Students Frustrated by Modified Unit Cap for Class Registration

The policy also prevented all students from achieving full-time status — which requires a minimum enrollment of 12 units — until their second registration period.
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UCSB Predicts Declining Cases, Low Classroom Transmission with In-Person Return

Multiple UC campuses said that the low risk of transmission within the classroom was a factor in their decision, claiming that there were low or no instances of transmission during Fall Quarter 2021.
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Black Women’s Health Collaborative Launches Community Gardening Project

Around 20 students congregated to establish plants in two raised beds provided by the church and that is solely dedicated to Black community members in Isla Vista.
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Students Required to Get Boosted, Tested Prior to Returning to In-person Instruction

Completion of boosting and testing requirements will update students’ Clearance Badge.
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Abolition Activist and Scholar Angela Davis Accepts Medal for Social Transformation

The medal honors activists who have made notable accomplishments toward achieving racial equity. 
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Chancellors Get Pay Raise: Recap of UC Regents January 2022 Meeting

Here are the most important takeaways from the University of California Board of Regents’ first meeting of 2022.
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Interdisciplinary Humanities Center Hosts Annual Event Series, Themed “Regeneration”

The Public Event Series brings together academic and creative voices of national and international stature across humanities fields to address topics of broad social concern. 
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GUSD Keeps Schools Open Amid Omicron Winter Surge

Isla Vista Elementary School and the rest of Goleta Union School District (GUSD) serve just over 3,500 students at nine schools.
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Isla Vista Food Co-Op Celebrates 50 Years, Reflects on the Pandemic

The co-op lists its visionary goals – environmental stewardship, economic resilience, community advocacy and healthy food for all – that it aims to balance with the demands of running a viable bus...
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UC Leadership Affirms Support for DACA Program

The chancellors’ letter described both the sizable presence that DACA participants have across UC campuses and the value they bring as students, employees and community members.
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Texas Court Ruling Puts Future of DACA Program in Jeopardy

An estimated 4,000 undocumented students are enrolled across UC campuses, according to 2020 data.
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RCSGD Vigil for Trans Day of Remembrance Mourns Deaths From Transphobic Violence

The event marked the university’s first on-campus event dedicated to Trans Day of Remembrance. 
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Historian Annette Gordon-Reed Speaks About the History of Race and School Segregation in Texas

The Pulitzer Prizing-winning author promoted her latest book about the historical significance of Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating slave emancipation in the United States.
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UCSB Hosts Eighth Día De Los Muertos Celebration

This marks the eighth celebration of Día de Los Muertos at UC Santa Barbara, which began in 2014 when a group of Latinx faculty members founded the Latinx UCSB Networking Association. 
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UCSB Limits Number of Units Students Can Enroll in At Each Pass Time

Students may now only enroll in a maximum of 10 units during pass 1 — the initial registration period — followed by a maximum of 15 units during pass 2 and 21 units during pass 3.
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