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The death of Lucas Ransom was a blow to the UCSB community and to the nation. The following is not meant to tarnish his memory. Although circumstances were grim, Lucas died pursuing one of his passions. May we all be as fortunate. Most of the time, I surf carefree, unfettered by worries of predators and […]
On a team full of eccentric people, senior utility Milos Golic of the men’s water polo stands out above the rest. The Belgrade, Serbia native brings a unique intensity and drive the game.
The Daily Nexus Staff walks with Chancellor Henry T. Yang around Isla Vista the Saturday before Halloween 2010.
AQB dedicates this edition of AQB to Sunday mornings. Halloween destroyed him, but espn.com and Sunday morning football eased him into the day well enough to write this blurb.
UCSB history professor Laura Kalman recently published a book that she spent the last 30 years writing and researching.
County fire and air force officials fought a fire throughout the weekend and have reportedly contained 50 percent of the blaze that broke out near Bear Creek on Thursday.
The Santa Barbara County Food Bank is kicking off its annual holiday food and funds drive today, helping local community members in need during the holiday season.
UCSB’s Computer Security Group has developed new security software that identifies and stops malware after a computer obtains a virus.
County detectives began investigating a possible homicide this weekend after deputies discovered a man’s body in a Buellton apartment.
The Voter Registration Volunteer Coalition misplaced a box of voter registration cards last week, temporarily rendering 200 registration forms void.