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Senate Votes in Support of Paying A.S. UCSB Employees “Living Minimum Wage”

The resolution demands that the $15 minimum wage be applied to all UC workers, regardless of the number of hours that they work.
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Senate Shows Support of Voting Rights for Non-Citizens in I.V.

On Wednesday, UCSB's A.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution in support of extending voting to non-citizens in I.V. local government.
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Unfinished Business: I.V., State, and National Leaders Praise New California Gun Control Laws But Hope For More

UCSB’s past experience with gun violence oftentimes compels many local leaders and students to be more vocal about their opinions on the issue of gun control.
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I.V. CSD and STESA Finalize Agreement for Resource Center in I.V.

The I.V. CSD finalized an agreement during its Jan. 8 meeting to open a survivor resource center in I.V. in collaboration with STESA, a organization that addresses sexual assault in Santa Barbara.
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Letters & Science Runner-Up Senator Sworn In During Wednesday Meeting

Gabriella Shofet, a fourth-year biopsychology major, was sworn in as the newest Letters & Science Senator on Wednesday evening after former Senator Joshua Takeuchi stepped down over winter break.
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Two Candidates Declare in Third Attempt To Elect EVPSA

Two new candidates have declared candidacy for the EVPSA special election, neither of which is the previous candidate of two quarters, Madeline Loudon.
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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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Find out what's going on in I.V. this week!
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I.V. CSD Condemns Proposed Title IX Amendments

The amendments would narrow the definition of sexual harassment as well as limit the proceedings to live hearings.
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SB County Orders Evacuations in Preparation for Storms

The evacuation notice will extend to Wednesday.
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Police Arrest I.V. Transient for Battery, Attempted Murder of Police Officer

Wohlenhaus has been booked in the Santa Barbara County Jail and is being held on a $1 million bail.
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Congressman Carbajal Requests Own Pay Be Withheld During Government Shutdown

The government has now been shut down for 23 days, the longest government shutdown in United States history
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Senate Takes a Step Toward Transparency With Public Facebook Accounts Resolution

The purpose of these Facebook accounts is to help increase senators’ accountability and transparency, the resolution states.
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Two Suspected Gang Members Arrested In I.V. Following Police Chase

Three males and a female fled on foot after stopping and exiting the vehicle on Fortuna Road.
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Disorderly Conduct Due to Alcohol is Most Popular Charge in I.V. in November/December 2018

Police arrested 44 individuals in Isla Vista and UC Santa Barbara in November 2018, and 29 in December of that year.
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