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Senate Shows Support of Voting Rights for Non-Citizens in I.V.

On Wednesday, UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students Senate unanimously passed a resolution in support of extending voting to non-citizens in Isla Vista local government.
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Letters & Science Runner-Up Senator Sworn In During Wednesday Meeting

Gabriella Shofet, a fourth-year biopsychology major, was sworn in as the newest Letters & Science Senator on Wednesday evening after former Senator Joshua Takeuchi stepped down over winter break.
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Newsom Allocates $400 Million to UC System, Aiming To Increase Student Success

Newly-elected Governor Gavin Newsom released his budget plan for California on Thursday, with approximately a $400 million augmentation for the University of California system.
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A Revived Relationship with Food

Miya Herzstein reflects on how studying abroad has changed her eating habits for the better.
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The Personal is Political: My UCDC Experience

Sarah Garrett recounts her experience interning on Capitol Hill for the UCDC program.
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Pursue Your Passion or Please Your Parents?

What if the life you envision for yourself doesn't match up with the one your parents envision for you? Sanya Kamidi searches for a compromise.
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UCSB Drops Blue-Green Rivalry Game, Sits in Last Place in Big West

Coco Miller dropped a career-high 33 points, yet the Gauchos couldn't pick up their first Big West win of the year as they lost 75-67 to the Cal Poly Mustangs.
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Ramsey’s Late-Game Heroics Propel Gauchos to Fifth Consecutive Win

Behind a strong performance by team captain Devearl Ramsey, the Gauchos continued their home-court dominance with a 72-64 win over UC Riverside.
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Under the Scope: 2018-19 Women’s Basketball Big West Preview

The Daily Nexus Sports staff previews this year's tough Big West conference, and picks who they think will come out on top.
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‘Vice’ Puts Dick Cheney On the Silver Screen

“Vice” is a far cry from any other biopic of the time period, and, quite frankly, should not be compared to other dramatizations of political events or careers.
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Artsweek’s Ten Favorite Albums of 2018

In 2018, artists broke down their own personal barriers to share full-length declarations of love, loss and struggle – showing both depth and versatility.
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In Review: Noir by Smino

Although new Smino listeners may be unimpressed by the uncanny composition of different types of music, the stylistic choices Smino made represents the mastery of his understanding of hip-hop and the ...
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UCSB Researchers Help Develop New Technique to Detect Changes in Bone Structure

Our bones constantly form and absorb bone tissue throughout our lives. What becomes worrisome is when we have a progressively greater loss of bone density as we age, which could lead to osteoporosis. ...
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UCSB Researchers Study Diet of Population With ‘World’s Healthiest Arteries’

Researchers have found that the Tsimané people of the Bolivian Amazon have the healthiest hearts in the world. With minimal levels of hypertension and type 2 diabetes, as well as the lowest levels of...
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Improving Shark Sanctuaries

UCSB researchers set out to understand shark movement in the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI), an island nation in the central Pacific Ocean consisting of hundreds of small atolls and islands. I...
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UCSB Associated Students Presents: Fight Night

After years of squabbling over Facebook feeds and Nexus comment boards, Associated Students is bringing its tension to the foreground with an evening of bare-knuckle pageantry.
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Do Not Go Gentle Into That Geed Night

So there have been a lot of rumors and speculation surrounding me and my sorority status. I am HERE to set the masses straight, completely on the record, and a hundred percentile truthful.
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How To Lose a Frat Guy in 10 Days

Frat guys are great … OK, maybe some of them are — jury’s out on the rest. Maybe you get lucky and actually find a decent guy with letters who treats you right, or maybe you don’t. Have you ev...
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In Photos | Blue-Green Rivalry Renewed at the Thunderdome

UCSB was able to defend its home court for the fifth consecutive year against rival Cal Poly, defeating the Mustangs by a final score of 65-56.
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In Photos | College Cup Comes to UC Santa Barbara

Relive the greatest moments of the college cup matches from this past weekend.
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In Photos | Dog Therapy Day: Stay “Pawsitive”

Students flocked to the SRB on Wednesday afternoon for Dog Therapy Day, with the line to get into the event wrapped almost all the way around the building.
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Three Oatmeal Recipes to Warm Your Freezing Soul

The perfect way to start off those cold and gloomy winter days.
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Mexican Hot Chocolate the Millenial Way

Winter is here and it calls for warm drinks all around.
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Birthday Food Traditions Around the World

Birthdays are more than just cakes and candles.
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