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New Student Fitness Group Offers Weekly Workouts

Nexus Asst. News Editor Hannah Nelson talks about her experience working out with SB Fitness. The group meets every Saturday for beach runs, aerobics and plyometrics.
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Professor Talks Porn Stars, Models, Idols

University of Vermont history professor Paul Deslandes spoke to UCSB students and faculty members yesterday in a talk entitled “Models, Idols and Porn Stars: Selling and Consuming the Beautiful Man ...
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UCSB Museum Unveils Five New Exhibitions

With its high ceilings, impeccably white walls and pristine pine floors, UCSB’s Art, Design and Architecture Museum welcomed guests to its opening reception last Friday, unveiling five new art exhib...
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Nonprofit Holds Music Festival in SB

More than 100 local bands and music industry speakers congregated in Downtown Santa Barbara this past weekend at the New Noise Santa Barbara Music Conference & Festival.
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UCSB Museum To Display New Exhibits Depicting Political Progress

UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum To Reveal Works Featuring Historical Discord
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Pardall Carnival 2013

Students took to the streets of Isla Vista Saturday afternoon for carnival games and other fun at this year’s Pardall Carnival, which featured 45 student organizations and local businesses.
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Daily Nexus’ Guide to Greek Life on Campus

At the start of every quarter — and most of all, every fall — students looking to enter UCSB Greek Life make their way around Isla Vista, visiting fraternity or sorority houses of their choice as ...
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Lucidity Festival Invites Authenticity, Entertainment to Arlington Theatre

This Friday, the Arlington Theatre will host a one-day transformational music, art and theater event known as “Lucidity Presents: Rising Vibes for the Universe.” Along with live music and acrobati...
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Stanford Professor Debunks Myths of Multi-Tasking

Stanford professor Clifford Nass explored the effect of multitasking on college students in a lecture at Mosher Alumni House last night.
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Affordable Book Company Funds Nonprofits, Fights Illiteracy

Textbook seller Better World Banks is taking aim at world literacy problems with a new charity initiative.
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Isla Vista Group Works to Install Fences in Light of Recent Deaths

The local organization Fence Isla Vista is currently working to increase knowledge of dangers that reside along the coastline beside the UCSB campus, where beachside cliffs have been the site of multi...
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Cinnamon Holds Potential to Prevent, Reverse Alzheimer’s

UCSB researchers have discovered that certain compounds in cinnamon may have the potential to be used in the development of a drug that would prevent Alzheimer’s disease. According to graduate stude...
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New Evidence Supporting Cosmic Impact Discovered

Emeritus professor of earth science James Kennett and a team of researchers have uncovered new evidence supporting the theory of cosmic impact. This theory maintains that 12,800 years ago, cosmic impa...
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UCSB Professor Gives Talk on Bacteria Research

College of Letters and Science honors students gathered in the State Street Room of the UCen last night to listen as Professor Michael J Mahan of the Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology depa...
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Secure Coding Competition Awards UCSB Students Third-Place Prize

Last week, fourth-year computer science majors Dane Pitkin, Nathan Crandall and Justin Rushing took third place at a global hacking competition in Singapore called Hardcode. The secure coding competit...
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