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Talk Aims to Challenge Borders of Public Education

Professor will speak tonight to discuss undocumented students’ engagement in activism in the public education system
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A.S. Food Bank Aims to Educate Students

The Associated Students Food Bank and UCSB Sustainability held a Food Justice Forum on Wednesday for students, staff and faculty to discuss food issues on campus.
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UCSA To Host Student Lobby In Sacramento

University of California Student Association (UCSA) will hold their annual Student Lobby Conference this weekend from Saturday, April 18 to Monday, April 20 at the Holiday Inn in Sacramento for studen...
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Drought Prompts Mandatory Water Restrictions

California Governor Jerry Brown issued mandatory water restrictions across the state for the first time in California history to combat the ongoing drought.
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UC Campuses Light the Way to Healing With Candlelight Vigils

Multiple UC campuses held candlelight vigils this past week to commemorate the six UCSB students who lost their lives in the Isla Vista massacre last Friday night.
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BSU Implores Chancellor Yang to Meet Demands Faster

The Black Students Union issued a statement this past Thursday calling for Chancellor Henry T. Yang to rename North Hall to Malcolm X Hall, mirroring a similar request made by a group of black student...
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Wealthy Environmentalist Tom Steyer Speaks on Climate Change

Billionaire investor and philanthropist Tom Steyer delivered a free lecture titled “Confronting Climate Change: A Political Reality Check” last night at Pollock Theater to discuss the urgency of r...
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Pardall Center Welcomes Students to Open House

Associated Students will be hosting an open house of the A.S. Pardall Center this Thursday to showcase its newly renovated details and services, which are open to all students.
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SCA 5 Fails To Move Forward In California Senate

A California State Senate initiative that would allow considering factors such as race, sex, color, ethnicity and national origin in California state universities’ admissions processes has failed to...
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County Officials To Meet Students at Selective Event

Students will have the chance to meet with all five County Supervisors and the County Executive Officer at an event called “Day at the County,” which is hosted by Associated Students and will run ...
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White House Task Force Aims to Fight Sexual Assault

President Barack Obama announced late last month that he is establishing a White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault, taking a more proactive approach to address dangers and incid...
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Biology Professor Gains $1M Grant

The W.M. Keck Foundation, a philanthropic organization which supports scientific research, has awarded UCSB Biology professor Denise Montell with a $1 million grant to further her research on anastasi...
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2014 UCSB Reads Beginning Today

Thousands of free copies of Timothy Egan’s The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire that Saved America, a historical account of the nation’s largest wildfire and its impact on Theodore Roosevelt...
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Open Mic Night Marks End of Human Rights Week

The Human Rights Board wrapped up their annual Human Rights Week event with a showcase of live performances entitled, “[under]Underrepresented,” last night at the MultiCultural Center Theater.
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UCSB B.A., Ph.D. Sociology Students To Participate in United Nations’ Conference of the Parties

Students from the B.A. and Ph.D. Sociology programs are traveling to Poland, alongside sociology professor John Foran and other UCSB alumni and affiliates, for the 19th annual United Nations’ Confer...
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