Leads to the issue of increased enrollment and basic

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Leads to the issue of increased enrollment and basic needs * Headed to SF immediately after UC Regents Meeting Nov 15-16 - UC San Francisco Pre meeting with Student Affairs Systemwide standard of living Funding for monthly travel - UC Undocumented Coalition Campus Resources – Basic Needs and Emergency Housing Best Practice Follow Up on CARE Needs Assessment and Funding for Preventative Education Training UCSA President Remarks “The Student Experience During the Trump Era” - UCSA’s report about the effects of Trump’s election on UC students The launch of Regent Report Cards Pattiz Resignation Per Request: Free Speech v. Hate Speech Tax Bill The UC stated its opposition for the tax bill at the November Regents Meeting! Offline Discussions: I asked Nathan to talk to UCSA’s Board of Directors about systemwide housing projects Talked about the importance of the regent report cards: transparency and accountability Defining the gray area between free speech and hate speech and recognizing the effects of hate speech on underrepresented communities 2:1 Ratio with David Alcocer Scheduled a meeting with Regent Lark , who is new to the UC Board of Regents - Appointed June 15, 2017 Encouraged Regents to attend UCSA Board Meetings and Conferences Regent Lemus showed interest! DRC Call with Pro Staff – Nov. 17 UCSA Pro Staff met with Directors of UC Disability Resource Centers
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I introduced UCSA, its mission statement, and set the tone for a discussion around our 3D campaign this year. Sparked a relationship between UCSC’s DRC Director! I look forward to working with him at a local level, all while exploring different ways we can improve the access and quality of resources to all UC students systemwide.
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  • Spring '14
  • University of California, Santa Cruz, UC Santa Cruz

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