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“Why They Were Yelling”: USAS Holds Documentary Screening for UC Worker Awareness

AFSCME is the the largest union of UC employees in California.
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Do Not Consume Romaine Lettuce Harvested Within the County, SB Health Department Says

This includes all kinds of romaine lettuce, such as romaine hearts, heads, boxes of pre-cut lettuce and salad mixes.
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S.N.A.P. Benefits Extended to Hot Foods in 14 Fire-Affected Counties

This hot foods exception applies to 14 California counties, including Santa Barbara.
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UC Regents Release Multi-Year Framework and Budget for 2019-20 School Year

The Regents set aside $86.3 million of the budget to grow California resident undergraduate student enrollment by 2,500 students.
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UCSB Students Create Grocery Rideshare Program to Improve Food Accessibility

The group uses Facebook to facilitate students’ transportation to and from local grocery stores.
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SASA Hosts Town Hall, Focuses on Interpersonal Violence Prevention

SASA representatives set up several verbal agreements with UCSB to increase students’ access to information about interpersonal violence prevention.
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Co-Founder of Black Lives Matter Speaks at UCSB, Encourages Students To Get Involved Beyond Social Media

Cullors, an activist and artist, spoke prominently about the origins of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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Coffee Delivery Service Brews up in Isla Vista

Customers can order 16 oz. of hot or iced coffee for $3.50 and cold brew for $4, according to the company’s Facebook page.
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Editorial | A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate

The decision to publish an editorial is not one the Daily Nexus editorial board takes lightly.
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On-Campus Senator Yasamin Salari Admits to Living Off Campus, In Violation of Legal Code

Salari, a second-year pre-political science major, spoke Wednesday night regarding rumors about her living situation.
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UCSA Releases Demands to UC Regarding UCPath Implementation

UC Santa Barbara began transitioning to UCPath at the beginning of this quarter, hoping to create a more streamlined approach to paying its workers, according to the UCPath website.
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UCSB’s Arbor Now Accepting CalFresh

According to CalFresh Advocate Stephanie Perez, the Arbor is the first store on the UCSB campus at which students can use CalFresh.
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A.S. Senate Rejects Winter Quarter EVPSA Special Election, UCSB Remains Without EVPSA

The Fall Quarter 2018 special election was unable to meet the 16 percent threshold.
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New Hip Hop Classes Bounce Into Campus Next Quarter

Jordan Mitchell knows a thing or two about hip-hop.
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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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