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McNair Program May Be Cut if President Trump’s Federal Budget is Approved

The McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement is a federal scholarship offered to first-generation, low-income students or those who belong to underrepresented minorities in the United States.
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CSD Holds First Public Safety Town Hall Meeting

During the meeting, attendees raised the possibility of creating a civilian review board and improving transparency in law enforcement’s crime reporting.
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Trump Budget a Threat to SB Housing and Infrastructure

Santa Barbara County could lose more than a million dollars in annual federal funding following President Donald Trump’s first full budget proposal for the 2018 fiscal year.
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ROTC Cadets Conquer Mount Whitney in Under 15 Hours

While throngs of students echoed the lyrics to Schoolboy Q’s “Collard Greens” in the sunny haze of Extravaganza, a group of Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets were headed back to I...
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Once ‘At-Risk Youth’ Dela Cruz Receives UCSB’s Highest Honor

Dela Cruz has served several positions in A.S., is currently completing her thesis on the history of the Ventura School for Girls and will be graduating with a bachelor's degree in history of public p...
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Vista Point: Weekly Local Freebies and Activities

Issue XI of the Catalyst magazine will be launching this Thursday at Coffee Collaborative. The event will be from 6-8 p.m. Anyone can stop by to get a free copy of the Isla Vista-themed edition.
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Senate To Vote on Boycotting Gio’s Pizza

Associated Students (A.S.) will be voting Wednesday on a resolution to boycott Giovanni’s Pizza in Isla Vista.
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Career Services To Replace Gaucholink with New Jobs Database

UCSB Career Services plans to replace in June its online jobs database, Gaucholink, with a new website called Handshake.
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4 Suspects Arrested in Isla Vista Stabbing, Robbery

At approximately 12:50 a.m., Isla Vista Foot Patrol (IVFP) deputies responded to a report of a strong-armed robbery near the intersection of Pardall Road and Camino Pescadero.
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A.S. UCSB Senators Sworn In for 2017-18 Term

With heightened emotions, the 67th Associated Students Senate conducted their last meeting and the newly elected senators conducted their first meeting after being sworn in as the 68th.
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Scam-Free Ticketing Platform Wins New Venture Competition

This year’s New Venture Competition’s first-place winner is CRYPTIX, a ticketing platform which uses blockchain technology to make the process safer by eliminating fraud and scalpers.
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UCSB Ranked 2nd Amongst ‘Top Colleges Doing the Most for the American Dream’

UC Santa Barbara ranks second-best in the nation amongst universities “committed to economic diversity,” according to a New York Times college ranking released Thursday.
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ACLU Director Visits UCSB, Talks Immigration

The director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California, Ahilan Arulanantham, spoke Thursday night at the MultiCultural Center about immigrant rights and the role the ACLU has...
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Vista Point: The Goings-On in I.V. This Week

This week's Vista Point includes an art festival, hot sauce tasting, an Isla Vista town hall meeting and more.
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Suit Against I.V. Shooter’s Housing Complex Progresses

The parents of James Hong, David Wang and George Chen filed a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against Capri Apartments and Asset Campus Housing in March of 2015.
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