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‘Worst of the Campus Elections’ Was the Daily Nexus’ Worst Idea

I was overwhelmingly disgusted to read the Nexus editorial on Friday, April 26. By choosing to print some offensive on-line statements, the Nexus validated hurtful and destructive remarks to tear down...
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Who Needs Legislative Council?

Let's eliminate district representation and, in place of it, have the chairs of the boards, committees and commissions as the new representatives.
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Disabled Student Conference Aims at ‘Accessing Education’

The organizers chose this theme for the conference because we believe that education is a right, regardless of one's socioeconomic status, gender, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, and/or ability...
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A.S. It Is: Coping With a Momentary Action, a Permanent Scar

"Why?" I'm sure that I don't have to go any further for you to know that this question, being asked over and over again, is referring to the horrible tragedy that occurred over the weekend. Speculatio...
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Funding for Student Organizations Must Be Impartial

The Supreme Court's decision in the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System v. Southworth - that student money must be allocated regardless of a group's viewpoint - should not, and must...
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Boycott Private Lenders That Hike Cost of Student Loans

If you're like most college students, you have student loan debt. If you don't, just wait. By the time you finish UCSB, you will.
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UCNY Allows Students a Bite Out of Big Apple

Were you one of the lucky ones that counted down to the new year in New York City?
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Internship Honors UCSB Professor

Celebrate with us! On Wednesday night, the Associated Students will convene for its last legislative assembly of the Fall Quarter.
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There Is Light at the End of Payday Tunnel

Bills, bills, bills. Are you financially frustrated? Do you have problems paying your rent on time? Could this month translate into another late cell phone payment?
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