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Circuit of Appeals Upholds Injunction in DACA Case

The 99-page decision supports an earlier court decision from January.
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AFSCME Strikes Come to an End, UCOP Calls AFSCME Strikes “Wasted Efforts”

While the strike did not result in resolved demands, it brought attention to the issues that UC workers face, lead groundskeeper Juan Donato said.
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UCSB Student Exonerated from Relationship Violence Charges After 629 Days

John fought the charge immediately but was suspended for Fall Quarter 2016 and Winter Quarter 2017.
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AFSCME Protests UC’s Lack of Action During Second Day of Strike, Hundreds Show Up in Support

The strikers are fighting for higher wages, benefits and a greater emphasis on equality within the workforce.
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AFSCME Begins Second Strike of the Year

Today’s protests at UCSB were part of a much bigger UC-wide demonstration that encompasses all 10 campuses.
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SB Superior Court Reverses UCSB Student’s Suspension for Sexual Assault

Doe was officially suspended from UCSB in 2016 after Roe accused him of sexually assaulting her on June 26, 2015.
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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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AFSCME Votes to Strike, USLAC UCSB Plans in Solidarity

UC workers went on a three-day strike last May regarding the same issue, drawing the support of several hundred students at UCSB as well as some faculty members.
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Title IX Policy Changes Explained By Student Advisory Board Representative

The UC-wide sexual violence and sexual harassment policy is currently in a formal review period.
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Governor Brown Vetoes “Abortion Pill” Bill

California Senator Connie Leyva originally introduced SB 320 in Feb. 2017.
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UC Commits to Using 100% Renewable Electricity Sources by 2025

The UC commitment precedes Governor Jerry Brown’s signing of Senate Bill 100 on Sept. 10.
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Beyond the Ranking: UCSB Outside Academics

There is more to a university than its numbers; the way that students are supported and included contributes to their academic and professional success.
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UC Regents Found in Contempt Of Court, Expelled Student Allowed to Return to UCSB

The student who filed the complaint, referred to as Jane Roe in court documents, said Doe stalked her on a daily basis after the two engaged in a sexual encounter in November 2015 and briefly dated.
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DACA Recipients Continue To Receive Renewals Following UC Lawsuit

This was the direct result of a federal injunction filed after UC President Janet Napolitano brought a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security.
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