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SB County Seeks To Improve Disaster Preparedness

In the wake of the Jan. 9 mudslide that devastated Monetico neighborhoods, Santa Barbara County has unveiled new disaster preparedness policies to improve communication between the county and citizens...
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Court Case Could Bring Financial Strain to Public Sector Unions

Upcoming Supreme Court case Janus v. AFSCME could drastically affect the financial resources of public sector unions, including some of the fourteen different labor unions at UC Santa Barbara, accordi...
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Proposed Calif. Offshore Oil Drilling Faces Opposition

On Jan. 4, 2018, the DOI's Bureau of Ocean Energy Management proposed a five-year plan that would lift former President Barack Obama’s offshore drilling ban that attempted to push the nation toward ...
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Existential Crises and the Quest for Validation

Anjalie Tandon offers an alternative view to the idea that a successful career is essential to form one's identity and purpose in life.
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Hey, Hillary Clinton: I Pegged

Opinion writer Roxie Night details her experience with the often stigmatized sexual activity known as "pegging" and provides several tips for the sexually ambitious.
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Trump Needs to Focus on Cutting the Deficit: An Analysis of the SOTU

Rick Zierer reflects on Trump's State of the Union address and calls on the president to reduce unnecessary spending.
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Gauchos Rout Titans in Home Showdown

A blowout of a victory by the UCSB women's basketball team over Cal State Fullerton earned the Gauchos their second-straight win.
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Baseball Fever: UCSB Begins 2018 Season on the Road

The UCSB baseball team will look to put behind the disappointment of last season as it begins a new campaign this weekend with a three-game series versus San Diego State.
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No … The Dallas Cowboys Are Not “America’s Team”

Sports writer Kendra Jackson shares her opinion on why the Dallas Cowboys should not be called America's Team due to their lack of success the past 20-plus years.
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Tyler, The Creator to Visit UCSB

Multi-talented artist Tyler, The Creator is slated to visit Campbell Hall on March 9 to take part in a conversation with AS Program Board.
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5 KCSB Shows You Should Be Listening to Now

Regardless of what kind of music you listen to, KCSB is sure to have something that’ll tickle your fancy.
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Southern Rapper J.I.D Makes SB Debut at Velvet Jones

As the song ended and the crowd was still moshing, people were cheering in deep appreciation of the immensely talented group of people all standing on stage in conjunction.
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UCSB Selected to Host Its First SASE Conference

The SASE conference and the UCSB SASE chapter provide an unrivaled resource for students looking to embrace the intersectionality of being an Asian American in the S.T.E.M. fields. By providing invalu...
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AWMAT Combines Women in Art with Technology

A three day conference put on by the Alliance of Women in Media Arts and Technology celebrated the achievements of today’s generation of female media artists using technology in their work.
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UCSB Researchers Repair the Riparian Forests

A team of scientists from UCSB and the State University of New York is conducting a series of projects to study how riparian forests located in drought-prone environments are responding to climate cha...
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Del Playa at Risk of Falling into Ocean Spiritually and Physically

Ninety percent of Del Playa cliff erosion is caused by dubstep music and loud bass.
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Valentine’s Day Epiphany: Previously DTF Man Now DTForm a Genuine Relationship

I owe so much to Valentine: he’s looking out for his bros.
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I Asked 30 Girls on Tinder What They Thought About Stamps

What do you think of stamps?
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In Photos: 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Celebrities and media flocked to the Arlington Theatre as the 33rd Annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival hit the red carpet.
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WATCH: A Look Back on 2017

Join the Nexus as we revisit some of the most noteworthy moments of 2017 of UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista.
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In Photos: UCSB Students Bike Through Ash, Prepare for Finals Amid SoCal Fires

Daily Nexus photographers capture the UC Santa Barbara campus and Isla Vista amid raging California fires.
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The Forbidden Fruit

Some suggestions for consuming everyone's favorite household squishy.
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Instagram-Worthy Food Trends of 2018 A to Z

Everything you can expect to be bombarded with on insta #trends this year.
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Sweet Vs. Savory

An age old argument, let your taste buds decide.
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