Students, Santa Barbarans, Local Politicians Participate in Women’s March for Reproductive Rights

State Senator Monique Limón congratulated high school- and college-aged marchers for being civically engaged and fighting for their rights. 
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UCPD Issues Two Timely Warnings Back-to-Back

Neither one of the survivors currently wishes to press charges, however, UCPD will keep the investigations open in the case that a survivor decides to press charges. 
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Students and County Residents March Against ExxonMobil’s New Oil Trucking Plan

The protestors marched through downtown Santa Barbara chanting, “No more Exxon, no more oil. Keep the carbon in the soil.”
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IVCSD Plans Pop-Up Events in Downtown I.V. for Halloween 2021

This year, IVCSD is hoping to put on pop-up events in downtown I.V. near businesses like the Isla Vista Food Cooperative — away from residential areas — for community members to enjoy. 
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Isla Vista 2014 Tragedy Influences Carbajal’s Extreme Risk Protection Order Act of 2021

U.S. Congressman Salud Carbajal and Senator Dianne Feinstein introduced the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act of 2021 — legislation offering federal funding to states that adopt red flag laws. 
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IVCSD Resources for I.V. Residents and Students During 2021-22 School Year

The Isla Vista Community Services District provides community members with several resources in order to achieve their goal of improving the quality of life and infrastructure.
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SBSO Receives $97,000 Grant to Address and Reduce Alcohol-Related Crimes in I.V. and Goleta

According to a press release from the sheriff’s office, the money will primarily be used to address alcohol-related incidents in both Isla Vista and Goleta. 
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Four UCSB Sororities Placed on Interim Suspension Following Hazing Allegations

According to UCSB spokesperson Andrea Estrada, “multiple Greek organization houses were placed on suspension recently in connection with allegations related to hazing.”
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IVCSD Swears in New County-Appointed Director

Topliffe was appointed following the retirement of the former county-appointed Isla Vista Community Services District Director Robert Geis.
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UCSB Dean Alleges Insufficient Number of Courses Prior to Fall Quarter 2021

Students at UCSB are required to take 12 units to be considered full-time students — a requirement many students are having difficulty meeting this quarter. 
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Where Students Are From

Of the 22,205 in-state students for the 2020-21 school year, the county with the highest number of students at UCSB is Los Angeles County with 5,670 students.
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UCSB Moves Forward With Hotel Housing

The University & Community Housing Services described the hotel solution as a temporary, emergency solution only available during Fall Quarter 2021.
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Suspect Arrested In Connection With Campus Sexual Assault From Aug. 27

The arrested suspect has been charged with four felonies.
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Unmasking Isla Vista: Community Activism

In the sixth and final segment of our new series, "Unmasking Isla Vista: A COVID-19 Community Archive," the Daily Nexus and KCSB examine student and I.V. community activism throughout the pandemic.
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Two Sexual Assaults Reported on Aug. 28

UCPD detectives have been investigating the sexual assault, and the investigation is ongoing. 
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