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Munger Donates 1800-Acre Property to UCSB, College Will Maintain as Working Ranch

The property also includes seven homes and a man-made lake.
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Food, Nutrition, and Basic Skills Program to Begin Hands-On Cooking Classes in Winter 2019

The first class is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 15.
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Kaplan Ends UCen Contract, UCPD Eyes Vacated Space

The company’s lease officially ended Oct. 31, although they decided in September not to renew it.
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GSA Votes To Boycott Title IX Student Advisory Board

GSA President Cierra Sorin said GSA voted to boycott the board due to changes in the Title IX selection process among other reasons.
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State Senator Reintroduces Bill to Ensure Medication Abortion Access at Public Universities

SB 24 will be considered in Senate policy committees later this spring.
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Assembly Budget Subcommittee Discusses Current Needs and Future Changes

The subcommittee discussed a variety of UC issues, including funding, student loans and housing.
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Vacant Judicial Council Seats Filled Nine Weeks After Quarter Begins

Nine weeks later, UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students has a full Judicial Council.
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Associated Students’ New BCU: Public and Mental Health Commission

Sami Kaayal plans to be one of the co-chairs alongside Bongi Makatini.
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Camp Fire Leaves UCSB Student’s Hometown Destroyed

The Butson family describes their experience with the devastating Camp Fire.
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Senate Passes Resolution Opposing Cat Canyon Drilling Project

On Wednesday, UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution opposing the Cat Canyon Drilling Project.
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“Why They Were Yelling”: USAS Holds Documentary Screening for UC Worker Awareness

AFSCME is the the largest union of UC employees in California.
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SASA Hosts Town Hall, Focuses on Interpersonal Violence Prevention

SASA representatives set up several verbal agreements with UCSB to increase students’ access to information about interpersonal violence prevention.
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Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter Speaks at UCSB, Encourages Students To Get Involved Beyond Social Media

Cullors, an activist and artist, spoke prominently about the origins of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Editorial | A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate

The decision to publish an editorial is not one the Daily Nexus editorial board takes lightly.
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On-Campus Senator Yasamin Salari Admits to Living Off Campus, In Violation of Legal Code

Salari, a second-year pre-political science major, spoke Wednesday night regarding rumors about her living situation.
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