UCSB Students for Justice in Palestine Calls for Boycott of SB Hillel Trip To Israel and Palestine

The executive director of the Santa Barbara Hillel, Rabbi Evan Goodman, has organized and led the trip for the past five years.
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Task Force For Safer Social Events In I.V. Meets for Second Time To Hear Updates About New IFC Regulations, University Communications

The task force heard from the IFC President about recent “risk management practices” implemented at fraternity events and from OSL about the way the university communicates with students.
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Interfraternity Council Bans Hard Alcohol, Implements Sober Party Monitors In Sweeping Changes

The IFC implemented a series of new policies for all fraternity social events at the beginning of Winter Quarter 2020.
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Title IX Office Investigating Alleged Transphobic Behavior at Sigma Nu Party

OSL Director Miles Ashlock said his office had been notified about the post and had started to look into it, but were not aware of the poster’s identity. 
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UCSB Grad Students Hold Demonstration in Solidarity with UC Santa Cruz Over Cost-of-Living Adjustment

Organizers said that the “sick-out” was meant to draw attention to the COLA movement and gather support from graduate and undergraduate students who may not be aware of the movement.
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Inaugural Director of the Office of Black Student Development Hired Fulfilling BSU Demand

Hylton was selected after a national search by a committee comprised of members of the BSU demands team, as well as other campus leaders.
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Graduate Students to Call in Sick on Wednesday in Support of UCSC Strike for Cost of Living Adjustment

UCSB graduate students, on average, would need an additional $1133.57 for their rent to equal 30% of their income, according to an informal UCSB GSA survey.
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Intersectional Feminists Releases Demands to University, Local Fraternities

The demands were put together from over 1,000 survey responses from a Google form the organization first released during the demonstration.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution In Support of Removing High-Risk Eucalyptus Trees

On Wednesday night, the Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution supporting the university’s “phased removal of high-risk” eucalyptus trees on campus.
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Breaking: iVMenus Owner Patrick Galoustian Pleads Guilty to 8 Felony Charges Two Years After Initial Arrest

He was initially arrested on Dec. 18, 2017.
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Biological Sciences II Building Temporarily Evacuated Following Report of “Strong Burning Smell”

An all clear was given around 4:50 p.m. and students, staff and faculty were allowed to return to the building.
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BREAKING: Classes Cancelled For Rest of Week Due to Cave Fire, Campus To Remain Open

Classes will resume on Dec. 2, after Thanksgiving break. 
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Cave Fire Grows to 4,100 Acres, UCSB Emphasizes No Threat To Campus

Classes for the remainder of the week were cancelled at 10:44 a.m. on Tuesday in an email sent by Chancellor Yang, but the fire “poses no threat to our campus,” with no evacuations planned.
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University Takes Second Attempt at Controversial Faculty Housing Project

The proposal would demolish Ocean Road and cover the 16.7 acres of land up and down the street with up to 540 housing units.
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“I do feel very privileged to be able to leave”: UC Study Abroad Students To Leave Hong Kong

Each student’s academics would be dealt with by the universities they were attending in Hong Kong.
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