UCSB Cancels Women’s Water Polo Season Due to COVID-19 Cluster

The cancellation is response to 10 positive COVID-19 cases on the UC Santa Barbara women’s water polo team.
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Eyes on Your Own Tabs: How Academic Dishonesty Has Evolved in Remote Learning

Students collaborating during exams and accessing “study websites” like Chegg are the most common occurrences of academic misconduct. 
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COVID-19 Surge Reported in I.V. Over Holiday Weekend as SB County Tops Highest Spread in California

Fifty-one new COVID-19 cases were reported in I.V. on Saturday through UC Santa Barbara Student Health alone
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Lea Toubian Elected Next Associated Students President in Special Election

2,045 students voted, or 9.02% of undergraduates. 
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Associated Students Presidential Election To Be Held in Week Two

The election will have a 4% voting threshold, which means that approximately 930 undergraduate students must vote in order for the results to be valid.
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Academic Senate Extends Pass/No Pass Option Through End of Week 10, but Associated Students Pushes for Greater Action

The extension, however, didn’t allow departments to enable pass/no pass options for pre-major or major courses, unlike during Spring Quarter 2020.
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Santa Barbara County Moves Back to Most Restrictive COVID-19 Reopening Tier

This is the first time Santa Barbara County has entered the purple tier since Sept. 30. 
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Prop 16 Failed to Pass. What’s Next for the UC System?

For student leaders on the “front lines” of campaigning, the decision came as a blow for those hoping to bring greater racial diversity to the UC system.
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Victim in ‘Suspicious Death’ at Campus Point was a UCSB Community Member

As of Saturday at 3:45 p.m., no one is in custody, according to Barbara Ross, executive assistant to Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce Dudley.
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“If I get COVID now, I don’t really care”: Interviewing Passersby and Partiers in I.V. During the Pandemic

On June 22, the first day of summer sessions, there were 7 confirmed COVID-19 cases in I.V. By Oct. 1, the first day of fall quarter, there were 239. Now, there are nearly 400.
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White Sworn in as New A.S. President, Flaherty Succeeds Her as Internal Vice President

White, a fourth-year political science major and current internal vice president, was sworn in by Beasley during the Associated Students Senate meeting on Wednesday evening.
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A Guide to the Student Advocate General Special Election

The special election for the Student Advocate General (S.A.G.) position will be held from Oct. 26 at 8 a.m. to Oct. 29 at 4 p.m.
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A.S. President Daevionne Beasley Announces Resignation

According to A.S. Legal Code, the Internal Vice President (IVP) — fourth-year Tianna White — will succeed the office of the president until a special election can be held in winter quarter.
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A.S. Special Election Resumes Following Last-Minute Delay

The recall efforts come five months after a UCSB student alleged that Beasley sexually assaulted him in 2018, which Beasley denies.
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Status of A.S. Presidential Recall Remains Up in the Air after Seven-Hour Senate Discussion

The recall efforts come five months after a UCSB student alleged that Beasley sexually assaulted him in 2018, which Beasley denies.
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