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Reflections from UC Santa Barbara on September 11, 2001

In memory of the lives lost on September 11, we have compiled some reflections from former students and Nexus editors who attended UCSB in 2001.
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BREAKING: UC Files Lawsuit Against Trump Administration for ‘Unlawful’ DACA Repeal

The UC is the first university to file a lawsuit against the Trump presidency's repeal of DACA, according to a press release from the UC Office of the President.
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University of California Says It Will Support DACA Recipients in the Wake of President’s ‘Backward-Thinking’ Repeal

The DACA program was introduced in 2012 when former President Barack Obama signed it into law with an executive order.
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Former UC Santa Barbara Student Convicted of 2014 Campus Rape

A former UC Santa Barbara student was convicted of violently raping a female UCSB student in February 2014 after he pled guilty to multiple felony counts on Wednesday.
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Letter from the Editor: From One ’90s Kid to the Last

The Nexus Editor in Chief gives incoming freshman encouraging advice for the upcoming year.
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UCPD Officers Respond to Gunshot Reported on UCSB Campus

Officers are currently investigating the incident after receiving report of a gunshot near Parking Structure 22.
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Updated: UCSB Student, Nexus Editor Reported Missing in Baja California Located

A UC Santa Barbara student and Nexus University News Editor has been reported missing in Baja California after going on backpacking trip with her family.
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McNair Program May Be Cut if President Trump’s Federal Budget is Approved

The McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement is a federal scholarship offered to first-generation, low-income students or those who belong to underrepresented minorities in the United States.
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4 Suspects Arrested in Isla Vista Stabbing, Robbery

At approximately 12:50 a.m., Isla Vista Foot Patrol (IVFP) deputies responded to a report of a strong-armed robbery near the intersection of Pardall Road and Camino Pescadero.
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Editor’s Note: Resilience Revisited

Three years after an immensely painful day in Isla Vista history, the last class of primary sources is packing its resilience and leaving behind footprints in the sand.
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Students Return to UCSB Chancellor’s Office to Reiterate Demands for Sexual Violence Reform

The demands ranged from infrastructure — more lighting on Slough Road, a Survivor Resource Center — to community agreements involving the UC Police Department, the Isla Vista Foot Patrol and UCSB ...
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Parker J. Williams Was a History Buff, Loved Nature and Rock Music

Parker James Williams died on April 12 at UC Santa Barbara and was 20 years old.
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UC Santa Barbara Student Found Dead Wednesday Morning

A passerby found a UC Santa Barbara student dead near Campus Point at approximately 7:00 a.m. Wednesday, the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office reported.
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Christina Lim Remembered as ‘Everyone’s Friend’

"You could talk to her about anything at any time. She was always down to listen and give advice. She could take it and dish it better than most guys," Armando Munoz said of her.
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Basketball Takes a Knee to Take a Stand

The women’s basketball team is inviting all game attendees to kneel during the national anthem Saturday, kicking off Black History Month with an act of protest against social injustice.
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