UCSB Student Organizes March Through I.V. To Call for Justice for George Floyd

Students plan to march from Storke Tower to Sands Beach via Del Playa Drive beginning at noon.
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Ramadan During a Pandemic: Muslim Students Reflect on Experiences at Home, in Isla Vista

Physical distancing requirements have made this Ramadan different from many students’ childhood celebrations. 
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A.S. Elections Board Outlines Remote Instruction Procedures for Recall Petition, Election

Two-thirds of the 71st Senate must vote in favor in order for a recall election to be held in Fall Quarter 2020. 
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Study Hall Bar Open Thursday Night In Violation of County and State Health Order

Study Hall did not answer multiple phone calls made late Thursday night while the business was still open. 
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Swearing in of 71st A.S. Senate, A.S. Executives Overshadowed by Recall Fight Against President Beasley, Zoombombing

Despite the controversy about Beasley during the 70th Senate meeting, his swearing in came and went with little fanfare.
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UCSB Student Says A.S. President-Elect Sexually Assaulted Him in 2018

The President-elect currently serves as the external vice president for statewide affairs and is scheduled to be sworn in as A.S. president on Wednesday.
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UCSB To Conduct Summer Sessions A, C, D and E Through Remote Instruction, No Decision Made On Later Sessions Yet

Some summer courses are traditionally held online each summer, but with the transition to fully remote instruction, courses designed to be taught in-person will now have to be adjusted to online as we...
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UCEAP Suspends All Spring and Summer Study Abroad Programs

It’s unclear how many students are still currently abroad, either due to travel restrictions or their personal desire to stay abroad.
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SB County To Shut Down Isla Vista Beaches During Deltopia Weekend

According to the press release, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office will be enforcing the closure. 
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Businesses in I.V.: What’s Open, What’s Closed

This information is based on what employees at each business said as of April 20, around 8 p.m.
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Should I Stay or Should I Go? UCSB Students Grapple With I.V. Leases After University Recommends Moving Home

Isla Vista Tenants Union lawyer Robin Unander is working with the university to send a memo to UCSB students about their housing options.
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All Five UCSB Students Test Negative For Coronavirus, Remain Under Quarantine

The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department said the remaining test results would come back by Wednesday at the latest. 
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Breaking: UCSB To Extend Remote Instruction Through Spring Quarter

Although all in-person classes are canceled through spring quarter, Yang maintained in the email that the campus will remain “open and operational” through spring quarter.
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UCEAP Suspends Over 45 Study Abroad Programs Due to Coronavirus Concerns

UCEAP has been working with both the host universities abroad and the students’ home UC campuses to coordinate course credit, financial aid and all the other lingering questions.
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European Travel Suspension Will Not Prevent UCEAP U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents From Returning to U.S.

All University of California students who are currently studying abroad in Europe through the UC Education Abroad Program and are United States citizens or permanent residents will not be significantl...
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