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Recap: Off-Campus Senator Candidate Forum

The candidates for off-campus senator kicked off the second day of campaigning on Tuesday, meeting at the candidate forum in The Hub to relay their stances on various issues as potential senators.
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Recap: Collegiate Senator Candidate Forum

The candidates running for transfer senator, the College of Letters and Science senators, the College of Creative Studies senator and the College of Engineering senator took to the stage Tuesday after...
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It’s a Long Haul for Carbajal as a Minority Congressional Democrat

Congressman Salud Carbajal visited Corwin Pavilion Monday night for a town hall, where he addressed attendees’ concerns about the current state of politics and his plans to combat President Donald T...
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Recap: On-Campus and University-Owned Housing Senator Candidate Forum

Soon after A.S. elections week took off, nine candidates for on-campus and university-owned housing senators discussed resident assistant welfare during a public forum in the Hub on Monday.
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A.S. Internal Vice Presidential Candidate Forum: Sandhu vs. Silva

Setting into motion the Associated Students (A.S.) Elections, candidates for the internal vice president position took the stage Monday morning in the Hub to discuss qualifications, senator training a...
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A.S. Presidential Debate: Le vs. Nemeh

Candidates for Associated Students (A.S.) president faced off Monday over college affordability, campus climate and representation of marginalized communities.
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Campus United Candidate Out of Race for A.S. Senate

Kevin Sabellico, a first-year physics major, said he is suspending his campaign for on-campus senator to “focus on [his] academics and [his] application for UC Student Regent, among other things.”
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‘Just Because You Suck Black D*ck Doesn’t Mean You’re Not Racist’ Hits Anti-Blackness Hard

UC Santa Barbara’s Pride Week hosted an event centered on combatting anti-blackness in the LGBTQ community this past Wednesday in the Student Resource Building.
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Bill To Allow Priority Registration for ROTC Cadets

The Associated Students Senate passed a bill last week that could allow ROTC cadets to register for classes as early as student athletes.
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Senate Passes Resolution to Rename A.S. Publications in Memory of Employee

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate passed a resolution on Wednesday renaming A.S. Publications after David Miller, an A.S. print shop employee of five years who passed away last month.
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Campus Feels Strain of Increasing Enrollment

The Board of Regents approved UC President Janet Napolitano’s plan in November 2015 to enroll 10,000 more undergraduates across the UC system by the 2018-19 school year, and UCSB is feeling the crun...
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Admins Opt to Repair El Centro

UC Santa Barbara administrators are no longer calling for the demolition of the El Centro Annex building following a decision to repair the building’s structural problems instead and allow student...
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Filmmakers Talk Rwandan Rape in Corwin

Approximately 280 people were in attendance at Corwin Pavilion for the Monday evening screening and panel with the film’s producers and protagonists organized by the Associated Students (A.S.) Human...
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Yemeni Nobel Laureate Visits UCSB

Tawakkol Karman, the first female Arab and Yemeni Nobel laureate, came from Istanbul to discuss tyranny, terrorism and the Arab Spring.
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North Korean Defectors Share Stories at UCSB

UC Santa Barbara’s Liberty in North Korea chapter hosted the two North Korean defectors this Thursday to talk about human rights violations and their journeys in escaping a dictatorship.
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