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Breakin’ Dancers Break Out of Their Comfort Zones

Students founded UCSBreakin’ in 2010 for those passionate about breaking and growing the hip hop scene in Santa Barbara.
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Police Presence Declines as Deltopia Dwindles

Police presence during Deltopia will continue to decline this year following dropping attendance levels over the past three years.
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UCs See Drop in International Applicants

UC Santa Barbara saw a 10 percent increase in international undergraduate applicants for the 2016-17 admissions cycle, while two fellow UC campuses saw the first decreases in more than a decade.
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Vista Point: Weekly Freebies and Activities in I.V.

Tree plantings, improv and more this week in Isla Vista.
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Embattled Student’s Suspension Lifted

A judge has ruled that a UC Santa Barbara freshman who sued the university may now return to school after over 200 days of indefinite suspension.
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Inspiring Student, Role Model Passes at Age 25

Ismael Hernandez transferred from SBCC and was prepared to graduate from UCSB in June with a degree in biology.
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UCSB Mourns Loss of ‘Selfless’ Grad Student

Samuel “Sam” Boldissar died on March 25 while rock climbing in Joshua Tree. He was a third-year doctoral student described as being “true to his own tastes.”
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A.S. Remembers Staff Member David Miller

David B. Miller worked at the publication office for the last five years. Miller is leaving behind a wife and two wonderful children.
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A.S. Food Bank Begins Facility Expansion, Renovation

During construction, a temporary location will open up on the second floor of the UCen in the study space, across from Subway, where the old faculty lounge used to be.
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Fossil Fuel Activists Call UC Disinvestment ‘Just a Drop in the Bucket’

The UC Regents investments office announced earlier in March that it has removed approximately $150 million of its investments in fossil fuel companies since 2014, but student activists say they will ...
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Police Respond to Sexual Assault on 67 Block of Del Playa Drive

Police responded to a report of sexual assault Saturday morning on the 67 block of Del Playa Drive, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office reported.
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Detained Skateboarder Faces Resisting Arrest Charges

A UC Santa Barbara student whose forceful detainment in the Arbor went viral two weeks ago will be going to court during Spring Break to face charges of resisting arrest.
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UCPD To Cut Down on Deltopia Fencing Due to Spring Insight

The university will not use its usual chain-link fences during Deltopia in April, as the informal street party will fall on the same weekend as Spring Insight.
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New Print Lab to Open in Music Library this Spring

A new print lab will open in the Music Library this Spring Quarter, the Collaborate Student Support Center announced Wednesday.
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I.V. Surfrider Hosts Philanthropic Surf Competition

The competition had been postponed for two weeks due to lack of swell, but this week’s dropping tide provided surfable waves.
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