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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

Little excerpts of events happening around Isla Vista this week; go out, join your neighbors, and have fun!
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From Idea to Impact: Grassroots Campaign Class To Plant Itself on Campus

The course will focus primarily on developing skills to create momentum and develop tangible action in a community.
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UCSB Greek Life Works To Mend Relationship with Administration and Students Alike After Series of Shutdowns

Ashlock said student leaders within Greek organizations have taken more initiative in fostering relationships with administration.
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Ray Alonso Appointed Judicial Council Chair, Plans To Focus on Accessibility and Empathy

Raymond Alonso was appointed Judicial Council Chair at the Associated Students Senate meeting on Wednesday evening.
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Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright Shares Optimism at Granada Theatre

The event invited Albright to speak about her experience as Secretary of State and her take on foreign policy.
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El Elotero Rolls into I.V. with Food Truck

The popular vendor went viral on Twitter in early January after a student posted about his return, this time from a food truck.
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Ng Is Sole Candidate Remaining in EVPSA Special Election

In a third attempt to elect an EVPSA, Rachel Ng is the sole remaining candidate running to fill the vacant position.
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Zierer Drops Out of EVPSA Election, Ng Now Running Unopposed

At least eight percent of the student body must vote for the election to be valid.
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CalFresh Team Announces Changes in SNAP Benefits Caused By Gov. Shutdown

The UC Santa Barbara CalFresh Team announced this past Thursday that Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits will be distributed early for the month of February, just one of the effects the...
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Senate Votes in Support of Paying A.S. UCSB Employees “Living Minimum Wage”

The resolution demands that the $15 minimum wage be applied to all UC workers, regardless of the number of hours that they work.
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Senate Shows Support of Voting Rights for Non-Citizens in I.V.

On Wednesday, UCSB's A.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution in support of extending voting to non-citizens in I.V. local government.
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Unfinished Business: I.V., State, and National Leaders Praise New California Gun Control Laws But Hope For More

UCSB’s past experience with gun violence oftentimes compels many local leaders and students to be more vocal about their opinions on the issue of gun control.
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I.V. CSD and STESA Finalize Agreement for Resource Center in I.V.

The I.V. CSD finalized an agreement during its Jan. 8 meeting to open a survivor resource center in I.V. in collaboration with STESA, a organization that addresses sexual assault in Santa Barbara.
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Letters & Science Runner-Up Senator Sworn In During Wednesday Meeting

Gabriella Shofet was sworn in as the newest Letters & Science Senator on Wednesday evening.
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Two Candidates Declare in Third Attempt To Elect EVPSA

Two new candidates have declared candidacy for the EVPSA special election, neither of which is the previous candidate of two quarters, Madeline Loudon.
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