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EAP Students Without Housing

Dozens of students are still without permanent housing as Fall Quarter begins at UCSB. Amid one of the most difficult years to find housing in decades, many of the students struggling to find a place ...
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Michael Young To Retire in 2015 After 25 Years

Michael Young, UCSB’s Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs for 25 years, will be retiring from his position in January 2015. Chancellor Henry T. Yang announced Young’s planned departure in a recent...
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Twenty Years of Yang

He has advised the Department of Defense, the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, NASA and the National Science Foundation. This past year, he finished his term as an elected chairman of the Association of...
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UCSB Committee Elects Former Dean as New EVC

Former Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts in the College of Letters and Science David Marshall was appointed as UCSB’s next Executive Vice Chancellor Sept. 10.
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UC Regents Finish Up Summer with Finances, Appointments, Task Forces

The Regents of the University of California held their last meeting of the summer at the UCSF Mission Bay Community Center last Wednesday and Thursday, where they appointed a new UC Irvine chancellor,...
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Students File Federal Complaint Alleging UCSB Mishandled Sexual Assault Cases

Six current and former UCSB students filed federal complaints against the university last Wednesday, citing violations of the Clery Act and Title IX in the way university administration handled their ...
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Senate Passes Bill to Prevent Gun Violence, Sent to Brown

The California State Senate unanimously passed Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s bill to prevent gun violence last Friday, and the bill now heads to Governor Jerry Brown, who must approve the bill by Se...
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Self-Governance in Isla Vista: An Uncertain Future

When tear-gassed strangers came stumbling down Pasado Road, lost and confused after the Deltopia riots, local parks official and 30-year Isla Vista resident Pegeen Soutar did more than offer them was...
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Gender Discrepancy Among UCSB Employees

A public report of UC employee pay data from 2012 reveals that the top 14 highest paid UCSB employees are all male, and that of the top 30 highest paid employees, only two are female.
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Veterans Fight for More Resources at UCSB

It’s been nearly six months since former Special Forces soldier and current UCSB biology student Paul Malone embarked on his most recent mission to improve and expand the limited services offered t...
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Big West Basketball Trivia Contest

The winner will get three free tickets to the 2014 Big West Basketball Tournament on March 13-15 in Anaheim.
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Suicide Awareness, Prevention Among Local University Students

Sixteen years ago, UCSB student Matthew DeMarco lost his 15-year-old half-brother to suicide and depression. Two years later, his father — a successful Los Angeles businessman — contracted a life-...
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Best of UCSB 2014

Vote for your favorite restaurants, bars and other hotspots for our annual "Best of " special issue. Results will be featured in the Nexus on February 26th. Voting ends on the 19th.
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Is Isla Vista Rent Too Damn High? A Closer Look Into Housing in I.V.

With ‘For Rent’ signs slapped on almost every house or apartment in Isla Vista, thousands of students are now joining the annual housing rush that begins around the end of every Fall Quarter and b...
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Who’s Watching Your Keystrokes?

Internet Creeping Emerges As Potential Method of Evaluating Applicants in Competitive Job Market, College Admissions
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