Archive for September, 2011

Letters to the Editor / Opinion

Wise Society Seeks to Mitigate Harm, Maximize Benefits

Dennis Wassem’s opinion piece  “Governmental Taxation Undermines Its own Aims” in the Sept. 27, 2011 edition of the Nexus attacked the “narrow worldview” of the “disposition and abilities” of government that was recently advanced by Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren. The article lays two charges against Warren’s argument for more […]

Opinion / Question Authority

Sgt. Signa Spills All The Jelly On MIP’s and Noise Violations

As the first full week of school winds down, I have to admit, it has been pretty fun for me.  Believe it or not, my week probably has not been that much different than most of your week.  Let’s see, I attended a great dance at the Hub, wandered around […]


College-Based Coupon Business Launches Mobile Application

Nationwide college coupon company Campus Special recently unveiled its Campus Special phone application that combines the organization’s online food ordering service and coupon book into one constantly-accessible product. The free mobile application is available for iPhones and Androids, and allows students to place orders at participating restaurants for delivery or […]


Weekend Event To Support Local Eats

The second annual Sustainable, Organic and Local Food Festival will kick off tomorrow at Plaza de Vera Cruz Park to provide a tasty and educational emphasis on the importance of thoughtful food choices. The SOL-ful festivity will feature local farmers, foods, wines and beers, several sustainable food vendors such as […]

Gauchos Look for First Win in Big West Play
Soccer / Sports

Gauchos Look for First Win in Big West Play

The UCSB men’s soccer team will return to Harder Stadium for its second game of Big West conference play this Saturday against No. 9 UC Irvine. UC Riverside upset the then-No. 10 ranked Gauchos in Riverside this past Wednesday 3-1 in the first game of league play for both teams. […]