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Out With the Old, In With the New: 2013-14 A.S. Executive Officers Assume Roles

After officially adjourning the final meeting of the 2012-13 Associated Students Senate, senators and Executive Officers for the 2013-14 school year were sworn into their respective offices on Wednesd...
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A.S. Execs Give Reports, New Officers Sworn In

At the final Associated Students Senate meeting for the 2012-2013, all five of this year’s executive officers delivered their final reports and reflections regarding their time in office and the Sen...
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A.S. To Swear In Next Year’s Executive Officers

With an OPP Election Sweep Last Month, the Winning Candidates Prepare to Take Office Associated Students Senate will swear in the elected student officials for the 2013-2014 school year at their week...
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A.S. Senate Approves Budget for 2013-2014

During Wednesday night’s 12-hour Associated Students Senate meeting, Senators approved A.S. budget allocations for the 2013-2014 school year. Due to a $50,000 cut in the fund for Boards, Committees,...
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A.S. Senate Meeting Fails to Pass Revised Divestment Resolution With Close Votes

A revised resolution aimed at divesting from companies that “profit from the military occupation of Palestine” failed to pass — despite a 12-11-1 vote — after it was reintroduced during Wednes...
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Associated Students COSWB Holds Event to Promote Improvement of Student Diets

The Associated Students Commission on Student Well Being is hosting a lecture and dinner in the Loma Pelona Center this evening to inform students about healthy eating habits. The event is intended to...
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Senate Dismisses Revised Divestment Resolution

Associated Students Senate voted to remove a revised version of a resolution calling for divestment from companies supporting the military occupation of Palestine from the agenda during last night’s...
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A.S. Affirms UC Prison Divestment, Addresses Internal Struggles Within Senate

During Wednesday’s Associated Students Senate meeting, Senators unanimously passed a resolution that calls for divestment of UC funds from the prison industrial complex and addressed issues of clima...
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Abboud Named A.S. President for 2013-14 as OPP Sweeps Elections

COSWB, The Bottom Line Secure New Lock-in Funding;  All Existing A.S. Fees Reaffirmed [[UPDATED]] Emotions were high Thursday night as Associated Students election and fee results were announced in...
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A.S. President Invites UC Board of Regents to Host Meeting at UCSB

Associated Students President Sophia Armen drafted a letter to the UC Board of Regents on Friday, requesting that the board hold their next meeting at UCSB. In her letter, Armen called on University o...
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A.S. Senate’s Meeting Discusses Library Renovations, Nonprofits, Divestment Resolution

During last Wednesday’s six-and-a-half-hour Associated Students Senate meeting, Public Forum speakers addressed renovations to Davidson Library, a nonprofit called Swipes For The Homeless and last w...
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Candidates Discuss Student Conduct, Compete for Advocate General Position

In the last candidate forum before elections next week, Jorge Villela and Kristian Whittaker took part in a debate for the position of Student Advocate General, discussing topics such as the Conduct B...
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A.S. Commission on Student Well Being Hopes to Expand Services With New Student Lock-In Fee

Next week’s Associated Students election ballot will include a new lock-in fee initiative of $1.03 per undergraduate per quarter to support the A.S. Commission on Student Well-Being, an organization...
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TBL Continues Campaign for Student Lock-In Fee

Next week’s Associated Students elections ballot will include a proposal for a $1.69 per quarter student lock-in fee in support of The Bottom Line, A.S.’s weekly campus newspaper. The organization...
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A.S. Candidates Debate, Voting Starts Next Week

The candidates for the position of Associated Students External Vice President of Statewide Affairs debated a number of issues such as lobbying legislators during yesterday’s A.S. elections forums a...
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