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UCSB Students Gather in Response to the Trump Administration’s Potential Redefinition of Gender

The effort consisted of card- and poster-making activities on Monday and Tuesday in the RCSGD room in the SRB.
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Southern California Edison Admits to Being a Source of the Thomas Fire

SCE is now awaiting permission from CAL FIRE to further its investigation into the causes of the Thomas Fire.
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Halloween Brings a Decrease In Arrests, Increase in Citations

The exception to the general decrease in activity was the amount of citations, which rose to 35 this year, as opposed to 13 in 2017.
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UCSB College Republicans Host Public Forum to Debate Validity of Cultural Due Process

While the discussion questions focused on the legal implications of due process, participants also heavily discussed Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings and the national uproar left in the wak...
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SBMTD Moves Busses to Increase Capacity on Line 28

UCSB students also make up significant portions of ridership on several other lines, particularly during the academic year.
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Quiet Pre-Halloween Weekend, Police Expect Next Weekend to Be Similar

In an effort to deter the unmanageable crowds that accompanied Halloween festivities in I.V. prior to 2014, UCSB runs an annual advertising campaign that encourages Halloween celebrants to “keep it ...
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Elections Board Struggling To Meet EVPSA Special Election Voter Threshold

If the minimum voting threshold is not reached, the EVPSA position will remain vacant until the Spring Quarter 2019 elections.
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UCSB Professor Placed On Paid Leave Following Sexual Harassment Complaint

As of late October, Sweet is unable to access his on-campus office and teach classes.
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New UCSB Building In Construction, Arriving In 2020

Henley is entirely donor funded, with a $56 million budget provided by the Henleys and various other anonymous donors.
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UCSB Students Come Together To Mourn the Lives Lost At the Synagogue in Pittsburgh

They united once again, alongside faculty and other members of the UCSB community, to affirm that anti-semitism has no place on campus.
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UCSB Lecturer Arrested for DUI Outside of Harder Stadium

Hastings is a lecturer within the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, a graduate school within UCSB.
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AFSCME Strikes Come to an End, UCOP Calls AFSCME Strikes “Wasted Efforts”

While the strike did not result in resolved demands, it brought attention to the issues that UC workers face, lead groundskeeper Juan Donato said.
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UCSB Student Exonerated from Relationship Violence Charges After 629 Days

John fought the charge immediately but was suspended for Fall Quarter 2016 and Winter Quarter 2017.
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Doubling Down on De-tripling in San Nicolas

Residents who requested triples for financial reasons and found themselves in doubles were left with few options when notified of the de-tripling.
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AFSCME Protests UC’s Lack of Action During Second Day of Strike, Hundreds Show Up in Support

The strikers are fighting for higher wages, benefits and a greater emphasis on equality within the workforce.
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