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Asian Americans: The Precarious Position of the ‘Model Minority’

This past weekend, thousands of protestors swarmed the streets of L.A. to show support for NYPD officer Peter Liang, who was recently charged with second-degree manslaughter in the November 2014 murde...
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Overview of New A.S. Parties

In the upcoming spring elections, four new Associated Students (A.S.) parties will be participating: Campus United, Peer Action Coalition (PAC), The Response and QutSB (Queer and Trans Student Body). ...
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A.S. Senate Discusses Free Speech Issues, Creation of New Offices

The Associate Students Senate met in the Flying A Room of the UCen Wednesday evening to discuss the creation of new offices, organization funding, free speech issues and a threat of a letter of no con...
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Dance Marathon To Raise Money for CMN

Dance Marathon will host UCSB’s third annual Dance Marathon from Feb. 20 to 21 to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network.
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Senate Bill Calls for Capping of Coastal Oil Wells

California State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) recently introduced Senate Bill 900 (SB 900), known as the Coastal Oil Well Cleanup Act.
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Professor Megan Carney Lectures on Migration, Food Insecurity

UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center hosted Professor Megan Carney from the University of Washington, Seattle to give a lecture titled “Back There We Had Nothing to Eat: Food Insecurity and Wome...
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Fully Grant Eight Requests, Partially Grant Five, Table One

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the Flying A Room of the UCen to consider 14 funding requests. A.S. F&B began the meeting with $13,500 in Office...
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Associated Students Finance and Business Committee Fully Grants Six Requests, Partially Grants Three and Declines Two

 The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street room to consider 12 campus funding requests. A.S. F&B began the meeting with $18,065 in ...
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Fully Fund Three Requests, Partially Fund Three Others

  The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (F&B) allocated $12,565 to campus organizations on Monday, partially funding three requests and fully funding three others. A.S. F&...
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Fully Funds 10 Requests, Partially Funds Three, Tables One

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street room to consider 14 funding requests from various campus organizations. The committee began it...
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Halloween Events, Police Presence Draw Crowds Away from DP

Del Playa Drive was surprisingly quiet this Halloween weekend, with festivities drawing significantly smaller crowds and resulting in fewer misdemeanor arrests and medical evacuations compared to prev...
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Student Group to ‘Chalk the Block’ for Bernie Sanders

Members of UCSB-4-Bernie, a student group supporting Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders as he seeks the Democratic presidential nomination, is hosting “Chalk-the-Block” Thursday at 4 p.m. to imprint I...
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A.S. Finance Board Fully Grants Seven Requests and Tables Seven Requests

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street room to consider fourteen funding requests from 13 campus organizations. The committee began i...
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A.S. Financial and Business Committee Allocates Funds to Six Student Groups This Week

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street room to consider 10 funding requests from nine campus organizations. The committee began its m...
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Talk Highlights Military Transgender Advocacy

The Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity (RCSGD) and Veteran Student Services co-hosted a talk Tuesday night in the Hub featuring Shane Ortega, the first openly transgender soldier in the...
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