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Career Fair To Bring SB Startups to UCSB

The Entrepreneurs Association (EA) is hosting the first ever Startup Symposium Career Fair on May 4 from 1-4 p.m. in Corwin Pavilion.
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GSA Resolution Aims To Include Graduate Students in Faculty Hiring Committees

UCSB’s Graduate Student Association is proposing that graduate students be included in faculty hiring committees and has drafted a resolution to be included in the hiring process.
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Goleta City Council to Restrict Parking During Deltopia Weekend

Goleta City Council passed a resolution on Tuesday to implement a temporary on-street, residents-only parking restriction in Isla Vista for Deltopia weekend.
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UCSA Leaders Host Forum to Discuss S.A.G.E. Proposal

UC Student Association (UCSA) President and UC Berkeley student Kevin Sabo held a forum to discuss the Student Advocacy, Governance, and Engagement (S.A.G.E.) proposal in the Santa Barbara Mission Roo...
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Faculty Panel Discusses Cultural Appropriation

The MultiCultural Center hosted a faculty-led panel discussion Tuesday evening to discuss cultural appropriation in today’s society.
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Curtis Marez Lectures on Farm Worker Resistance Movements

Curtis Marez, associate professor and chair of Ethnic Studies at UC San Diego, presented an interactive lecture about farm worker resistance movements on Tuesday in the Multicultural Center (MCC), bas...
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DanceSafe Founder Educates Students on MDMA

DanceSafe founder Emanuel Sferios gave a presentation on MDMA effects and safety on Wednesday in an event hosted by Students for Sensible Drug Policies UCSB Chapter (SSDP), Life of the Party (LOTP) an...
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Students Discuss Environmental Racism, Environmental Justice, Flint Water Crisis

Approximately 50 students discussed the meaning and future implications of environmental racism and environmental justice at an event titled “What is Environmental Racism?” Monday in the MultiCult...
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‘Jewish Journeys’ Brings Michael Douglas to Speak on Anti-Semitism, More

Michael Douglas, acclaimed actor and UCSB alumnus, and Natan Sharansky, author, activist and chair of The Jewish Agency, discussed their relationships with Judaism, anti-Semitism, activism and religio...
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UCSB Examines Revised Sexual Violence Policy

Students, staff and administrators met in the UCen’s Santa Barbara Harbor Room on Wednesday to discuss recent changes to how UCSB will respond to reports of sexual violence.
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CALPIRG Hosts Panel To Discuss Citizens United

California Public Interest Research Group (CALPIRG) hosted a panel Thursday evening to discuss the consequences of the Supreme Court’s decision on Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission in ...
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Startup Weekend Attendees Connect, Compete

Eager entrepreneurs networked, pitched ideas and presented prototypes to a panel of experts at UCSB’s Startup Weekend Friday through Sunday at Corwin Pavilion.
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Stakeholders Discuss Usage of Community Facilities

The Isla Vista Self Governance Initiative held a public meeting Tuesday to discuss the management of community facilities in I.V.’s potential Community Services District (CSD).
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Tavis Smiley Discusses Social Constructs, Wealth Gap at MCC

The MultiCultural Center (MCC) hosted Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) talk show host Tavis Smiley on Tuesday as part of its Diversity Series to discuss socially constructed minorities and the relat...
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Local Residents and Students Meet To Discuss a Parking Permit Program in I.V.

Long-term residents Maia, Jay Freeman and Bob Sumner hosted a meeting to discuss the possibility of a future parking permit program in Isla Vista at the I.V. Clinic Sunday evening. Attendees discussed...
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