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Second Version of “Abortion Pill” Bill Passes Through California State Senate

SB 24 is the second version of the "abortion pill" bill to go through California legislature.
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I.V. CSD Calls on UCPD to Hold Community Meeting Following Recent Allegations

I.V. CSD directors voted unanimously to send a letter to the UCPD.
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Term in Review: A.S. President Brooke Kopel

Brooke Kopel's advocacy for all students, combined with her work on other projects on campus, saw her fulfill lofty goals.
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Stalking, Extortion Scams Targeting International Students, UCPD Reports

The first report was received by the department on April 30.
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UCPD Officers Sue UCPD Members for Alleged Mistreatment After Reporting Sergeant

Two UCSB police officers filed a suit against several members of the UC Police Department and the UC Regents in March 2019.
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Students in 2003 Voted for “Free” Night and Weekend Parking. Sixteen Years Later, Where Is It?

With these permits, students can park in selected spots on campus Monday through Friday between 5 p.m. and 7:30 a.m., and all day Saturday and Sunday.
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Campus United Reclaims Executive Branch Stronghold, Maintains Senate Majority

This is the first year since 2015 that voter turnout has dropped.
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Recap: On-Campus Senator Forums

Because there are five on-campus senatorial seats available, but only four candidates running, all of them will secure a spot.
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Recap: External Vice President for Statewide Affairs Forum

The two EVPSA candidates are third-year Alexandra Leal Silva and second-year Daevionne Beasley.
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AFSCME Calls for Boycott of Commencement Speakers

The union and the university have been negotiating over contracts for over two years.
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Isla Vista Party Will Not Run Internal Vice President Candidate

Yash Nagpal, the party’s initial candidate, had dropped from the slate sometime during Week 1 of Spring Quarter 2019.
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Recap: Off-Campus Senators Candidate Forum

Due to the large quantity of off-campus senatorial candidates, the forums were split into three different times on Monday.
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Small Cliff Collapse Causes Damage On 67 Block of Del Playa

The bluff in the area still remains intact and the building remains an acceptable distance from the edge.
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A.S. Senate Votes Against Divestment Through Secret Ballot

The early morning vote came down to 10 yeses, 14 noes and 0 abstentions.
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A.S. Senate To Discuss Divestment Resolution Tonight

UCSB is the only UC student government that has not passed a resolution to divest.
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