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The AS Zero Waste Committee is a student group dedicated to reaching the UC system-wide goal of Zero Waste by the year 2020. https://zerowaste.as.ucsb.edu/


Spring has sprung! What’s happening in Associated Students?


UCSB CAB Alternative Breaks

Shout-out to some hard-working volunteers representing the best of UCSB A.S. CAB Associated Students – UCSB Thank you to @SantaBarbaraBucketBrigade for the opportunity, to Mesa Burger for the delicious food (college students always appreciate a good meal), and Big THANKS to Oprah Winfrey for taking the time to smile with some awesome CABies!


AS Elections are right around the corner! Candidate Forums started yesterday and concludes April 19th! Come on out and hear what future leaders have to say. The audience is also allowed to ask questions.

April 16th: Off-Campus Senators and Student Advocate General (SAG)
April 17th: Collegiate and Transfer Senators 12-12:45pm and Internal Vice President (IVP) 1-1:45pm
April 18th: President 12-12:45pm and External Vice President for Statewide Affairs (EVPSA) 1-1:45pm
April 19th: On Campus Senators 11-11:45am, Uni-Owned Senators 12-12:45pm, and External Vice President for Local Affairs (EVPLA) 1-1:45pm


Mental Health First Aid Training Hosted by UCSB A.S. Commission on Student Well Being – COSWB

Apr 20 – Apr 21 pin
Building 434 Room 147


AS Elections are right around the corner! Last Candidate Forum is toay! Come on out and hear what future leaders have to say. The audience is also allowed to ask questions.

April 19th: On Campus Senators 11-11:45am, Uni-Owned Senators 12-12:45pm, and External Vice President for Local Affairs (EVPLA) 1-1:45pm


Zero Waste Festival: Find Your Point of Intervention

The Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN) is going on a national tour where we are showcasing individuals and organizations who are challenging the linear consumption model from the point of extraction all the way to the site of disposal. Through highlighting the resistance efforts of frontline communities, companies who are taking holistic approaches to manufacturing, water protectors and land defenders who stand for indigenous sovereignty, and lots of other work, we strive to show the many of ways we can intervene in this broken system. Most of all, we want to show that while no one can do everything, everyone can do something. In recognizing people who resist, redesign, repair, reuse, rediscover, and reclaim, we hope you walk away from this event inspired, activated and motivated.
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PLAN has collaborated with the University of California at Santa Barabara’s Zero Waste Committee to hold a repair and reuse fair along with a speaker series featuring national changemakers to speak to their work.

The fair will be on 4/25 from 11am-2pm in Storke Plaza

The speaking event will be 4/26 from 5-7pm in IV Theater 2, Speakers include Junior Walk, Amira Odeh-Quinoñes, Pashon Murray, and Ahmina Maxey.

Sponsored by Finance and Business Committee, UCSB, Queer Commission, UCSB EAB, UCSB A.S CAB, A.S. Student Commission on Racial Equality (SCORE)


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Subversive AS Advocating for the concerns of queer and trans students.

Join Take Back the Night for the annual Spring Rally to combat rape culture and confront issues surrounding sexual assault on the UCSB campus and Isla Vista! Wed 4/18 4-8pm Between Storke Plaza and the Bike Path

Entertaining AS Program Board. Fun and engaging events from open mic nights to films to music festivals.

Check out Spring quarter’s Workshop Wednesdays!

Today’s candidate forums in are 11am: On Campus Senators 12pm: University-Owned Off Campus Senators 1pm: EVPLA Picture from yesterday’s President candidate forum.

EAB is hosting a POP UP THRIFT SHOP at the Isla Vista Earth Day Festival! The event will be Sunday, April 22, from 1pm until 5pm or until they run out of clothes! All items will be FREE with a 3 item limit per person.

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Have your voice be heard and vote in the AS elections on GOLD from April 23-26!

Stay up to date with April’s AS events!

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Holly Mayes will be joining our staff as the Legislative Liaison starting April 23. Holly will move from Bakersfield where she worked as a Legal Support Clerk, providing administrative and legal support to the firm’s attorneys and staff members. Her office will be located in AS Main.

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