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UCSB Alumni Cycle from I.V. to Nicaragua and Beyond

Daniel Connell and Quincy Lee have been on the biking trip from I.V. to Colombia since Oct. 20, 2017, and they are currently in Nicaragua.
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Program for Recovering Addicts Expands to Meet Diverse Community Needs

Gauchos for Recovery (GFR), which provides free recovery support for substance addiction and other addictive behaviors, recently expanded to meet increasing demand for its services and soaring attenda...
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Transfer Student Alliance To Receive A.S. Resources With New BCU Status

The Transfer Student Alliance will now be able to use A.S. resources and collaborate with other BCUs on campus. They will also receive an advisor and a significant increase in funding.
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A.S. Senators Hesitate to Support Phone App For Reporting Sexual Assault

If the Senate passes the resolution, A.S. would establish a contract with Sprigeo for the service and “widely publicize” the app to incoming students as a way to report sexual assault on campus an...
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Sexual Assault Survivors Raise Frustrations Over ‘Unresolved’ Demands

The town hall addressed one of the demands that requires UC President Janet Napolitano to tour sexual assault and sexual violence town halls on UC campuses once a year.
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UC Title IX Student Advisory Board Selected, Members Attend First Meeting

Jennifer Selvidge and Mariah Tanaka were selected as the UC Santa Barbara campus liaisons for the UC Title IX Student Advisory Board to advise the system-wide office on Title IX policies and procedure...
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Gauchothon to Raise Money for Local Hospital and “Miracle Childs”

Various UCSB groups are brought in to perform, play games and do other activities to entertain participants throughout the twelve-hour event.
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Womxn of Color Conference Explores Intersectional Feminism and Political Resistance

This year’s theme, “From Ashes to Activism: Rise through Resistance,” was reflected in the speakers, workshops and caucus spaces held throughout the day.
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Student Health Diagnoses 28 Cases of Influenza Since Fall Quarter

UC Santa Barbara Student Health diagnosed 28 students with the flu and 84 with an influenza-like illness between Oct. 1, 2017 and Feb. 1, 2018.
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A.S. Senate Creates Plan to Action at Disability Equality Meeting

The Associated Students Senate held a Housing Ad-Hoc Committee on Feb. 2 in response to the resolution passed on Jan. 24 in support of mentally disabled students in on-campus housing.
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Zahira Kelly-Cabrera to Speak at Womxn of Color Conference 2018

Associated Students’ Womxn’s Commission will be hosting its annual Womxn of Color Conference this Saturday, Feb. 3, honoring self-identifying women of color while bringing awareness to their inter...
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Union Workers March in Remembrance, Hold Picket Line for Workers’ Rights

The AFSCME Local 3299 union held protests across several UC campuses on Thursday, challenging the treatment of workers across the university system and commemorating the death of two workers killed on...
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Mentally Disabled Students in On-Campus Housing

The Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution on Jan. 24 supporting disability equality within UCSB Housing and Residential Services.
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Student Fees May Spike With UCen Remodel

Associated Students President Hieu Le proposed a plan to complete an expansion project of A.S. and the University Center, according to a resolution that was tabled indefinitely on Wednesday, Jan. 31.
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RCSGD Discusses Future at Queer Town Hall

The RCSGD held its first quarterly Queer Town Hall on Thursday since its separation from the WGSE during Fall Quarter.
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