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Term in Review: I.V. CSD Vice President Natalie Jordan

I.V. CSD Vice President Natalie Jordan resigned from her position on the Board effective early January.
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UC Regents To Consider Removing Student Advisor Position, Leaving Undergraduates Without Representation

If the position is removed, only two student positions would remain: the student regent and student regent-designate.
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Det. Kovena Avila Named New Interpersonal Violence Investigator

The detective was appointed the new interpersonal violence investigator, a position the I.V. Community Services District and the UC Police Department created in late November
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New Hip Hop Classes Bounce Into Campus Next Quarter

Jordan Mitchell knows a thing or two about hip-hop.
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2018 Midterm Election Results: Santa Barbara County Victories

The Nexus compiled information about several winners and passing measures from Tuesday's midterm election.
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CSD Finalizes Contract with UCPD for Interpersonal Violence Investigator

Several organizations have pushed for the implementation of an interpersonal violence investigator in I.V.
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50 Years, 12 Students and the Takeover That Changed Everything

At the time, North Hall held the mainframe computer for the entire UC system and was considered “the most critical point” of the campus, Rahman said.
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Bird’s Wings Clipped: Electric Scooter Ban In Place on Campus

A citation for riding a Bird on campus could cost $250.
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UCSB Offers New Minor in Museum Studies

The process of creating the minor began last year when Paul drafted a proposal with help and support from the Departmental Curriculum Committee.
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Out with the Old, In with the New: Latest Additions to Isla Vista

At least six businesses closed down in Isla Vista during the past year.
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UCSB Las Maestras Center Holds Protest Against Separation of Families in San Diego

Protestors sang, chanted and cried in resistance to the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance policy” on illegal border crossing.
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Coast Carvers Hit the Streets of Isla Vista

Ten women weaved through the streets of Isla Vista. Hair flying, wind whistling, skates clacking.
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Journalism Certificate Program Comes to UCSB

A journalism certificate program will be available for students at UC Santa Barbara beginning Fall Quarter 2018, which would allow students to take courses specific to journalism that are taught by tr...
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Backpacks Memorialize Victims of Mass School Shootings Across U.S.

Four years after the UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista community lost six of its members on May 23, 2014, the community continues to honor their lives and reminds its members of the importance of healin...
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Term in Review: S.A.G. Jack Tannenbaum

Former S.A.G. Jack Tannenbaum helped develop the new position during the 2017-2018 school year.
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