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Politicians Plan Amid Protests

While state lawmakers met to finalize their portion of next years’ University of California budget, thousands of students, faculty and other community members converged on the Capitol on Monday to r...
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Regents Move Meeting To Rally at Capitol

The UC Board of Regents announced last week that it plans to relocate this year’s May 16 and 17 meeting from its original location at UC San Francisco to Sacramento, where regents will join UC stude...
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UCPD Makes Arrests at UCR

UC students and faculty members from across the state gathered on the UC Riverside campus last Thursday to protest during UC Board of Regents meeting, ultimately resulting in the arrest of two protest...
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A.S. To Host Informal Meeting Regarding Student Elections

UCSB’s Associated Students will be accepting applications from students interested in running with a particular party in the upcoming Spring Quarter elections during an informational forum on Feb. 3...
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Governor Proposes New Plan to Fund Education

Following a $100 million trigger cut to the University of California system last month, Governor Jerry Brown announced a state budget plan last Thursday including a tax increase initiative aimed at pr...
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Vets, Protestors To Rally at Storke

The UCSB Student Veterans Organization is hosting its Veterans’ Day celebration at noon today in Storke Plaza while student demonstrators congregate there to protest UC tuition hikes and budget cuts...
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Williams Upholds Student Interests

State Assembly member Das Williams signed a pledge to vote against future cuts to the University of California’s state funding last week after students protested his vote in support of the $650 mill...
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UC Faculty Scrutinizes Salaries

Across the UC system, Nobel laureates have seen their pay take a back seat to the funding of athletic prestige. According to the UC payroll database, the highest paid UC employee in 2010 was UC Berkel...
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Students Urge Brown to Make Dream Act Reality

Students and UC workers’ union members from across the state gathered in Sacramento on Monday in support of AB 131 — the second half of the California DREAM Act — which would enable students wit...
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Get Involved!

If you’re looking to get involved on campus and expand your efforts into the local community, consider the following Associated Students organizations which work to affect change in the greater Sant...
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Regents Further Increases Fees

Following a $650 million cut in UC funding in California’s recently approved state budget, the UC Board of Regents approved an additional 9.6 percent increase in tuition — to be implemented Fall 2...
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UCSB Mourns Loss of Noted Professor

UCSB Black Studies associate professor and distinguished scholar Clyde Woods passed away July 6 at the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. He was 54 years old.
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Brown Denies Proposed Cuts to UC Budget

California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed the state legislature’s proposed 2011-2012 budget last Friday to prevent a revised $650 million cut to UC funding.
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A.S. Elections Investigation Denies Second Student Appeal

Associated Students Judicial Council denied a second appeal from a group of Open People’s Party representatives contesting A.S. Elections Committee’s allegations that members of the party furnishe...
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New Regents To Restore Order

UC Berkeley graduate student Jonathan Stein was nominated as the UC Student Regent for 2012-13 yesterday and will begin his term in July 2012 if approved by the board.
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