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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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Cave Fire Grows to 4,100 Acres, UCSB Emphasizes No Threat To Campus

Classes for the remainder of the week were cancelled at 10:44 a.m. on Tuesday in an email sent by Chancellor Yang, but the fire “poses no threat to our campus,” with no evacuations planned.
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UCSB Student Arrested for Isla Vista Assault Previously Arrested for Beating of Rival Frat Member at Mississippi

Steil did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
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UCSB Student Allegedly Assaults Multiple Individuals in Isla Vista While Shouting Homophobic Slur

Because news of the Rockfire altercation spread quickly through social media, many students and community members had learned about the situation through unofficial channels.
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UC Regents Move Forward With New Policy to “Generally” Prohibit Outsourcing

The new policy is expected to incur roughly an additional $108 million in costs for the UC.
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UCSB Student Arrested Following On-Campus Stalking, Victim Discusses Navigating Reporting Process

A third-year UCSB student was arrested Sunday afternoon on a felony charge of stalking and two misdemeanor charges of vandalism and “annoying phone calls.”
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AFSCME Files Six New Unfair Labor Practice Complaints Against UC, Plans To Strike Nov. 13

The UC's largest workers union filed six new unfair labor practice complaints against the university system on Nov. 1 and plans to strike on Nov. 13.
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“Haunt the Loop” Ghosted by Children: Trick-or-Treat Event Yields Lower Turnout Than Expected

The weekend event drew six people — three of whom were children — down from fifty last year.
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Speculation and Scrutiny: Community Reacts to Timely Warning

The warning drew equal parts speculation and scrutiny when key information surrounding the two alleged incidents of date-rape drug use were left undisclosed in the email.
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Community Leaders and Students Discuss Basic Needs at On-Campus Town Hall Event

Students directed questions about basic needs — which encompass housing, food insecurity and money — to a panel of five members.
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Timely Warning Issued for North Campus Faculty Housing Burglaries

The burglaries took place sometime between the evening of Oct. 11 and the morning of Oct. 12.
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Gov. Newsom Signs New Senate Bill to End UC’s “Wage Theft” Exemption

The bill mandates that the UC pay its nearly 140,000 employees on their regularly scheduled payday.
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Memes and Self-Deprecation: A UCSB Professor’s Key to the Belly Laugh

Bob Kennedy — a linguistics lecturer at UCSB — first dipped his toes in the university’s meme scene years ago, when he began posting on a now-defunct Facebook group.  
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UC Student Governments Call for Divestment of Thirty Meter Telescope Project

The letter asks the UC to cease funding for TMT and for any faculty or staff working on the project to “speak out against the exploitation of Mauna Kea.” 
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A Look Inside UCSB’s Blockchain Community

Because most universities don’t offer accredited classes taught by professors, students often resort to teaching each other.
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