Term in Review: A.S. President Tessa Veksler

Veksler cited internal growth in Associated Students (A.S.) and the connection between communities on campus as highlights of her term.
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UC News

San Diego Police officers stormed the Gaza Solidarity Encampment on UC San Diego’s campus on Monday morning, dismantling the encampment and arresting roughly 64 people.
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A.S. President discusses MCC signage, her presidency in light of campus climate

Tessa Veksler spoke with the Nexus regarding the university’s response to the MultiCultural Center (MCC) and events that followed.
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A.S. Elections conclude with 22.26% voter turnout

The 2024 UC Santa Barbara Associated Students Spring General Election concluded on April 26, with the Associated Students Elections Board releasing live results in person in the University Center Hub.
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“Monkey Man”: a politically charged action debut

The directorial debut of actor Dev Patel moves with confidence and tenacity, making it a refreshing addition to the action genre.
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UC News

A weekly recap of news highlights from the nine University of California campuses.
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UCSB S.E.A.L. Memorial Scholarships open until April 21

The scholarships will apply for the next academic year.
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UC News

A weekly recap of news highlights from the nine University of California campuses.
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Santa Barbara County, UCSB reach settlement on student housing lawsuit

The settlement releases all claims by the County under the 2010 Long Range Development Plan and dismisses the 2022 lawsuit. 
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Petition to recall A.S. President Tessa Veksler released

The petition requires 10% of the previous year’s election voters to sign to be presented to the A.S. Senate for ratification
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A.S. members allege Senate pro-tempores of misconduct and harassment

A statement alleged behavior violating the UCSB Student Code of Conduct, including harassment, intimidation and suppression of the voices of Senators and Associated Students (A.S.) members
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UC launches Climate Resilience course

The course will be taught at UCSB by environmental humanities professor Ken Hiltner and environmental studies assistant professor Summer Gray. 
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UC News

A weekly recap of news highlights from the nine University of California campuses.
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UCSB cuts down 50-year-old tree at campus bus loop due to falling branches

Campus will replant another new tree at an unspecified date.
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Students for Justice in Palestine hold die-in for Rafah

Over 50 SJP members and allies rallied before the UCSB library on Feb. 21 at noon.
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