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46 min ago | Noozhawk
A bomb threat at UC Santa Barbara's Campbell Hall has been called a false alarm by campus officials, and evacuations have been lifted after the UC Police Department received a threat earlier Wednesday and officers arrived on scene to investigate the claim.
4 hrs ago | Salt Lake Tribune
Rebelution, headlining Saltair on Friday night, is a rock-reggae band that began in Isla Vista, a college town for the University of California, Santa Barbara, where students cut class not to sleep but to surf.
9 hrs ago | Editor & Publisher
When a mass shooting took place near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus in May, the school's university-funded newspaper, The Bottom Line, decided not to immediately publish news about the shooting to "minimize the emotional harm" to its staff.
Four new principals are joining the Santa Barbara Unified School District this year and will take over schools that have struggled with administrative turnover the past several years.
UC Merced has been ranked among the "Cool Schools" by the Sierra Club's Sierra Magazine because of its commitment to sustainability.
Snowden is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara. He spent a number of years in the wine industry as part of his family's vineyard before obtaining a master's in business from Pepperdine University.
Sequencing facility assistant director and Ph.D. candidate Elmer Guzman stands with co-author Matthew Lalli in front of the RNA sequencer used in the study.
Less than three months after the deadly shooting that left six dead at UC Santa Barbara, California could take an unprecedented step to get guns out of the wrong hands.
In an effort to reiterate civic responsibility on campus and in the community, starting this fall students will be required to sign an honor code SBCC officials have been working on ways to quell and prevent violence taking place in Isla Vista, where many of the college's students live.
I wasn't surprised at some of the crude comments and hatred expressed toward blacks that came from a few white male anti-immigration Republicans in response to my article Cops Gone Wild.
For decades, common wisdom in psychology held that people who are stigmatized in some way - whether due to physical or learning disabilities, mental illness, racial differences or something else entirely - experience low self-esteem.
Remember feminazi professor Mireille Miller-Young at the University of California, Santa Barbara, who manhandled young pro-life demonstrator Thrin Short, scratched her, and stole her sign as Thrin and her sister attempted to express their point of view in a campus "free speech" area? Readers will be unsurprised that her fellow academics are backing ... (more)
Image Caption: Scientists at the University of Chicago and the University of California, Santa Barbara, used this optical apparatus to direct ultrafast pulses of light to manipulate the quantum state of a single electron spin in diamond.
The three Land Rovers pause while John Flynn consults the device in his hand. "Is the GPS happy?" someone asks him.
In his opening remarks to an enthusiastic, packed house at Center Stage Theater on a recent Sunday afternoon, The Odyssey Project creator and director Michael Morgan called it "a mode of artistic intervention."
The saga of University of California, Santa Barbara feminist studies professor Mireille Miller-Young has taken yet another bizarro twist after her defenders urged a judge to excuse the criminal allegations against her because of the "cultural legacy of slavery."
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 03:20 pm
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