Articles written by: Tiana Miller-Leonard

A.S. Presidential Candidates Debate in Final Forum
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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 in the last night of forums during this week of A.S. election campaigning.

UCSB students Bailey Loverin and Amir Khazaieli engage in debate yesterday at the Hub. The SAG candidates discussed topics such as student outreach plans.
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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 debate their plans and ideas in this year’s A.S. electoral race.

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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 mistake made in a previous meeting when they approved funding for Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) that broke financial code.

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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 UC Police Department regarding sexual assault, passed a revised bill limiting A.S. food expenditures and debated the proposed restructuring of A.S.

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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 Henry T. Yang made a surprise appearance.