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UCSB Students for Life Hosts Abortion Debate

UCSB Students for Life of America hosted an event titled the “The Abortion Debate” between pro-choice UCSB professor of philosophy Quentin Gee and pro-life author Trent Horn to discuss abortion an...
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A.S. Finance and Business Committee Discusses Funds for Campus Groups

Associated Students (A.S.) Finance and Business Committee (F&B) met in the State Street Room of the UCen on Monday to approve funding requests for 12 campus groups and discuss two internal bills. ...
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Health Tips for College Kids, New and Old

The first year of college brings a flurry of excitement for an armed and ready freshman. Amid all the novelty, personal health often finds itself left behind with well-meaning promises for later atten...
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Regents Discuss UC Minimum Wage, Sexual Assualt Training

The UC Board of Regents met July 21 through July 23 at UC San Francisco Mission Bay to discuss agenda items including UC minimum wage, sexual assault training and the university budget for the 2015-20...
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Event Discusses Combating I.V. Racism, Sexism

The MultiCultural Center (MCC) and English professor Felice Blake hosted a remembrance titled “Come Together/In Memory of the I.V. Tragedy: A Discussion with Felice Blake” on Tuesday in the MCC to...
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Psychologist To Discuss Healing

UC Santa Barbara Academic & Staff Assistance Program (ASAP) Senior Consultant and Psychologist Beth Cohen will hold a discussion on psychological healing titled “The Impact of the Isla Vista Tragedy...
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A.S. Meeting Reallocates Funds

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee held its last meeting of the quarter on Monday in the State Street room of the UCen to discuss reallocation requests from four campus organizatio...
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Napolitano, Attorney General Work to Improve Sexual Assault Policies

University of California President Janet Napolitano and Attorney General Kamala Harris developed a Model Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Wednesday to ensure cooperation between higher education a...
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Vigil Honors Lives Lost to Suicide

UCSB Counseling and Psychological Services (C.A.P.S.) hosted a candlelight vigil in Storke Plaza Wednesday evening to provide a space for students, staff and residents of Isla Vista to honor lives los...
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Art Installation To Light Campus

Media Arts Technology (MAT) Program professor Marcos Novak, Academic Senate Chair and sociology professor Kum-Kum Bhavnani and Academic Senate Vice-Chair and physics professor Omer Blaes will host “...
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Goleta Reaches no Decision on AB 3 Endorsement

Committee members voted to delay a decision to endorse Assembly Bill 3 (AB 3) during the Goleta City Council special session meeting Tuesday until the next regularly scheduled city council meeting on ...
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Artist to Speak on Activism, Expression

Visual artist Julio Salgado will give a talk titled “Queer, Undocumented & Unafraid” in the Theater and Dance building on Saturday to discuss his work as an activist, which will be followed by an ...
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MechE Professor to Receive Award

U.S. Department of State’s flagship Fulbright Program, which facilitates international exchange between scholars, selected UC Santa Barbara mechanical engineering Professor Megan Valentine to receiv...
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Guest Professor Lectured on Vaccination and Public Policy

Northwestern University economics professor Charles Manski gave a lecture titled “Mandating Vaccination with Unknown Indirect Effects” to outline different methods of making public policy decision...
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Capps Introduces Bill Against Offshore Fracking

Santa Barbara Congresswoman Lois Capps introduced the Offshore Fracking Transparency and Review Act of 2015 to the U.S. House of Representatives last Friday to temporarily halt offshore hydraulic frac...
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