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Editorial | Why Has UCSB Not Addressed Allegations of Severe UCPD Misconduct?

To this day, the student body knows very little about what is happening within the UCSB Police Department. 
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UCSB Grad Students Receive Extended Degree and Candidacy Timelines But Funding Remains Uncertain

Some graduate students are saying that it is unclear how many students — faced with the cost associated with an extra year of study — will utilize this offer. 
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A.S. Senate Passes Resolution Addressing On-Campus Housing Under a Fall Quarter Hybrid Scenario

The resolution, which is positional and only takes a stance on the issue, urges the university to “bear the increased financial consequences of a situation that is essentially out of their control."
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Achievement Unlocked: UCSB’s Gaming Community Adapts to Remote Instruction

While clubs have faced difficulties staying together as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Gaucho Gaming is uniquely positioned to make the leap from in-person to digital social events.
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Close to 1,000 March to Sands Beach for Justice for George Floyd on Saturday

Floyd’s death — as well as the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and Tony McDade — have ignited protests against violence toward Black people in over a dozen cities. 
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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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The Show Must Go On: How Zoom Became A.S. Program Board’s Newest Venue

For the Associated Students Program Board, shifting in-person performances to digital spaces to comply with the state’s stay-at-home orders did not come easily.
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Zoombombing Interrupts Second 71st Senate Meeting in a Row

The Senate now plans to meet this Friday at 11 a.m. and again on May 3 at 6 p.m.
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Isla Vista Census Self-Response Rate Averages Below 50% As of May 26

The results of the census affect a decade’s worth of congressional representation and federal funding in communities.
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UC Fully Divests from Fossil Fuels, Sells $1 Billion in Assets

Going forward, the UC Investments team is committed to growing its investments in sustainable practices such as renewable energy, waste conversion, sustainable agriculture and technology.
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Breaking: UCEAP Suspends All Fall 2020 Study Abroad Programs

Students will not be charged withdrawal or cancellation fees and will have the option to either transfer their applications to the spring or apply for the Fall 2021 term. 
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Daily Nexus | “Best Of” Voting 2020

The Nexus presents its annual "Best Of" voting for 2020!
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As Phase Two Reopening Rolls Out, Santa Barbara County Mandates Face Coverings in Public Starting Tuesday

Residents who do not own face coverings can receive one for free at the Santa Barbara Administration building lobby, the Santa Barbara Health Care Center or the Santa Maria Health Care Center.
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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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