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‘El Elotero’ Not Allowed to Sell Food on Campus Since Start of Quarter

Due to Health and Safety policies, Hijinio Camacho is prohibited from selling on campus with the OSL and campus organizations until he obtains new off-campus vendor permits.
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Lawsuit Dismissed Alleging CSD Inappropriately Discussed Financial Issues

Gabriel Pragin, community organizer and ex-candidate for the I.V. CSD board of directors, dismissed his lawsuit against the local government last Friday, according to the court records.
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Governor Brown Signs Bill Making First Year of Community College Free

California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 19 (AB 19) Friday, making the first year of community college free for California students.
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Isla Vista Recreation & Park District Moves Forward With Plans for Recycled Water

The Isla Vista Recreation & Park District directed staff to move forward with a project that will bring recycled water to I.V. parks at a meeting last Thursday.
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Governor Vetoes Bill Codifying Obama-era Title IX Policies

Governor Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 169 (SB 169) on Sunday, refusing to codify former President Barack Obama-era Title IX sexual assault policies in California schools.
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Vista Point: Freebies and To-Dos This Week

From tenants rights workshops to a ministry adventure to Knapp's Castle, Vista Point has all of your events in Isla Vista for the week.
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UCSA Launches 3 Campaigns For 2017-18 School Year

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) will mount three undergraduate campaigns fighting for students’ rights for the 2017-18 school year: UC Sustain Our Students (SOS), reIGNITE an...
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Governor Brown Signs ‘Sanctuary State’ Bill, Limits Police Cooperation With Immigration Officials

Bill Brown, who is also the president of the California State Sheriffs’ Association, publicly opposed the bill in July.
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UCSB First UC To Remove Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Only transfer students received spots in the Bachelor of Arts program; all first-years were rerouted beginning Fall 2016.
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IVYP’s LuAnn Miller Set to Retire After 33 Years of Nonprofit Work

Toddlers run after her asking to be held, staff members light up when she walks into a room and she ends each interaction with a hug — it’s clear LuAnn Miller is a beloved Isla Vistan.
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Tattoo Parlor’s Precious Dogs Leave Their Prints on Isla Vista Community

Precious Slut Tattoo, a local piercing and tattoo parlor, has long grabbed the community’s attention with its risqué name. Now, students have five more reasons to flock to the shop.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

Pardall Road will transform into a community jamboree this Saturday for the annual Pardall Festival.
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Community Services District Hires Jonathan Abboud as Interim General Manager

The Isla Vista Community Services District (CSD) announced Jonathan Abboud as its first interim general manager on Tuesday night, creating a temporary position to account for its unexpectedly small bu...
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Young Americans for Liberty to Host Free Speech Debate in the Hub

According to UCen Hub Manager, Jill Singletary, the venue hopes to provide students with an open discussion about free speech, inviting all political parties and perspectives.
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UCSB Student Punches Attacker, Escapes After Sexual Assault

The victim turned and punched the suspect in the face, knocking him onto the ground, according to SBSO.
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