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UC Employees Protest Low Wages

The UC Teamsters Union demanded higher wages in protests on Tuesday.
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Position Vacancies the Focus of Wednesday’s Senate Meeting

A.S. Senate is aiming to create a more organized process for filling vacancies.
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A Quick Brown Fox Jumps Into Morocco

Despite many warnings from friends and family, staff writer Maura Fox made the trip to Morocco in the wake of immigration turmoil; she found it to be beautiful.
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Nexite Abroad Reports Spanish Compromise

In this third installment, Nexus writer Maura Fox shares her thoughts on the Spanish government while studying abroad in Madrid, Spain.
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A Nexite Abroad Shares Political Parallels in Spain

Former University News Editor Maura Fox tries to avoid a stereotypical letter home while abroad by providing some insight to the politics of her current home of Madrid, Spain, instead of just relaying...
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Umail Phishing Scam Compromises Student, Admin Security

UCSB cyber security officials talk safety after scammers sent suspicious emails to UCSB students and administration "phishing" for login info.
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UC Allocates $3.3 Million to Increase Student Access to Food

Juli Nguyen, who will begin her fourth year in the fall, has struggled with food insecurity since her first year at UC Santa Barbara.
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Jackson’s Bill to Recognize Marriage Equality Signed Into Law

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Tuesday a bill that will replace longstanding legal language in California with words that aim to properly recognize gender equality.
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UCSB Sees Large Voter Turnout Despite Finals

Voter turnout from UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista reached new heights this election year, with over 5,000 local residents casting votes in the June 7 California Primary.
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OSL Names Dhadkan UCSB Group of the Year

The Office of Student Life selected Dhadkan, a campus organization dedicated to bringing South Asian philanthropic events to campus, as the Group of the Year.
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UCSB Writing Program Creates Science Minor

Starting next fall, UC Santa Barbara will offer a writing minor for science communication, teaching students to share scientific information with a diverse audience.
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‘Blunite’ Commemorates Second Anniversary of May 23 Shooting

The residents of Isla Vista came together in Anisq‘Oyo’ Park on Monday evening, honoring the lives of those lost on May 23, 2014, through art, healing and solidarity.
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UCen Dining To Begin Using Cage-Free Eggs Menu

UCen Dining catering services will begin a transition to cruelty-free animal products next week by introducing cage-free eggs into their new menu.
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Bills Approved for Timely Bribery Investigation

After allegations arose that the Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) bribed students to vote, the UCSB Audit and Advisory Department has launched an investigation into the claims.
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UCSB Alum To Host New Animal Planet Show

UCSB alumnus Forrest Galante is set to host a new show on Animal Planet to travel the world looking for proof of living animals that have recently been declared extinct.
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