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A Photo Primer to UCSB

Photos and some brief history and information on UCSB and IV.
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Distinguished Rabbi, Poet To Give Lecture

Renowned religious scholar Rabbi Rami Shapiro will give a lecture entitled “Seekers without Borders: Perennial Wisdom for the Spiritually Independent” tonight at the Multicultural Center Theater, ...
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Police Search for Three Men Accused of Assaulting Male Victim in Isla Vista

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office received a report of assault with a deadly weapon on Embarcadero Del Norte during the early morning hours on Sunday. The report was made at approximately 1:...
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2013 Daily Nexus Candidate and Fee Endorsements

As another year of A.S. Elections have come to purview, “accountability,” “affordability,” “transparency” and “accessibility” are just some of the overtly vague keywords to once again ...
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Aynalem Resigns Elected Postition; Siordia Steps In

Recently elected Democratic Process Party candidate Bethlehem ‘Betty’ Aynalem stepped down from the position of Associated Students External Vice President of Local Affairs earlier this week, reli...
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UC Seeks Input for Dealing With Student Protests

The University of California Office of the President released a report on Friday outlining 50 recommendations to improve police protocol for handling student demonstrations on UC campuses. UC official...
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Chilla Vista 2012

On the heels of a raucous Cinco de Mayo, Isla Vista residents mellowed out with music, art and community pride at Chilla Vista on Sunday. The annual event filled Anisq’ Oyo’ Park and People’s Pa...
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UC To Report Findings About Police Review

UC General Counsel Charles Robinson and UC Berkeley Law School Dean Christopher Edley will release the results of the system-wide investigation into police protocol for handling protesters during a ne...
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What is That? A quick guide to some of the weirdest sounding Asian Foods

Asian food can be intimidating. When the ingredients of a dish read more like a list of randomized consonants and vow- els (enoki, inari and daikon, anyone?), it often seems safer to stick with old cl...
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Curryious?

Santa Barbara is not known for its Thai food. My personal experience is of trite décor and menus that look more like small novels. The first 20 minutes of the meal are often spent wading through pag...
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It’s Just So “Pho”king Good

The first week of my freshman year, when I was already unimpressed with the food at Portola, my friend introduced me to a hole-in-the-wall gem of a restaurant: Saigon Noodle House. Today, I am five we...
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Professor Wins Recognition for Accomplishments in Labor Rights

UCSB history profes- sor Nelson Lichtenstein will receive this year’s annual Sol Stetin Award for Labor History tomorrow at the Sidney Hillman Foundation’s annual Hillman Prizes ceremony in New Yo...
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UCSB Gains Recognition for Wellness

Health and fitness website Greatist. com ranked UCSB one of the top 25 healthiest colleges in the country, cit- ing wellness services such as its unique Rec Center classes and extensive student health...
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Professor’s Donation Honors Late Friend

The UCSB economics department recently received a $1 million donation from Professor Emeritus Walter Mead and his wife Thelma to establish a new endowed chair. The contribution — named in honor of M...
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Police To Educate Public About Technology, Duties

The Santa Barbara Police Department will begin their next Citizen’s Academy on May 4, instruct- ing civilians on police training tech- niques and familiarizing the public with officers’ various du...
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