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LGBTQ Male Victim to Alleged Hate Crime at Estero Park

Police said the suspect then allegedly punched the victim in the face, causing extensive injuries that required surgery at the hospital.
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Detained Skateboarder Faces Resisting Arrest Charges

A UC Santa Barbara student whose forceful detainment in the Arbor went viral two weeks ago will be going to court during Spring Break to face charges of resisting arrest.
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Final Election Results 2016

Live election results for local, statewide and national races on Election Day 2016.
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Alumnus Fran Mancia Elected as Alumni Regent

The UCSB Alumni Association Board of Directors elected alumnus Fran Mancia this week to serve as one of four Alumni Regents.
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WOCC To Discuss Gender Issues, Empowerment

The A.S. Womxn’s Commission will be hosting its annual Womxn of Color Conference (WOCC) this weekend, where attendees will discuss topics ranging from gender violence to diversity.
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District Supervisor Candidates Share Platforms

Santa Barbara County Third District Supervisor candidates spoke with the Nexus this week to share their platforms for Isla Vista and the county.
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Recent Power Outages Impact Local Eateries

Isla Vista business owners and managers shared their experiences with the Nexus this week regarding the recent power outages amidst stormy weather in the Goleta area.
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Esteemed Professor Teaches Popular Seminar

Mathematics 266HH: Analytic Number Theory is likely one of the most overcrowded courses at UC Santa Barbara this quarter.
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Students Demand Private Prison Divestment

Black student leaders across the University of California (UC) increased pressure on Wells Fargo this week to divest from private prisons.
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Study Shows Increase in Students Receiving Mental Health Treatment

A recent RAND Corporation study found that more University of California students have been receiving mental health care following an increase in state funding for mental health services on campuses.
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Stakeholders Discuss Code Enforcement Program

The Isla Vista Self Governance Initiative held a public meeting Tuesday evening in the Isla Vista Clinic building to discuss the possible implementation of a building and zoning Code Enforcement Progr...
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Three Laws Students Should Look Out For in January

The bills deal primarily with fair payment, transgender rights and violence prevention The California State Legislature has recently approved three bills which will go into effect Jan. 1, 2016. Califo...
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AB 935 To Allow Special Identification for Veterans

Assembly Bill 935 took effect Friday, allowing United States military veterans to apply for a California driver’s license or identification card with a veteran designation. The designated cards woul...
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The Principles Against Intolerance: Attempts to Redefine Anti-Semitism and the Potential Threat to Free Speech

In order to protect Jewish students, the UC community has been pushing for a system-wide definition of anti-Semitism The Free Speech Movement began on the steps of UC Berkeley’s Sproul Hall in 1964 ...
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Bruce Porter to Run to Succeed Supervisor Farr

Fifteen-year Santa Ynez resident Bruce Porter announced Monday he will run to succeed Doreen Farr as Third District County Supervisor. Farr announced in October she will not seek re-election after her...
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