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Pulitzer-Winning Photojournalist Makes UCSB Debut

Photojournalist Lynsey Addario spoke at Campbell Hall this past Saturday, bringing an end to the UC Santa Barbara Arts & Lectures National Geographic Live series.
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IVRPD Accepts $13,000 Donation from UCSB

The Isla Vista Recreation and Park District accepted $13,000 from UC Santa Barbara this Thursday as part of an agreement to use the funds for park improvements and maintenance.
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Chancellor Yang Agrees To Endorse $3 Billion UC Divestment From Fossil Fuels After 72-Hour Sit-In

Nearly 60 hours into a sit-in staged by student activists, Chancellor Henry T. Yang has agreed to publicly endorse UC divestment of nearly $3 billion from fossil fuel companies, making him the first-e...
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A.S. Senate Fails to Pass Divestment Resolution After 10-Hour Meeting

Over 100 students gathered in Corwin Pavilion to witness the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate vote on a resolution to divest from companies that aid Israel in alleged human rights violations against ...
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Playful Wisdom: Go Club and Its Quiet Success

Facing off against each other, Rex Luan and Stephen Hu, current and future president of UC Santa Barbara’s Go Club, sit in perfect contrast.
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Comparing Civic Engagement at UCSB with National Elections

About 36 percent of the undergraduate student body, or 7,220 undergraduates, participated in the 2017 Associated Students Election, making it one of the higher voter turnout rates in the past decade.
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Vista Point: Isla Vista’s Goings-On This Week

This week's events include the 41st annual Isla Vista Jugglers Festival, Toga-Palooza and free vegan food.
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Unfazed by the Haze: Greek Life Confronts its Reputation

UC Santa Barbara has seen three fraternities lose their charter or colony status since 2014 for hazing-related offenses. Phi Sigma Kappa, Beta Theta Pi and Nu Alpha Kappa all lost their colony or char...
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Pro-Israel Mural Defaced Amid Divestment Debate

A pro-Israel mural near Pardall Tunnel was vandalized for the second time in three days on Tuesday, increasing tension between pro-Palestine and pro-Israel student groups days before a divestment reso...
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Leah Foltz Wins People’s Choice at UC Grad Slam

After weeks of competing for thousands of dollars, graduate student Leah Foltz successfully explained her research on curing blindness with skin cells to win the People’s Choice Award at the annual ...
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SJP To Move for Divestment a Fourth Time

The Associated Students Senate will hear a resolution demanding the divestment from companies involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict starting at 6:30 p.m. today, May 10, in Corwin Pavilion.
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Measure O Passes, Will Fund I.V. Park Services

Measure O passed Tuesday night with approximately 80 percent of Isla Vista voters choosing to approve the special tax to fund additional park services in I.V.
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Students Advocating for Fossil Fuel Divestment Stage Sit-in, Meet With Chancellor Yang

After hosting a sit-in at Cheadle Hall for almost 36 hours, student leaders are currently meeting with Chancellor Henry T. Yang to gain his support in urging UC Regents to divest nearly $3 billion fro...
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A.S. Publications Renamed After Staff Member Who Passed Away

Over 50 staff and students gathered outside of Corwin Pavilion on Friday to rename the print shop after David Miller, a UC Santa Barbara staff member who died in March.
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Police Arrest Isla Vista Resident for Alleged Hate Crime

Police have taken into custody an I.V. resident who allegedly attacked an elderly individual last month in belief that the person was homosexual.
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