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Bells, Towers and Bell Towers: Carillon Recital Celebrates Storke Tower’s 50th Anniversary

The structure and the instrument resting within the tower were both gifts from the late Thomas M. Storke, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and owner of the Santa Barbara News-Press for 32 years.
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New App Allows Students To Check Library Floor Occupancy

The app will allow students to check occupancy rates on the library floors.
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Speculation and Scrutiny: Community Reacts to Timely Warning

The warning drew equal parts speculation and scrutiny when key information surrounding the two alleged incidents of date-rape drug use were left undisclosed in the email.
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A.S. Senate Fills Three Vacancies

Off-Campus Senator Tianna White said the three senators have “fully met the standard” of legal code with eligibility.
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Campus By the Sea Exhibit Highlights 75 Years of UCSB

The exhibit uses photographs, articles and other items from the university archives to show the changes in UCSB’s academic reputation.
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Galoustian Files Motion In Court Requesting UCPD Internal Documents, Alleging Violation of Due Process In His Arrest and Investigation

Judge James E. Herman will hear the motion during the afternoon proceedings of the Santa Barbara County Court, which begin at 1:30 p.m.
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Congressman Carbajal Pushes for Pell Grant Award Increase

The bill aims to “give middle-class families access to the maximum Federal Pell Grant” and “increase college transparency.”
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Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor Recount Breaking Harvey Weinstein Story at Campbell Hall

New York Times reporters Twohey and Jodi Kantor spoke to a packed Campbell Hall, breaking down, from its conception to its publication, their 2017 exposé of Weinstein’s decades of sexual misconduct...
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In Photos | Women’s National Soccer Team Co-Captains Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan Lead Soccer Clinic

Nexus photographer Ida Kazerani captured the excited energy of the clinic.
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EOP and American Indian Student Association Honor Native Communities Through Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration

This was the first year that the Educational Opportunity Program was responsible for planning this event.
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Edible Campus Program Unveils New Farm on West Campus

Maynard said that the farm will continue to grow in the future, with plans for a total of 37 raised planter beds, ranging from 16 to 20 feet high. 
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New Professional Certificate Gives Pre-Medical Students a Foundation in Humanities

The Medical Humanities Certificate will provide pre-medical students the opportunity to build a foundation in a different area of study: the humanities.
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Where Did He Come From? Where Did He Go? Campus Researcher Weighs in on Mountain Lion Sightings

The mountain lion may have come to campus by following the coast or from the foothills of the Santa Ynez Mountains.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Development of Basic Needs Resource Center

Besides the opportunity to centralize A.S. basic needs resources, Sir hopes the center will eventually consolidate financial workshops and CalFresh advocates in one place for students to access.
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Center Dedicated to Helping Victims of Sexual Violence Opens in Isla Vista

STESA will pay exactly one dollar in rent a year to the I.V. CSD, which is allowing them to use space in a building owned by Santa Barbara County.
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