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Career Services To Replace Gaucholink with New Jobs Database

UCSB Career Services plans to replace in June its online jobs database, Gaucholink, with a new website called Handshake.
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Elections Board, Students Discuss Election Safety, Sustainability, More

The Associated Students Elections Board (ASEB) held a post-election town hall at Pardall Center Friday evening where around 15 students gathered to discuss the various issues that arose during this ye...
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Rep. Monique Limón Proposes 21 New Bills for Calif. State Assembly

Assemblywoman Monique Limón has proposed 21 new bills for the California State Assembly’s 2017-18 session.
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From Environment to Education, Calif. Senate To Review New Bills

State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson has introduced 21 bills for the 2017-18 Senate session, following last Friday’s deadline to submit new bills to the Senate.
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Position Vacancies the Focus of Wednesday’s Senate Meeting

A.S. Senate is aiming to create a more organized process for filling vacancies.
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Dos Pueblos High School Students Join UCSB in Protests Against Trump

After nearly 1,000 UC Santa Barbara students protested the election of Donald Trump early Wednesday morning, they were joined by Dos Pueblos High School students who walked out of class at noon.
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SBCC’s Promise Program Gets White House Acclaim

Santa Barbara City College is the winner of the College Promise video competition, the Second Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, announced Monday.
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Over 60 of the training sessions have been held since January, with approximately 100 people attending each session. The program aims to give students and faculty the skills to deal with hostile situations of all kinds. Stephen Manga / Daily Nexus

UCPD Training Students To Deal With Intruders

On average, 100 people attend these events. Attendees typically include administrators, campus employers and a few students.
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Over 60 of the training sessions have been held since January, with approximately 100 people attending each session. The program aims to give students and faculty the skills to deal with hostile situations of all kinds. Stephen Manga / Daily Nexus