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UC C.A.R.E. Directors Discuss Proposed Title IX Changes During Bi-Annual Meeting

The directors agreed to work on a collaborative document that would voice their concerns to UCOP and the Department of Education.
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GSA Votes To Boycott Title IX Student Advisory Board

GSA President Cierra Sorin said GSA voted to boycott the board due to changes in the Title IX selection process among other reasons.
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State Senator Reintroduces Bill to Ensure Medication Abortion Access at Public Universities

SB 24 will be considered in Senate policy committees later this spring.
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UC Responds to Proposed Title IX Amendments

Title IX is the federal civil rights law which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs or activities that receive federal funding.
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Assembly Budget Subcommittee Discusses Current Needs and Future Changes

The subcommittee discussed a variety of UC issues, including funding, student loans and housing.
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UC Regents Release Multi-Year Framework and Budget for 2019-20 School Year

The Regents set aside $86.3 million of the budget to grow California resident undergraduate student enrollment by 2,500 students.
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UCSA Releases Demands to UC Regarding UCPath Implementation

UC Santa Barbara began transitioning to UCPath at the beginning of this quarter, hoping to create a more streamlined approach to paying its workers, according to the UCPath website.
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UC Extends Application Deadline For Students Affected by California Wildfires

Applicants who need an extension must email ucinfo@applyucsupport.net with the same email address used in their UC application.
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Circuit of Appeals Upholds Injunction in DACA Case

The 99-page decision supports an earlier court decision from January.
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AFSCME Strikes Come to an End, UCOP Calls AFSCME Strikes “Wasted Efforts”

While the strike did not result in resolved demands, it brought attention to the issues that UC workers face, lead groundskeeper Juan Donato said.
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UCSB Student Exonerated from Relationship Violence Charges After 629 Days

John fought the charge immediately but was suspended for Fall Quarter 2016 and Winter Quarter 2017.
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AFSCME Protests UC’s Lack of Action During Second Day of Strike, Hundreds Show Up in Support

The strikers are fighting for higher wages, benefits and a greater emphasis on equality within the workforce.
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AFSCME Begins Second Strike of the Year

Today’s protests at UCSB were part of a much bigger UC-wide demonstration that encompasses all 10 campuses.
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SB Superior Court Reverses UCSB Student’s Suspension for Sexual Assault

Doe was officially suspended from UCSB in 2016 after Roe accused him of sexually assaulting her on June 26, 2015.
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50 Years, 12 Students and the Takeover That Changed Everything

At the time, North Hall held the mainframe computer for the entire UC system and was considered “the most critical point” of the campus, Rahman said.
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