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Santa Barbara Hosts Second Annual Open Streets

The Coalition for Sustainable Transportation, Global Good Impact and Traffic Solutions put on the second annual Santa Barbara Open Streets this past Saturday, a free community event to promote a healt...
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Billionaire Donates Over $65 Million to UCSB

Charles Munger, Vice President of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc., has donated just over $65 million dollars in stocks to UCSB to house visiting physicists.
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I.V. Pastor Tried for Performing Same-sex Wedding

Pastor Frank Schaefer of Isla Vista’s University United Methodist Church faced church trial yesterday under the United Methodist Church’s Judicial Council in a hearing that could determine whether...
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Meningitis B Strikes at SDSU

San Diego State University first-year pre-communication major Sara Stelzer died last Friday after contracting a strain of meningococcal meningitis.
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SB Looks For Alternatives During Drought

Lake Cachuma, a major source of water for Santa Barbara residents, has declined to 30 percent capacity this October due to prolonged drought conditions.
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UCOP Aims to Grow AP Program

The University of California Office of the President announced a partnership with the College Board yesterday to work together on their “All In” campaign.
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City Council Meets to Discuss New Halloween Restrictions

The Goleta City Council held its annual Isla Vista Halloween meeting on Thursday to inform Goleta inhabitants on how to stay safe this Halloween.
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Community Gathers for ‘Meet Your Neighbors Day’

The first annual Isla Vista “Meet Your Neighbors Day” was held throughout I.V. this past Saturday and drew hundreds of students and community members to various parks in the area.
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Nonprofit Bigwig Speaks at Campbell

Walter Isaacson, current president and CEO of the nonprofit Aspen Institute and renowned author, spoke at Campbell Hall on Thursday about his new book entitled The Innovators: How a Group of Inven...
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Pardall Carnival Brings Food, Fun, Games and Community Gathering

This past Saturday afternoon marked the sixth annual Pardall which took place on Pardall Road in Isla Vista between Embarcadero del Norte and Embarcadero del Mar.
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Train Collision Kills One, Injures Two

Four individuals, three who were researching at UCSB as visiting scholars, were involved in a train collision Saturday evening on a bridge near Vista Point that left one woman dead and two other peopl...
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I.V. Discusses Self-Governance

Residents gather for second town hall meeting to discuss plans for the community Members of local law enforcement, student representatives, local government officials, students and other Isla Vista re...
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Jack Johnson Performs at “Come Together: Remember, Reconnect, & Unite”

Around 5,000 students gathered at Storke Plaza yesterday afternoon to promote a safer, healthier UCSB and Isla Vista community in commemoration of the six students who lost their lives during the May ...
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UCSB Professor Shuji Nakamura Wins Nobel

Materials professor Shuji Nakamura was awarded the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics this morning for the invention of the blue light-emitting diode, or LED, together with Japanese colleagues Isamu Akasak...
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Brown Approves Precautionary Gun Laws

Two laws introduced by state legislators from the Santa Barbara area following last spring’s murder spree in Isla Vista, which took the lives of six UCSB students, were approved by Governor Jerry Br...
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