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Hawaiian Activists Speak At UCSB Town Hall, Urge UC Not to Move Forward With Telescope Construction

The panel, hosted in collaboration between the the EVPSA office and the American Indian Student Association, consisted of three speakers who spoke and sang to a packed Flying A Room.
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UC’s Largest Union Strikes For the Third Time This Year

The workers spent much of the day marching around campus in order to draw attention to the union’s demands. 
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“Our struggles as students are intertwined with the struggles of workers”: A.S. Senate Endorses Upcoming AFSCME Strike

The Senate’s resolution also asks Chancellor Henry T. Yang to write a letter to several UC institutions to express support for AFSCME 3299 contract demands.
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Academic Researchers United, UC Announce Tentative Contract

The negotiation was not seamless; just last month, ARU created a petition demanding an end to bargaining delays. 
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Looking To Sell Your ID Card? Expect A Warning From the University

The UCSB Office of Student Conduct told alleged ID buyers and sellers that they would not be punished this time, but future infractions could necessitate attending a disciplinary hearing. 
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How California’s New Rent Control Bill Could Affect Isla Vista

But while many renter groups across the state have hailed the bill as a welcome reprieve from landlords, detractors claim the bill will worsen the housing crisis. 
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Center Dedicated to Helping Victims of Sexual Violence Opens in Isla Vista

STESA will pay exactly one dollar in rent a year to the I.V. CSD, which is allowing them to use space in a building owned by Santa Barbara County.
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50 Years In the Making: Isla Vista Community Center Celebrates Soft Opening

Efforts to open the center began in the 1970s, when the building that now houses the Isla Vista Clinic was sold, prompting activists to seek a new space.
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Ten Takeaways From UC Payroll Data

The unabridged list of employee payroll information can be found on the UCOP website.
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CALPIRG Discusses Latest Projects, Plans for Upcoming Year

The plastics petition is one of the four current projects the UCSB chapter of CALPIRG will be working on over the next year
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