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UCSB Administration Addresses Students’ Concerns Following Fraternity Sexual Assault Allegations

The forum was held by the university as an attempt to clarify misinformation regarding the allegations.
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UCSB Receives Platinum-Level Honor for Bike Friendliness

This is the first year that UCSB has been designated as a Platinum-level bike friendly university. 
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“Our struggles as students are intertwined with the struggles of workers”: A.S. Senate Endorses Upcoming AFSCME Strike

The Senate’s resolution also asks Chancellor Henry T. Yang to write a letter to several UC institutions to express support for AFSCME 3299 contract demands.
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A.S. President’s Campaign Promise of a Student App Moves Forward

The app was introduced to the A.S. Senate through a resolution authored by Letters and Science Senator Olivia Campos and Off-Campus Senator Tianna White.
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Halloween Weekend Crowd “Very Small,” SBSO Says

Halloween weekend saw “relatively slow [activity] compared to a typical weekend.” 
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UCSB Track and Water Polo Programs Committed Major Infractions, NCAA Announces

Both the men’s and women’s cross country and track and field programs and the men’s water polo program were found guilty of violating two different types of NCAA regulations.
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Supreme Court Begins University of California DACA Arguments

The lawsuit alleges the Trump administration rescinded the program on “nothing more than unreasoned executive whim,” and that its removal is “unconstitutional, unjust, and unlawful.”
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UCSB Student Arrested Following On-Campus Stalking, Victim Discusses Navigating Reporting Process

A third-year UCSB student was arrested Sunday afternoon on a felony charge of stalking and two misdemeanor charges of vandalism and “annoying phone calls.”
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Over 40 Former Tenants Sued Isla Vista Luxury Living Over Security Deposit Disputes — and Won

The plaintiffs received $13,785 back in money initially put into security deposits and $1,200 in “bad faith” charges.
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AFSCME Files Six New Unfair Labor Practice Complaints Against UC, Plans To Strike Nov. 13

The UC's largest workers union filed six new unfair labor practice complaints against the university system on Nov. 1 and plans to strike on Nov. 13.
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“We Will Believe Survivors”: A.S. Senate, I.V. CSD Release Statements in Solidarity With Survivors of Sexual Assault

The I.V. CSD's statement was released in an email to its mailing list on Oct. 24, while the A.S. Senate’s statement was posted on the A.S. Senate Facebook page on Nov. 1.
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GSA Lounge Renovations to Include Egg Chairs, Access Card Reader

The GSA applied for funding from the Student Fee Advisory Committee and received $98,000. The GSA also plans to use part of its own budget to finalize said renovations, with the total cost estimated t...
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Academic Researchers United, UC Announce Tentative Contract

The negotiation was not seamless; just last month, ARU created a petition demanding an end to bargaining delays. 
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Real Talk Program Returns to Dorms for Second Year

The Real Talk program works toward creating spaces open for free-flowing discussions on a variety of topics including, but not limited to, race and gender.
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Lucidity Fields Community Questions About Alternative Deltopia Festival During Town Hall

Members of Lucidity’s board of directors expressed its hopes that the alternative festival would help channel the Deltopia crowds into a safer space. 
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