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Student Researchers Union Votes to Authorize Strike, Union Members Optimistic for Negotiations

Rebecca Martin, an organizer with SRU-UAW and a first-year electrical and computer engineering doctoral student, said that the union is currently in a state of determining “strike-readiness.”
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CAPS Overwhelmed With Students Requests, Students Struggle To Get Services

This fall quarter, C.A.P.S. is booking intakes approximately two months after that initial brief assessment because of an increased student demand for C.A.P.S. services and the limited availability of...
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Nexus Explained: Long Range Development Plan, Ocean Road Housing and Munger Hall Housing

The following article is an explanation of the Long Range Development Plan, the Ocean Road faculty and staff housing project and the Munger Hall student housing project. 
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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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DLG Late Night Cancelled Post-Pandemic

Collin Hill, a chef in the salad department at DLG, explained that there used to be two full-time cooks involved in the late-night shift who now help with the dinner shift instead. 
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Uncertainty and Stress Is the Norm for Hundreds of Students Living in Hotels

280 students are currently residing in hotels as a result of the ongoing housing shortage.
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UC Eliminates Testing Requirement in Admissions

All other admissions criteria will remain, following the dropping of the test requirement.
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UCSB Alumnus, IVCSD General Manager Runs for State Assembly in 2022

The UC Santa Barbara 2014 alumnus is centering his campaign around education, housing, childcare and climate change. Presently, he's the first to announce his candidacy.
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IVCSD Presents Alternative Deltopia for the First Time

Now, with spring quarter fast approaching, IVCSD reconvened its Spring Festival Ad Hoc Committee this year to plan for this alternative event in 2022. 
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Man Commits Murder-Suicide at Calle Real Best Western, a Hotel Housing UCSB Students

The university is aware of the shooting and has reached out to the students living at the hotel to understand how they were impacted by the shooting.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

This week’s Vista Point includes events happening throughout December because this will be the last print edition of Fall Quarter 2021. 
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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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IVCSD Holds Transportation Town Hall to Improve Mobility in I.V.

In approximately a year, the board plans to complete its proposal for improving transportation in Isla Vista and present it to the community for input.
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Former UC Associate Vice Chancellors, Campus Architects Send Letter Against Munger Hall to UC Regents and President Drake

The undersigned also said that Munger Hall would be ​the most expensive residential project in UC history. 
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Student Researcher Union Authorizes Strike Due to Lack of Recognition From the UC

The strike vote “does not necessarily mean we will go on strike, just that a strike can be called if circumstances justify,” the Student Researches United-UAW website read.
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