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A.S. Senate Unanimously Approves Resolution Condemning I.V. Landlord’s Homophobic Statements

The A.S. Senate approved a resolution Wednesday condemning I.V. landlord James Gelb’s homophobic statements toward I.V. CSD President Ethan Bertrand on Nov. 7.
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Vista Point: The Goings-On in Isla Vista This Week

The Isla Vista Food Cooperative will be hosting a produce tasting for fruits and vegetables grown in the fall season.
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Edible Campus Program To Double Produce Output with New Farm

The Edible Campus Program hopes to break ground on a student farm by the end of the year, which would double the amount of produce grown by the program.
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Stricter Dog Leash Regulation May Come to Some I.V. Parks

The Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District will hold a meeting next month to discuss an ordinance that could require certain dogs to wear leashes in many I.V. parks.
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Records Show Years of Resident Complaints Against I.V. Landlord

James Gelb, an Isla Vista landlord for more than 23 years, has recently become embroiled in local controversy after he was filmed yelling homophobic statements at Ethan Bertrand, I.V. Community Servic...
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Vista Point: Freebies and Activities in I.V. This Week

The Isla Vista Food Cooperative will be hosting a baking contest at their building next to the Isla Vista Recreation & Park District building this Sunday, Nov. 12.
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Supervisor Joan Hartmann Sees Out First Year with Infrastructure Improvements, Helps CSD Start-Up Costs

The night of Nov. 8, 2016, was a bittersweet one for Joan Hartmann.
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I.V. Parks Dive Headfirst into Recycled Water

The IVRPD approved a project last month that will create recycled-water irrigation in I.V. parks, increasing water sustainability after the region’s recent droughts.
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Vista Point: The Goings-On in Isla Vista This Week

Stay up to date with Isla Vista events with Vista Point.
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Elotero Could Return to SRB Soon, Pending Permits

UC Santa Barbara students can expect to see Hijinio Camacho, El Elotero, selling elotes, raspados and mango on campus again after weeks of his absence.
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Birth Control Vending Machine Coming to Pardall Center Winter Quarter

The UC Santa Barbara Women’s Center plans to install a vending machine that will sell basic wellness products at the Pardall Center beginning Winter Quarter.
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Halloween Weekend 2017 ‘Uneventful’ in Isla Vista, Law Enforcement Drops

Police presence in Isla Vista decreased for Halloween weekend, with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department falling by 22 percent and the UC Police Department falling by 16 percent from 2016 t...
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2 SBCC Students Arrested on Suspicion of Burglary

Both suspects are Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) students, and McAllister is a former SBCC football player.
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Cute, Not Cuddly: Isla Vista Raccoon Numbers May Be in Decline

The furry masked bandits that prowl Isla Vista are known to steal the vulnerable hearts of Isla Vistans, but they leave in their wake something far less lovely: assorted parasites and diseases.
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Advertisements Cost UC Santa Barbara up to $30K for Halloween Weekend

The advertisements are one of the ways the university has tried to curb attendance during party weekends like Halloween and Deltopia in recent years.
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