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UCPath Program Creates Problems for UCSB Employees

UCSB began transitioning to UCPath this year.
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BSU and Black Studies Dept. 50 Years Later

While progress has been made over the years, many demands remain unresolved.
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AFSCME Begins Second Strike of the Year

Today’s protests at UCSB were part of a much bigger UC-wide demonstration that encompasses all 10 campuses.
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First-Year UCSB Student Arrested on Stalking Charges

Zhang is a first-year pre-mathematical sciences major.
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SB Superior Court Reverses UCSB Student’s Suspension for Sexual Assault

Doe was officially suspended from UCSB in 2016 after Roe accused him of sexually assaulting her on June 26, 2015.
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A.S. Food Bank Now Open on Fridays

A.S. Food Bank’s status as a non-profit allows the organization to receive special prices for assorted dry goods, low prices such as six cents per pound of bread and free produce.
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SASA Releases List of Asks, Plans to Approach UCSB Administration

The organization plans to take this list of Asks to UCSB administration within Fall Quarter 2018.
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50 Years, 12 Students and the Takeover That Changed Everything

At the time, North Hall held the mainframe computer for the entire UC system and was considered “the most critical point” of the campus, Rahman said.
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A.S. Passes Three Resolutions in Support of AFSCME Strike, One Which Suspends A.S. Operations in Solidarity

The three resolutions were authored by several A.S. senators.
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Special Election Deadline Extended by One Week Following Low Voter Turnout

The deadline to vote is tomorrow, Oct. 18.
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EAOP Still Works to Help Low-Income Students 40 Years Later

Over the years, the program's focus has shifted to targeting low-income, first-generation students who do not have readily available access to college services.
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Runner-Up Senator Sworn in Over FaceTime

Mello was voted in with 19 yes votes, one no vote and two abstentions.
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A.S. Postpones Council Vote for Second Week In a Row

The original vote and the reconsiderations of the vote continued to be split across party lines, with Proxy Luvia Solis abstaining from the vote.
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Title IX Policy Changes Explained By Student Advisory Board Representative

The UC-wide sexual violence and sexual harassment policy is currently in a formal review period.
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Bird’s Wings Clipped: Electric Scooter Ban In Place on Campus

A citation for riding a Bird on campus could cost $250.
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