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A.S. Senate Weighs the Benefits Of Divesting From Companies

At last night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, the organization debated the financial and moral implications of drawing divestments from fossil fuel companies to provide a more eco-friendly cam...
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A.S. Gains New Senator, Looks Into Proposed Amendments

Associated Students Senate discussed a pro- posal to require mandatory sexual assault train- ing for all Senators along with other updates to the Senate Constitution and swore in a new Senator at last...
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New Resignations Leave More Seats Empty in the A.S. Senate

Four student senators announced their resigna- tion during last night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, adding to a total of nine Senate resigna- tions since the beginning of the year. Former se...
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A.S. To Look Into Lack of Proper Lighting in I.V.

Due to the abundance of nonfunctioning lights and poorly lit areas on Isla Vista streets, safety concerns have arisen within the campus community and Associated Students senators are now organizing ne...
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A.S. Approves Shorter Meetings

Last night’s weekly Associated Students Senate meeting saw the proposal for a resolution that would effectively limit the duration of meetings, launching student senators and executive officers into...
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A.S. To Hold Student-Run Textbook Marketplace

Today at the Annex Lawn, students can directly buy and sell books with other students from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. as part of an innovative Textbook Marketplace hosted by UCSB Associated Students Office of ...
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UC Student Regent Jonathan Stein Discusses University Funding, Proposition 30 with UCSB

Last Friday, UCSB Associated Students hosted a “meet and greet” event with Student Regent Jonathan Stein in the Loma Pelona Center to give students the opportunity to ask ques- tions and discuss t...
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A.S. Senate Discusses New Investments, Debates Financial Affairs

During the Associated Students Senate meeting last night, senators voted against funding for the Chinese Student Association upon recommendation from the Finance Board. They also approved the Investme...
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Associated Students Discuss Hurricane Relief, I.V. Lighting

In contrast to last week’s lengthy meeting, the Associated Students Senate completed business in under three hours at this week’s meeting, which was rescheduled for Thursday to accommodate Hallowe...
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A.S. Funds Aid Humanitarian Efforts

During last night’s Associated Students Finance Board meeting, the campus chapter of the Global Medical Brigades requested $4625.02 from the board’s unallocated funds for medication to be distribu...
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Election Bill Veto Sparks Controversy in A.S. Session

The Associated Students Legislative Council spent the majority of last night’s meeting debating A.S. President Harrison Weber’s veto of the organization’s amended Elections Code. Weber struck th...
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Conflict Arises Over Denial of A.S. Funds

The Associated Students Legislative Council addressed students’ upset about its decision to deny the Student of Color Conference funding during last night’s weekly meeting. Numerous SOCC and Stude...
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A.S. Council Clashes With Permanent Staff

The following is the second installment in a series of articles regarding ethical and legal concerns about recent actions taken by Associated Students permanent staff. With no mention of a name, commi...
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A.S. Elections Investigation Denies Second Student Appeal

Associated Students Judicial Council denied a second appeal from a group of Open People’s Party representatives contesting A.S. Elections Committee’s allegations that members of the party furnishe...
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A.S. Swears In New Representatives

The Associated Students conducted official government turnovers at last night’s Legislative Council meeting, swearing in representatives for the five executive offices and 24 council positions amids...
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