Save the San Marcos Foothills Reaches $18.6 Million Goal To Purchase San Marcos Foothills West Mesa

June 1 was the original deadline for the $18.6 million to be raised; however, following negotiations, the deadline was extended to June 9.
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A.S. Senate Fails To Pass Divestment for Seventh Time in Nine Years

Student speakers from anti-divestment groups like Students Supporting Israel, along with pro-divestment groups like SJP, urged their supporters and members to speak at the meeting. 
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Few UCSB Campus Facilities Reopen in a Slow Return to Normalcy

For some, the re-openings are a reminder of what campus used to be, while for freshman and transfer students, the buildings are a new experience altogether.
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A.S. Senate Vegetarian Bill Delayed After Critique and Controversy

The bill, authored by Senator Taylor Tait, was proposed as a way to promote sustainability and reduce the carbon footprint among students.
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STESA’s 2021 “Chocolate De Vine” Presents Me Too Founder Tarana Burke

Burke was the featured speaker at the STESA event, which occurred virtually over Zoom this year.
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UC Regents Discuss Proposed Tuition Increase Beginning in 2022

The plan proposes assigning a tuition and fee level to each incoming cohort of students and keeping that number flat for six years following enrollment.
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Term in Review: S.A.G. Sarah Danielzadeh

Danielzadeh noted that, ultimately, the role requires a great deal of empathy on behalf of other students and that it is one of the most important traits to have when holding the position.
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Students, Staff and Faculty Participate in Work Stoppage Day To Demand Cops Off Campus

Organized by the North American abolitionist coalition Cops off Campus, the Day of Refusal took place across the United States, including on several UC campuses and other universities.
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UCSB Students March in Remembrance of Victims of Police Brutality

The students began the march with an open discussion at Storke Tower, then walked to Sea Lookout Park to hold a candlelight vigil.
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Isla Vista Party Takes Home Executive Majority, Storke Party Claims the Most Senate Seats

This year’s election yielded the lowest voter turnout numbers in five years.
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Deltopia 2021 Yields Few Arrests, Citations and No Medical Transports

The arrests and citations occurred between April 2 and April 4 during a period of increased law enforcement to curb illegal behavior.
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UCSB Medical Experts Discuss COVID-19 Vaccines and Mitigation in Information Panel

Questions for the townhall were submitted by attendees prior to the panel and pre-selected, then answered by the panelists after the discussion concluded.
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With Lessons From Remote Instruction, UCSB Professors Consider the Future of In-Person Learning

Contrasting opinions about asynchronous teaching styles have led professors to question whether or not they should continue this method of teaching when classes resume in person. 
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Students and Faculty React to the Announcement of an In-Person Fall Quarter 2021

While some are eagerly awaiting the return of in-person learning, others feel that expecting a return to business as usual is premature.
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“Who Guards the Guards:” UC Black Staff and Faculty Organization Discuss the Past, Present and Future of Law Enforcement in Police Panel

One problem brought up by the panel is the trend of police officers living outside of the communities they serve, be it because of financial restrictions or other reasons. 
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