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Student Advocate General: No Endorsement

The Nexus decided not to endorse a candidate for the S.A.G. position.
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Alli Adam for Internal Vice President

The Daily Nexus endorses Alli Adam to be the 2019-2020 internal vice president of the 70th A.S. Senate.
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Vista Point

Check out what's going on in Isla Vista this week.
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Is Studying Abroad All Sunshine and Rainbows?

Autumn Murphy questions whether or not studying abroad really lives up to its hype.
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Beyond Bills: The Power of Paper

Miya Herzstein on redefining "support" through creative and cultural means.
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Unpacking the Napping Fallacy

Melanie Ziment passionately argues her disdain for daytime slumber.
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Struggling Gauchos Look To Keep LBSU Offense In Check

Run support and strong outings from the pitchers will be especially key for the Gauchos as they try to slow down arguably the best offense in the Big West.
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No. 4 UCSB To Face CSUN In Big West Quarterfinals

Although the Gauchos will be coming off a recent slump in form, following a four-game losing streak against No. 1 Hawai’i and No. 5 UCI, hopes are high to finish out yet another strong season’s ca...
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No. 7 UCSB Puts 9-Game Winning Streak on the Line Versus UC Davis

Owners of the best winning percentage in the nation, the UCSB baseball team will be looking to continue their hot start to conference play as they get set to host the UC Davis Aggies this weekend.
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Eight Blazin’ 4/20 Movies

To commemorate this stoner holiday, here’s a list of movies about weed and its related adventures, perfect for a night spent with the munchies.
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Kevin Abstract’s ‘ARIZONA baby’ Is a Mixed Bag

If you like Kevin Abstract’s work, particularly his solo martial, give ARIZONA baby a listen.
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TroyBoi and JPEGMAFIA Shake the Thunderdome

This year, The Warm Up featured electronic music artist TroyBoi and special guest JPEGMAFIA for their sold-out, Gauchos-only event in the Thunderdome.
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There Are Not Plenty of Fish in the Sea

The paper also forecasted “winning” and “losing” ecosystems under warming waters, in which certain regions of the world would experience a loss of fish diversity and availability.
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UCSB Researchers Find Novel Genetic Mutation for Alzheimer’s Disease

A second Colombian family with a novel mutation on the same gene for inherited Alzheimer’s disease had been discovered.
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You’re Just Too Funny For Me

A male friend's opinion adds to a plethora of evidence — both empirical and anecdotal — indicating that men are often perceived as the funnier sex.
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Short Kings Lament: Tall White Man Stealing All the Girls

In 2018, “Florida Man” became a natural phenomenon in pop culture. While not honing in on one specific individual, the term “Florida Man” has been used to encompass the community of strange in...
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Climate Change Motivates Real Estate Investor To Buy Trigo Houses

The entirety of the houses on Trigo Road have been purchased by a local investor, who claims that rising sea levels will turn Trigo into “the new DP.”
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Jesus Endorses Nexustentialism

Jesus has officially endorsed Nexustentialism! Watch this to learn more about what Christ and the angels think of the best satire section on Earth (and heaven).
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In Photos | The Warm Up, with JPEGMAFIA & TroyBoi

The Warm Up and Deltopia take place on the same day each year during the first Saturday of spring quarter.
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In Photos | Deltopia 2019

Daily Nexus photographers captured this year's Deltopia celebrations.
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In Photos | AFSCME & UTPE Hold One-Day Strike

The unions have been negotiating new contracts with the UC since 2017.
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Dumpling Time

How does the Bay compare to LA?
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The People Who Love New Food and the People Who Don’t

Why are Americans intent on eating their way around the world?
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Full Flavor, Low Guilt

Try your hand at one-pan vegan pesto gnocchi with chickenless chik’n.
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