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Development in Chinese Policy Dependent on Cooperation Between Foreign Powers

Chinese President Hu Jintao’s recent visit to the U.S. has highlighted the U.S. government’s inability, regardless of the party in power, to influence the domestic social policy of China.
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Arizona Shooting Points to Corrupt Politics and Poorly Formed Legislation

The tragic shooting in Tucson that took the lives of six and injured 14 others, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, was a sobering wake-up call for both U.S. lawmakers and citizens.
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Vendors Gather to Showcase Innovations

Over 140,000 techies descended on the Las Vegas Convention Center from Wed. to Sun. last week for the Consumer Electronics Show, a number made all the more staggering by the fact that the show isn’t...
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Brown’s Leadership Capable of Rebuilding California’s Economy

With the inauguration of Jerry Brown as the state’s 39th governor, there is a chance for the leaders of California’s government to take a step back, think carefully and address some of the issues ...
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CES 2011 Live Twitter Stream

Daily Nexus live tweets from the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Consequences of Severe Climate Change Outweigh Partisan Agendas

Public health and safety is not a partisan issue. Ensuring the welfare of American citizens is arguably the most important job of the federal government.
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Peace Corps Director Aaron S. Williams


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SOCC March


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Open Mic Night At Giovanni’s


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Danger of DADT Lies in Homosexual Discrimination, Not Military Weakness

Describing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) as anything but discriminatory legislation against LGBT individuals is absurd. Claims that the policy is designed to maintain order in the military o...
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Admissions for 2011

The Daily Nexus Talks with Director of Admissions Christine Van Gieson about admissions plans for 2011, class sizes and upcoming fee increases.
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Republican Resurgence May Provoke Gridlock on Capitol Hill

In light of the Republican gains in Congress, many Democrats are left questioning both the future of politics on Capitol Hill and the future of their own party.
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Ride for Red

Daily Nexus Video Coverage of the Ride For Red, a fundraiser championed by Shannon Lynn, Miss Canada 2009, and Christina Smith, 2002 Canadian Olympian.
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Walk-along with Chancellor Yang – Halloween 2010

The Daily Nexus Staff walks with Chancellor Henry T. Yang around Isla Vista the Saturday before Halloween 2010.
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Bren Hall Ceiling Collapse

Footage of the cleanup and demolition following the collapse of the ceiling at UCSB's Bren Hall.
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