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A Blind Cheap Beer Taste Test with the Daily Nexus

Need to figure out what rack to buy for your next game of beer die? The Nexus video team has you covered.
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WATCH: AFSCME Strike Draws Over 200 Supporters

AFSCME Local 3299 began its first day in a three-day-long strike Monday morning, as over 200 workers and student supporters gathered around UC Santa Barbara’s Storke Tower to protest low wages.
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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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WATCH: Fireworks and Couch Burnings From the I.V. Power Outage

Watch the events as they unfolded from the three-hour-long power outage Monday night.
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Batcave Sessions with Delta Dagger

Watch one of the first ever live performances from Delta Dagger, the side project of The Real Savage Henry lead guitarist John Pagliassotti.
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Nexus Advice Column: Haters, Roommates and Herpes

Need advice on how to deal with a bad roommate? Daily Nexus contributors Komal Surani, Adam Cox, and Clayton Alexander are here to help you out in this first edition of the Nexus Advice Column.
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Batcave Sessions with The Mallards

Watch local IV garage rock band The Mallards perform two songs off of their "Fowl Play" EP, talk about why Mac DeMarco is overrated, and plan out playing the first rock concert on Mars.
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Hard Hits with Sarah Porter and Drew Edelman

Get to know some of the stars of UCSB's Women's Basketball team before their season opener this Friday against Seattle.
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Blue-Green Soccer Rivalry Heats Up

"There's no way not to be excited about this game...it's a highlight for the campus and the community," says Men's Soccer head coach Tim Von Steeg.
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Associated Students Election Results 2017

After sweeping A.S. elections Thursday night, Campus United remains dominant for its second year as a campus political party.
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Bike Lanes Expected to Reopen in Spring

Students can expect to bike by the library again when Spring Quarter rolls around.
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