NASA and SpaceX Launch Mission to Crash Spacecraft Into Asteroid From California Coast

Next October, after nearly a year of coasting, DART will intersect with a pair of asteroids in interplanetary space.
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Uncertainty and Stress Is the Norm for Hundreds of Students Living in Hotels

280 students are currently residing in hotels as a result of the ongoing housing shortage.
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Strike Averted as UC Lecturers Reach Historic Deal, Securing Job Security and Better Pay

The new contract, announced early on Wednesday, includes significant improvements to job security, salaries, paid family leave policy and better workload standards, according to the union.
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A.S. Holds Housing Town Hall; University Announces Intent To Extend Hotel Contracts

During the meeting, administration heard out student concerns and announced their decision to extend university housing contracts
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University of California Lecturers Set To Strike This Week After Historic Vote Passes

UC-AFT will strike over the UC’s refusal to bargain over an updated parental leave policy and failure to participate in statutory impasse procedures in good faith.
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UC Lecturers Union To Hold Strike Authorization Vote Over Alleged Unfair Labor Practices Committed by the University of California

UC-AFT said there are two specific unfair labor practices that the union would strike over: refusal to negotiate over the UC parental leave policy and an unfair time constraint included in a UC contra...
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University of California Lecturers Prepare To Strike as Years of Negotiations Fail To Make the Progress They Seek

After three years of bargaining and negotiations with UC management yielded little success, the UC-AFT is preparing for a strike.
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In Photos | Puppies and Pumpkins Event Hosted by A.S. Program Board

The Associated Students Program Board partnered with the nonprofit Love On A Leash to bring therapy dogs and pumpkin painting to Storke Plaza from 1-3 p.m. on Oct. 21.         &nbs...
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In Photos | Santa Barbara Mayor Cathy Murillo Lends Support to UCSB Lecturers on Second Day of Picket

On the second day of pickets, students and faculty alike joined lecturers in demanding a better contract from the University of California. Organized by the University Council-American Federation of T...
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UC-AFT Lecturers Holds Informational Pickets Across UC Campuses for Better Job Security and Pay

The union has been trying to renegotiate lecturer contracts for over three and a half years, arguing that the lack of job security and low salaries are unfair.
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