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Leg Council Finalizes 2005-06 Budget

The Associated Students Legislative Council approved the 2005-06 overall student government's budget at its meeting Wednesday night, with little opposition from council members or the public.
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Leggies Stand Behind Striking Service Workers

In support of University of California service workers, the Associated Students Legislative Council unanimously voted Wednesday night to support today's strike.
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Leggies Vote in Favor of Fight Night

Using its power to override other boards' decisions, Associated Students Legislative Council voted at Wednesday night's meeting to restore the original funding allocated to Pi Kappa Alpha's annual Fig...
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Union and UC Dispute May Result in Strike

The union of service workers employed by the University of California announced Monday that they will strike April 14 if their wage-increase demands are not met.
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A.S. Deviates From RHA on Amendments

At its Wednesday night meeting, the Associated Students Legislative Council passed two position papers that focus on Residence Hall Association (RHA) procedures.
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UC Imposes End to ’03-’04 Wage Debate

After months of negotiations over 2003-04 wages, benefits and parking rates for clerical employees, the University of California decided to implement a final contract proposal, despite its rejection b...
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Leggies Vote on Recruiters, Lock-in Fees

At their Wednesday night meeting, Associated Students Legislative Council voted to support an Academic Senate proposal -- signed by 17 UCSB professors -- that seeks to ban military recruiters from the...
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UC Accuses Union of Disclosing Info

The University of California is accusing the Coalition of University Employees (CUE) of leaking parts of a fact-finding report to Northern Californian newspapers before the end of a confidentiality pe...
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A.S. Pledges to Help Halfway House

Associated Students Legislative Council approved a resolution in support of attempts to prevent the closure of the halfway house in Isla Vista, which is scheduled to be shut down Feb. 28 due to lack o...
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Students Lobby Against Mounting Fees

About 250 University of California students assembled at UC Davis this past weekend and in Sacramento to voice their concern over the rising cost of higher education.
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Changed Policy Allows Protests Abroad

University of California students studying abroad can now participate in protests and demonstrations in foreign counties without fear of academic reprimand.
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Gov. Suggests UC Funding Increase in Budget Proposal

In his proposed budget issued Monday, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced increased funding for student enrollment growth at the University of California, increases in UC faculty and staff wages, and...
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Groups Gather to Plan Fundraisers for Wave Victims

Nearly 40 student representatives from various campus organizations met Sunday morning in the MultiCultural Center to plan relief fundraisers for victims of the recent tsunami in South and Southeast A...
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UC Regents Raise Tuition, Lower Aid

At their two-day meeting at UCLA on Wednesday and Thursday, UC Regents voted to approve a fee increase for all UC students, to enter a bid on managing federal labs and to reduce financial aid.
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Dish Failure Hurts KCSB Pledge Drive

In the middle of its week and a half-long annual pledge drive, the transmission of on-campus radio station KCSB was suddenly cut, requiring station members to lift a replacement radio dish up the side...
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