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Kelp More Resilient Than Originally Thought

As Reed's research on kelp shows the different and surprising conditions kelp can withstand, beachgoers can continue to think something is pulling them into the ocean.
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Gio’s Pizza To Close After 34 Years In Business

Giovanni’s Pizza Restaurant, locally known as Gio’s, will be permanently closed on Thursday, Jan. 14 after seven years under current owner Matt Metzka’s management.
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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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Stakeholders Revisit I.V. Self-Governance

Isla Vista residents, students and county officials met for the weekly stakeholders’ meeting at the I.V. Clinic Tuesday night hosted by Assemblymember Das Williams’s office to discuss self-governa...
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UCSB Hosts Vigil for Umpqua Shooting

Graduate Student Association President Aaron Jones and Chicano/Chicana Studies Professor Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval hosted a candlelight vigil Thursday in front of the Student Resource Building (SRB) t...
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KeyRaider Steals Over 225,000 Apple Accounts

The largest known Apple account theft occurred this summer when over 225,000 Apple accounts were confiscated by malware software nicknamed, KeyRaider. Cydia, a software distribution and installation t...
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How to Stay Safe Without Staying In

Daily Nexus sat down with three students from the Associated Students Public Safety Commission to give you the tips you need to have a safe time out on the streets of I.V.
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UC Divests $200 Million From Big Oil

University of California Investment Office recently announced it divested nearly $200 million from coal mining and oil companies focused on tar sands while adding sustainability criteria to their inve...
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SB County Planning Commission Finds an Increase in I.V. Parking, Community Disagrees

The Santa Barbara County Planning Commission held a meeting Wednesday morning to review recommendations from the Planning and Development staff concerning parking in Isla Vista.
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Five Resident Assistants Give First Years Advice

Balancing college courses and new extracurricular activities is hard enough as it is, but living with one, maybe even two roommates for the first time can add a whole new layer of stress. To help our...
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Assistant Materials Professor Wilson Awarded Keck Grant

UC Santa Barbara Assistant Materials Professor Stephen D. Wilson recently received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to grow materials for advancing modern technologies.
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I.V. Community Resource Deputy Search to Attract ‘Genuine’ Applicants

The Associated Students Office of the External Vice President of Local Affairs (EVPLA) hosted a community meeting in the Isla Vista Clinic Thursday evening to discuss the appointment of a community re...
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SB Conference Aims to ‘Save the Bag Ban’

Environmental advocacy groups and Santa Barbara city officials hosted a conference at Goleta County Beach Park Thursday afternoon to announce the “Save the Bag Ban” campaign in an effort to mainta...
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Walk, Church Service Promote Anti-Gun-Violence Movement

Gun-regulation activist group Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America and the University United Methodist Church co-hosted a walk and special service Sunday afternoon to honor the victims of the C...
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Refugio Spill Prompts Legislation

State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and Assemblyman Das Williams both are continuing work on legislation drafted following the Gaviota Coast oil spill last month, and El Capitan beach is scheduled to re...
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