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UC Santa Barbara researcher introduces “Scholars for Ukraine”

Through fundraising efforts, Scholars for Ukraine helps provide resources for these groups to distribute food and medical supplies, mobilize doctors and provide assistance to refugees. 
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Ten Students and Staff Members at UC Santa Barbara Receive Distinguished Fulbright Award

The Fulbright Program partnered with over 140 countries and granted its awards to over 400,000 students, teachers and professionals.
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UCSB community protests for women’s rights in Iran following death of Mahsa Amini

Amini’s death has sparked international protests and online dissent under the hashtag #Mahsa_Amini.
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Cooper Housing Institute awards $50,000 to UCSB to launch new Housing SAdvocate Program and support Housing Voucher Program

The nonprofit foundation, founded in 2018, has supported various campus programs in the past that tackle issues of student housing availability.
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Suspended during pandemic, student housing guarantees won’t return until more housing is added

Testimonials on the 2&2 program’s website underlined its importance to the student community.
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UCSB researcher arrested for alleged child pornography possession had prior felony conviction, is now on leave and banned from campus

Peterson was arrested in Carpinteria, at a house he did not reside in, for alleged possession of control child pornography and booked with a $50,000 bail, per police records obtained by the Nexus.
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UCSB’s College Bowl team: The ‘dark horse candidate’

Schuyler Capita reiterated that the group’s close friendship remained an asset throughout the trivia process. 
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UCSB researcher charged after UCPD found child pornography found on work computer, remains employed by university

Three months after his arrest, the researcher is still employed by UCSB.
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C.O.D.E. and students express discontent with changes to DSP notetaker program

UC Santa Barbara’s disabled students program peer notetaking services program will still be available for students who cannot utilize the university’s adaptive technology options.
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University of California program works with California’s Secretary of State to increase voting

The resolution is a part of a historical partnership with the office of the Secretary of State to expand voting access and bolster voter participation among UC staff and students.
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Santa Barbara Board of Supervisors votes unanimously to sue UCSB over housing shortfall

The board of supervisors’ decision follows months of attempted mediation between the two parties.
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UCSB moves away from disabled student notetaker program; shifts to “adaptive technology solutions”

UCSB instead opted to promote what they describe as “adaptive technology options” such as using a Smartpen or Glean.
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Interactive Learning Pavilion nears completion

The Learning Pavilion is still on track for occupancy in Spring Quarter 2023.
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UCSB hosts free children’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic; Set to give second doses this week

The center gave its first doses on July 27 and will administer second doses of the vaccine on Aug. 24 between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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Resources for Marginalized Students

Each community’s resource list is separated into services and centers from UC Santa Barbara, campus student organizations, housing options and academic options and resources.
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