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Overview of New A.S. Parties

In the upcoming spring elections, four new Associated Students (A.S.) parties will be participating: Campus United, Peer Action Coalition (PAC), The Response and QutSB (Queer and Trans Student Body). ...
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A.S. Senate Discusses Free Speech Issues, Creation of New Offices

The Associate Students Senate met in the Flying A Room of the UCen Wednesday evening to discuss the creation of new offices, organization funding, free speech issues and a threat of a letter of no con...
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Two A.S. Parties Form in Wake Of OPP Disbandment

Two new Associated Students (A.S.) political parties, Campus United and Peer Action Coalition (PAC), were formed in early February following the disbandment of Open People’s Party.
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A.S. Senate Meets, Discusses Potential Fifth Resignation From Senate Since Last Spring

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday in the Flying A room of the UCen to discuss Senator Dustin Larrazolo’s possible resignation, funding for the Anscombe Society’s debate on marria...
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Senate Considers Situation of On-Campus Senator in University Apartments, More

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday in the Flying A room to discuss an unprecedented situation regarding the status of an off-campus senator who moved to an on-campus apartment.
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Students, Senate Discuss Free Speech Issues

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday in the Flying A room to accept the resignation of two senators, discuss internal matters and host public forum, which included several students call...
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EVPSA ‘Principles’ Draft Calls for Student Input

The Office of the A.S. External Vice President of Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) is now asking for feedback from UCSB students on the content of UC Board of Regents’ first “Principles Against Intoleran...
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution To Support Undocumented Community Members, Amends Legal Code Bill

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday to discuss a bill amending the legal code of an Office of Student Advocacy bill and a resolution asking for “immediate” action in support of tho...
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A.S. Funds Alternative Graduation, Culture Clubs, More

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street Room to discuss funding requests from 11 campus organizations.
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A.S. Welcomes New Senators, Allegedly Violating Legal Code

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate appointed two new on-campus senators, first-year students Reilly Hobson and Batsheva Labowe-Stoll, Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen. Several se...
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A.S. Senate Concludes Reforms on Elections Code, Reports End of Quarter Progress

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen to finalize reforms to the Elections Code and wrap up the first quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Members...
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A.S. Tables Bill Creating Party Oversight

Associated Students (A.S.) Senate voted 13 to 8 on Wednesday to table a bill that would require student political parties to register as Office of Student Life (OSL) groups and abide by judicial proce...
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Students Discuss Bills Vetoed by A.S. President

Two bills concerning student councils and S.T.A.R.K. funds fail to pass at the A.S. meeting The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate met Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen to discuss A.S. ...
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A.S. Financial and Business Committee Allocates Funds to Six Student Groups This Week

The Associated Students Finance and Business Committee (A.S. F&B) met Monday in the UCen State Street room to consider 10 funding requests from nine campus organizations. The committee began its m...
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A.S. Senate Meeting Covers Voting System, Chican@ Studies Minor, Bills

The Associated Students (A.S.) Senate held their weekly meeting Wednesday night in the Flying A Room of the UCen to vote on a bill proposing a single transferable vote, a resolution to endorse UC Stud...
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