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I.V. CSD Budget Sees About $200,000 Increase in Funding for Next Fiscal Year

The total amount of funding the I.V. CSD expects to receive in the 2019-2020 fiscal year is $1,105,921, compared to $898,337 in 2018-2019.
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Regents Vote To Increase Nonresident Tuition By $762

The increase will provide $26 million in revenue to the UC system.
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Proposed Vending Machine in I.V. Aimed at Addressing Food Insecurity in Near Future

The vending machine is intended to operate 24/7 and will likely be located outside the Isla Vista Community Room at 970 Embarcadero Del Mar.
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Police Collaborative Board Breaks Ground With First Meeting

The board would be an outlet for community members to develop an interactive relationship with law enforcement officers to address safety concerns.
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In Photos | AFSCME Strikes For Fifth Time In A Year

The union went on strike after alleging the UC has been responsible for “years of scandal."
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Term in Review: EVPLA Jeike Meijer

Meijer’s term was highlighted by a common theme of community outreach and safety, evident by substantial progress in both areas through multiple projects.
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Term in Review: Internal Vice President Steven Ho

Soon to be former A.S. IVP Steven Ho’s term was defined by strict party lines in the Senate and his ability, and inability at times, to keep a divided room in order.
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Term in Review: Student Advocate General Grecia Martinez

Grecia Martinez overhauled many aspects of the OSA and made a lasting effect on the office, despite a lack of transparency at times in her term.
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Vista Point: Weekly Going-Ons in Isla Vista

Check out what's going on in Isla Vista this week.
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I.V. CSD Calls on UCPD to Hold Community Meeting Following Recent Allegations

I.V. CSD directors voted unanimously to send a letter to the UCPD.
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Term in Review: A.S. President Brooke Kopel

Brooke Kopel's advocacy for all students, combined with her work on other projects on campus, saw her fulfill lofty goals.
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Two Local Businessmen Propose Loop Renovations, Face Community Resistance at CSD

Jonathan Wygant and Terry Huggins are interested in redeveloping the area to increase the amount of affordable housing in I.V. as well as to create more startup/incubator spaces.
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CSD To Change Election Years, Citing Money Saved and Aiming for Higher Voter Turnout

Three positions on the board of directors will now be up for grabs in the 2020 general election, as opposed to fall 2019.
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Contrary to A.S. Elections Night Results, Elections Board Says New SIRRC Fee Did Not Pass

Elections Board noticed a “discrepancy” between the A.S. Constitution and the Elections Code following elections night.  
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Sunrise Movement Holds Green New Deal Town Hall at Santa Barbara Earth Day Festival

The Sunrise Movement SB held a town hall on April 23 to advocate for the Green New Deal and answer questions from the public.
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