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Napolitano Selects Former Associate as New Chief of Staff

UC President Janet Napolitano has appointed Seth Grossman, former Deputy General Counsel at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), to be her Chief of Staff — a decision that has sparked concern ...
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Strikers, Supporters March to Storke Tower & Rally Participants

Hundreds of students, workers and community members rallied together at Storke Tower yesterday afternoon, as part of a UC systemwide strike by American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Emplo...
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Acclaimed Historian and Biography Author Discusses Previous Presidents at UCSB Arts & Lectures Event

Speaking to a sold-out Campbell Hall, renowned historian Doris Kearns Goodwin came to campus last night to tell stories of three of America’s most lauded presidents, in the first stop of her five-we...
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A.S. Rally Aims to End Halloween Sexual Violence

Students will march from the Arbor to Isla Vista in a rally entitled, “Stop the Shame,” addressing issues of sexual violence, which can become even more prevalent during large-scale I.V. festiviti...
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UC Regent Kieffer Speaks at A.S. Senate Meeting

During Wednesday night’s Associated Student’s Senate meeting, UC Regent and UCSB alumnus George Kieffer made an appearance with Chancellor Yang to speak words of encouragement to the senators. In ...
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A.S. Senate Fails to Pass ‘No Confidence’ Resolution

Associated Students Senate voted down a resolution that would have expressed “no confidence” in new UC President Janet Napolitano’s ability to uphold the university’s mission statement, during...
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UCSB Reacts to Healthcare Options Under New, Controversial Obamacare

Enrollment for healthcare provided through the Affordable Care Act (ACA) began last week, when Congress failed to pass a budget as a result of opposition to the ACA.
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A.S. Senate Discusses Voting ‘No Confidence’ in Napolitano

Last night marked the first Associated Students Senate meeting of the 2013-2014 school year, opening the way for students from several campus organizations to propose a resolution criticizing the appo...
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UCSB Researcher Makes Waves At Earthquake Research Summit

Sandra Seale, a member of UCSB’s Network for Earthquake and Engineering Simulation, or NEES , was recently honored at the NEES 2013 Quake Summit for her work in earthquake-related educational outrea...
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BSU Seeks to Improve Community Climate, Increase Representation

The UCSB Black Student Union will meet with Chancellor Henry T. Yang tomorrow to discuss the student organizations demands in regards to improving the current campus climate for Black students at the ...
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Former Nexus News Editor and Staff Writer Wenzke Takes On Role as New Editor in Chief With Full Staff Support

The Daily Nexus Editorial Staff unanimously selected self-proclaimed “booty poppin’ princess” Marissa Wenzke as Editor In Chief for the 2013-2014 school year in an officewide election last Wedne...
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Senators Confirm New Appointees, Listen to New Executives

During Wednesday night’s Associated Students Senate meeting, senators approved committee appointments for the 2013 – 2014 school year. Outgoing committee chairs introduced their new members to the...
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Bike Safety Week Holds Workshop, Surveys on Campus Bicycle Paths

The A.S. Bike Committee is hosting Bike Safety Week from now until Friday, encouraging students to practice caution while riding through the sometimes-risky bike paths on campus. A.S. Bike Committee w...
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Out With the Old, In With the New: 2013-14 A.S. Executive Officers Assume Roles

After officially adjourning the final meeting of the 2012-13 Associated Students Senate, senators and Executive Officers for the 2013-14 school year were sworn into their respective offices on Wednesd...
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A.S. Execs Give Reports, New Officers Sworn In

At the final Associated Students Senate meeting for the 2012-2013, all five of this year’s executive officers delivered their final reports and reflections regarding their time in office and the Sen...
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