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On-Campus Senator Candidates Talk Platforms

Candidates running for on-campus senator positions on the A.S. Senate took the stage on Thursday in the Hub to present their qualifications.
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A.S. Internal Vice President Forum: Ho vs. Pimentel

Candidates for the position of Associated Students Internal Vice President took the stage Tuesday afternoon to answer questions about their qualifications and goals for the position.
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Collegiate, Transfer Senator Candidates Talk Platforms

Candidates running the collegiate and transfer senator positions gave their platforms at a candidate forum at the Hub on Tuesday.
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I Hate Your “Pussy Grabs Back” Shirts

Katherine Chen sheds light on some of the flaws of the modern feminist movement.
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A Case for the NewCen: It Is Time for Change

Luke McCrary provides a case in favor of the NewCen project.
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Ole Gaucho’s Gotta Go

Aside from simply redressing Ole to resemble a true gaucho, negating this whole mess, we could try something new. Retire the old gaucho and let the Mapaches take the reins.
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No. 12/5th-Seeded Gauchos Eliminated From Big West Tournament

UCSB's postseason hopes were dashed as fourth-seeded CSUN bested the Gauchos in four sets. Santa Barbara ends the season at 11-13 overall.
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Gauchos Look To Take Command of Conference Heading to UC Davis

The UCSB baseball team (17-15-1) will finish up its last leg of a seven-game road trip against the UC Davis Aggies (10-21) that has seen the Gauchos garner a 2-2 record so far.
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Final Set: Chase’s Newfound Passion Beyond the Court

Senior Chase Masciorini has had an up and down career as a Gaucho both on and off the court however in his final year he has found new passions to help inspire him lead a more fulfilling life.
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Julia Feldman Wants to Make a Mark

Through her pursuits of music, feminism and environmentalism, Feldman is trying to save the world.
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Alt-J and Børns Breeze Through Santa Barbara Bowl

Since their emergence into the world of music six years ago, alt-J has grown from a small college band in Leeds to an internationally known indie sensation admired by many.
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Worst to Best: Artsweek Ranks Wes Anderson Films

With his ninth film, “Isle of Dogs,” hitting theaters this weekend, the esoteric auteur’s filmography could end up becoming one of the most celebrated in American cinema.
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The Children Are Preparing for the Future

As climate change continues to alter ecosystems, many organisms have had to adapt in order to overcome fluctuations in their environment. It is important to understand the mechanisms in which organism...
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UCSB Researchers Advance Coral Restoration

Corals are in rapid decline on many reefs due to global stressors associated with climate change, such as increasing sea surface temperatures that cause coral bleaching and disease, as well as local s...
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Sounds of Eruptions Used to Describe Volcanoes

A new case study done by a team of international scientists led by UC Santa Barbara geophysicist Robin Matoza examined data from the 2015 eruption of the Calbuco volcano in Chile using a network from ...
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Looking to Get Stressed Out? Here Are Some Natural Disasters UCSB Could Maybe Face

Murphy’s Law states, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.”
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I Don’t Know What Chancellor Yang Does Exactly and at This Point I’m Too Afraid to Ask

Am I comparing Chancellor Yang to McDonald’s? Yes. I love McDonald’s.
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University to Replace C.A.P.S. with New Subway

This week the university announced plans to eliminate Counseling & Psychological Services (C.A.P.S.) and replace it with a new Subway. “We have made the executive decision that three Subways in ...
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In Photos: UCSB PRIDE Drag Show ft. Trixie Mattel

The Associated Students Queer Commission hosted this year's Pride Week at UC Santa Barbara which included a drag show at Campbell Hall. Below our photographer captured some of the scenes, including  ...
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Campus Comment:Students Perspective on Finals Week

The Daily Nexus is excited to announce the revival of Campus Comment! Campus Comment was originally a short column in the print paper with student commentary about campus life and Isla Vista. Today, t...
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In Photos: Daily Nexus Winter Festival

The Daily Nexus Winter Festival offered students a breather from midterms and moody weather.
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Chill Out: A Guide to this Summer’s Coolest Foods

Don't sweat it, these foods and drinks will keep you cool during the hot summer months.
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Reduce! Reuse! Reinvent the Way You Treat the Environment!

Cut down on food waste and do your part for Earth Day.
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Feeling a Little Chill: Spice Up Your Life with the Scoville Scale

Can you take the heat?
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