Current Honors Students Will Continue To Receive Priority Registration, But Policies May Change for Future Incoming Classes

During the 2020-2021 academic year, it is expected that the Academic Senate will likely re-evaluate priority registration for all eligible UCSB students who currently receive it.
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In a Time of Crisis, Local Food-Based Services Step up to the Plate

Food Not Bombs, the I.V. Food Co-op, the A.S. Food Bank and Manos de Mapaches are contributing to the flurry of local food-based support that has come out of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Half a Century Later, the Bank of America Fire Remains Burned Into I.V.’s Legacy With Help of KCSB Radio Documentary

The hour-long special takes listeners on a dive into the KCSB archives, featuring news coverage of the Isla Vista riots.
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University, Organizations Discuss Voter Registration Efforts as California Primary Approaches

In I.V., registration numbers have peaked at 13,000 registered voters during presidential election years.
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Hopping Off: HOPR Bike Program Decides to Leave Campus

The bike share service arrived in the area a little over a year ago in early September, after partnering with UCSB for a three-year contract.
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UCSB’s First Mental Town Hall Focuses on Accessibility, Community Engagement

The town hall was organized by the A.S. Office of the President and UCSB’s Mental Health Task Force.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution in Support of Rolling Over Leftover Meal Plan Swipes

The resolution is positional, meaning that it encourages UCSB Housing, Dining & Auxiliary Enterprises to implement these ideas to ensure students’ meal swipes are not wasted.
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How Isla Vista Businesses Survive the Long Winter

Running an Isla Vista storefront is not all lattes and catchy names — businesses can be forced to hibernate for long stretches at a time when UC Santa Barbara is not in session.
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Proposing a Ban on Toxic Herbicides Use at UCSB, UC System

The resolution was authored by On-Campus Senator Austin Foreman and Off-Campus Senator Tianna White.
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Global Ambassador Program Helps International Students Adjust to Life at University

The opportunity to mentor gives experienced students the chance to gain skills in an increasingly global world.
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Research Recruitment App To Launch at UCSB This Fall

Not only will Ugig benefit UCSB researchers, but it can grant students an opportunity to find, participate and profit from studies on a straightforward platform.
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