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UC Gains $4 Million in Funding for Summer Financial Aid

Students who qualify can use the additional aid beginning this Summer Session A. 
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Campus Point 2.0: New Coffee Shop to Replace Coffee Collab

Nelson’s vision for Campus Point Coffee is simple: He wants Isla Vistans to use the space as a place to come together.
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Two MCC Bathrooms To be Converted To All-Gender

Gary Lawrence, director of the University Center, said he hopes to have the signs installed by July 15. 
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iV Menus Owner Trial Postponed To December

December will mark two years since Galoustian was first arrested in I.V. on three felony charges of rape. 
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2019-2020 A.S. Executives: A Look Ahead

The Nexus sat down with the five executives and asked them to speak about their plans for the upcoming year.
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Promise Scholars Program Sees First Graduating Class

The program, the first of its kind in the nation, strives to give low-income students resources and guidance to help them graduate in four years with minimal debt.
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Student Regents: How Representative Are They of the UC?

An overwhelming proportion of the student regents have come from UC Berkeley, UCLA and UC Davis.
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Spotlight Shines on Different Stages: Campus Groups Host Alternative Graduations

The majority of the alternative graduation ceremonies will be held in the next two weeks.
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Pay-What-You-Can Photography Event Inspires Other Students To Give Back

It was the desire to strike a good balance between paying artists for their art and making grad photos as accessible as possible that led Kiyomi Morrison to create the event.
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Veterans Resource Center Inches Toward “One-Stop Shop” Model

The center will be relocating to a new space in Fall Quarter, doubling the current square footage available for student veterans.
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Five Years Later, I.V. Honors Victims of 2014 Shooting With Recreation of Original Vigil

As the group made its way through I.V., people stepped out of homes and restaurants to silently watch.
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How We Remember: Five Years of Refusing To Forget

While I.V. might be losing some of its physical reminders of the tragedy, the community has created its own ways to remember and honor the victims.
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“Gray Area” Of Eligibility Portion of A.S. Legal Code to Remain Unaddressed

Faults in the eligibility portion of Legal Code were highlighted twice during this Senate’s term.
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Two Local Businessmen Propose Loop Renovations, Face Community Resistance at CSD

Jonathan Wygant and Terry Huggins are interested in redeveloping the area to increase the amount of affordable housing in I.V. as well as to create more startup/incubator spaces.
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CSD To Change Election Years, Citing Money Saved and Aiming for Higher Voter Turnout

Three positions on the board of directors will now be up for grabs in the 2020 general election, as opposed to fall 2019.
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