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Is it UCSB or UCSTD?

As a Gaucho, you’re probably aware of UCSB’s notorious reputation, namely that of a high STI rate among the general student population. Alongside “U Can Study Buzzed,” we’re boasting the nic...
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Well this is awkward…

Among a few other, more profound lessons, my time in college has taught me an inevitable fact about hookups: The phrase “It couldn’t get more awkward than this” is always false, and continues to...
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Undocumented Students To Receive Aid

Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 130 — also known as the California DREAM Act — into law last Monday after the State Senate passed the legislation on July 14.
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SB Court Sentences Lee to Jail, Probation

UCSB third-year political science major Joe Lee pled guilty on June 22 at the Santa Barbara Courthouse to charges of felony burglary and receiving stolen property.
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Storke Tower Misses A Beat

For the past several days, the token chime of Storke Tower has been missing one resounding note causing those who notice it both pause and a sense of confusion.
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ON THE ROAD: With the O Street Truck

For your late night cravings this weekend, wander to 6584 DP between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m., where you will find the O Street Truck Thursday, Friday and Satur­day. The food truck is making its debut in Is...
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Hungry Gaucho Gets Some ‘Greens

I, along with most of my peers, put plenty of bad things in my body. Between the beer and carne asada fries, our stomachs crave nutrition. Silvergreens can give you that and so much more. Silvergreens...
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Funds Focus on Locals in Need of Aid

The Goleta City Council distributed a federal grant of roughly $40,000 between several local organizations to support low-income residents in the community. The Santa Barbara Food Bank and Community A...
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Demand for Crude Oil Makes Venoco Executive Millions

Venoco Chairman and CEO Timothy Marquez saw his personal fortune increase by $38.6 million last week, according to a Forbes blog post. Freelance journalist Brendan Coffey’s blog posting on Forbes.co...
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Associated Student Fees

Reaffirmations 1. KCSB/KJUC: Yes. 58.4% 2. A.S. Communication Personnel: Yes. 54.4% 3. Program Board: Yes. 72.8% 4. UC Student Association: Yes. 74.3% 5. Student Commission on Racial Equality: Yes. 62...
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2011 DAILY NEXUS CANDIDATE AND FEE ENDORSEMENTS

CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENTS If you haven’t noticed, the candidates we’re endorsing are portrayed like “Rugrats.” That’s because we’ve come to the conclusion that the governance of the ...
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Construction Amidst Budget Cuts Constitutes Hypocrisy

Outside Davidson Library, the wind picks up dirt from one of the nearby construction sites and flings it in the eyes of a handful of students who are attempting to unlock their bicycles and get home b...
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Proposed Student Fees Balance Neglected University Budgets

In a time of budget cuts and fee hikes, it’s more important now than ever to know what you are voting on this week in the Campus Election. Departments have invested a lot of time and money into maki...
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Nexus Reaffirmation Protects Newspaper Content

This spring, all of the Nexus’ student-approved lock-in money is up for reaffirmation — no increase, just the same wonderful three bucks and change that keeps us going today. We ask that this Apri...
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Government Briefs

Santa Barbara City Council The council will discuss The Compassion Center medical marijuana dispensary’s second appeal for a permit for its existing business at 2915 De la Vina Street today. The cou...
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