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UCSB Mock Trial Team Qualifies for Nationals for First Time in Team History

The UC Santa Barbara Mock Trial team has qualified for the American Mock Trial Association National Championships for the first time in the team’s 20-year history.
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First-Year UC Santa Barbara Student Remembered as ‘Iconic’ and Charitable Musician  

A first-year UC Santa Barbara student died on March 9 in a motorcycle accident outside Isla Vista. He was 18 years old.
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Students Fight for Bill to Extend Cal Grant into Summer

The Coalition for a Better UC launched a campaign in the fall of 2017 focused on passing Assembly Bill 3153, which will extend financial aid from Cal Grant into summer sessions.
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Stalker Reportedly Harassing Women After UCSB Lectures

The suspect has allegedly stalked and harassed multiple women in the past week.
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Students Would Pay Close to $200 Million for New UCen

Officials say a proposed University Center renovation plan would cost $48 million, but students could pay more than $193 million if the project ever becomes a reality. 
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President Le Draws Backlash for UCen Petitioning Methods

Associated Students President Hieu Le has received criticism for his methods of gathering signatures for a proposed University Center renovation project, which include not explicitly mentioning the co...
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KCSB Fund Drive Successful Despite Unforeseen Difficulties

Last week KCSB Radio finished off its annual fund drive and raised over $23,000 despite struggling with time, legal constraints and a natural disaster.
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UCSB Students, Faculty Protest for Immigration Reform

About 200 UC Santa Barbara students and faculty walked out of class on Monday afternoon in support of undocumented students.
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Supreme Court Declines Trump’s Appeal to Review Federal DACA Court Case

The United States Supreme Court declined to hear President Donald Trump’s appeal to have the court view the University of California’s case on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program th...
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Is It Cool to Juul? UCSB Administration Says No

The use of vapes, also known as e-cigs, has surged in populations of college students across college campuses as an alternative to cigarettes, according to Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
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A.S. Senate Affirms Support for Undocumented Students

Associated Students Senate unanimously approved a resolution on Wednesday night to support the demands of UC Santa Barbara’s Improving Dreams, Equality Access and Success student organization.
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A.S. Senate Resolution Aims To Prevent UC Tuition Hikes

A resolution to support the UC Santa Barbara Lobby Corps’ goal to prevent University of California Tuition hikes was unanimously passed during an Associated Students Senate meeting on Wednesday nigh...
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Students Discuss Survivor Resource Center at Sexual Assault Town Hall

Students met with UC Santa Barbara administrators and staff on Tuesday afternoon to discuss creating a sexual assault survivor resource center in Isla Vista.
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UCSB Alumni Cycle from I.V. to Nicaragua and Beyond

Daniel Connell and Quincy Lee have been on the biking trip from I.V. to Colombia since Oct. 20, 2017, and they are currently in Nicaragua.
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Program for Students in Recovery Expands to Meet Diverse Community Needs

Gauchos for Recovery (GFR), which provides free recovery support for substance addiction and other addictive behaviors, recently expanded to meet increasing demand for its services and soaring attenda...
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