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A.S. President Kopel’s Long-Term Project Moves From Concept to Reality

One of the A.S. President’s long-term projects has come to reality with the introduction of the continuing projects coordinator position at Wednesday night’s Senate meeting.
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EVPSA Position Will Remain Vacant Until Spring, Elections Board Says

There was only one candidate running in the election.
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A.S. Senate Makes Several Changes to A.S. Election Rules

A.S. passed a resolution that made several changes to the student government bylaws on Wednesday night.
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Judicial Council Petitions Resolved After Nine Months

Nawar Nemeh was the petitioner in both of the cases; in Nemeh and Morales v. A.S. Elections Board, Mayela Morales was the co-petitioner.
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Tree Falls on IVFP During Heavy Rain

It will be a few hours before the tree is removed, Hoover said.
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UAW Meets With Administration in Impromptu Meeting, Demands UCSB Solve Back Pay Issues By Feb. 1

Members from one of UCSB's student-worker unions met with Chancellor Yang on Tuesday to demand a resolution to UCPath’s ongoing issues.
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Zierer Drops Out of EVPSA Election, Ng Now Running Unopposed

At least eight percent of the student body must vote for the election to be valid.
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Two Candidates Declare in Third Attempt To Elect EVPSA

Two new candidates have declared candidacy for the EVPSA special election, neither of which is the previous candidate of two quarters, Madeline Loudon.
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Newsom Allocates $400 Million to UC System, Aiming To Increase Student Success

Newly-elected Governor Gavin Newsom released his budget plan for California on Thursday, with approximately a $400 million augmentation for the University of California system.
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Two Suspected Gang Members Arrested In I.V. Following Police Chase

Three males and a female fled on foot after stopping and exiting the vehicle on Fortuna Road.
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Community Takes Small Steps Toward Electric Scooter Regulation

December saw a decrease in electric scooter related crashes, fewer impounds and lower numbers of citations.
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Five Water Rescues Launched in I.V. Early Wednesday Morning

Zamboni said the surf is “extremely high” in SB county today, particularly in the I.V. area.
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CCS Burglarized Over Winter Break, $10,000 Worth Stolen

Clark clarified that there was no breach of personal information for students, alumni, faculty or staff.
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Senate Votes To Hold EVPSA Winter Quarter Special Election

The vote, conducted over email, passed with 9 yeses, 3 nos and 1 abstention.
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I.V. Resident Arrested For Reportedly Brandishing Gun, Threatening To Shoot at Dublin’s

Rios was booked on a $50,000 bail.
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