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Police Searching for Suspect in Isla Vista Market Robbery

The suspect fled westbound down Pardall Road but was not apprehended.
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Union Employees Strike Amidst Contract Negotiations

Throughout the day, waves of union employees marched through campus with chants.
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Over 200 People Attend Vigil in Solidarity With Muslims of New Zealand

A common sentiment was expressed throughout all of the speeches: Love will overcome hate and fear.
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IVFP Responds to Reports of Gunshots Near Storke Road and Hollister Ave.

Bullet holes were found in the windows of Wolf’s Head Barbershop.
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Two UC Unions To Strike Next Week, UCOP Calls Decisions to Strike “Unfortunate”

Next week’s strike was initially prompted by UPTE, which represents around 13,000 employees; AFSCME, which represents over 25,000 workers across the UC system, is striking in solidarity.
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UC Regents Table Non-Resident Tuition Increase

The Board of Regents plans to reconsider the tuition hike at their next meeting in May.
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Summer Cal Grant Bill Reintroduced to the State Legislature

SB 461 will provide up to nine units of aid per session to students eligible for Cal Grant.
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Southern California Edison Found Responsible for Thomas Fire

A more detailed report about the fire’s investigation will be “available as soon as possible,” according to the department.
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Trial for iV Menus Owner Will Begin in Late July

Both parties said they anticipate the trial to take 15 court days, which includes jury selection.
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SB Supervisors and Young Democrats Discuss Lack of Recreational Dispensaries

As the drug becomes progressively more available, Williams and Lavagnino suspect that a lot of marijuana’s negative stigma will begin to fade.
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Police Issue Five Citations During Underage Drinking Decoy Operation in I.V. & Goleta

Overall, 67 people were contacted in I.V. and Goleta.
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Hella Black Podcast Holds Live Recording at UCSB

The “Hella Black Podcast” centers on Black issues and works to uplift Black organizers.
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Baby Birds Expected to Hatch Across Campus in the Upcoming Months

As spring begins, hundreds of baby birds are expected to hatch across the UCSB campus in the upcoming months.
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Daily Nexus Wins Seven CCMA Awards

The Associated Collegiate Press Conference is an event the Nexus attends yearly. This year, the Nexus was able to send 13 staffers to the conference.
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UC Will Not Raise In-State Tuition

This decision comes following California Governor Gavin Newsom’s budget plan.
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