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Two Associated Students Politicians Abdicate Positions

Former Associated Students Student Advocate General third-year literature major Bailey Loverin and former A.S. External Vice President of Local Affairs fourth-year sociology and Asian American studies...
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I.V. Community Discusses Self-Governance

In light of recent violent events in Isla Vista, including the Deltopia riots and the May 23 mass killings, local residents and community officials convened on Monday at Santa Barbara Hillel for a mee...
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I.V. Community Gathers To Remember Lives Lost

In response to the mass killings that claimed the lives of six victims this past weekend, numerous memorials and forums are being hosted this week to honor the lives of the deceased and to discuss the...
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Administrators, Politicians Respond to Isla Vista Tragedy

Politicians, university administrators and community leaders spoke out in the wake of last Friday’s mass murder [...]
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Student Regent Nominee Revealed

Former Internal Vice President and third-year economics major at UCLA Avi Oved recently received the nomination to be the 41st University of California Student Regent for the 2015-2016 school year.
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UCSB Hosts Finals For New Venture Competition

Six finalists will present their business plans and investor pitches at the Technology Management Program’s 2014 New Venture Competition today at 3 p.m. in Corwin Pavilion.
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Supreme Leader of Nexus Arises

The Daily Nexus editorial staff elected former news editor Carissa Quiambao as editor in chief for the 2014-2015 academic year in an office-wide election last Thursday.
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Regents To Meet, Discuss UC Issues Amidst Protests

The Regents of the University of California will convene at the Sacramento Convention Center today and tomorrow for the second Regents Meeting of the year to discuss various topics including streamlin...
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Forum Addresses Master Plan Reform in Light of Funding Issues

Leading up to the University of California Regents Meeting on May 14 and 15, the UCSB E.V.P.S.A Office, A.S. Office of the President and A.S. Academic Affairs Board hosted a forum on the California Ma...
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Students Exhibit Ideas for Entrepreneurial Fame

Twenty-two teams of UCSB students gathered in Corwin Pavilion last Thursday to pitch their entrepreneurial visions to judges during the New Venture Fair, a competition hosted by the Technology Managem...
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History Department’s ‘Great Society at Fifty’ Series Explores Healthcare Reform

Last Friday, the UCSB History Department hosted a symposium on healthcare reform as a part of the “Great Society at Fifty: Democracy in America, 1964/2014” series.
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Hurt Covers Race, Media at MCC

Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker and activist Byron Hurt presented a talk called “Deconstructing Images of African Americans in the Media,” in which he analyzed and critiqued common media ...
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A.S. Election Campaigns Ravage UCSB Campus

Active campaigning for the upcoming A.S. elections officially began yesterday and will continue for the next two weeks.
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Prolonged Drought Calls for Conservation Measures

As California's drought stretches into its third consecutive year, an increasing number of officials are calling for more conservation measures.
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Buses To Run More Frequently, Later

The Metropolitan Transit District (MTD) has collaborated with UCSB officials to expand bus services around the campus, including an increase in the frequency of bus arrivals and hours of operation, al...
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