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UC Regents Found in Contempt Of Court, Expelled Student Allowed to Return to UCSB

The student who filed the complaint, referred to as Jane Roe in court documents, said Doe stalked her on a daily basis after the two engaged in a sexual encounter in November 2015 and briefly dated.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Split EVPSA Duties

The position of EVPSA is currently vacant because the A.S. Elections Board disqualified the then EVPSA-elect, Mayela Morales, in May.
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SAG Martinez’s Domestic Violence Charge Dismissed

She was being tried as a defendant against the People of the State of California and pled not guilty in the domestic violence charge, according to court records.
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KCSB Passes Vote Of No Confidence for A.S. Staff Member

Jennifer Kiser has been the assistant director of independent media with KCSB since December 2016.
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UCSB Student Arrested Following Davidson Library Bathroom Incident

Huang was arrested and booked into the Santa Barbara County Jail on June 12 on a $2,500 bail.
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Bong, Bong, Bong: The Hands Behind the Carillon Bells

As a member of Adjunct Professor Margo Halsted’s carillon bells class, Sophia Tao has spent the last two years making the trek up the tower at least once a week to play the bells.
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Title IX Policy Changes Proposed by UCOP

A graduate student representative of the UC Santa Barbara Title IX Student Advisory Board presented a series of proposed UC Title IX policy changes to the A.S. Senate Wednesday evening.
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S.A.G. Martinez Charged With Domestic Violence, Driving Under Influence

The Associated Students student advocate general is being charged with two criminal offenses, according to publicly available court records as well as police arrest records obtained by the Nexus.
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UCSB Professor Leads Summer Course for Incarcerated Teens

UC Santa Barbara Theater and Dance Professor Michael Morgan’s program The Odyssey Project, which aims to rehabilitate incarcerated teenagers in Santa Barbara, will run for the eighth time this summe...
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All Newly-Elected A.S. Senators Sworn In, Meeting Ends With Full Agenda Unaddressed

The meeting ended just after 5:30 p.m. with more than a quarter of the agenda left unaddressed.
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Journalism Certificate Program Comes to UCSB

A journalism certificate program will be available for students at UC Santa Barbara beginning Fall Quarter 2018, which would allow students to take courses specific to journalism that are taught by tr...
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Backpacks Memorialize Victims of Mass School Shootings Across U.S.

Four years after the UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista community lost six of its members on May 23, 2014, the community continues to honor their lives and reminds its members of the importance of healin...
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BREAKING: Special Election for EVPSA Will Be Held Fall Quarter

Currently “appeals” are in place, according to the minutes, although specifications regarding Morales’ disqualification were not discussed during Monday’s meeting.
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Second-Year UCSB Student Reported Missing Monday Morning, Later Found Deceased

A missing persons report was filed for Wang around 9:40 a.m. on Monday morning, according to Charlene Wu, one of Wang’s current housemates in Manzanita Village.
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On-Foot Navigation App Wins TAMID Tank

TAMID held their first TAMID Tank May 9 in the Corwin Pavilion, which had a similar format to that of the ABC television show, “Shark Tank.”
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