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Chancellor Yang Promises Fulfillment of Multiple BSU Demands

These proposals were part of the most recent set of demands BSU released to the university in February, but built upon over 50 years of efforts from previous generations of BSU students.
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UC Walks Aways from Elsevier Negotiations

UC’s past contract with Elsevier set them back $11 million per year.
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Black History Month Book Pop-ups Come to UCSB

For Solomon, the idea behind the pop-up goes back to one of the fundamental underpinnings of the university: the value of diversity.
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CSD Elects New Board Director to Fill Vacant Seat

Nguyen is the first woman of color to serve on the I.V. CSD.
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Judicial Council Hears Salari Trial

Salari said she based her decision to live off campus on her financial aid reward.
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BSU Releases Demands to Address Black Student Resources and Success

BSU released a set of demands on Feb. 8 for the university to fulfill.
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50th Anniversary of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill: A Catalyst of the Modern Environmental Movement

Now, the Union Oil catastrophe is known widely as a catalyst of the modern environmental movement.
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El Elotero Rolls into I.V. with Food Truck

The popular vendor went viral on Twitter in early January after a student posted about his return, this time from a food truck.
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Newsom Allocates $400 Million to UC System, Aiming To Increase Student Success

Newly-elected Governor Gavin Newsom released his budget plan for California on Thursday, with approximately a $400 million augmentation for the University of California system.
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Term in Review: I.V. CSD Vice President Natalie Jordan

I.V. CSD Vice President Natalie Jordan resigned from her position on the Board effective early January.
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UC Regents To Consider Removing Student Advisor Position, Leaving Undergraduates Without Representation

If the position is removed, only two student positions would remain: the student regent and student regent-designate.
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Det. Kovena Avila Named New Interpersonal Violence Investigator

The detective was appointed the new interpersonal violence investigator, a position the I.V. Community Services District and the UC Police Department created in late November
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New Hip Hop Classes Bounce Into Campus Next Quarter

Jordan Mitchell knows a thing or two about hip-hop.
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2018 Midterm Election Results: Santa Barbara County Victories

The Nexus compiled information about several winners and passing measures from Tuesday's midterm election.
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CSD Finalizes Contract with UCPD for Interpersonal Violence Investigator

Several organizations have pushed for the implementation of an interpersonal violence investigator in I.V.
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