UCGPC President Says Napolitano Meeting Is Not To Negotiate a COLA

Strobel described the incident as a “misunderstanding” and said that UCGPC meets with Napolitano on a yearly basis.
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UC Regents Release Implementation Guidelines To “Generally” Prohibit Outsourcing

According to Andrew Gordon, UC Office of the President (UCOP) spokesperson, the new guidelines are effective immediately. 
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Timely Warning Issued for Multiple Burglaries at Anacapa Residence Hall

The UCSB Police Department is currently searching for the suspect, and did not provide a description of the suspect.
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UC Academic Senate Recommends UC Admissions Continue Requiring Standardized Testing

The Academic Senate supports the use of standardized testing because it is unclear how altering the standardized testing policy will affect the admissions process as a whole.
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A Joint Effort: Cannabis Club Hopes To Build a Community, Educate Students

Cannaclub covers a broad spectrum of the cannabis world and opens the door for students interested in an industry that is oftentimes tricky to access while in college. 
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UCSB Students Mourn the Loss of Kobe Bryant and His Daughter Gianna

At the center of the vigil rested a picture of Bryant and his daughter, a bouquet of flowers and a poster inscribed “RIP #24 MAMBA.”
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Inaugural Director of the Office of Black Student Development Hired Fulfilling BSU Demand

Hylton was selected after a national search by a committee comprised of members of the BSU demands team, as well as other campus leaders.
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Student Documentary “Not One More” Puts a Story of Tragedy in the Hands of Community

The documentary’s narrative is instead established through interviews with politicians, UCSB faculty, psychologists, researchers, first responders and surgeons, giving viewers a previously unseen pe...
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Fifth Suspect Arrested For I.V. Armed Robbery; Additional Suspect in Custody Pleads Not Guilty

The armed robbery, which took place on Nov. 18 reportedly around 10:30 a.m., resulted in the university issuing a “secure in place,” causing some campus buildings to independently lock down. 
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UCSB Community Holds Vigil To Mourn Lives Lost in Ukranian Plane Crash

Attendees gathered under the A.S. Annex on Thursday afternoon, using poetry and candles to mourn the 176 lives lost when a Ukranian passenger jet was shot down in Iran on Jan. 8.
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A.S. Senate Proposes New International Senator Seat

The A.S. Senate introduced a new bill that would add an international student senator seat, the first of its kind within Associated Students. 
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A Blacksmith of Education: UCSB Professor Talks Forging the Tools for Success

With his own life experiences in mind, Rios said he is dedicated to helping others go about their lives in a way that makes them feel supported — and never alone.
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Thirty Meter Telescope Project Now To Be Paused Until February 2020

The project has drawn significant controversy since its groundbreaking in October 2014 and has remained a subject of criticism from Native Hawiians.
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UCSB Police Officer Arrested for Battery and Brandishing a Firearm While Off Duty

The officer is new to the department and had not been cleared for field duty at the time of the incident.
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Hawaiian Activists Speak At UCSB Town Hall, Urge UC Not to Move Forward With Telescope Construction

The panel, hosted in collaboration between the the EVPSA office and the American Indian Student Association, consisted of three speakers who spoke and sang to a packed Flying A Room.
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