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Lockdown Lifted at East Campus Residence Halls After Unconfirmed Threat

Police are currently following up on the initial report and conducting checks of the area surrounding the east campus residence halls. 
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Male UCSB Student Sexually Assaulted in Girvetz Hall Bathroom

A male UC Santa Barbara student was sexually assaulted by a male suspect in a Girvetz Hall bathroom on Oct. 25, police reported.
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Isla Vista Landlord Leaving Del Playa Drive After 23 Years, Lists Properties for $80 Mil

Steve Golis, Gelb’s real estate agent, said Gelb is selling the properties to simplify his portfolio, which he manages himself.
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Male Student Transported to Hospital with Minor Injuries After Bike, Car Collision

The collision happened at approximately 12:30 p.m. at the intersection of Picasso Road and Embarcadero Del Mar.
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UCPD Searches for Former SBCC Football Player in Attempted Burglary at Tropicana Gardens

Romero and UCPD Chief Dustin Olson both said police have not confirmed that McAllister had a weapon.
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Rapist Sentenced to 36 Years in Prison After Brutally Attacking Woman on UCSB Campus in 2014

When she first saw her face in the mirror after the attack, Doe said, “I was unrecognizable, even to myself. I thought he had taken my face from me, and I tried to wash it off.”
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Isla Vistans Will Host Memorial to Honor Lives Lost in Las Vegas Shooting

During Tuesday night’s vigil, organizers hope they can offer an open, welcoming environment for community members to share their thoughts.
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Biology II Building Evacuated, No Injuries or Damage Reported

One fire engine and an ambulance from the Santa Barbara County Fire Department arrived at Biology II at 12:25 p.m., and found out that the building was under construction.
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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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