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Senators Amend Student Lobby, Swear in Execs

Last night, students identifying as members of Coalition for Survivors silently protested the last Associated Students Senate meeting for the 2013-2014 academic school year, during which senators pass...
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Why I Check My Privilege, and Why You Need to Check Yours: A Response to Tal Fortgang

Tiana Miller-Leonard voices her opinion regarding Tal Fortgang and the concept of White Privilege.
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Organizations Lose Funds to Pardall Center in New Budget

Despite opposition from campus groups, the Associated Students Senate decided to pass the budget for the 2014-2015 school year, as proposed by A.S. President Jonathan Abboud, which increased a “rech...
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SB Hosts Earth Day Festivities

Downtown Santa Barbara hosted the annual Earth Day festival this past weekend, featuring a number of environmental groups, organic food and drink, a green car show and local music talent.
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A.S. Presidential Candidates Debate in Final Forum

Last night at the Hub, Associated Students Internal Vice President candidate Angela Lau and Presidential candidates Navkiran "Navi" Kaur and Ali Guthy discussed their qualifications, plans and values ...
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A.S. Candidates Debate Goals, Plans

Last night, prospective candidates for Associated Students External Vice President of Local Affairs, External Vice President of Statewide Affairs, and Student Advocate General gathered in the Hub to d...
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A.S. Senators Discuss Deltopia, Misallocated Funding

At Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, senators and executive officers first discussed continuing efforts to deal with the ramifications of Deltopia and then voted to correct a mis...
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A.S. Senate Debates Isla Vista Housing, A.S. Restructuring, Sexual Assault

Senators at Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting engaged in discussion with the architect of a potential new housing development in Isla Vista, spoke with a representative from the U...
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A.S. Senate Passes Proposal to Label Trauma-Provoking Academic Content

At Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, senators passed a resolution to begin the process of instituting mandatory “trigger warnings” on class syllabi at UCSB and Chancellor Hen...
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Feminist Political Activist Gloria Steinem Gives Talk in SB

Renowned feminist leader Gloria Steinem gave a lecture discussing the accomplishments of modern-day feminism and the road that lies ahead in the ongoing fight for gender equality at Arlington Theater ...
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New A.S. Logo is a No-Go: A.S. President Rejects Design

Associated Students President Jonathan Abboud vetoed an official A.S. logo passed by the A.S. Senate last week, claiming that the process of establishing the logo was not “inclusive” enough of the...
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A.S. Debates Possible Internal Restructuring

Leaders of various campus groups under Associated Students convened with A.S. executive officers at a forum called “BC4” on Friday to discuss upcoming projects within Associated Students, particul...
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Recent Food Bill Dominates A.S. Senate Public Forum

During Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, students came to public forum to voice opposition against a bill that would restrict food budgets, while senators unanimously passed an u...
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Master Plan Changes To Be Discussed at Regents Meeting

University officials for the UC system, California State University system and California Community Colleges will discuss the California Master Plan of Higher Education — which first outlined the ro...
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Mary Lambert Moves Audience Through Tears, Laughter in the Hub

Last night, singer-songwriter Mary Lambert performed at the Hub in a free concert for students, sponsored by Associated Students, UCSB Women, Gender and Sexual Equity, Queer Commission and the Hub.
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