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Breaking: UCSB To Extend Remote Instruction Through Spring Quarter

Although all in-person classes are canceled through spring quarter, Yang maintained in the email that the campus will remain “open and operational” through spring quarter.
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UCEAP Suspends Over 45 Study Abroad Programs Due to Coronavirus Concerns

UCEAP has been working with both the host universities abroad and the students’ home UC campuses to coordinate course credit, financial aid and all the other lingering questions.
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Students Traveling Over Spring Break Advised Not To Come Back to Campus, University Says

The university is also discouraging all international travel and is urging “extreme caution” for traveling domestically.
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Alternative Deltopia Festival Postponed Indefinitely Due To UCSB Coronavirus Precautions

But with UCSB's decision to move classes online at least through the end of April, the I.V. CSD’s Deltopia-alternative festival will not be held. 
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A.S. To Alter Some Operations; A.S. Administrative, Ticket Offices To Remain Open

The letter added that A.S. can no longer fund any "nonessential" travel at least through the month of April.
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European Travel Suspension Will Not Prevent UCEAP U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents From Returning to U.S.

All University of California students who are currently studying abroad in Europe through the UC Education Abroad Program and are United States citizens or permanent residents will not be significantl...
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BREAKING: UCSB to Transition to Remote Instruction Beginning Tomorrow Through End of April

The campus, including Housing and Dining, will remain open and operational, albeit with limited service, Chancellor Yang said in the email.
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Student Activist Network and Santa Barbara South Asian Solidarity Collective Co-organize Vigil for New Delhi Riot Victims

At UCSB, various speakers made statements about the violence and lit candles for the victims at the vigil. 
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“All Smiles, No Swipes”: COLA Protestors Organize Lunchtime “Liberation” for Ortega Dining Commons

The dining hall occupation was an expression of solidarity with UCSB undergraduate students, 44% of whom experience food insecurity.
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UCSB Student Health Executive Director Explains Coronavirus Protocol and Ongoing Measures

While there have been no reported cases of the virus within Santa Barbara County or at UC Santa Barbara, the university is actively preparing to respond if a case is confirmed on campus.
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“Without graduate student labor, there is no light”: UCSB 4 COLA Rallies as Part of UC-Wide Black-Out Strike

The UC-wide work stoppage started early morning on Thursday; at approximately 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, protesters blocked all four entrances to Cheadle Hall.
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In Photos | Graduate Students Block Entrances, Occupy Cheadle Hall In Fight For COLA

At each campus, COLA movements are urging faculty to cancel all classes and undergraduate students to walk out of any classes that professors didn’t cancel.
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“I think people are just fed up”: COLA Organizers Call For Thursday UC-Wide Work Stoppage As Movement Reaches All 10 UC Campuses

With the launch of a COLA group at UCSF, all 10 UC campuses now have rumblings of COLA organizing on their respective campuses. 
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“We’re monitoring the entire world at this point”: UCEAP Suspends Three Study Abroad Programs Due to Coronavirus

The China study abroad program was cancelled at the end of January; the South Korea and Italy programs were cancelled last week.
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On-Campus Halal & Kosher Food Program Helps Students With Dietary Restrictions

Shofet’s project, created to address halal and kosher dietary restrictions, grew into an established Halal and Kosher Program last spring.
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