Downtown Bike Plan Approved

The Santa Barbara City Council approved the Bike Master Plan by a vote of 6-1 on Tuesday, moving forward a plan that will create more bike paths in downtown Santa Barbara. More than 300 community m...
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EAP Students Safe in France, Opt to Remain Abroad

Maddy Brockert was in the Stade de France in Paris for the France vs. Germany soccer game on Nov. 13 when a bomber outside the stadium began the first of several terrorist attacks on the city that eve...
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Electricity Company Speaks on Green Updates

President of Southern California Edison (SCE) Pedro Pizarro spoke at Pollock Theater on Monday about the electric utility company’s plans for a more eco-friendly future. Governor Jerry Brown introdu...
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Second Annual Meet Your Neighbors Day Presents Art, Music and More

Isla Vista Recreation and Park District hosted the second annual Meet Your Neighbors Day Saturday throughout I.V. and presented local art, live music, spoken word, yoga classes and other activities. T...
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Students Represent Both Sides on Pink Out Day

Potential for federal defunding of Planned Parenthood spurs on-campus representation from both sides of life issue, reproductive health education and HIV/AIDS prevention Planned Parenthood’s UCSB ch...
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