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A.S. Passes Resolution to Aid Syrian Students

The A.S. Senate voted to pass a resolution Wednesday that will allocate UCSB admission and scholarships to Syrian refugee students currently displaced from their home universities.
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UCSB Will Spend up to $40K on Ads Discouraging Deltopia Crowds

UC Santa Barbara will spend an estimated $30,000 to $40,000 on advertisements urging partygoers to stay away from Isla Vista during Deltopia weekend.
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Newly Renovated Faculty Club Opens Its Doors

The Club & Guest House, formerly known as the Charles Moore Faculty Club, held its grand opening Jan. 31 after undergoing extensive renovation and expansion since 2014.
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Christina Lim Remembered as ‘Everyone’s Friend’

"You could talk to her about anything at any time. She was always down to listen and give advice. She could take it and dish it better than most guys," Armando Munoz said of her.
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UCen Starbucks Opening Postponed Until Summer

The Starbucks coffee shop replacing Nicoletti’s in the UCen will now open in Summer 2017, postponed from its expected debut at the end of January.
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All-Around Sustainability Gets UCSB ‘Gold Rating’

UC Santa Barbara received an award recognizing it for creating an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable campus.
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Travel Ban Bars 3 Students From U.S. Return

In a press release Saturday, the UC Office of the President advised students from the seven countries listed in the executive order to not travel outside the United States. OISS recommends that all in...
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KCSB DJs Spin Music From Banned Countries

Third-year KCSB DJs Frank Horne and Elena Bernick played music from the seven Muslim-majority countries affected by President Donald Trump’s travel ban on their radio show Tuesday.
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Muslim Students Push Back Against Immigration Ban

An executive order barring travel from six countries prompted over 200 people to protest at UC Santa Barbara Monday, echoing voices that spoke out nationally against the new presidency.
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Regents Address Tuition

The UC Board of Regents met in San Francisco Wednesday to discuss a proposal to raise tuition for the first time since 2011.
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UCSB Professor Gives Speech at Women’s March on Washington

UC Santa Barbara professor Aída Hurtado was set to speak among high profile guests like Scarlett Johansson and Angela Davis.
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Solar Origami Takes First at Startup Competition

When Robert Salazar, an origami artist of 16 years, first pitched the idea of marketing an origami solar cooker named Orisun, not too many students could get behind it.
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MSI, WEF Address Ocean Health at SB

The UCSB Marine Science Institute (MSI) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) plan to improve ocean research.
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A.S. Votes on Syrian Refugee Students

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate plans to pass a resolution next Wednesday to allocate university spots and academic scholarships to the Syrian refugees displaced from their home universities.
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Capps Donates 20 Years of Documents to Library

Lois Capps, former congresswoman for the United States who retired in November, has donated 20 years’ worth of documents to the UC Santa Barbara Library’s Special Research Collections.
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