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Trial for iV Menus Owner Will Begin in Late July

Both parties said they anticipate the trial to take 15 court days, which includes jury selection.
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Four Orgs Express Interest in Empty UCen Space

UCPD was the first and only organization to express interest in the space as of December 2018.
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S.A.G. Martinez Found in Violation of Legal Code by A.G. Safadi

Martinez maintained that she did not believe she violated Legal Code.
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C.A.P.S.’ Only Black Female Psychologist Reflects On What Brought Her to UCSB

Merchant hopes to help Black students find peace and a sense of belonging and safety through counseling.
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Hella Black Podcast to Host Live Show at UCSB

The two Bay Area natives released the first episode of the “Hella Black Podcast” in 2015.
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Three Candidates Emerge for Vacant I.V. CSD Seat

The individual who will fill Jordan’s empty seat will hold the position until December 2020.
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UCSB Student Lays Foundation for First Ever Colourpop College Program

Colourpop Cosmetics launched the first ever iteration of the Colourpop Colleges program right here at UCSB.
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Four A.S. Executives Over Last 5 Years Were Not Enrolled in School, in Possible Violation of Legal Code

Martinez withdrew from Fall Quarter 2018, Hsu canceled her Spring Quarter 2018, Villarreal dropped below half-time during Winter Quarter 2016 and Singh canceled his Winter Quarter 2015.
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A.S. Senators Fail to To Adhere to Transparency Resolution Passed Weeks Ago

Several A.S. senators did not create their public Facebook pages by the end of week two deadline, Jan. 19.
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Former CU Co-Chair Files Judicial Council Petition About On-Campus Senator Salari Living Off Campus

Mukai could not be immediately reached for comment.
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Living History Project Revived by Dedicated Second-Years

Second-years Frances Woo and Christine Hoang have instilled new life in the 2000 project.
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UAW Meets With Administration in Impromptu Meeting, Demands UCSB Solve Back Pay Issues By Feb. 1

Members from one of UCSB's student-worker unions met with Chancellor Yang on Tuesday to demand a resolution to UCPath’s ongoing issues.
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Ray Alonso Appointed Judicial Council Chair, Plans To Focus on Accessibility and Empathy

Raymond Alonso was appointed Judicial Council Chair at the Associated Students Senate meeting on Wednesday evening.
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Senate Votes in Support of Paying A.S. UCSB Employees “Living Minimum Wage”

The resolution demands that the $15 minimum wage be applied to all UC workers, regardless of the number of hours that they work.
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Letters & Science Runner-Up Senator Sworn In During Wednesday Meeting

Gabriella Shofet was sworn in as the newest Letters & Science Senator on Wednesday evening.
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