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“Second Class Feminists” Event Fosters Discussion on Feminism and Religion

The College of Letters and Science and Department of Religious Studies co-hosted an event Tuesday evening titled “Second Class Feminists?: The Changing Role of Women in Faith Communities” for pane...
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Regents Discuss Increased Application Numbers, PDST

The UC Board of Regents discussed 2015 figures for both freshman and transfer undergraduate applications, focusing specifically on the implications of this increase for the University’s goal of admi...
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Regents Discuss Working Group to Combat Intolerance

The University of California Board of Regents discussed the progress of its Working Group on Principles Against Intolerance on Thursday at UC San Francisco in its monthly board meeting, primarily focu...
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Finance Report Unveils Self-Governance Study

The study investigates the financial feasibility of several options for the self-governance of Isla Vista, and will be used to inform residents and help with ongoing planning The Fund for Santa Barb...
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A.S. Finance Board Funds KCSB, Transfer Student Organization, More

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Oct. 5th in the UCen State Street room to consider 14 funding requests from 12 campus organizations.
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UCSB Recognized for Low-Income Outreach

The New York Times applauds UCSB on its availability and affordability for low-income students, but some students urge that there is still much more work for the university to do
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UCSB Library To Debut Mid-Fall 2015

The Davidson Library Addition and Renovation Project is ahead of schedule, set to be complete November 2015 with increased computers, outlets, information technology resources and study spaces.
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First-Ever Community Resource Deputy James McKarrel Meets With Students To Discuss Role, Address Questions

Isla Vista Foot Patrol’s (IVFP) first-ever Community Resource Deputy (CRD) James McKarrel, who assumed the role August 17, met with community members Wednesday night in the I.V. Neighborhood Clinic ...
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UCSA Board Meeting Discussed UCSHIP, UCOP at Haas School

The University of California Student Association (UCSA) discussed various issues concerning UC students Saturday and Sunday in a board meeting at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business.
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Activist Malala Yousafzai Makes an Impact on Santa Barbara Audience

UCSB Arts & Lectures hosted 2014 Nobel Peace laureate, women’s education activist and international bestselling author Malala Yousafzai at a sold-out event on June 27 at the Arlington Theatre, with ...
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Klawunn to Become Vice Chancellor

Former Brown University Administrator to take over Michael Young’s job as Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs
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Arlington to Host Nobel Laureate Malala

UCSB Arts & Lectures will host 2014 Nobel Peace Laureate, women’s education activist and international bestselling author Malala Yousafzai to speak at a sold-out event at the Arlington Theater June ...
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Students Demand Bookstore Discontinue Jansport Products

The UCSB chapter of United Students Against Sweatshops, Chancellor Henry T. Yang, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services Marc Fisher and UCSB Bookstore director Mark Beisecker agreed in a meeting ...
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Gauchos Protest in Response to Refugio Oil Spill

A group of UC Santa Barbara community members representing various campus and state organizations will hold a rally outside Campbell Hall today at 12:30 p.m. to protest UC’s investments in the fossi...
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Somalian Activist Talks Islamic Extremism

Human rights activist, author, scholar and politician Ayaan Hirsi Ali spoke on May 23 at the Granada Theatre on Islamic extremism and human rights abuses concentrated in the Middle East and West Afric...
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