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UC Allocates $3.3 Million to Increase Student Access to Food

Juli Nguyen, who will begin her fourth year in the fall, has struggled with food insecurity since her first year at UC Santa Barbara.
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Regents’ Challenge to Campus Rape Case Fails

The UC Regents have failed to strike four sections of text from a civil lawsuit filed against them in January arguing that they were partially responsible for a woman’s rape.
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UCSB Sees Increased Admissions, More In-State Students for 2016

The UC says it has admitted 3,000 more in-state students for the 2016-17 academic year, prompting revolutionary campus housing ideas and more.
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UCSB Sees Large Voter Turnout Despite Finals

Voter turnout from UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista reached new heights this election year, with over 5,000 local residents casting votes in the June 7 California Primary.
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UCSB Police Assist UCLA after Shooting, Boost Presence at Home

Less than 24 hours after the shooting at UCLA, six members of the UCSB Police Department arrived in Los Angeles to aid local officers.
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Interfraternity Council Did Not Bribe Voters, Committee Says

After investigating bribery allegations against the Interfraternity Council (IFC), a UC Santa Barbara committee says it has found no evidence of wrongdoing.
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UCSB Class of 2016 Looks to Life After Graduation

As UC Santa Barbara’s graduating class prepares to walk the line next week, nearly 5,000 students are looking to the future for life after college.
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OSL Names Dhadkan UCSB Group of the Year

The Office of Student Life selected Dhadkan, a campus organization dedicated to bringing South Asian philanthropic events to campus, as the Group of the Year.
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Campus Declared Safe After Threat Directed at ‘Feminism Is Cancer’ Event

The dean of student life said the campus is safe after a threat was posted on the Feminism Is Cancer event page online.
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UCSB To Begin Using Students’ Preferred Names

UC Santa Barbara will begin using preferred names in all campus services on June 16, affecting access cards, class rosters and faculty interactions with students.
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UCSB Writing Program Creates Science Minor

Starting next fall, UC Santa Barbara will offer a writing minor for science communication, teaching students to share scientific information with a diverse audience.
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‘Feminism Is Cancer’ Banner Leads to Heated Discussions

A student group hoped the banner would lead to constructive conversations about feminism, but some students said the arguments were unproductive.
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Second-Year Student Passes Away at 19

A second-year UCSB student passed away Friday in a hospital after attempting to take his own life the day before.
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Dancers Perform at Storke Plaza in Remembrance of May 23, To Celebrate Peace

Seventy-five dancers dressed in white performed in Storke Plaza on Monday to mark the second anniversary of the May 23, 2014, shooting.
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UCSB Open to Latino Students’ Demands

High-ranking university officials sat with students in El Centro for hours, going point-by-point through a list of demands made by Latino UC Santa Barbara students.
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