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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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EAP Students Without Housing

Dozens of students are still without permanent housing as Fall Quarter begins at UCSB. Amid one of the most difficult years to find housing in decades, many of the students struggling to find a place ...
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Michael Young To Retire in 2015 After 25 Years

Michael Young, UCSB’s Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for 25 years, will be retiring from his position in January 2015. Chancellor Henry T. Yang announced Young’s planned departure in a recent...
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Twenty Years of Yang

He has advised the Department of Defense, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, NASA and the National Science Foundation. This past year, he finished his term as an elected chairman of the Association of...
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UCSB Committee Elects Former Dean as New EVC

Former Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts in the College of Letters and Science David Marshall was appointed as UCSB’s next Executive Vice Chancellor Sept. 10.
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UC Regents Finish Up Summer with Finances, Appointments, Task Forces

The Regents of the University of California held their last meeting of the summer at the UCSF Mission Bay Community Center last Wednesday and Thursday, where they appointed a new UC Irvine chancellor,...
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Students File Federal Complaint Alleging UCSB Mishandled Sexual Assault Cases

Six current and former UCSB students filed federal complaints against the university last Wednesday, citing violations of the Clery Act and Title IX in the way university administration handled their ...
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