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Suspect Arrested in Hit-and-Run of SBCC Student

A suspect was arrested Wednesday for a hit-and-run incident Dec. 2. that left a Santa Barbara City College student in the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
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Students, Local Chumash Continue Protests Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Chants of “You can't drink oil, keep it in the soil” filled the air Wednesday as approximately 100 students joined members of the local Chumash tribe in protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Foot Patrol Arrests Isla Vista Burglary Suspect

Officers made the arrest at approximately 11 a.m., shortly after receiving report of a suspicious male subject seen walking into a backyard and jumping over fences in the 66 block of Del Playa Drive.
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Wolfe & Associates Reaches $1.65 Mil Settlement for 2013 Balcony Collapse

Five UC Santa Barbara students who were injured following a balcony collapse in April 2013 will receive $1.6 million from Wolfe & Associates rental company to compensate hospital bills and resulting i...
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The Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista: Thanksgiving Edition

The weekly Vista Point column brings you information on Thanksgiving feasts traditional and vegan alike, and more.
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UCSB Students Stage Walkout Against Rising Tuition for 2017

Members of the UCSB Student Activist Network called on students to walk out of class and assemble in front of Storke Tower Monday, passing out signs saying, “Hikes are for trails NOT tuition” and ...
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Student Protesters Force Regents to Table Tuition Hike

Approximately 150 students from several UC campuses gathered outside the UC Regents meeting Thursday in protest of a proposed tuition hike, forcing the Regents to table its approval until January.
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Walkout To Defy Possible UC Tuition Hikes

Student activists plan to simultaneously leave their classes Monday in protest of a proposed tuition increase for all University of California students.
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Via UC Regents live stream, Nov. 17, 2016.
Via UC Regents live stream, Nov. 17, 2016.

UC Regent Sexual Harassment Accusation Leads to New Training Policy

Pattiz, who was appointed to the Board in 2001, was accused of sexual harassment earlier this month when a recording surfaced of him asking if he could hold a female colleague’s breasts.
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Meeting Wednesday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, professors from multiple 
academic departments contributed to discussions about free speech, student safety and fairness. Jose Ochoa / Daily Nexus

Faculty Join Free Speech Dialogue

UCSB professors, advisors and faculty held a discussion Wednesday in response to the A.S Senate’s approval of $5,000 in funding for College Republicans’ event.
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Meeting Wednesday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, professors from multiple 
academic departments contributed to discussions about free speech, student safety and fairness. Jose Ochoa / Daily Nexus
For those unable or unwilling to go to the store, delivery services founded by local UCSB students will bring groceries, snacks and various party supplies straight to your door. Lissette Vaca / Daily Nexus
For those unable or unwilling to go to the store, delivery services founded by local UCSB students will bring groceries, snacks and various party supplies straight to your door. Lissette Vaca / Daily Nexus

I.V. a Lucrative Market for Deliveries

As a small town with a quirky, youthful populace, Isla Vista has needs that differ from its surrounding areas. Students who understand its distinct culture are able to fulfill I.V.’s demands through...
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A Peek Through Professors’ Office Doors

Five UCSB professors discuss their work spaces and the meanings behind the items inside; from Darth Vader to a red, wooden phallus, the eclectic stylings reflect the unique professors that display the...
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Hoping to finalize the project sometime during Winter Quarter, the I.V. Surfrider Foundation, along with the 
nonprofit ReRip, will place bins on DP to collect and repurpose broken surfboards, wetsuits and other gear. Oliver Zuniga / Daily Nexus
Hoping to finalize the project sometime during Winter Quarter, the I.V. Surfrider Foundation, along with the 
nonprofit ReRip, will place bins on DP to collect and repurpose broken surfboards, wetsuits and other gear. Oliver Zuniga / Daily Nexus

Bins Seek To Salvage Surf Gear

The Isla Vista Surfrider Foundation will launch a coordinated project with nonprofit organization ReRip next quarter to collect and repurpose broken or unwanted surf equipment.
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Williams Honored at Regents Meeting

The University of California Regents honored Assemblymember Das Williams Wednesday for his commitment to educational excellence.
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Student speakers from throughout the University of California traveled to San Francisco to advocate against investments in fossil fuels. Courtesy of UCOP
Student speakers from throughout the University of California traveled to San Francisco to advocate against investments in fossil fuels. Courtesy of UCOP

Students Demand UC Fossil Fuel Divestment

Students across the University of California urged Regents to divest from the fossil fuel industry Wednesday, presenting the board with a petition signed by several hundred faculty members.
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