Feminist Studies professor Mireille Miller-Young was sentenced to 108 hours of community service, 10 hours of anger management, three years of probation and was ordered to pay almost $500 of restitution this month after charges prompted by a confrontation between her and an anti-abortion group protesting on campus this past winter quarter.
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Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, the first to be held by the newly elected senate for the 2014-2015 academic school year, focused on the mass shooting that occurred last Friday night in Isla Vista.
The Black Students Union issued a statement this past Thursday calling for Chancellor Henry T. Yang to rename North Hall to Malcolm X Hall, mirroring a similar request made by a group of black students in 1968.
Chemistry professor Fred Wudl, whose team was the first to create an effective organic solar cell, was awarded the Spiers Memorial Award for his 40-year research work on carbon-based electronics.
UCSB religious studies professor Catherine Albanese and physics professor Anthony Zee were recently elected to be members of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences, making them two of just 33 UCSB scholars elected to the Academy since its founding in 1780.