The housing crunch at UC Santa Barbara has eased a bit, with students no longer staying in hotels in Goleta, but worries remain about how the university will house its students in the coming years. Edith Gomez, a third-year sociology major at UCSB, began researching apartment rentals in Isla Vista about six months before the Read More →
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