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Wristbands, Booked Bands and Booze Stands: I.V. Stakeholders Push for a Sanctioned Deltopia

For the first time in the short history of Deltopia, a jazz band led an entourage of partygoers down Del Playa Drive — a sight perhaps more common for New Orleans Mardi Gras than for Isla Vista’s ...
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Admins Opt to Repair El Centro

UC Santa Barbara administrators are no longer calling for the demolition of the El Centro Annex building following a decision to repair the building’s structural problems instead and allow student...
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Father of 2014 I.V. Victim Reacts to Recent Shooting

The father of a victim of the 2014 Isla Vista shooting spoke out Tuesday in response to the Monday shooting at a San Bernardino elementary school.
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UC Santa Barbara Student Found Dead Wednesday Morning

A passerby found a UC Santa Barbara student dead near Campus Point at approximately 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office reported.
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Filmmakers Talk Rwandan Rape in Corwin

Approximately 280 people were in attendance at Corwin Pavilion for the Monday evening screening and panel with the film’s producers and protagonists organized by the Associated Students (A.S.) Human...
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University of Manchester Intergenerational Projects Group Tackles the ‘Loneliness Crisis’

A group of students that hold parties in a Manchester bar for around sixty older people four times a year, as well as monthly film afternoons for up to thirty.
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UC Berkeley Startup ‘SafeSpace’ Works to Promote Mental Health Awareness

UC Berkeley students are developing a website and mobile app to connect campus students experiencing mental health issues with other students who face similar experiences.
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Sciences Po Refugee Assists Asylum Seekers in France

The organization, Sciences Po Refugee Help, aims to materially and immaterially improve the living conditions of refugees.
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Deltopia Crowds Up, Arrests Down From Last Year

Deltopia crowds were estimated to be as low as 6,000 and as high as 8,000 this year, up from approximately 3,500 the year before, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office (SBSO).
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Pitt Pantry Addresses Rising Food Insecurity

The Pitt Pantry’s customers are only a handful of the thousands of college students who visit campus food pantries across the U.S. — and that number has ballooned in recent years.
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Yemeni Nobel Laureate Visits UCSB

Tawakkol Karman, the first female Arab and Yemeni Nobel laureate, came from Istanbul to discuss tyranny, terrorism and the Arab Spring.
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North Korean Defectors Share Stories at UCSB

UC Santa Barbara’s Liberty in North Korea chapter hosted the two North Korean defectors this Thursday to talk about human rights violations and their journeys in escaping a dictatorship.
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County Supervisors Push Tsunami Preparedness

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed an honorary resolution last week declaring the week Tsunami Preparedness Week.
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Student Injured After Cliff Fall on Del Playa

A UCSB student fell off of a balcony on the 66 block of Del Playa at approximately 4:45 p.m. Saturday.
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MTD Proposes Technology Changes to Student Bus Pass, Updates to Bus Schedules

The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District (MTD) is proposing new technology that will replace the student bus sticker system within the next year and enact changes to bus schedules starting Aug....
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