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Contrary to A.S. Elections Night Results, Elections Board Says New SIRRC Fee Did Not Pass

Elections Board noticed a “discrepancy” between the A.S. Constitution and the Elections Code following elections night.  
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UCSB’s Chapter of Lean On Me Launches Student-Run Emotional Support Hotline

Rushali Kothari heard about Lean On Me from a friend at another university and decided to bring the organization to UCSB.
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Campus United Reclaims Executive Branch Stronghold, Maintains Senate Majority

This is the first year since 2015 that voter turnout has dropped.
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Two Students Create “Apathy Unveiled” Podcast To Educate UCSB About A.S.

Steinhorn and Davies got the idea to start a podcast about the lack of knowledge students have about A.S. during a class they took together last quarter.
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Recap: College of Letters & Science, College of Engineering Senators Forums

There are four seats total for the College of Letters & Science, while there is only one seat for the College of Engineering.
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Recap: Sole IVP Candidate Speaks to Experience and Platform

Alli Adam is the sole IVP candidate and was, therefore, the only candidate to participate in the IVP candidate forum.
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Recap: Transfer Senators Forum

The second day of UCSB's A.S. candidate forums included the transfer senator candidates
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Pan Asian Network Releases List of Demands, Plans To Approach UCSB Admin.

The Pan Asian Network plans to present the demands to Chancellor Henry T. Yang on Thursday.
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A.S. Senate Votes Against Divestment Through Secret Ballot

The early morning vote came down to 10 yeses, 14 noes and 0 abstentions.
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SJP Introduces Feedback Survey for Divestment Resolution

Kupsh added that there is a “pretty big chance” the resolution will be introduced at this Wednesday’s Senate meeting, but declined to confirm an exact date.
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Alcohol & Drug Program, EVPLA and Gauchos for Recovery Host Naloxone Trainings

At the end of the training, free Naloxone nasal spray kits were handed out.
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Over 200 People Attend Vigil in Solidarity With Muslims of New Zealand

A common sentiment was expressed throughout all of the speeches: Love will overcome hate and fear.
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IVFP Responds to Reports of Gunshots Near Storke Road and Hollister Ave.

Bullet holes were found in the windows of Wolf’s Head Barbershop.
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UCOP Deems Collegiate Free Speech Executive Order Unnecessary

President Trump spoke at CPAC, where he discussed the executive order.
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Eric Moon Sworn in as New A.S. On-Campus Senator, Replaces Salari

Even though Moon had not been elected during Spring Quarter 2018, he still focused his attention toward advocating for UCSB students this past year.
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