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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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Student Who Led Sit-In Expresses Frustrations 6 Months Later, Faculty Discuss Improvements

Following a nine-hour student sit-in at Cheadle Hall against the university’s treatment of sexual violence in May, UCSB faculty met this Tuesday, Nov. 14, to revisit the status of the 12 demands mad...
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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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Isla Vista Landlord Charged With Criminal Complaint After Yelling Homophobic Slurs at CSD President

Santa Barbara County District Attorney, Joyce Dudley, announced Tuesday that she would file charges against Gelb.
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Lockdown Lifted at East Campus Residence Halls After Unconfirmed Threat

Police are currently following up on the initial report and conducting checks of the area surrounding the east campus residence halls. 
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Cathy Murillo to be Next Santa Barbara Mayor with Support of Campus Democrats

City councilmember Cathy Murillo will be the new Santa Barbara mayor after winning the 2017 Santa Barbara mayoral race with 28.4 percent of the vote.
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Isla Vista Landlord Yells Homophobic Slurs at I.V. CSD President on State Street

An Isla Vista landlord was filmed shouting homophobic slurs at Ethan Bertrand, the Isla Vista CSD president, in Downtown Santa Barbara on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
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Timeline: One Year After Donald Trump’s Election

When Donald J. Trump clinched the presidency on Nov. 8, 2016, an estimate 1,000 UC Santa Barbara students flooded the streets in protest.
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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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Student Activist Network Reflects on Year Since 2016 Election

When a midnight protest erupted on the UC Santa Barbara campus one year ago, the Student Activist Network provided megaphones for protesters to voice their dissatisfaction regarding the newly-elected ...
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UCSB Professors, Community Look Back on Trump’s First Year in Office

On the anniversary of the 2016 presidential election, UC Santa Barbara faculty and staff gathered in Corwin Pavilion to reflect on Donald Trump’s first year as president.
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Students Hold Vigil for Victims of Sutherland Springs Tragedy

Students and faculty sat around a collection of blue mini-LED candles during the vigil. A bouquet of purple flowers for the victims was placed in the center.
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A.S. Executives, Nearly Half of A.S. Senate Have Private Meeting Monday Night to Discuss Student Spending

In July 2016, UCSB Audit and Advisory Services reported that A.S. did not have autonomy to procure its own funds after completing an audit of the organization.
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College of Creative Studies Celebrates 50th Anniversary

There are currently about 400 students in CCS and over 20,000 total undergraduate students at UCSB.
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