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Deputies Deploy Naloxone For Second Time in 24 Hours

Once stabilized, the victim was taken to a local hospital for further treatment.
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Deputies Deploy Naloxone for Overdose Victim

The woman has since been transferred to a hospital for further treatment.
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UCOP Deems Collegiate Free Speech Executive Order Unnecessary

President Trump spoke at CPAC, where he discussed the executive order.
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Majority of UCSB Pre-Bio Students Decide To Switch Majors

Many students found that the administrators and advisors were at best overburdened and at worst outright unhelpful.
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Chancellor Yang Promises Fulfillment of Multiple BSU Demands

These proposals were part of the most recent set of demands BSU released to the university in February, but built upon over 50 years of efforts from previous generations of BSU students.
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UC Walks Aways from Elsevier Negotiations

UC’s past contract with Elsevier set them back $11 million per year.
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Four Orgs Express Interest in Empty UCen Space

UCPD was the first and only organization to express interest in the space as of December 2018.
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A.S. Book Bank Gains New Exposure

The A.S. Book Bank is unique because students can check out books for an entire quarter without returning them.
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Barbershop Debut Sparks New Buzz In I.V.

Before making the decision to open a second shop in I.V., Ramirez took a grassroots style approach to best figure out the location of his second shop.
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Eric Moon Sworn in as New A.S. On-Campus Senator, Replaces Salari

Even though Moon had not been elected during Spring Quarter 2018, he still focused his attention toward advocating for UCSB students this past year.
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Coffee Collab Owner Passes Away at 38 Years Old

The shop will be “closed until further notice,” according to a sign posted to the business’s door.
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Union Workers Protest UCPath Implementation, Payment Issues

Throughout the protest, several speakers took the floor to discuss their frustrations with UCPath as well as with the path to achieving restitution.
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S.A.G. Martinez Found in Violation of Legal Code by A.G. Safadi

Martinez maintained that she did not believe she violated Legal Code.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Calling for Disarmament of Campus Police

The resolution was authored by Senators Uribe and Palmerin.
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Housing Services Plants New Roots in UCen Following Tree Damage

HDAE was left without a home following a storm in early February, which brought several trees crashing down both in Isla Vista and on campus.
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