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Urban Dance Company Ignites Campbell Hall

The showcase was the epitome of what dance aims to be: supportive and uplifting.
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Letter From the Editor: Hello From Incoming Editor-in-Chief Hannah Jackson

My nontraditional road these past few years has allowed me to appreciate the multi-faceted beauty of the Nexus. Having written for five sections in my first two years, I have a unique understanding of...
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Editor’s Note: 5 Years After May 23, 2014

It is our job to carry on the legacies of the people we lost, to advocate for the politics we wish to change and maintain the community that was built out of suffering.
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Campus United Reclaims Executive Branch Stronghold, Maintains Senate Majority

This is the first year since 2015 that voter turnout has dropped.
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Jaboukie Young-White Illuminates I.V. Theater

Young-White’s stand-up was not only uproariously funny but filled with wisdom about parental acceptance, persistence, the mark of success and civil discourse.
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Comedian Jaboukie Young-White to Bring Standup to I.V.

In an era that demands political activism, Young-White’s brand of comedy is hitting the mark day after day. So do yourself a favor and come see him in action on April 18 in I.V. Theater.
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Letter from the Editor | A Call for Civility During Divestment

Opinion Editors Hannah Jackson and Harper Lambert issue a reminder that dissent does not excuse hate speech.
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Breaking: Literally Nobody Tried To Bribe Their Way Into UCSB

In a shocking scandal, it was revealed that the United States Department of Justice has charged 50 people in six states for paying bribes for entry into elite universities. These bribes helped otherwi...
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The Joffrey Presents: Not Your Grandma’s Ballet

Each piece challenged the conventional notions of ballet as an art form and left smiles plastered on the faces of the attendees (even that of the most chagrined Dance 45 student).
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Profiling Peter Saraf: The Man Behind Little Miss Sunshine

A producer's reflections on the Oscars, mainstream movies and following his passion for film.
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Healthcare in College is a Total Headache

Opinion Editor Hannah Jackson dissects the difficulty of dealing with medical side effects while also being a full-time student.
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Argument in the Office: Genuine Feminism, or Just for Profits?

Opinion Editors Hannah Jackson and Laurel Rinehart debate whether Urban Outfitters' line of sex products is a feminist accomplishment or a ploy for profit.
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68 Block Myth-Busters

Secrecy clouds the enigmatic residents of the 68 block. Not much is known about the mystifying barefooted beings who dwell its streets, but nevertheless, rumors swirl about. We here at Nexustentialism...
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Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright Shares Optimism at Granada Theatre

The event invited Albright to speak about her experience as Secretary of State and her take on foreign policy.
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Dear Father, The Search for a Husband is Fruitless

Dearest Father, It is with utter chagrin and sorrow that I must report back such tragic news. I write this letter to you during Winter Quarter of my third (3rd!) year of university and I have yet to f...
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