×
Menu

SJP Proposes Bill to Divest from Alleged Palestinian Human Rights Abuses

The student group UC Santa Barbara Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) released a resolution this Sunday calling for Associated Students to divest from companies that contribute to what SJP calls ...
read more

Vista Point: I.V. Goings-On and Freebies This Week

This week's Vista Point includes live music galore from I.V. First Friday to backyard concerts, free vegan food, tree planting and more.
read more

Term in Review: Student Advocate General Josephine Ampaw

The Nexus has compiled profiles of our current elected officials to reflect on their past year in office. Here is a look at the Student Advocate General , Josephine Ampaw, successes and shortfalls thr...
read more

Abusers in Office: Do Wealthy Men Pay for their Actions?

Hannah Jackson decries men in positions of power with a history of sexual assault.
read more

Walking the Tightrope of Ruin: Being Male on Campus

Brian Wheat addresses the life changing consequences of baseless sexual assault accusations.
read more

Pope Francis is not a Progressive Ally

Logan Clements explains the archaic tendencies of the Catholic Church despite Pope Francis' seemingly progressive leanings.
read more

Men’s Tennis in Search of Three-Peat Heading Into the Big West Tournament

Currently, on a 10-match winning streak, the Gauchos will look to extend that while en rout to its third straight Big West Title.
read more

Behind the Seams: SDSU’s Chad Bible Won’t Allow Cancer to Strikeout His Dreams

UCSB junior second baseman Colton Burns believes he understands what has motivated the Aztecs to turn it around this year and his name is Chad Bible.
read more

Gauchos Thriving Off Current 7-Match Win Streak, Hold No. 2 Seed in Big West Tournament

The road to repeat as Big West conference champs begin this week for UCSB who holds the No. 2 seed headed into the tournament.
read more

The Friday Review: Playboi Carti by Playboi Carti

If Frank Ocean can indulge in Carti’s sound guilt-free, anyone can be driven to the pleasure-filled land of production excellency, designer brands and jewelry pieces found on Carti’s tape.
read more

Coachella 2017: In Review

No matter how big you look in that photo, at Coachella you’re a drop in a wave.
read more

‘Raging Bull’ Takes on Violence with Movie Magic

Ultimately, it is the makeup that not only shows the brutal effect of the violence on screen but also traces LaMotta’s life through the 23 years used to account his rise and fall.
read more

Newly Discovered Microorganisms Possess Self-mutating Gene

Paul Blair and David Valentine of UCSB's Marne Science Institute teamed up with UCs and found microorganisms that can self mutant.
read more

UCSB Researchers Find New Causes of Extinction

A group of UC Santa Barbara researchers collaborated on a project combining several disciplines, including ecology, economics and conservation biology. Their objective was to examine and analyze many ...
read more

Research Discoveries Lead to Art of Science Competition

The Art of Science initiative recognizes the creative and experimental nature of science and challenges UCSB researchers to visually communicate the beauty inherent to scientific investigations.
read more

Fledgling Beach Cruiser Gang Terrorizes Campus

Recent police reports suggest that a new biker gang, known formally as The Bitchin’ Beach Crewsuirs, has started to infiltrate the various bike racks of UCSB’s campus.
read more

Fraternity Rituals Explained with Frat Phil

Out of the supreme zesty-ness of my heart, I’ve decided to share some of my hazing methods and rituals.
read more

Film Studies TA Offers Extra Office Hours to Discuss New Zelda Game

The start of the new Spring Quarter brought about the usual chaos of students changing sections, crashing classes and purchasing textbooks. In an effort to combat this recurring calamity, Film Studies...
read more

In Photos: Celeblaze with Us

Isla Vista gets in the 4/20 holiday spirit
read more

In Photos: Holi 2017

UCSB Indus hosted this year’s celebration of the South Asian festival of color on Sunday, April 16th. Students gathered at Storke Field for the colorful event. Photos by McLane Brown and Pei Chi...
read more

In Photos: Deltopia Weekend 2017

The Nexus takes a look at this year's Deltopia, Isla Vista's informal street party.
read more

Udderly Distressed: The Struggles of a Lactose-Intolerant Cheese-Lover

A true dilemma: Do I eat the delicious dairy or do I save myself from pain and suffering?
read more

Carrot Cake: A Taste of Home

Carrot Cake is the cure for homesickness.
read more

Cooking Just Like Mama

Cooking Mama is brought to life.
read more