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BLM Co-Founder Alicia Garcia To Speak at UCSB

Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza will be the keynote speaker for the “Black Liberation: The Rose That Grew From Concrete” event on Wednesday evening, during which she will be sharing her...
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Navpreet Khabra Announces Write-In Candidacy for A.S. President

Navpreet Khabra, a third year Asian-American studies major, announced her campaign for Associated Students president as a write-in candidate this Sunday.
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Healthcare Scheme Steals Nearly $12 Million From UC System, Student Personal Information

The UCOP announced Thursday that the university has uncovered a fraudulent scheme that has stolen almost $12 million through the student health plan.
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Pope Francis is not a Progressive Ally

Logan Clements explains the archaic tendencies of the Catholic Church despite Pope Francis' seemingly progressive leanings.
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Jack Tannenbaum for Student Advocate General

Though he is running unopposed, the Nexus believes Tannenbaum demonstrates the necessary character and goals for the position.
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Jasmine Sandhu for A.S. Internal Vice President

Jasmine Sandhu, having served on A.S. Finance and Business Committee, Committee on Committees and Senate, looks to be a fit replacement for Natalie Jordan, the current IVP.
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No. 42 UCSB Topples Rival Cal Poly 5-2, Clinch No. 1 Seed For Big West Tournament

UCSB secured its 10th straight Big West conference victory after defeating green rival Cal Poly in the regular season finale on Saturday.
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Women’s Tennis Wins Final Seven Games of Regular Season After Defeating Cal Poly 4-1 in Finale

In the final match of the regular season, the No. 48 UCSB women’s tennis team was able to beat the rival Cal Poly Mustangs at home by a final score of 4-1.
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Gauchos Take Two From Long Beach To Maintain Conference Standing

After a loss in game one, the Gauchos rallied to win games two and three to help keep them in the race for a Big West championship.
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Travis Scott’s Birds Eye View Soars Over SB Bowl

Scott, as a performer, was up to his usual standard, as he screamed every lyric with ease and moved quickly around the stage with high energy.
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Two Door Cinema Club Brings Spring to Santa Barbara

Jack Garratt, Grouplove and Two Door Cinema Club used their enthusiastic presences to entertain an amphitheater of dancing wine moms, and college kids who wanted to re-live their Tumblr indie years.
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‘Edge of Seventeen’ Showcases Realistic Teen Angst

With her character’s personal problems well established, Steinfeld is able to convey the struggles experienced by average high school students, showing passionate emotions on screen.
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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.
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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 ...
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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.
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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.
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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...
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When Your Roommate Leaves for the Weekend: Expectation versus Reality

In college, having a room to yourself is a rare and treasured occurrence. Often, however, the reality doesn’t live up to your glorious weekend plans.
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In Photos: Celeblaze with Us

Isla Vista gets in the 4/20 holiday spirit
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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...
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In Photos: Deltopia Weekend 2017

The Nexus takes a look at this year's Deltopia, Isla Vista's informal street party.
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Drag so Fab but Brunch Missed the Punch

The Goodland Hotel hosts brunch and it serves up a sizzling show and a lukewarm meal.
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Starbucks Gets Mythical with the Unicorn Frapp

The limited-edition drink is only here until April 23, so don't miss out!
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VIDEO: Munch Munch Pass Edible Taste Test

Chocolate, Soda, Pretzels, Gummies -- meet 4/20. On The Menu brings you a taste test of the dankest edibles in the land.
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