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Students Address Campus Diversity, University Policies at A.S. Organized Town Hall Meeting

The Associated Students Office of the President held Raise Your Voice! — a town hall meeting addressing diversity, representation and marginalization in the campus community — at Corwin Pavilion l...
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College Republicans’ Keynote Speaker To Discuss Gun Control, Media Bias

UCSB College Republicans will host their annual keynote speaker lecture at the Loma Pelona Center, featuring FOX News contributor Ben Shapiro, who will give a lecture entitled “Dismantling the Left...
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Annual Festival to Host Local Bands, Offer Free Food, Produce Zero Waste

Isla Vista’s ninth annual Chilla Vista will feature hip hop-infused indie surf rock trio Radical Something along with local Isla Vista bands Junipero, Ultraviolet, Adventure Dogs and Eucalyptus, Euc...
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Students Rally Against Sexual Assault in I.V.

Associated Students organization Take Back the Night gathered at Anisq’ Oyo’ Park yesterday evening to rally through the streets of Isla Vista in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Begi...
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Students Vote in Favor of Every Fee Proposed in Campus Election

The results of the Campus Elections Commission’s 2013 fee initiatives were released yesterday, wrapping this year’s election season with a unanimous passage of all presented fees. Students voted t...
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Abboud Named A.S. President for 2013-14 as OPP Sweeps Elections

COSWB, The Bottom Line Secure New Lock-in Funding;  All Existing A.S. Fees Reaffirmed [[UPDATED]] Emotions were high Thursday night as Associated Students election and fee results were announced in...
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A.S. Candidates Debate, Voting Starts Next Week

The candidates for the position of Associated Students External Vice President of Statewide Affairs debated a number of issues such as lobbying legislators during yesterday’s A.S. elections forums a...
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Official Campaigning Kicks Off for Associated Students Elections

The week-long campaigning period for this year’s Associated Students Elections officially began Sunday night after the ballot gained the A.S. Senate’s approval over the weekend, making candidates ...
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Executive Candidates Debate Party Lines, Local Event Safety

Yesterday, the Associated Students Elections debate forums for the positions of External Vice President of Local Affairs and Internal Vice President took place at the UCen Hub, with candidates debatin...
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SB Officials Currently Debating Beach Shutdown

Open beaches would break precedent of party-preventative closures instituted in 2009. As of yesterday, Santa Barbara County administration has not yet reached a decision on whether beach closures that...
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Student Faces Allegations of Staged Assault in SantaCruz

Criminal charges have been filed against UCSB student Morgan Triplett for providing investigators with false information regarding an alleged assault and rape case at the UC Santa Cruz campus. This pa...
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Gauchos Dance Their Way to Harlem Shake Fame

Over 1,000 students filled Storke Plaza Friday afternoon to create a synchronized dance video in the style of the trendy Harlem Shake internet meme and viral YouTube videos. Dressed in a wide array of...
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Balanced State Budget To Increase UC Funds

Yesterday, Gov. Jerry Brown announced the proposed state budget for the 2013-2014 year, which, if passed in June, will bring the state out of deficit for the first time in five years, according to Bro...
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Gevirtz Dean Conoley To Temporarily Leave UCSB, Assume Position of Acting Chancellor at UC Riverside

UCSB’s Dean of the Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Jane Close Conoley, was appointed acting chancellor of UC Riverside by the UC Board of Regents on Tuesday. Conoley will take over the positio...
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Two Suspects Detained in Sabado Tarde Rd. Shooting

Santa Barbara County Sheriff ’s Deputies responded to multiple gunshots being fired on the 6500 block of Sabado Tarde Road during the early morning hours of Saturday and have taken two suspects into...
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