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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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Tempers Flare and Tensions Rise as A.S. Rejects Divestment Resolution

In a 13-hour debate that lasted past dawn on Thursday morning, students, community members, university staff and faculty members and even police officers attended the Associated Students Senate meetin...
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A.S. Presidential Candidates Present Views on Fees, Student Apathy

Associated Students presidential candidates Jonathan Abboud, Megan Foronda and Patrick “Mac” Kennedy debated issues such as the rising cost of college tuition, combating student apathy, fostering ...
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UCSB Goes to Clinton Initiative

Last weekend, UCSB students took part in the annual Clinton Global Initiative, a conference which is hosted by former President Bill Clinton and invites representatives from 300 universities and 75 co...
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Executive Candidates Debate Party Lines, Local Event Safety

Yesterday, the Associated Students Elections debate forums for the positions of External Vice President of Local Affairs and Internal Vice President took place at the UCen Hub, with candidates debatin...
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Divestment Resolution Conversation Continues To Dominate Senate Meetings

Last night’s Associated Students Senate meeting — which was once again held in Corwin Pavilion to accommodate the hundreds of students in attendance — centered around lengthy discussion of the u...
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A.S. Candidate Debates Debut With Discussion on Community Issues

In the first of several forums leading up to the Associated Students elections this month, candidates for the position of Off-Campus Senator presented themselves to discuss community-related issues ye...
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Divestment Proposal Sparks Nine-Hour Debate, Tabled as Each Side Stands Firm

Hundreds of students attended Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting to debate a resolution supporting divestment from companies accused of profiting from “the military occupation of...
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Associated Students Holds Student-Run Textbook Trade

Haley Kulik Staff Writer   Associated Students Office of the President and Academic Affairs Board will host a Textbook Marketplace this afternoon in Storke Plaza from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., in w...
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Students Address Senate About Racial, Minority Issues at UCSB

  During last night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, the Associated Students Student Advocate General Yoel Haile addressed the campus’s senators with a list of demands from the Black Stu...
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Q&A With Armen: A.S. President Talks About Rally on State Budgets, Prop. 30, Financial Aid

Yesterday roughly 5,000 students from the University of California, California State University and California Community College systems joined forces to protest at the State Capitol in Sacramento, ad...
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A.S. Finance Board Deliberates Campus Organization Funding

Yesterday, Finance Board met and discussed potential funding for 22 clubs and organizations looking to receive financial assistance from UCSB Associated Students. Organizations which requested funding...
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Associated Students Hold Symposium About Violence, Effects on Underrepresented Students

Associated Students’ Student Commission on Racial Equality (SCORE) hosted a conference called “Against the Gun: Deconstructing Narratives of Violence in Communities of Color” on Saturday in the ...
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A.S. Senate Approves Bill To Hold Senators To Their Duties

Associated Students Senate approved a bill aimed at increasing senators’ accountability during last night’s four-hour meeting. The newly passed bill will require senators to complete a form every ...
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