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Yes Men to Visit UCSB

Daily Nexus Writer and Managing Editor Lexi Pandell interviews political satire group "Yes Men" on their recent activities and future plans.
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Who’s Who in the County

Whether you are a first year student or fifth year veteran, it is essential to recognize the movers and shakers within the county.
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Under The Influence: Alcohol and Drugs

“He wasn’t a problem kid,” John Piacentini, whose son Nick passed away last year, said.
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Forty years ago, a mob of students stormed the Bank of America building.

On the night of Feb. 25, 1970, second-year student Greg Desilet grabbed his camera from his apartment on El Nido Lane and joined the crowds swarming the streets of Isla Vista.
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Fighting A New Battle

After seven years and two months as a Marine, Alonso Zavala went from soldier to UCSB student in just seven days.
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Love Lessons

Sociology Professors Janice and John Baldwin exude a contagious energy that their students, who are young enough to be their grandchildren, can't even match.
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Campus Commemorates Veterans

Honoring Memorial Day one day past, the Student Veterans at UCSB organized thousands of crosses and set them along the strips of lawn on campus Tuesday. The crosses commemorate the sacrifice of member...
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KaBam!

Cooking squad Karimi & Comrades prepare cuisine of Iran, Guatemala and the Phillippines Tuesday night at the MCC.
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Feature Photo

Around 200 people showed up to the Sigma Nu house last night to see musician Afroman play two and a half songs after arriving two hours late to the performance.
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Busted

"There are so many drunk people here, I don't know why you chose us."
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The Trail Needs Dusting: A Nexus Goodbye

I've learned a lot of things in the past four years and many of them I learned while working at one of the best damned college papers in the state.
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Judge Joseph Lodge — 1932-2008

In his almost 50 years on the bench in Santa Barbara County, Judge Joseph Lodge had a reputation that preceded him. Seasoned trial lawyers and fresh faces out of law school knew that with a gavel in h...
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Five Years… and Counting

For Maj. Mike Salvo, a UCSB associate professor of military science, Americans seem to have simply forgotten the pain of September 11 and the threat Islamofacism represents.
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Astronomers Strive For Global Network of Telescopes

Santa Barbara's Las Cumbres Observatory is as immaculately clean as an operating room. On the ground leading to the entrance of its lab lies a four-by-six white sheet, which at first seems insignifica...
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Gang Busters

While some residents worry about a growing epidemic, other local organizers and prosecutors are committing themselves to decreasing gang violence in Santa Barbara and its surrounding areas.
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