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Biological Sciences II Building Temporarily Evacuated Following Report of “Strong Burning Smell”

An all clear was given around 4:50 p.m. and students, staff and faculty were allowed to return to the building.
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Hawaiian Activists Speak At UCSB Town Hall, Urge UC Not to Move Forward With Telescope Construction

The panel, hosted in collaboration between the the EVPSA office and the American Indian Student Association, consisted of three speakers who spoke and sang to a packed Flying A Room.
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BREAKING: Classes Cancelled For Rest of Week Due to Cave Fire, Campus To Remain Open

Classes will resume on Dec. 2, after Thanksgiving break. 
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Cave Fire Grows to 4,100 Acres, UCSB Emphasizes No Threat To Campus

Classes for the remainder of the week were cancelled at 10:44 a.m. on Tuesday in an email sent by Chancellor Yang, but the fire “poses no threat to our campus,” with no evacuations planned.
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In Photos | The Last Paw-ty Before Finals: Dog Therapy Day Returns

Hoards of students swarmed Ellison Lawn, taking much needed breaks from studying.
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Police Arrest Two Suspects in I.V. in Connection With Armed Robbery

Initial reports came in around 10:23 a.m. on Monday that three individuals had fled a house on the 6500 block of Sabado Tarde Road in Isla Vista after reportedly robbing two victims at gunpoint. 
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OrgSync Switches to Shoreline, Allowing Student Organizations More Functionality

The new website allows students to message groups and individuals directly through a built-in chat function.
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SASA Town Hall Focuses on Accountability, Timely Warning Systems

A variety of UCSB administrators and personnel participated in the panel, including Asst. Vice Chancellor Katya Armistead, Title IX Officer Ariana Alvarez and representatives from UCPD and SBSO.
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A.S. Senate Unanimously Passes Resolution in Support of Trump’s Impeachment

The resolution calls Trump’s alleged actions “illegal” and writes that it is “Congress’s duty to impeach a President who commits high crimes and misdemeanors while in office.” 
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Police Searching for 3 Suspects in Armed Isla Vista Home Invasion Robbery 

Students are advised to lock their doors and stay away from windows.
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RCSGD Kicks Off 20th Anniversary Celebration

The center kicked off its 20th anniversary celebrations with an event on Tuesday evening, with Craig Leets, RCSGD director, giving attendees a small history of the RCSGD.
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Students and Administrators Talk Potential Bike Path Renovations to Address Growing Campus

Renovation plans include the removal and rerouting of certain bike paths and proposal of a shuttle system.
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In Photos | AFSCME Strikes for Sixth Time in Two Years

AFSCME 3299 represents more than 24,000 health care and service employees across the UC system.
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UC’s Largest Union Strikes For the Third Time This Year

The workers spent much of the day marching around campus in order to draw attention to the union’s demands. 
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UCSB Undocumented Student Services Speaks to Resources for Students Amidst DACA Hearings

In addition to the legal assistance, each UC has set aside resources for undocumented students, each with a program tailored to the needs of their respective campus.
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