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Judicial Council Slots Remain Unfilled as Senate Postpones Chair Vote

The Judicial Council is made up of one chairman, four members and one advisor.
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Madeline Loudon Is Sole Declared Candidate for EVPSA Special Election

The special election comes following the disqualification of Mayela Morales in May.
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Petitions Regarding A.S. Spring Elections Remain Undecided, Judicial Council Unable to Meet Quorum

If the Council rules in favor of Nemeh and Morales, Morales could be reinstated in her position, causing the special election results to become void.
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Daily Nexus Crime Map

The Nexus news team will be updating this map daily.
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Governor Brown Vetoes “Abortion Pill” Bill

California Senator Connie Leyva originally introduced SB 320 in Feb. 2017.
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New RCSGD Director Hopes to Help Rebuild Center

Leets comes to UCSB from Portland State University where he worked as the director of the Queer Resource Center.
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UCSB Researcher Arrested For Lewd Acts on Child Under 14

Zhou did not respond to request for comment.
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Hopping into the New School Year: HOPR Bike Share Has Arrived

HOPR plans to add more than 900 additional bicycles to the UCSB and I.V. area by January 2019.
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UC Commits to Using 100% Renewable Electricity Sources by 2025

The UC commitment precedes Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of Senate Bill 100 on Sept. 10.
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MultiCultural Center Celebrates 30th Anniversary

Beyond its existence as an event space, the MCC is focused on giving voice to students.
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Beyond the Ranking: UCSB Outside Academics

There is more to a university than its numbers; the way that students are supported and included contributes to their academic and professional success.
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UCSB Students Launch Magazine Focused on Representing Marginalized Groups

The magazine will start out as a website that will feature content such as photography, videography, art and literary pieces.
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Abortion Pill In Public Universities One Step Closer to Becoming Law

The bill would require all University of California and California State University campuses to offer the pills by Jan. 1, 2022, including UCSB.
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UC Regents Found in Contempt Of Court, Expelled Student Allowed to Return to UCSB

The student who filed the complaint, referred to as Jane Roe in court documents, said Doe stalked her on a daily basis after the two engaged in a sexual encounter in November 2015 and briefly dated.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Split EVPSA Duties

The position of EVPSA is currently vacant because the A.S. Elections Board disqualified the then EVPSA-elect, Mayela Morales, in May.
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