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Term in Review: EVPSA Kristin Hsu

Former EVPSA Kristin Hsu remembers her time in office during the 2017-2018 school year.
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Term in Review: EVPLA Batsheva Labowe-Stoll

Former EVPLA Batsheva Labowe-Stoll reflects on her time in the position.
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BREAKING: EVPSA-Elect Disqualified from A.S. Public Office

Elections Board has not yet confirmed the reason for Morales’s disqualification.
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A.S. To Vote on Divestment for Fifth Time in Six Years

A similar resolution on divestment was proposed last May and failed to pass following a ten-hour discussion. This was the fourth time that a resolution relating to divestment failed to pass within the...
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Sexual Battery Reported on Campus Point

A woman was reportedly groped at Campus Point on Sunday morning, according to the UC Santa Barbara Police Department. The victim reported that an unfamiliar man “grabbed her buttocks” at approxima...
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Suspect Arrested for Stalking at On-Campus Residence Hall

The UC Santa Barbara Police Department arrested Minh Nguyen at San Rafael Residence Hall on Wednesday night.
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20-25 Reported Rapes in Isla Vista Over 3-Year Period, CSD Report Finds

The Isla Vista Community Services District introduced a preliminary report on Tuesday detailing sexual assault and misconduct cases on campus and in Isla Vista since 2013.
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C.A.P.S. Director Explains Lack of Long-Term Counseling

UC Santa Barbara’s Counseling and Psychological Services does not offer long-term counseling because its staff limitations and budget do not currently allow it, according to Clinical Director Turi H...
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AFSCME Strike Comes to an End, A.S. Passes Resolution in Support

The Associated Students Senate passed a resolution during a meeting Wednesday night expressing support for the UC workers union’s three-day strike.
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AFSCME Begins Strike, Draws Over 200 Supporters at UCSB

Workers from all 10 UC campuses plan to strike from May 7 to May 9. Participants on UCSB’s campus will strike from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. during these days.
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UCSB Will Switch From U-mail to Gmail

Students will see no significant change to their emails other than the fact that they will be logging into Gmail instead of Office 365.
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A.S. Elections Sees Increase In Voter Turnout

Almost 40 percent of the UC Santa Barbara student body voted in the Associated Students Elections on April 26, the highest voter turnout since the 2014 spring quarter election.
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“Intersectionality” Founder Kimberlé Crenshaw Graces Campbell Hall

Last Wednesday, April 25, attendees at Campbell Hall heard the words of Kimberlé Crenshaw, who popularized the concept of “intersectionality” nearly three decades ago.
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Professor Lectures on Sexual Assault Throughout History

Professor Paul Spickard, a world history teacher in UC Santa Barbara’s history department, chose to deviate from his original lecture plans last Thursday to address issues of sexual assault.
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Isla Vista Party Upsets Campus United’s Stronghold on A.S.

Campus United remains dominant in the A.S. Senate, after students elected 14 Campus United candidates and 10 from IVP.
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