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Five Water Rescues Launched in I.V. Early Wednesday Morning

Zamboni said the surf is “extremely high” in SB county today, particularly in the I.V. area.
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CCS Burglarized Over Winter Break, $10,000 Worth Stolen

Clark clarified that there was no breach of personal information for students, alumni, faculty or staff.
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Senate Votes To Hold EVPSA Winter Quarter Special Election

The vote, conducted over email, passed with 9 yeses, 3 nos and 1 abstention.
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I.V. Resident Arrested For Reportedly Brandishing Gun, Threatening To Shoot at Dublin’s

Rios was booked on a $50,000 bail.
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Associated Students IVP and EVPSA-Elect Removed From Isla Vista Party

The two were removed from the party during summer 2018, the statement said.
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RHA Introduces Free Menstrual Products in the Chi-5 Residence Halls

The program provides plastic boxes stocked with a variety of period products for residents.
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UC Regents To Consider Removing Student Advisor Position, Leaving Undergraduates Without Representation

If the position is removed, only two student positions would remain: the student regent and student regent-designate.
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UC C.A.R.E. Directors Discuss Proposed Title IX Changes During Bi-Annual Meeting

The directors agreed to work on a collaborative document that would voice their concerns to UCOP and the Department of Education.
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UCPD Ups Enforcement of Electric Scooter Violations

UCPD did not begin stringently impounding scooters until Dec. 3.
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I.V. CSD Shakes Up Board Leadership

The board also unanimously voted to officially appoint SBCC Board President-elect Jonathan Abboud as its general manager.
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UCSB Alumnus Dies in Redwood City Following Police Confrontation

Hart was transported to a local hospital for treatment. He was pronounced dead at 9:30 a.m.
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Munger Donates 1800-Acre Property to UCSB, College Will Maintain as Working Ranch

The property also includes seven homes and a man-made lake.
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Food, Nutrition, and Basic Skills Program to Begin Hands-On Cooking Classes in Winter 2019

The first class is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 15.
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Kaplan Ends UCen Contract, UCPD Eyes Vacated Space

The company’s lease officially ended Oct. 31, although they decided in September not to renew it.
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SBC Residents Demand Police End Cooperation With I.C.E. During Annual T.R.U.T.H. Act Forum

Sheriff Brown emphasized during the forum that the prison release dates were public in accordance with state law.
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