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UC Regents Discuss Various Initiatives, Enrollment Freeze

UC Regents Discuss Various Initiatives, Enrollment Freeze

The UC Board of Regents meeting continued the morning of March 18 with open sessions in the Committee of the Whole and the Committee on Finance, while the Committee on Grounds and Buildings and Committee on Long Range Planning was delayed until the afternoon session.…

A.S. Approves Funding for Campus Organizations

A.S. Approves Funding for Campus Organizations

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee met Monday in the State Street room of the UCen to address 14 funding requests from campus organizations, fully funding six requests, partially funding seven and denying funding to The Olive Tree Initiative.…

Yosemite Visitors Find Missing Student

Yosemite Visitors Find Missing Student

UCSB student Michael Dahl was found alive with a head injury last Monday, two days after being reported missing, after going missing while hiking at Yosemite National Park last Saturday.…

Regents Discuss Audits, IT Security, Medical Centers

Regents Discuss Audits, IT Security, Medical Centers

The UC Board of Regents met during finals week amidst ongoing negotiations between California Governor Jerry Brown and…

Former CIA Director, Secretary of Defense Speaks on US Policy

Former CIA Director, Secretary of Defense Speaks on US Policy

Former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and 22nd Secretary of Defense of the United States Robert Gates…

CCS Lit Major, Nexite Passes Away

CCS Lit Major, Nexite Passes Away

Lalita Stone, fifth-year College of Creative Studies Literature major and former Artsweek writer for the Daily Nexus, passed…

Town Hall Talks Representation

Town Hall Talks Representation

The office of Santa Barbara Assemblyman Das Williams held the third Isla Vista self-governance town hall of the…

Financial Aid Office Backs Off of Controversial Plan

Financial Aid Office Backs Off of Controversial Plan

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is no longer examining the possibility of reducing financial aid award…

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