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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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A.S. Senate Creates Committee to Address Mold in I.V. Residences

A.S. Senate voted Wednesday evening to create a committee to address mold in I.V. residences.
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Senate Votes To Hold EVPSA Winter Quarter Special Election

The vote, conducted over email, passed with 9 yeses, 3 nos and 1 abstention.
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Associated Students IVP and EVPSA-Elect Removed From Isla Vista Party

The two were removed from the party during summer 2018, the statement said.
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UCPD Ups Enforcement of Electric Scooter Violations

UCPD did not begin stringently impounding scooters until Dec. 3.
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I.V. CSD Shakes Up Board Leadership

The board also unanimously voted to officially appoint SBCC Board President-elect Jonathan Abboud as its general manager.
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Pursue Your Passion or Please Your Parents?

What if the life you envision for yourself doesn't match up with the one your parents envision for you? Sanya Kamidi searches for a compromise.
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Kaplan Ends UCen Contract, UCPD Eyes Vacated Space

The company’s lease officially ended Oct. 31, although they decided in September not to renew it.
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Vacant Judicial Council Seats Filled Nine Weeks After Quarter Begins

Nine weeks later, UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students has a full Judicial Council.
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Camp Fire Leaves UCSB Student’s Hometown Destroyed

The Butson family describes their experience with the devastating Camp Fire.
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SASA Hosts Town Hall, Focuses on Interpersonal Violence Prevention

SASA representatives set up several verbal agreements with UCSB to increase students’ access to information about interpersonal violence prevention.
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