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Startup Competition Finalists to Square Off on Wednesday

After a year of preparation and competition, six student-run startup companies will move on to the finals of the New Venture Competition. The contest will be held 3-7 p.m Wednesday at Corwin Pavilion ...
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UCSB Students in Manchester Safe After Bombing

Six UC Santa Barbara students studying abroad at the University of Manchester are safe following a bombing in Manchester on Monday night.
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A Legacy of Remembrance: Documenting Isla Vista’s Recovery After May 23, 2014

Community members gathered Monday evening at the MultiCultural Center not to relate the trauma but to retrace the memorialization that took place following the tragedy that redefined I.V.
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Timeline: Growth and Change in the Aftermath of the Isla Vista Shooting

Click through the timeline to move days, months and years after the events of May 23.
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Elections Board, Students Discuss Election Safety, Sustainability, More

The Associated Students Elections Board (ASEB) held a post-election town hall at Pardall Center Friday evening where around 15 students gathered to discuss the various issues that arose during this ye...
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Regents Promise Transparency After Audit Uproar

The UC Board of Regents announced Thursday that they would strive to increase clarity between the administration and students.
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Regents Approve Nonresident Enrollment Cap

The University of California Board of Regents approved an 18 percent cap of nonresident enrollment across the UCs on Thursday.
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Beloved Community Conference in Isla Vista Aims To Strengthen Community, Foster Dialogue

The second annual Beloved Community Isla Vista Conference will be held this Friday and Saturday at the I.V. Community Resource Building, providing residents with a celebration of the I.V. community th...
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Monologues Document Experiences of the Undocumented

Over 80 students gathered in the MultiCultural Center lounge for a spoken word event on immigrant experiences Tuesday evening.
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Sexual Assault Reports Up in I.V.

It is unknown what exactly has prompted the increase, but the issue has been at the center of Associated Students’ elections platforms and the recent sexual assault sit-in on May 3 and 4 in Cheadle ...
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Farewell, Holly

Jim Morrison's fabled muse for "The Crystal Ship," Platform Holly, will soon disappear as Venoco, Inc. has filed for bankruptcy.
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Protests Halt UC Regents Meeting

The public forum with UC Regents was set to discuss proposed UC-wide tuition hikes but ended with protests and police intervention.
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Amid Budget Woes, SB Sheriff’s Office Faces Potential Staff Cuts

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office (SBSO) is currently over budget, understaffed and overworked, county officials reported in budget discussions this past month.
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Vista Point: Local Freebies and Activities This Week

This week features free music in many forms, a yogi's Extravaganza pregame, a May 23 tragedy remembrance vigil and more.
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Four Years Later, Still a ‘No’ for Israel Divestment

Following the Associated Students Senate’s failure to pass the resolution to divest from companies that allegedly aid Israel in human rights violations against Palestinians, UC Santa Barbara is the ...
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