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A.S. Funds Aid Humanitarian Efforts

During last night’s Associated Students Finance Board meeting, the campus chapter of the Global Medical Brigades requested $4625.02 from the board’s unallocated funds for medication to be distribu...
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Election Bill Veto Sparks Controversy in A.S. Session

The Associated Students Legislative Council spent the majority of last night’s meeting debating A.S. President Harrison Weber’s veto of the organization’s amended Elections Code. Weber struck th...
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Conflict Arises Over Denial of A.S. Funds

The Associated Students Legislative Council addressed students’ upset about its decision to deny the Student of Color Conference funding during last night’s weekly meeting. Numerous SOCC and Stude...
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A.S. Council Clashes With Permanent Staff

The following is the second installment in a series of articles regarding ethical and legal concerns about recent actions taken by Associated Students permanent staff. With no mention of a name, commi...
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A.S. Elections Investigation Denies Second Student Appeal

Associated Students Judicial Council denied a second appeal from a group of Open People’s Party representatives contesting A.S. Elections Committee’s allegations that members of the party furnishe...
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A.S. Swears In New Representatives

The Associated Students conducted official government turnovers at last night’s Legislative Council meeting, swearing in representatives for the five executive offices and 24 council positions amids...
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A.S. Finance Board Ends School Year

Associated Students Finance Board met last night for the current council’s final meeting of the 2010-11 academic year. Three student groups were on the agenda to request funding from the board, alth...
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Extravaganza Brings Rusko, Cee Lo to SB

Thousands of UCSB students, faculty and staff piled into Harder Stadium yesterday for Associated Students Program Board’s annual Extravaganza music festival. This year’s lineup incorporated a rang...
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Current Council Convenes for Last Spring Meeting

Associated Students Legislative Council instated an expansion of the A.S. Emergency Loan program during last night’s final meeting before government turnovers.
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Council Meets Controversy

Associated Students Legislative Council spent the majority of last night’s meeting discussing funding for College Republicans’ proposal to bring controversial speaker David Horowitz to campus. Aft...
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Students Voice Concerns at A.S. Forum

Associated Students held a transitional forum yesterday in the MultiCultural Center to encourage student feedback about the association’s plans for the upcoming year. A panel of both incoming and ou...
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Accused A.S. Member To Keep Office

Associated Students On-Campus Representative Joseph Lee, who was also elected as a 2011-12 Representative-at-Large, pled not guilty yesterday to four charges in relation to a recent laptop theft.
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A.S. Holds Event to Inform Students About Budget Issues

Associated Students will host a public forum to discuss the state budget and its effects on the University from 4 to 6 tonight in the Student Resource Building’s Multi-Purpose Room. The open event, ...
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Protest Highlights Concerns Over Oil Policies

Associated Students’ Environmental Affairs Board organized a silent walk through campus yesterday to commemorate last year’s Deepwater Horizon oil spill and protest U.S. dependence on foreign oil....
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Legislative Council Discusses Next Year’s Budget

Associated Students Legislative Council spent the majority of last night’s meeting discussing the specifics of their impacted 2011-2012 budget. Next year’s proposed budget contains $284,953 in una...
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