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Stalking Reports Increased, Disciplinary Action for Drug Violations Decreased in 2018

The report includes crimes reported to the UCPD and other campus security agencies.
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CALPIRG Discusses Latest Projects, Plans for Upcoming Year

The plastics petition is one of the four current projects the UCSB chapter of CALPIRG will be working on over the next year
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UCSB Alum Founds Creative Computing Initiative, Brings Technical Courses to Humanities Students

UCSB alumnus Ross Dowd has spearheaded an upcoming humanities-based technological program, meant to prepare humanities majors for careers in an increasingly tech-driven world. 
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UCSB Offers New Minor in Architecture and Urban History

Students taking on the minor must take two lower-division art history courses and 20 units of upper-division courses from the art history, environmental science or geography departments.
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In Photos | Move-in Weekend 2019

Last weekend saw hordes of UCSB freshmen flood the campus and move into their dorms, reviving the campus as the first week of school began.
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For Many, Access to Mental Health Resources Starts In College

For students who have never had access to mental health resources before, (C.A.P.S.) can be a student’s first foray into addressing mental health issues.
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Research Recruitment App To Launch at UCSB This Fall

Not only will Ugig benefit UCSB researchers, but it can grant students an opportunity to find, participate and profit from studies on a straightforward platform.
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UC Student Governments Call for Divestment of Thirty Meter Telescope Project

The letter asks the UC to cease funding for TMT and for any faculty or staff working on the project to “speak out against the exploitation of Mauna Kea.” 
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UC Academic Researchers Sign Petition Calling on Administration To End Contract Delays

ARU obtained signatures from over 2,200 members across the UC campuses for the petition.
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A Look Inside UCSB’s Blockchain Community

Because most universities don’t offer accredited classes taught by professors, students often resort to teaching each other.
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Eight International UCSB Students Unable To Begin Fall Quarter Amidst Visa Difficulties

Two of the students are from Iran, one is from Turkey and the other five are from China.
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Formerly Incarcerated Student Wants To Make A “Blueprint” For Others To Pursue Higher Education

After losing nearly half his life to the prison system, Ryan Flaco Rising’s outlook felt bleak — except for his hopes of going to college.
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No Additional Mountain Lion Sightings Since Thursday Morning, UCSB Says

The alert still cautioned students to "be aware of [their] surroundings and report sightings."
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UC To Divest From Fossil Fuels, But Climate Activists Say This Is Only The First Step

For climate activists across the UC system, but particularly at UC Santa Barbara, the victory was lauded. 
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Second Sighting of Mountain Lion Reported By Devereux Lagoon

The alert warned students to avoid the area for the time being. 
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