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Driver Damages Four Cars, House on 67 Block of Del Playa Drive

Police officers found the car abandoned by the corner of Camino Pescadero and El Greco Road around 9:50 p.m.
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The Year of the Musical Biopic

These blink-and-you-miss-them genres will always be a part of film. Right now, we’re in the era of the musical biopic.
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2019-2020 A.S. Executives: A Look Ahead

The Nexus sat down with the five executives and asked them to speak about their plans for the upcoming year.
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Regents Approve New Classroom Building to Alleviate Over-Enrollment

The building will include five new lecture halls, three active learning classrooms and 20 discussion classrooms, totaling 2,000 new seats.
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Q&A With Gun Control Activist David Hogg

March for Our Lives Co-founder David Hogg sat down with the Daily Nexus to discuss his work this past year and what comes next for him.
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More than a Year After Parkland, David Hogg Urges UCSB Students To Continue Fight for Gun Control

Hogg’s speech centered on his background as an activist in the national conversation around gun violence.
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Isla Vista Memorial Project Receives Digital Revival for Fifth Anniversary

The exhibit of spontaneous memorials was unveiled in its new website format this Wednesday.
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I.V. CSD Budget Sees About $200,000 Increase in Funding for Next Fiscal Year

The total amount of funding the I.V. CSD expects to receive in the 2019-2020 fiscal year is $1,105,921, compared to $898,337 in 2018-2019.
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Term in Review: Internal Vice President Steven Ho

Soon to be former A.S. IVP Steven Ho’s term was defined by strict party lines in the Senate and his ability, and inability at times, to keep a divided room in order.
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Bike Committee Opposition Does Not Change SRB Design Plans

The board voted 11-2 to move forward without bike parking.
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A.S. Senate Supports Bike Committee Demands for More SRB Bike Parking

On Wednesday, A.S. passed a resolution through email vote supporting the Bike Committee’s demands for greater bicycle safety at the SRB.
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Recap: A.S. President Candidate Forum

The two presidential candidates spoke to students in the Hub in a moderated 40-minute discussion.
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Blum Center Unveils Poverty, Inequality, and Social Justice Minor

The new minor educates students in poverty and intersectional inequality through policy, practice and social action.
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The Best Education That Money Can Buy Isn’t Really the Best

Katherine Swartz takes a lens to the flawed college admissions process following the revelation that wealthy parents bribed their childrens' ways into elite universities.
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A.S. Book Bank Gains New Exposure

The A.S. Book Bank is unique because students can check out books for an entire quarter without returning them.
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