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Outgoing EIC Bids Final Farewell

Emile Nelson reflects on his time at UCSB and the Nexus.
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Don’t Call Sweden This Saturday Night

American educators should take a cue from Sweden's thriving music industry and prioritize classroom creativity, according to Emile Nelson.
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Editor in Chief Sends His Wishes This Holiday

It’s been a tough year. Not just for the students here at UCSB, but for the entire world. There are millions of people fleeing from a country torn apart by violence; Paris, Beirut and countries all ...
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An Update on Alagie Jammeh’s Story

The Nexus printed a story titled “How Social Media Created a Political Enemy” on July 30 that told the unique story of a UCSB student named Alagie Jammeh. Almost two months later, Jammeh sat down ...
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FMLYBND to Play Welcome to Paradise Carnival

Each year, Isla Vista sees a wave of new bands in all genres — and as quick as they come, they’re gone. Very few bands survive the first year here in I.V., let alone escape the bubble to achieve a...
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International Student Alagie Jammeh Risks Life To Speak Out Against Homophobia

“No one should be denied their fundamental basic human rights because of their sexuality,” Alagie Jammeh posted on Facebook in September 2014. By November of that same year, Jammeh found his world...
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Sticker Sales To Support Local Charities, Businesses

Project I <3 Isla Vista will begin its campaign to raise money for local charities, while supporting local businesses on June 1 by selling stickers at select locations around Isla Vista.
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The Mid-College Melancholy

Emile Nelson questions why we work all day today just so we can work all day tomorrow.
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Money Over Matter: Contemplating the Question of Motivation

Opinion Co-Editor Emile Nelson explores a question of motivation through a controversial perspective.
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Address the Problem, Not the Symptom

Opinion Co-Editor Emile Nelson explains why there is much to be learned after this tragedy, but not from the shooter.
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Together We Rise: Isla Vista After the Shootings

Opinion Co-editor Emile Nelson responds to the tragic shootings in Isla Vista last night.
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Start Thinking Fukushima

Opinion Editor Emile Nelson explains why UCSB needs to start paying attention to the situation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
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Letter from the Editor: Practicing the Art of Peaceful Protests

In the past six weeks, the Supreme Court struck down California’s ban on gay marriage, Texas passed a law which will severely restrict a woman’s right to an abortion, George Zimmerman walked free ...
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Local Entrepreneurs Create ‘Trustworthy’ Online Marketplace

Looky.co, an Isla Vista-based start-up company, launched its website yesterday morning with hopes to attract individuals looking to buy products from friends and other acquaintances. The company takes...
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SB Health Department Releases Air Quality Warning Due to Nearby Fire

Last Friday, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department issued an Air Quality Warning for parts of Santa Barbara County as a result of air contamination stemming from the Camarillo Springs Fire...
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