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50 Years, 12 Students and the Takeover That Changed Everything

At the time, North Hall held the mainframe computer for the entire UC system and was considered “the most critical point” of the campus, Rahman said.
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A.S. Passes Three Resolutions in Support of AFSCME Strike, One Which Suspends A.S. Operations in Solidarity

The three resolutions were authored by several A.S. senators.
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A.S. Senate Tables Judicial Council Appointment for the Third Week in a Row

Kopel’s plan moving forward is to have the Committee on Committees to review all the Judicial Council applications and present it recommendations to her.
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Special Election Deadline Extended by One Week Following Low Voter Turnout

The deadline to vote is tomorrow, Oct. 18.
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AFSCME Votes to Strike, USLAC UCSB Plans in Solidarity

UC workers went on a three-day strike last May regarding the same issue, drawing the support of several hundred students at UCSB as well as some faculty members.
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A.S. Postpones Council Vote for Second Week In a Row

The original vote and the reconsiderations of the vote continued to be split across party lines, with Proxy Luvia Solis abstaining from the vote.
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Galoustian Will Face Charges on Behalf of Two Victims During January Trial

Galoustian, 45, allegedly assaulted two separate victims on different dates.
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Bird’s Wings Clipped: Electric Scooter Ban In Place on Campus

A citation for riding a Bird on campus could cost $250.
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Judicial Council Slots Remain Unfilled as Senate Postpones Chair Vote

The Judicial Council is made up of one chairman, four members and one advisor.
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I Don’t Want to Be Happy, I Just Want to Be Okay

Sanya Kamidi assesses the downside of pursuing aggressively high standards for happiness.
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New RCSGD Director Hopes to Help Rebuild Center

Leets comes to UCSB from Portland State University where he worked as the director of the Queer Resource Center.
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UCSB Researcher Arrested For Lewd Acts on Child Under 14

Zhou did not respond to request for comment.
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MultiCultural Center Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Beyond its existence as an event space, the MCC is focused on giving voice to students.
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Beyond the Ranking: UCSB Outside Academics

There is more to a university than its numbers; the way that students are supported and included contributes to their academic and professional success.
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Four Arrested After Paintball Gun Injures Pedestrian

The men are currently in custody at the Santa Barbara County Jail on $30,000 bails.
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