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UC Regents Discuss Title IX, Review UC Handling of Sexual Misconduct Cases

The discussion around Title IX focused on cases of sexual misconduct and violence on UC campuses and what the UC Title IX offices have done to address the issue. 
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A.S. Senate Amendment Puts Two International Student Senator Seats Onto Spring Ballot

The bill was amended during the Senate’s Jan. 22 meeting to increase the number of international student senator seats from one to two.
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UCSB Grad Students Hold Demonstration in Solidarity with UC Santa Cruz Over Cost-of-Living Adjustment

Organizers said that the “sick-out” was meant to draw attention to the COLA movement and gather support from graduate and undergraduate students who may not be aware of the movement.
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Inaugural Director of the Office of Black Student Development Hired Fulfilling BSU Demand

Hylton was selected after a national search by a committee comprised of members of the BSU demands team, as well as other campus leaders.
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Rock the Vote SB Declared Illegitimate by National Org, Shuts Down Operations

A representative from the national Rock the Vote organization confirmed that Rock the Vote SB was formed in August 2019, but as of now is “not a legitimate chapter.”
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Student Documentary “Not One More” Puts a Story of Tragedy in the Hands of Community

The documentary’s narrative is instead established through interviews with politicians, UCSB faculty, psychologists, researchers, first responders and surgeons, giving viewers a previously unseen pe...
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“In the service of equity and justice”: UCSB Community Comes Together To Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Speakers gave speeches on their personal experiences with racism and institutionalized oppression.
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Graduate Students to Call in Sick on Wednesday in Support of UCSC Strike for Cost of Living Adjustment

UCSB graduate students, on average, would need an additional $1133.57 for their rent to equal 30% of their income, according to an informal UCSB GSA survey.
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UC Regents Postpone Tuition Vote After Students Raise Concerns

The UC Regents will discuss two different potential models of tuition hikes at its Wednesday meeting.
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UCSB’s Mental Health Task Force Launches New Website for Student Well-Being

UC Santa Barbara’s Mental Health Task Force launched its new Student Wellbeing Website — a place for students to access resources and support for their mental health and well-being.
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C.A.B. Gives Students Opportunity to Volunteer Countrywide

C.A.B.’s free week-long volunteer trips are held during winter and spring break, and the group also holds a weekend trip during spring quarter.
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UCSB Community Holds Vigil To Mourn Lives Lost in Ukranian Plane Crash

Attendees gathered under the A.S. Annex on Thursday afternoon, using poetry and candles to mourn the 176 lives lost when a Ukranian passenger jet was shot down in Iran on Jan. 8.
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In Photos | UCSB Students Mourn Victims of Iran Plane Crash

UCSB students came together on Thursday to mourn the 176 lives lost in the Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752 plane crash.
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C.A.P.S. First Annual Report Shows 57% Increase in Total Visits Over Five Years

UC Santa Barbara’s Counseling & Psychological Services compiled its first ever annual report containing details regarding clinical and student statistics.
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Downvote the Old, Upvote the New: r/UCSantaBarbara Grows in Community Members

In the last eight years, the number of submissions to the page has grown by nearly 500%.
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