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Foot Patrol to Launch Restorative Justice Program Offering Alternative Punishment for Ordinance Violators

The program is set to launch around the weekend of Sept. 20, in time for UCSB's move-in weekend.
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Students Respond: Growing Up Post-9/11

As students who were too young to remember 9/11 but have grappled with its effects on society since, we wanted to hear how 9/11 affected students' childhoods, educations and perceptions of the world.
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Interim Food Bank Coordinator Discusses Temporary Relocation, Plans for Food Bank’s Future

The elevator should take about six to nine months to fix, according to Interim Food Bank Coordinator Philip Pinedo.
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UCSB To Lose All Power This Weekend in Scheduled Outage

The maintenance work will take approximately 12 hours and will begin at 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14.
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Fifth UCPD Lawsuit Alleges “Unsafe Work Practices,” “Harassing Environment”

The other four other lawsuits filed against the department are currently stalled while the university attempts internal mediation.
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UCSB Alumna Chanel Miller Comes Forward As Emily Doe, Announces Forthcoming Book

For those who knew Miller ‘14 at UCSB, her gripping literary voice comes as no surprise. 
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Mojo Teahouse To Move to Former Ike’s Location on 65 Seville

Wang began seeking a new location at the beginning of this year after the landlord at the Trigo location doubled the rent.
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Let the Bells Ring: Carillon Concert Series Celebrates Tower’s 50th Anniversary

The concert saw an eclectic mix of music including songs composed specifically for the carillon, classical songs by composers such as Mozart and pop hits like “Bohemian Rhapsody."
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Three Weeks After Burglary, Webb Hall Gems Remain Missing

News of the missing items broke on Aug. 26 after a post by a UCSB student about the missing gems was shared to the UCSB Free & For Sale Facebook page. 
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In Photos | Newest I.V. Food Stand Hops Between Del Playa Houses

Muñoz works the stand along with his nephew and his friend, preferring to maintain a small team in order to ensure quality of the food he serves.
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U.S. Government Sues SoCal Edison For Allegedly Sparking Rey Fire

Listed in the suit is Southern California Edison, an electrical services company; Frontier Communications, a telecommunications company; and Utility Tree Service, a tree trimming company. 
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A Look Inside the History of “The Most Unique Local Government in California”

As it approaches nearly three years since that November election, the district has begun to land on its feet following a rocky first few years. 
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I.V. Artist Spreads Love of Art and Denim With Back Pocket Murals

Now, in her free time, Macias has taken up denim painting commissions – an unconventional art form not often seen in I.V.
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Honors for Who? A Look Into Diversity in UCSB’s Honors Program

Almost half of the 1,713 students in the honors program in 2018-19 school year identified as white, despite white students making up only about 30% of the total student body. 
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“A Community Effort”: Diana Collins Puente Selected as First I.V. Community Center Director

The center will have a soft opening in October with a grand opening in either January or February 2020.
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