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New Report Ranks UCSB 24th Best Global University

UC Santa Barbara was listed 24th best university in the world by U.S. News & World Report in their “Best Global University” rankings, released Tuesday.
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Das Williams Introduces Bill To Establish Uniform AP Credit Transfer Among Community Colleges

Assemblymember Das Williams recently introduced Assembly Bill 1985, which would establish a uniform policy for Advance Placement (AP) credit transfer from high schools to all California Community Coll...
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EVPSA ‘Principles’ Draft Calls for Student Input

The Office of the A.S. External Vice President of Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) is now asking for feedback from UCSB students on the content of UC Board of Regents’ first “Principles Against Intoleran...
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Support Undocumented Community Members, Amends Legal Code Bill

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday to discuss a bill amending the legal code of an Office of Student Advocacy bill and a resolution asking for “immediate” action in support of tho...
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A.S. Welcomes New Senators, Allegedly Violating Legal Code

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate appointed two new on-campus senators, first-year students Reilly Hobson and Batsheva Labowe-Stoll, Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen. Several se...
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Regents To Vote on Student Advisor Proposal

UC Board of Regents is set to vote this month on Student Regent Avi Oved’s proposal to establish a Student Regent Advisor position.
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Associated Students Issued Compliance Check from IRS

UCSB Associated Students has attained an “in compliance” status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) after filing IRS Form 990 for three consecutive years, having failed to do so for 12 years p...
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Latinx Town Hall To Offer Safe Space For Discussion

Students will host a “Latinx Town Hall” Monday at 7 p.m. in the Graduate Student Association lounge at the MultiCultural Center to create a safe space for the Latino/a community.
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A.S. Senate Concludes Reforms on Elections Code, Reports End of Quarter Progress

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen to finalize reforms to the Elections Code and wrap up the first quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Members...
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St. George Proposes SBCC Dorm Plan

Independent housing developer Ed St. George of St. George Associates introduced a proposal earlier this year to convert Beach City apartments on Cliff Drive into dorms for Santa Barbara City College (...
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New Budget May Raise UC Enrollment by 10,000

The UC Board of Regents will vote on a budget approval to increase student enrollment by 10,000 California undergraduates over a three-year period at the upcoming Regents meeting on Nov.19. UC Preside...
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New S.A.G.E. Fee Proposal Discussed by A.S. Senate

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen to discuss the University of California Student Association’s (UCSA) Student Advocacy, Governance & Eng...
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Berkeley Draws Big Halloween Crowd

UCSB has a quiet Halloween this year, while UC Berkeley gets rowdy Upwards of 5,000 people packed the streets of Berkeley this Halloween — a stark contrast to the relatively quiet weekend in Isla Vi...
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A.S. Tables Bill Creating Party Oversight

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate voted 13 to 8 on Wednesday to table a bill that would require student political parties to register as Office of Student Life (OSL) groups and abide by judicial proce...
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Students Discuss Bills Vetoed by A.S. President

Two bills concerning student councils and S.T.A.R.K. funds fail to pass at the A.S. meeting The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen to discuss A.S. ...
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