The Davidson Library Addition and Renovation Project is ahead of schedule, set to be complete November 2015 with increased computers, outlets, information technology resources and study spaces.
UCSB students who appear to be typical college students, but are in fact refugees, shed light on the difficulties that led to their decision to flee.
Eleven fact or fiction questions for your guessing pleasure.
Balancing college courses and new extracurricular activities is hard enough as it is, but living with one, maybe even two roommates for the first time can add a whole new layer of stress. To help our freshman readers, the Nexus news staff interviewed five former and current Resident Assistants (RA) for advice on navigating dorm life. […]
The Nexus sits down with Lt. Plastino, EVPLA Paola Dela Cruz, Debbie Fleming and James McKarrell to discuss the deputy’s role in Isla Vista.
“No one should be denied their fundamental basic human rights because of their sexuality,” Alagie Jammeh posted on Facebook in September 2014. By November of that same year, Jammeh found his world crumbling around him.
Santa Barbara community members held a rally Wednesday at the Goleta Valley Community Center (GVCC) calling on California Governor Jerry Brown and the State Lands Commission (SLC) to deny energy company Venoco, Inc.’s application for a permit to drill fossil fuel off the Santa Barbara coast, which would entail sending oil through the same pipeline that leaked on May 19, causing the Refugio Oil ...