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A.S. Finance Considers Student Funding Requests

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met Monday afternoon in the State Street Room of the University Center to hear funding requests from six student organizations, but funded only o...
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A.S. Forum Brings Candidates to The Hub for Questions

Candidates running for positions in Associated Students participated in a forum yesterday in the Hub, answering questions from students and explaining their platforms.
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Regents Discuss Mental Health, Faculty Focus, Transfers, More

The UC Board of Regents continued their meeting of March 18 and 19 and opened with the Committee on Long Range Planning for the University of California mental health funding, during an afternoon sess...
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UC Regents Discuss Various Initiatives, Enrollment Freeze

The UC Board of Regents meeting continued the morning of March 18 with open sessions in the Committee of the Whole and the Committee on Finance, while the Committee on Grounds and Buildings and Commit...
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Regents Discuss Audits, IT Security, Medical Centers

The UC Board of Regents met during finals week amidst ongoing negotiations between California Governor Jerry Brown and UC President Janet Napolitano over state funding for the University of California...
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Bill To Decriminalize Homelessness Introduced to State Senate

State Senator Carol Liu introduced the Right to Rest Act (SB 608) to the California State Senate on Friday to decriminalize the homeless by giving them access to public spaces without discrimination.
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Sheriff Releases Report Detailing Events, Investigation of 2014 I.V. Mass Murder

On Thursday, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s office released its final investigative summary report on the Isla Vista mass murder that left six UCSB students dead and another 14 injured on May 23...
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Art Professor Shares Images of Jailed Youth as First Event of UCSB Reads 2015

Art professor and photographer Richard Ross spoke about his newly published book Girls in Justice as well as his work documenting incarcerated youth in detention facilities across the country Tuesday ...
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UC Student Regent-Designate Meets With Students

UC Student Regent for the 2014-15 school year Sadia Saifuddin and UC Student Regent-designate for the 2015-16 school year Abraham “Avi” Oved met with students on campus at the Student Resource Bui...
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UCSB Named Greenest Public University in U.S.

UCSB recently placed third on Online Schools Center’s list of the “Top 50 Green Schools,” coming in behind American University and Dickinson College and making it the top-ranked public universit...
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I.V.: A History — Part III

The self-governance conversation came up again for Isla Vista when Goleta sought cityhood in 2001. However, the resulting proposal to include I.V. and the university in the incorporation plan was vote...
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Das Williams Introduces I.V. Self-Governance Bill

Assembly Bill 3, a bill aimed to create the Isla Vista Community Services District (CSD) in order provide infrastructure and services to the residents of I.V., was introduced to the California State A...
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New Meningitis B Vaccine To Be Available at UCSB Soon

A new vaccine to protect against meningococcal serogroup B, Trumenba, became available yesterday for order through healthcare providers in the United States. A pre-order of Trumenba has already been p...
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Newsom, Williams and Capps Visit Campus

Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom addressed a crowd of students and community members yesterday at Storke Lawn as part of a rally hosted by Campus Democrats to encourage voting in next Tuesday’s upco...
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UCSB Alum Helps Restore Ranch House

On Monday, the university announced that alumna Linda Duttenhaver donated $2 million towards the restoration of a 1950s ranch house on Sedgwick Reserve which accommodates affiliated researchers from h...
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