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UCSB student government, student services, advocacy, leadership, volunteerism, and community outreach
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Via The Bottom Line UCSB‏:

At 11:41 p.m., the 68th A.S. Senate was sworn in to begin their terms.

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Don’t miss out - RSVP now at

The Second Annual Isla Vista Conference: The Beloved Community
Learning Through Community Engagement
May 19-20, 2017

Join us for a one and a half day conference where we will work toward our collective understanding of Isla Vista and commitment to our beloved community, by bringing participants together to share our unique perspectives, celebrate the things that make Isla Vista great, and build a shared vision of the future.

The conference will cover a range of topics that matter to the Isla Vista community. It will begin with an opening art exhibit and reception on Friday and continue on Saturday with a variety of sessions that touch on one major theme: learning through community engagement. We will explore this theme through the lenses of equity, inclusion and activism.
Free and open to everyone
Free breakfast and lunch will be provided on Saturday
Friday afternoon: Reception and Art Exhibit
Saturday all day: Workshops and Activities
Interpretation and child care available upon request

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Resilient Love in a Time of Hatred Series.
Monday May 22, 5:30-7:00pm, followed by a reception.
UCSB MultiCultural Center Theater

Documenting Our Community Healing: Responses to the May 23, 2014 Isla Vista Tragedy

Panel of speakers from the May 23, 2014 Isla Vista Memorial Archive project will show photographs from the collection that document the many ways our community came together through planned and unplanned memorial activities to help each other heal. Speakers will discuss community building, student activism, and continued acts of remembrance.

Presenters Include:
Melissa Barthelemy, JD, MA, Doctoral Candidate in Public History, UCSB
Margarita Cazares, UCSB Alumna 2014, MA student in Education, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Aaron Jones, Doctoral Candidate in Education, UCSB, Associated Students Staff Member
Julia Diane Larson, MA, Reference Archivist, AD&A Museum at UCSB, MLIS student SJSU
Spencer Mermelstein, UCSB Alumnus 2014, PhD student in Psychological & Brain Sciences UCSB
Annie Platoff, MS, MA, UCSB Reference Librarian, PhD student University of Leicester, UK
Lauren Trujillo, UCSB Alumna 2015, MLIS student UCLA


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The Bottom Line is now producing bi-weekly Broadcast episodes and segments for the alt-weekly newspaper at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Empowering AS Womxn's Commission

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24/7 AS KCSB-FM. Celebrating 55 years of Independent Community Radio.

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Are You Sure?
Science, Communication, and Uncertainty

Ira Flatow
Campbell Hall
University of California, Santa Barbara
7:30 – 9:00 pm
Thursday, May 4, 2017

Award winning science correspondent and TV journalist Ira Flatow is the host of Science Friday®, heard weekly on Public Radio International, and online. He will explore the challenges and efforts to explain the uncertainty that scientists welcome but the public finds bewildering. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session from the audience.


Contact: Professor Ronald E. Rice,, 805-893-8696

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Keep it safe, keep it local!

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Welcome #FutureGauchos to the UCSB family!

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Coastal Fund's Spring Grant Deadlines!
Our deadline for our Major Grant Application is drawing closer, so make sure to plan ahead.

Major Application due date: April 14, 2017
Minor Application due date: May 19, 2017

Spring is the final funding cycle for the 2016-2017 academic year. Major grant applications are intended for proposals seeking more than $1,000 whereas minor grant applications are for those seeking less than $1,000. To be eligible, a project must further the Coastal Fund mission be overseen by a UCSB department or be part of a registered non-profit or government agency and take place within the Santa Barbara area.

For more information on how to apply and about the funding process head on over to our website at or feel free to contact us at with any questions. 
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