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Ballin’ Workshop Teaches Students Budgeting Basics

“Ballin’ on a Budget,” a workshop which took place last night in the Student Resource Building, tutored students in “financial basics,” such as creating and managing a budget and applying fo...
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A.S. Senate Focuses on Budgets, Deltopia, Other Projects

Associated Students Senate met Wednesday night to review California’s state budget, discuss upcoming events for the quarter, such as Deltopia and examine food budgets for different campus Boards, Co...
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AS Legislation Seeks to Reassign Responsibilities

Legislation is in the works to restructure Associated Students and its governing bodies, with plans to create special committees in A.S. Senate that will be responsible for certain A.S. Boards, Commit...
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A.S. Senate Calls For Sexual Assault Policy Reform

Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution calling on the university to reform certain aspects of its sexual assault policy and discussed the status of the association’s Pardall Road...
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Protesters Express Outrage Over Napolitano’s Exclusive Meeting with UCSB ‘Student Leaders’

Chanting mantras like “Undocumented, Unafraid!” and “Hey hey, ho ho, Napolitano’s got to go!”, UCSB students rallied in opposition to the appointment of UC President Janet Napolitano, who wi...
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A.S. Senate Discusses Pardall Center, IGNITE, Bike Safety

Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting discussed a number of ongoing campus projects and issues, including development of a community center in Isla Vista called the A.S. Pardall Cente...
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Students Attend Conference at UCLA Despite Funding Controversy

UCSB students attended a three-day-long “Students of Color Conference” at UCLA, after students planning the trip struggled to attain funding when some student government officials said money was b...
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A.S. Senators Pass Typhoon Fundraiser, Rush Rest of Meeting

Wednesday night’s Associated Student Senate meeting lasted nearly six hours and covered including a student debt, a strike by unionized UC workers, a proposal for a new California Master Plan for H...
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Proposed Fundraising To Aid Philippine Relief Effort

After Typhoon Haiyan struck the Philippines last week and left roughly 2,300 dead, Associated Students will vote on a resolution to begin a fundraising event that will collect money every day at the A...
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A.S. Senate Discusses Campus Climate, Abboud Proposes UCen Renovation

Wednesday night’s five-hour Associated Student Senate meeting covered a wide array of issues affecting students, from the proposed University Center renovation project to Halloween, as well as matte...
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A.S. Senate Discusses Projector Installation, New Annex, Community Financial Fund

This Wednesday’s Associated Students Senate meeting focused on several upcoming projects, including a $7,000 projector to be installed near the dorms at San Miguel Stage, the Associated Students Ann...
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Associated Students Senate Discusses Halloween, New UC President

Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting addressed a wide range of A.S. projects, including the logistics of Halloween preparation and new developments with U.C. President Janet Napolita...
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A.S. Senate Fails to Pass ‘No Confidence’ Resolution

Associated Students Senate voted down a resolution that would have expressed “no confidence” in new UC President Janet Napolitano’s ability to uphold the university’s mission statement, during...
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A.S. Senate Discusses Voting ‘No Confidence’ in Napolitano

Last night marked the first Associated Students Senate meeting of the 2013-2014 school year, opening the way for students from several campus organizations to propose a resolution criticizing the appo...
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Senators Confirm New Appointees, Listen to New Executives

During Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, senators approved committee appointments for the 2013 – 2014 school year. Outgoing committee chairs introduced their new members to the...
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