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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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UCSA Releases Demands to UC Regarding UCPath Implementation

UC Santa Barbara began transitioning to UCPath at the beginning of this quarter, hoping to create a more streamlined approach to paying its workers, according to the UCPath website.
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Judicial Council Seats Will Be Unfilled Until At Least Week 9

Kopel estimates she will present her nominations to the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate by the Week 9 Senate meeting.
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UCSB Graduate Rep. Resigns from Title IX Student Advisory Board

UCSB now has no representation on the board.
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UCSB Works to Support Trans Students In Face of Proposed Gender Redefinition

Leets said the proposed redefinition, which defines gender as the sex assigned at birth, would cause complications.
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A.S. Senate Violates Brown Act With Closed Session, A.S. AG Says

The Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953 “guarantees the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings of local legislative bodies,” according to a pamphlet published by the California Attorney Gen...
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Tri Delta To Suspend Operations at End of School Year

Sullivan cited a decline in membership numbers as the reason for shuttering operations.
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Elections Board Struggling To Meet EVPSA Special Election Voter Threshold

If the minimum voting threshold is not reached, the EVPSA position will remain vacant until the Spring Quarter 2019 elections.
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UCSB Students Come Together To Mourn the Lives Lost At the Synagogue in Pittsburgh

They united once again, alongside faculty and other members of the UCSB community, to affirm that anti-semitism has no place on campus.
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BSU and Black Studies Dept. 50 Years Later

While progress has been made over the years, many demands remain unresolved.
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Body of College-Age Male Found On I.V. Beach

A preliminary investigation concluded that the death occurred recently and there are no clear signs of foul play.
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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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