Private Life of Issac Newton

Scholar Sarah Dry and University of Sussex professor Rob Iliffe visited campus yesterday to present “Paper Newton/Digital Newton,” a talk about their work on the Newton Project, which is seeking t...
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Zero Waste Committee Grills Bugs for Sustainability

The UCSB Zero Waste Committee is hosting Bug-B-Q today at the Arbor, welcoming students to snack on insect-based culinary creations including Bug Burgers, Mini Bug Chili Bowls and Bug Dumplings. The e...
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Six Teams Advance to Finals in Product Marketing Contest

The UCSB Technology Management Program will host the Finals for the 14th Annual New Venture Competition, in which teams of student entrepreneurs showcase inventions and business ventures, this Wednesd...
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ROTC Cadets Commended in Ceremony

The 66th Annual Awards Ceremony of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps took place on Saturday at Mosher Alumni House, honoring over 30 Surfrider Cadets in the UCSB Army ROTC program. UCSB Assistant...
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Chilla Vista 2013: ‘The Vibes Were Sweet’

  [wzslider autoplay=”true” transition=”‘slide'” lightbox=”true”]   (Click on a photo to enlarge) Photos by Peter Vandenbelt (Daily Nexus) The Isla ...
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College Republicans’ Keynote Speaker To Discuss Gun Control, Media Bias

UCSB College Republicans will host their annual keynote speaker lecture at the Loma Pelona Center, featuring FOX News contributor Ben Shapiro, who will give a lecture entitled “Dismantling the Left...
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Pollock Theater Hosts Feminist Mini-Con Events

The Feminist Porn Mini-Con — a multi-series event which discussed feminist and queer pornography — opened with a two-hour discussion panel at Pollock Theater yesterday, as UCSB professors and adul...
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Updated FASFA Application Provides More Options For 2014-15 Students

The U.S. Department of Education recently announced several changes to the language of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid form, including options for unmarried parents living together and ge...
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Falk Addresses Controversial Boston Bombing Post

UCSB visiting professor and United Nations Special Rapporteur Richard Falk recently became enmeshed in a flurry of controversy after publishing a blog post entitled “A Commentary on the Marathon Mur...
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Goleta Tech Branch Product Helps Locate Boston Bomb Suspect

The Goleta branch of FLIR Systems, a thermal imaging company, helped manufacture an infrared-sensing chip that recently assisted Boston police in seeking out suspected Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar ...
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