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Editorial | A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate

The decision to publish an editorial is not one the Daily Nexus editorial board takes lightly.
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On-Campus Senator Yasamin Salari Admits to Living Off Campus, In Violation of Legal Code

Salari, a second-year pre-political science major, spoke Wednesday night regarding rumors about her living situation.
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UCSA Releases Demands to UC Regarding UCPath Implementation

UC Santa Barbara began transitioning to UCPath at the beginning of this quarter, hoping to create a more streamlined approach to paying its workers, according to the UCPath website.
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UCSB’s Arbor Now Accepting CalFresh

According to CalFresh Advocate Stephanie Perez, the Arbor is the first store on the UCSB campus at which students can use CalFresh.
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A.S. Senate Rejects Winter Quarter EVPSA Special Election, UCSB Remains Without EVPSA

The Fall Quarter 2018 special election was unable to meet the 16 percent threshold.
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New Hip Hop Classes Bounce Into Campus Next Quarter

Jordan Mitchell knows a thing or two about hip-hop.
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Judicial Council Seats Will Be Unfilled Until At Least Week 9

Kopel estimates she will present her nominations to the Associated Students (A.S.) Senate by the Week 9 Senate meeting.
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Housing Voucher Program Implemented At UCSB

A student must first provide documentation that all other options have been exhausted in order to qualify.
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#MeToo Founder Tarana Burke Speaks at UCSB

Burke weaved together anecdotes of her activism in a lecture that was surprisingly humorous, given the heavy nature of the topic of sexual assault.
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I.V. Arrests Decreased from September to October 2018

While 26 individuals were arrested in Isla Vista in October, 55 were arrested the previous month.
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UCSB Works to Support Trans Students In Face of Proposed Gender Redefinition

Leets said the proposed redefinition, which defines gender as the sex assigned at birth, would cause complications.
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A.S. Senate Violates Brown Act With Closed Session, A.S. AG Says

The Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953 “guarantees the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings of local legislative bodies,” according to a pamphlet published by the California Attorney Gen...
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Tri Delta To Suspend Operations at End of School Year

Sullivan cited a decline in membership numbers as the reason for shuttering operations.
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Campus Dems and College Republicans Prepare for Midterm Election

In addition to creating spaces for students to discuss and learn more about politics, both organizations have been canvassing for candidates aligned with their respective views.
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BREAKING: EVPSA Seat To Be Left Vacant For Rest of Academic Year

Sunday’s deadline was the third extension set by the board following a continuous struggle to get students to vote in the special election.
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