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EAOP Still Works to Help Low-Income Students 40 Years Later

Over the years, the program's focus has shifted to targeting low-income, first-generation students who do not have readily available access to college services.
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Isla Vista’s “Bark Park” Now Open

The board hopes to add several more features to the park, including sprinklers, tables, an additional mutt mitt dispenser, a tunnel bridge, ramps and slides.
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Pardall Carnival Brings Together I.V. Residents for Its 10th Year

Pardall Carnival celebrated its 10th year in Isla Vista this past weekend, with numerous orgs tabling on the street and hundreds of students in attendance.
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AFSCME Votes to Strike, USLAC UCSB Plans in Solidarity

UC workers went on a three-day strike last May regarding the same issue, drawing the support of several hundred students at UCSB as well as some faculty members.
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Runner-Up Senator Sworn in Over FaceTime

Mello was voted in with 19 yes votes, one no vote and two abstentions.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

Little excerpts of events happening around Isla Vista this week; go out, join your neighbors, and have fun!
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A.S. Postpones Council Vote for Second Week In a Row

The original vote and the reconsiderations of the vote continued to be split across party lines, with Proxy Luvia Solis abstaining from the vote.
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Galoustian Will Face Charges on Behalf of Two Victims During January Trial

Galoustian, 45, allegedly assaulted two separate victims on different dates.
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From DP Rentals To Playa Life I.V.: 40 Isla Vista Properties Under New Management

Say goodbye to Del Playa Rentals. Isla Vista Owners LLC, a Delaware-registered company, bought all of James Gelb’s 40 properties in early May, taking charge of the 634 tenants. Encore Property Mana...
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Student’s Artwork Becomes Popular At UCSB Via Twitter

The tweet that launched Danh’s business received 2,000 retweets in three days and spurred an influx of orders into her direct messages.
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Title IX Policy Changes Explained By Student Advisory Board Representative

The UC-wide sexual violence and sexual harassment policy is currently in a formal review period.
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Bird’s Wings Clipped: Electric Scooter Ban In Place on Campus

A citation for riding a Bird on campus could cost $250.
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Edible Campus Program Breaks Ground on Its Biggest Project Yet

The program plans to donate the food from the farm to the A.S. Food Bank in the University Center and the Miramar Food Pantry.
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UCSB Offers New Minor in Museum Studies

The process of creating the minor began last year when Paul drafted a proposal with help and support from the Departmental Curriculum Committee.
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New Summer Program Aims to Increase Retention Rates of Transfer Students at UCSB

he program was created in hopes of fostering higher retention rates for transfer students beyond their first year at UCSB.
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