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Artist to Speak on Activism, Expression

Visual artist Julio Salgado will give a talk titled “Queer, Undocumented & Unafraid” in the Theater and Dance building on Saturday to discuss his work as an activist, which will be followed by an ...
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Guest Professor Lectured on Vaccination and Public Policy

Northwestern University economics professor Charles Manski gave a lecture titled “Mandating Vaccination with Unknown Indirect Effects” to outline different methods of making public policy decision...
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Capps Introduces Bill Against Offshore Fracking

Santa Barbara Congresswoman Lois Capps introduced the Offshore Fracking Transparency and Review Act of 2015 to the U.S. House of Representatives last Friday to temporarily halt offshore hydraulic frac...
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A.S. Forum Brings Candidates to The Hub for Questions

Candidates running for positions in Associated Students participated in a forum yesterday in the Hub, answering questions from students and explaining their platforms.
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Regents Discuss Mental Health, Faculty Focus, Transfers, More

The UC Board of Regents continued their meeting of March 18 and 19 and opened with the Committee on Long Range Planning for the University of California mental health funding, during an afternoon sess...
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UC Regents Discuss Various Initiatives, Enrollment Freeze

The UC Board of Regents meeting continued the morning of March 18 with open sessions in the Committee of the Whole and the Committee on Finance, while the Committee on Grounds and Buildings and Commit...
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Regents Discuss Audits, IT Security, Medical Centers

The UC Board of Regents met during finals week amidst ongoing negotiations between California Governor Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano over state funding for the University of California...
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Financial Aid Office Backs Off of Controversial Plan

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is no longer examining the possibility of reducing financial aid award letters to students who waive Gaucho Health Insurance (GHI).
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A.S. Hears from Candidates Planning on Running

Associated Students held a Declaration of Candidacy Meeting Thursday afternoon for students running for A.S. office in the Graduate Students Association Lounge.
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Families Sue For Wrongful Death

The families of former UCSB students David Wang, James Hong and George Chen jointly filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Santa Barbara County, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department and Cap...
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A.S. Forum Examines Proposed Changes to Financial Aid, Health Insurance

Associated Students hosted a student forum yesterday at the Pardall Center to discuss the Financial Aid Office’s recent proposal to reduce financial aid grants for students who waive out of Gaucho H...
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I.V. Stakeholders Meeting Continues Parking Discussion

Representatives from California state assemblyman Das Williams’ office held his weekly Isla Vista stakeholders meeting yesterday evening at the I.V. Clinic building to discuss public issues in I.V. ...
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Delegates Funds to Student Groups

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met in the State Street room in UCen last night to delegate funds to various student organizations at their first weekly meeting of winter quarte...
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Geographer Receives Plous Award

Assistant professor of geography Krzysztof Janowicz was recently awarded the 2014-2015 Harold J. Plous Award by the College of Letters and Sciences for his outstanding performance as a junior faculty ...
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Group Presents Second Annual Green Transportation Festival

The Coalition for Sustainable Transportation (C.O.A.S.T.) will present their second annual Santa Barbara Open Streets this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Cabrillo Boulevard from the Andree Clark B...
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