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College Link Outreach Program To Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Over the past 20 years, the program has since expanded to serve 150 students each year.
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SASA Discusses Proposed Title IX Amendments, Progress on List of Asks at Town Hall

SASA’s next town hall will take place in Spring Quarter, with exact date and location yet to be determined.
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Acacia Counseling & Wellness Supports UCSB Students’ Mental Health

Acacia Counseling and Wellness provides accessible mental health services in Isla Vista.
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Girl Scouts Begin Selling Cookies on UCSB Campus

Local Girl Scouts began selling Girl Scout cookies on campus this month.
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UC C.A.R.E. Directors Discuss Proposed Title IX Changes During Bi-Annual Meeting

The directors agreed to work on a collaborative document that would voice their concerns to UCOP and the Department of Education.
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UC Responds to Proposed Title IX Amendments

Title IX is the federal civil rights law which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities that receive federal funding.
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UCSB Students Gather in Response to the Trump Administration’s Potential Redefinition of Gender

The effort consisted of card- and poster-making activities on Monday and Tuesday in the RCSGD room in the SRB.
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AFSCME Strikes Come to an End, UCOP Calls AFSCME Strikes “Wasted Efforts”

While the strike did not result in resolved demands, it brought attention to the issues that UC workers face, lead groundskeeper Juan Donato said.
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AFSCME Begins Second Strike of the Year

Today’s protests at UCSB were part of a much bigger UC-wide demonstration that encompasses all 10 campuses.
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EAOP Still Works to Help Low-Income Students 40 Years Later

Over the years, the program's focus has shifted to targeting low-income, first-generation students who do not have readily available access to college services.
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