Sexual Violence in I.V. Continues With Weekend Incident

On Sunday, May 5, at approximately 1:30 a.m., a sexual assault incident occurred along Cordoba Road in Isla Vista in which the victim was forced to engage in sexual intercourse while attending a party. The suspect was reported to be a white male in his mid-20s of medium build with brown hair. The victim described […]

Elections Result in Victory for Farr, Williams, Gray, Carbajal

The results of the California’s June 5 primary elections revealed victories for many local Democratic candidates as well as a number of “close contests” which will consequentially be decided in a November runoff election. Among the election’s victors were incumbent 3rd District Supervisor Doreen Farr, 37th District Assemblyman Das Williams, 4th District Supervisor Joni Gray […]

Investment To Grow Campus, Serve College

UCSB alumnus and Oracle Chairman Jeff Henley and his wife Judy announced a $50 million donation to the Institute for Energy Efficiency and the College of Engineering on Saturday to help fund advancements in energy- saving technologies. Of the contribution, $30 million will finance the construction of Henley Hall — a new building to house […]

Groundskeeper Finds Corpse Within Santa Catalina Marsh

A UCSB maintenance worker discovered a decomposed body in the marsh area between Santa Catalina Residence Hall and the Santa Ynez Apartments yesterday at 9:45 a.m. The remains were discovered roughly 200 yards away from the dorm’s bike racks. The UC Police Department is working with the Santa Barbara County Coroner’s Office to examine the […]

Union Impedes Release of Report

The Federated University Police Officers Association filed a temporary restraining order yesterday to block the public release of results from a University of California inspection into the pepper spray incident at UC Davis last November. An investigation task force planned to release the results of the three-month fact-finding effort at a public hearing at UC […]

Cal Conflict Delays UC Regents

The UC Board of Regents released an announcement yesterday indefinitely postponing a meeting originally scheduled for this Wednesday and Thursday, citing the UC San Francisco Police Department’s concern for public safety. According to a statement released yesterday by Regents Chair Sherry Lansing, Vice-chairman Bruce Varner and President Mark G. Yudof, UC police gathered “credible intelligence” […]

An Apology to Our Readers

We at the Daily Nexus would like to apologize profusely for the contents of Tuesday’s Weather column, which included racist and offensive statements, the likes of which have no place in this newspaper.

Coal & Candy Canes

The Daily Nexus Gives Fossil Fuel to the Foul and Sweets to the Superb. Tension-relieving candy canes for take-home finals and the saintly professors who assign them. Inevitable, end-of-the quarter lumps of coal, however, for finals in general.