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Food, Nutrition, and Basic Skills Program to Begin Hands-On Cooking Classes in Winter 2019

The first class is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 15.
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Kaplan Ends UCen Contract, UCPD Eyes Vacated Space

The company’s lease officially ended Oct. 31, although they decided in September not to renew it.
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SBC Residents Demand Police End Cooperation With I.C.E. During Annual T.R.U.T.H. Act Forum

Sheriff Brown emphasized during the forum that the prison release dates were public in accordance with state law.
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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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Are You a Murderer or a Sexist? Choose One

Annabel Li discusses the dichotomous nature of the abotion debate.
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Ramsey Dazzles in Overtime as Gauchos Win in Heidegger’s Return

The Gauchos passed their toughest road test of the year with flying colors as they took down Rice University 99-89 in overtime.
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UCSB Travels to Rice, Looks to Bring Win Percentage to .800

The Gauchos face their toughest road test yet as they travel to Houston, Texas to take on Rice University.
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Collaboration With the Competition: Student Journalists Weigh in on College Cup Teams

The Daily Nexus staff received contributions from three of the four universities in the College Cup school newspaper to help us better understand these teams.
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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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Tracks of the Month: November 2018

Every month, Artsweek collects a handful of newly released tracks that highlight the best musical moments of the past 30 days. Check out some of the hottest cuts released in November 2018.
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Tune Into ‘FM!’, Vince Staples’ Newest Project

Despite claiming that FM! lacks any particular concept, the illusion of an afternoon radio station makes this album unique, and certainly leaves the listeners tuned in.
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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 Researcher Studies Optimization of Wind Farm Performance

As pressure mounts to find and use cleaner sources of energy, harnessing wind power has become increasingly common. But while wind turbines may be a large prospective source for generating electricity...
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Gaucho Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Holidays from us at the Nexus! We here at Nexustentialism know how difficult it can be to get some good gifts for your friends and family here at UCSB, so we thought we’d do you a solid and te...
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If Loving You is Wrong, Lock Me Up: An RA Love Story

First-year Greg Pitkis made breaking news this week after it was revealed that he and his RA, Emily Robinson, have been carrying on an illicit romance. A close source told the Nexus that Pitkis first ...
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UCSB Bans Bikes to Increase Bird Traffic

In a completely unsurprising turn of events, UCSB has decided to ban the use of bicycles on campus bike paths to allow room for Bird scooters, now the preferred method of transportation for UCSB stude...
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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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In Photos: The Edible Campus Program, featuring Jack Johnson & Henry Yang

The Edible Campus Program, under UCSB Sustainability, celebrated today the groundbreaking of their new community field – The UCSB Edible Campus Program Student Farm.  UCSB alumni Jack & Ki...
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Don’t Nog It ‘Till You Try It

"A big, red flag screaming 'SALMONELLA' popped up in my mind when I learned how eggnog was made."
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10 Trader Joe’s Holiday Items You Need to Try

Stock up before they disappear until next year!
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A Meal Guide for College Students on a Budget: Finals Week Edition

Take a study break and try one of these quick recipes.
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