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State Senator Reintroduces Bill to Ensure Medication Abortion Access at Public Universities

SB 24 will be considered in Senate policy committees later this spring.
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Associated Students’ New BCU: Public and Mental Health Commission

Sami Kaayal plans to be one of the co-chairs alongside Bongi Makatini.
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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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A.S. Senate Rejects Winter Quarter EVPSA Special Election, UCSB Remains Without EVPSA

The Fall Quarter 2018 special election was unable to meet the 16 percent threshold.
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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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SASA Releases List of Asks, Plans to Approach UCSB Administration

The organization plans to take this list of Asks to UCSB administration within Fall Quarter 2018.
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Edible Campus Program Breaks Ground on Its Biggest Project Yet

The program plans to donate the food from the farm to the A.S. Food Bank in the University Center and the Miramar Food Pantry.
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Madeline Loudon Is Sole Declared Candidate for EVPSA Special Election

The special election comes following the disqualification of Mayela Morales in May.
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Governor Brown Vetoes “Abortion Pill” Bill

California Senator Connie Leyva originally introduced SB 320 in Feb. 2017.
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UC Commits to Using 100% Renewable Electricity Sources by 2025

The UC commitment precedes Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of Senate Bill 100 on Sept. 10.
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Abortion Pill In Public Universities One Step Closer to Becoming Law

The bill would require all University of California and California State University campuses to offer the pills by Jan. 1, 2022, including UCSB.
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Brown Signs Budget Act of 2018, Increases Funding to UC

Napolitano has yet to release a statement on the signed Budget Act, and it is unknown at this time whether the funding was enough to prevent a future in-state tuition increase for UC students.
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Divestment Vote Canceled, 69th Senate Meeting Shut Down by ‘Civil Disobedience’

When the dust settled, it was another instance — the fifth time in six years — in which divestment failed to pass at UC Santa Barbara, which remains the only undergraduate UC campus not to have pa...
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Senate Fails to Vote on Divestment After Senators Walk Out of Meeting

The controversial “divestment” resolution was brought to the table for the fifth time in six years on Wednesday, but 12 senators and proxies didn’t return to the over 10-hour-long meeting after ...
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Term in Review: EVPLA Batsheva Labowe-Stoll

Former EVPLA Batsheva Labowe-Stoll reflects on her time in the position.
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