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Million Student March Movement To Demand Tuition-Free Public College, No Student Debt, $15 Minimum Wage

Accessible, Attainable, Affordable Coalition UCSB (AAAC) will host #MillionStudentMarch Thursday beginning at Storke Tower to demand tuition-free public colleges, the cancellation of all student debt ...
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UC Wage Increase Excludes Student Workers, Part-Time Employees

UC student workers and part-time employees are criticizing UC President Janet Napolitano’s recently announced plan to increase minimum wage for UC employees, claiming the plan is not inclusive of em...
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Sexual Assault Bill Allowing Punishment for Off-Campus Offenses Passes Unanimously

Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s Senate Bill 186 (SB 186) passed the senate floor with a unanimous 63-0 bipartisan vote on Monday.
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Gauchos Paddle Out As One

UCSB Surf Team hosts second annual Memorial Paddle Out to honor victims of May 23, 2014
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County To Revamp, Lease Clinic Offices

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors approved a renovation budget of approximately $335,000 for the Isla Vista Clinic building on Tuesday to refurbish and lease currently vacant office spaces...
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Students Contribute to Relief Effort for Nepal

Various UCSB students and campus organization members have collaborated to raise monetary donations through on-campus fundraisers this past week to provide relief support for the victims of the recent...
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UCSB Tackles California Drought

Isla Vista and university stakeholders are exploring new methods to cope with current drought conditions given California Governor Jerry Brown’s state-mandated water restrictions issued earlier this...
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Students Take Back the Night at Anisq’oyo’ Park

Associated Students Take Back the Night, an organization that advocates combatting sexual assault on campus, will hold a rally and march down Del Playa Drive tonight at Anisq’oyo Park to combat rape...
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CA Assembly Bill Seeks to Increase College Sexual Assault Penalties

A bill requiring universities to include a notation on the transcripts of students found guilty of sexual assault was passed by the California State Assembly Committee on Higher Education last Wednesd...
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Political Activist To Lecture On Experience in Egyptian Revolution

Egyptian political activist Abdallah Helmy Shehata will give a guest lecture on his involvement in the 2011 Egyptian Revolution and the organization of social protests that led up to it in 3824 Elliso...
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Students Protest ‘Keep Isla Vista Safe’ Campaign

The UCSB Task Force Against Police Brutality and Black Student Union (BSU) held a silent demonstration at the Arbor on Wednesday to protest the Santa Barbara County Sheriff Department’s “Keep Isla...
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History Professor Lectures On Underground Railroad, Misconceptions

Pulitzer prize-winning author and Columbia University history professor Eric Foner gave a lecture at Campbell Hall on Tuesday evening on his recently released book Gateway to Freedom: The Hidden H...
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New Note-Taking Tool in the Works

The Associated Students’ Office of the Controller is currently conducting research on how to improve student information gathering in the classroom through a new collaborative note-taking program.
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I.V. First Friday Planners Attempt to Work Around Noise Ordinance

The planners of the next Isla Vista First Friday event, scheduled for April 3, are exploring different ways to host the monthly program to get around a recently approved county noise ordinance in effe...
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Dept. of Sociology To Celebrate 50 Years of Grad Program

The Department of Sociology will host a research conference this Friday and Saturday to celebrate the graduate program’s 50th anniversary.
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