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Blum Center Unveils Poverty, Inequality, and Social Justice Minor

The new minor educates students in poverty and intersectional inequality through policy, practice and social action.
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College Link Outreach Program To Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Over the past 20 years, the program has since expanded to serve 150 students each year.
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Deltopia Sees Increase in Arrests, Decrease in Medical Transports

Only 10 days into April 2019, this month has seen more arrests than any month over the past six months — a fact undeniably due to Deltopia.
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A.S. Senate To Discuss Divestment Resolution Tonight

UCSB is the only UC student government that has not passed a resolution to divest.
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SJP Introduces Feedback Survey for Divestment Resolution

Kupsh added that there is a “pretty big chance” the resolution will be introduced at this Wednesday’s Senate meeting, but declined to confirm an exact date.
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A.S. Senate Condemns Anti-Semitism in Response to Anti-Semitic Fliers

According to the statement, fliers containing anti-Semitic hate speech were found around the homes on the 65 and 66 blocks of Del Playa Drive on early March 31.
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Beer Tasting Class HOPS into UCSB

The Rec Cen will be offering Beer 101 between April 9 and May 29.
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UCSB Librarians Strike New Contract with UC Following Several Months of Bargaining

UCSB librarians will begin working under a new contract, concluding nearly seven months spent bargaining with the UC.
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Police, UCSB Administration & Local Government Prepare for Deltopia

As Deltopia weekend approaches, student and local government leaders, UCSB administrators and law enforcement agencies have been collaborating to prioritize student safety.
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RCSGD Celebrates First Trans Week of Visibility

This is the first year the RCSGD has hosted a Trans Week of Visibility.
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Union Alleges Harassment in Unfair Practice Charge Against UC

The University of California’s largest employee union filed charges against the UC system last week for allegedly intimidating and harassing its workers during strikes over the last six months, acco...
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Union Employees Strike Amidst Contract Negotiations

Throughout the day, waves of union employees marched through campus with chants.
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Over 200 People Attend Vigil in Solidarity With Muslims of New Zealand

A common sentiment was expressed throughout all of the speeches: Love will overcome hate and fear.
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Two UC Unions To Strike Next Week, UCOP Calls Decisions to Strike “Unfortunate”

Next week’s strike was initially prompted by UPTE, which represents around 13,000 employees; AFSCME, which represents over 25,000 workers across the UC system, is striking in solidarity.
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Summer Cal Grant Bill Reintroduced to the State Legislature

SB 461 will provide up to nine units of aid per session to students eligible for Cal Grant.
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