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Recap: University-Owned Off-Campus Senator Forum

Suad Abdullahi, a second-year political science major, is running unopposed with the Isla Vista Party.
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Second Instance of Anti-Semitism Reported Within the Same Week

The statement expressed a need for change through a demand for “Nazi symbols” to be considered a terrorist act.
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UCSB Librarians Strike New Contract with UC Following Several Months of Bargaining

UCSB librarians will begin working under a new contract, concluding nearly seven months spent bargaining with the UC.
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Union Employees Strike Amidst Contract Negotiations

Throughout the day, waves of union employees marched through campus with chants.
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Deputies Deploy Naloxone For Second Time in 24 Hours

Once stabilized, the victim was taken to a local hospital for further treatment.
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Barbershop Debut Sparks New Buzz In I.V.

Before making the decision to open a second shop in I.V., Ramirez took a grassroots style approach to best figure out the location of his second shop.
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A.S. Senate Tables Bill To Clarify Consequences for Elected Officials Who Do Not Meet Eligibility Requirements

The resolution will reappear at next Wednesday’s senate meeting.
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EVPLA Publishes Proposal for Lighting Expansion in Isla Vista

On Jan. 12, the Office of the EVPLA presented a report to I.V. detailing a comprehensive plan to improve street lighting in I.V.
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UCSB Students Bring Waves of Pleasure for Valentine’s Day

Fourth-year Noah Congdon and his group in his marketing class delivered adult Valentine's Day grams for the 2019 holiday.
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New Resolution Keeps Former A.S. Advisor King’s Legacy Alive

After nearly a decade at UCSB, King recently departed from his latest position at the university.
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SB Legislators Propose New Bills in Attempt To Turn the Tide on Offshore Drilling and Pipeline Safety

Congressman Carbajal and Senator Jackson have introduced new legislation that should help limit the detrimental effects of oil rigging on the environment.
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From Idea to Impact: Grassroots Campaign Class To Plant Itself on Campus

The course will focus primarily on developing skills to create momentum and develop tangible action in a community.
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Unfinished Business: I.V., State, and National Leaders Praise New California Gun Control Laws But Hope For More

UCSB’s past experience with gun violence oftentimes compels many local leaders and students to be more vocal about their opinions on the issue of gun control.
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Greeks Go Green Hosts Farmer’s Market, Promotes Environmentally Sustainable Practices

De Moraes said the organization was first created to address the lack of sustainable practices in Greek life at UCSB.
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Assembly Budget Subcommittee Discusses Current Needs and Future Changes

The subcommittee discussed a variety of UC issues, including funding, student loans and housing.
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