Isla Vista

50 Years: Isla Vista’s Role in the “Countercultural Revolution”

The event that sparked the violence of 1970 is arguably the most nationally well-known event in the university’s history: the burning of the Bank of America building in Isla Vista. 
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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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I.V. Community Room Closed Until End of Oct. After Mold Discovery

A remediation team was hired to do a complete cleanup of the conference room, restroom and janitor closet.
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Vista Point

Little excerpts of events around Isla Vista this week; go out, join your neighbors, and have fun!
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CSD General Manager, Prominent Isla Vista Democrat Jonathan Abboud To Enter California Assembly Race

At 27, Abboud is by far the youngest candidate to announce his candidacy for the seat.
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I.V. Community Room Closed Following Air Conditioner Leak

Grey said it is unknown at this time how long it will take to fix any damage. 
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Staff Report | Free Resources for Students On and Off Campus

As students move in and prepare for the start of another school year, the Daily Nexus has compiled a list of free resources available to all UCSB students throughout the year.
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Foot Patrol to Launch Restorative Justice Program Offering Alternative Punishment for Ordinance Violators

The program is set to launch around the weekend of Sept. 20, in time for UCSB's move-in weekend.
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Mojo Teahouse To Move to Former Ike’s Location on 65 Seville

Wang began seeking a new location at the beginning of this year after the landlord at the Trigo location doubled the rent.
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In Photos | Newest I.V. Food Stand Hops Between Del Playa Houses

Muñoz works the stand along with his nephew and his friend, preferring to maintain a small team in order to ensure quality of the food he serves.
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A Look Inside the History of “The Most Unique Local Government in California”

As it approaches nearly three years since that November election, the district has begun to land on its feet following a rocky first few years. 
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I.V. Artist Spreads Love of Art and Denim With Back Pocket Murals

Now, in her free time, Macias has taken up denim painting commissions – an unconventional art form not often seen in I.V.
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“A Community Effort”: Diana Collins Puente Selected as First I.V. Community Center Director

The center will have a soft opening in October with a grand opening in either January or February 2020.
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IVTU To Allocate $600 to Those Displaced by 67 Del Playa Incident

While there are 12 residents in the house, the two receiving money were the only residents living in the house at the time of the incident. 
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IVRPD Board Fills Last Seat With Appointment of New Director

UCSB fourth-year Matthew Griffin was the only applicant for the vacant seat. His term will end in November 2020.
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