More Than 5,000 Students Move Out Of Dorms; Remaining Residents To Move To Santa Catalina

Currently, the plan is to begin moving students into Santa Catalina beginning April 10.
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“I didn’t have any time to say goodbye to anybody”: UCSB Students Lament A Senior Year Cut Short

For the UCSB class of 2020, and for classes of 2020 worldwide, the loss of an in-person spring quarter and the presence of the coronavirus pandemic has thrown their lives into uncertainty.
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UCSB Campus Operations: What’s Open, What’s Closed

The Nexus has compiled a map of what will be open on campus during Spring Quarter. This map will be updated as we receive more information about campus operations. 
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Four New Coronavirus Cases Diagnosed Within Santa Barbara County

The department is conducting an investigation as to how the three individuals contracted the virus, it said in the press release.
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Following Governor Newsom’s “Stay At Home” Order, University Aims To Curb Number of Employees on Campus

Individuals who cannot work from home and who are not “essential service providers” are eligible for paid leave.
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? UCSB Students Grapple With I.V. Leases After University Recommends Moving Home

Isla Vista Tenants Union lawyer Robin Unander is working with the university to send a memo to UCSB students about their housing options.
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128 Coronavirus Tests Administered in Santa Barbara County; Public Officials Discuss Testing Protocols

The county has created a priority tier system for those who need to be currently tested.
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Students Traveling Over Spring Break Advised Not To Come Back to Campus, University Says

The university is also discouraging all international travel and is urging “extreme caution” for traveling domestically.
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Police Arrest Lompoc Resident For Discharging Firearm in Isla Vista on Friday Night

The resident, 20-year-old Christopher Maxwell, is currently being held at the Santa Barbara County Jail on a $250,000 bail.
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“I think people are just fed up”: COLA Organizers Call For Thursday UC-Wide Work Stoppage As Movement Reaches All 10 UC Campuses

With the launch of a COLA group at UCSF, all 10 UC campuses now have rumblings of COLA organizing on their respective campuses. 
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Breaking: UCSC Dismisses 54 Graduate Students on COLA Strike for Failure to Turn In Fall Quarter 2019 Grades

Several graduate students who received dismissal letters posted screenshots of them on social media.
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Across UC System, Graduate Students Unite for COLA Movement

At the root of the UC COLA movements is the concept of rent burden; students’ rent burdens vary, but across the UC, organizers have been using it to calculate COLAs specific to their universities. 
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Unknown Suspect or Suspects Cause “Significant Damage” to Women’s Restroom in Buchanan Hall

None of the students saw anyone leaving the area, according to the police report.
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AFSCME Patient Care Workers Reach Tentative Contract With UC After Three Years of Negotiations

AFSCME reached a tentative contract agreement with the university for its 16,000 patient care workers less than a week after it reached an agreement for a contract for its service workers.
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No Reported Cases of Coronavirus on Campus, Student Health Says

The email comes after several UCSB students posted on the UCSB subreddit, r/UCSantaBarbara, late Sunday night with rumors about the virus.
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