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Farewell From News Editor

Outgoing News Editor Peter Mounteer says his farewell to the Daily Nexus.
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Talk Examines Military, University Sexual Assault

The Campus Advocacy Resources & Education office hosted a lecture on military sexual trauma (MST) by assistant professor at the USC School of Social Work Kristen Zalesky in the Flying A room Thursday ...
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Why Private Ballots Are Bullshit

Why keep the votes we support secret? Peter Mounteer has had enough.
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Divestment Fails to Pass Again

For the third consecutive year, the Associated Students Senate did not pass a resolution to divest from companies allegedly profiting from human rights violations in Israel-Palestine, voting 13-12-1 i...
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Divestment Resolution Passes to A.S. Senate

The Associated Students Senate External Affairs Committee formally passed to the A.S. Senate, by a secret vote of six-to-one, a resolution to divest from companies profiting from human rights violatio...
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A.S. Senate Committee Tables Divestment Talks

The Associated Students Senate External Affairs Committee tabled a resolution to urge divestment from companies profiting from human rights violations in “Palestine/Israel” for one week at a meeti...
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Former CIA Director, Secretary of Defense Speaks on US Policy

Former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and 22nd Secretary of Defense of the United States Robert Gates gave a lecture at the Granada Theatre last week on the U.S.’s current position in w...
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CCS Lit Major, Nexite Passes Away

Lalita Stone, fifth-year College of Creative Studies Literature major and former Artsweek writer for the Daily Nexus, passed away unexpectedly on Friday night.
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Town Hall Talks Representation

The office of Santa Barbara Assemblyman Das Williams held the third Isla Vista self-governance town hall of the year to determine the governance structure of a potential community services district (C...
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Financial Aid Office Backs Off of Controversial Plan

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is no longer examining the possibility of reducing financial aid award letters to students who waive Gaucho Health Insurance (GHI).
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Academic Senate Lifts 2014 Freeze on CCS Lit Admissions

The Academic Senate has lifted a 2014 admissions freeze placed on the College of Creative Studies (CCS) Literature program, effective immediately and opening to students admitted for Fall 2015.
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Financial Aid Office To Adhere to Stricter Filing Deadlines for 2015-16 Applications

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will implement stricter adherence policies for deadlines for the March 2 filing of 2015–16 financial aid applications.
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LAFCO Issues Letter on AB 3

The Santa Barbara Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) formally approved the release a letter of concern on Isla Vista self-governance bill AB 3 by a 5-2 vote at a special meeting of the commissi...
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LAFCO Delays Discussion Opposing Bill AB 3

The Santa Barbara County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) has drafted a letter to the state legislature opposing Isla Vista self-governance bill AB 3 and by a unanimous vote last week decided...
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Kidnapping, Armed Robbery Reported in I.V.

At approximately 3:30 p.m. today, Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies responded to reports of the kidnapping of a 28-year-old woman from her residence on the 6700 block of Abrego Road in Isla Vist...
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