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50 Years, 12 Students and the Takeover That Changed Everything

At the time, North Hall held the mainframe computer for the entire UC system and was considered “the most critical point” of the campus, Rahman said.
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A.S. Passes Three Resolutions in Support of AFSCME Strike, One Which Suspends A.S. Operations in Solidarity

The three resolutions were authored by several A.S. senators.
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Special Election Deadline Extended by One Week Following Low Voter Turnout

The deadline to vote is tomorrow, Oct. 18.
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Runner-Up Senator Sworn in Over FaceTime

Mello was voted in with 19 yes votes, one no vote and two abstentions.
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A.S. Postpones Council Vote for Second Week In a Row

The original vote and the reconsiderations of the vote continued to be split across party lines, with Proxy Luvia Solis abstaining from the vote.
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Judicial Council Slots Remain Unfilled as Senate Postpones Chair Vote

The Judicial Council is made up of one chairman, four members and one advisor.
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Petitions Regarding A.S. Spring Elections Remain Undecided, Judicial Council Unable to Meet Quorum

If the Council rules in favor of Nemeh and Morales, Morales could be reinstated in her position, causing the special election results to become void.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Split EVPSA Duties

The position of EVPSA is currently vacant because the A.S. Elections Board disqualified the then EVPSA-elect, Mayela Morales, in May.
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SAG Martinez’s Domestic Violence Charge Dismissed

She was being tried as a defendant against the People of the State of California and pled not guilty in the domestic violence charge, according to court records.
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All Newly-Elected A.S. Senators Sworn In, Meeting Ends With Full Agenda Unaddressed

The meeting ended just after 5:30 p.m. with more than a quarter of the agenda left unaddressed.
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Divestment Vote Canceled, 69th Senate Meeting Shut Down by ‘Civil Disobedience’

When the dust settled, it was another instance — the fifth time in six years — in which divestment failed to pass at UC Santa Barbara, which remains the only undergraduate UC campus not to have pa...
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BREAKING: Special Election for EVPSA Will Be Held Fall Quarter

Currently “appeals” are in place, according to the minutes, although specifications regarding Morales’ disqualification were not discussed during Monday’s meeting.
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Senate Fails to Vote on Divestment After Senators Walk Out of Meeting

The controversial “divestment” resolution was brought to the table for the fifth time in six years on Wednesday, but 12 senators and proxies didn’t return to the over 10-hour-long meeting after ...
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BREAKING: EVPSA-Elect Disqualified from A.S. Public Office

Elections Board has not yet confirmed the reason for Morales’s disqualification.
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Isla Vista Party Upsets Campus United’s Stronghold on A.S.

Campus United remains dominant in the A.S. Senate, after students elected 14 Campus United candidates and 10 from IVP.
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