UCSB Students Describe Their Path to Higher Education, Often Paved by Family’s Sacrifice

Many students’ journeys to UCSB began not with themselves, but with their parents.  
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Here’s What You Need To Know About I.V. CSD Elections This November

The openings for the 2020 ballot include two seats with a four-year term and one seat with a two-year term.
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The “Uphill Fight that the Black Community in America has Constantly Been Fighting Towards”: UCSB and IV Community Speak on Black Lives Matter Movement

As protest headlines disappear from mainstream news, it remains unclear how the Black Lives Matter movement has changed, or will change, the community of Isla Vista and UCSB.
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Gov. Newsom Issues Statewide Order to Close More Indoor Operations Amidst Coronavirus Spike

Monday’s order mandates the closure of dine-in restaurants, wineries, movie theaters and family entertainment centers, along with zoos, museums and cardrooms.
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I.V. CSD Creates Working Group To Examine Police Brutality in Isla Vista

The working group will be collaborating with the Black community and other stakeholders in I.V. to create an action plan.
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Goleta City Council Votes To Provide Library Services in Isla Vista

The chosen option for a hybrid-style library includes multiple pop-up services, such as book vending machines, book drops, pop-up libraries and a cargo van.
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As In-Person Research Goes Dormant, UCSB Researchers Explore New Methods of Work

Despite the shuttering of research on campus, there are still alternatives for student researchers, such as proposing ideas for future projects.
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SBC Public Health Department Confirms First Case of Coronavirus in Isla Vista

The SBC Public Health Department confirmed the first case of coronavirus in I.V. on Monday evening, as the total number of diagnosed cases within the county went up to 88.
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Pandemic Pedagogy: Professors Prepare For First Quarter of Remote Instruction

Now, with the pressure of all classes being taught online, the time to carefully develop courses is quickly dwindling.
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I.V. CSD Absorbs Compost Collective, Aims To Resume Compost Services in April

Currently, the collective has plans to resume services in mid to late April; before it can reopen, it needs to fill open-staffing positions.
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Alternative Deltopia Festival Postponed Indefinitely Due To UCSB Coronavirus Precautions

But with UCSB's decision to move classes online at least through the end of April, the I.V. CSD’s Deltopia-alternative festival will not be held. 
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“Without graduate student labor, there is no light”: UCSB 4 COLA Rallies as Part of UC-Wide Black-Out Strike

The UC-wide work stoppage started early morning on Thursday; at approximately 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, protesters blocked all four entrances to Cheadle Hall.
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Primary Elections 2020: Hartmann Takes Tentative Lead, Weak Showing for Abboud

Semi-official results showed that Hartmann maintained her lead with 52.26% of the vote, while Porter stayed behind with 35.71%. 
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UCSB Student Advocates For the Replacement of European Traditions Requirement

The European Traditions requirement has been part of UC Santa Barbara’s General Education Program in some form since the 80s.
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University, Organizations Discuss Voter Registration Efforts as California Primary Approaches

In I.V., registration numbers have peaked at 13,000 registered voters during presidential election years.
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