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The six CamGuard camera towers are placed along Del Playa and Embarcadero Del Norte.
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Zooming In On I.V. Camera Towers

The camera towers placed along Del Playa Drive and Embarcadero Del Norte in the days leading up to Deltopia cost the University about $8,000, although a final price has not been agreed upon, and they were placed on public property and moderated by Santa Barbara County law enforcement.

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UCSB Professor Wins Award, Grant for Literary Endeavors

Award-winning author, translator and English professor Yunte Huang was recently awarded a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to assist him in furthering his development of scholarly research.

Jennifer Koh performed “Bach and Beyond: Part III” as part of UCSB Arts & Lectures’ Spring series.
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Jennifer Koh Performs at UCSB Arts & Lectures

Last night, acclaimed violinist Jennifer Koh performed “Bach and Beyond: Part III” at Hahn Hall in Santa Barbara as part of UCSB Arts & Lectures’ spring quarter series.

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SB 850 Bill To Be Reviewed by CA State Senate

The California State Senate will convene today to hear SB 850, a bill introduced by Senator Marty Block that aims to help create one million new jobs by 2025 by offering select community colleges the chance to grant baccalaureate degrees.

According to CAPS psychologist Dr. Kirsten Olson, UCSB has seen an increase in student demand for psychological services, making the student fee initiative crucial for CAPS.
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CAPS Requests Greater Funds to Meet Student Demand

UCSB’s Counseling and Psychological Services is seeking a funding increase of $21.39 through a new fee initiative in this week’s election ballot.