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How To Lose a Frat Guy in 10 Days

Frat guys are great … OK, maybe some of them are — jury’s out on the rest. Maybe you get lucky and actually find a decent guy with letters who treats you right, or maybe you don’t. Have you ev...
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UCSB Responds to CCS Break-in: We Would Never Give them Enough To Be Missing 10k

UC Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies was burglarized over winter break, according to an email sent out to all of the college’s students earlier this week. The college estimates the loss ...
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In Photos | Blue-Green Rivalry Renewed at the Thunderdome

UCSB was able to defend its home court for the fifth consecutive year against rival Cal Poly, defeating the Mustangs by a final score of 65-56.
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Local, Weak Men Fear Groups of Girls Walking Behind Them

Men’s rights activists everywhere are finally speaking out about the fear and anxiety induced by a group of girls appearing behind them while walking.
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“Tampons Shouldn’t Be Free,” Cry People Who Don’t Menstruate

Following a recent announcement that the university will begin offering free menstrual products in the Chi-5 residence halls, a group of offended men emerged from their mothers’ basements and flocke...
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Holiday Shopping


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Goat Boy: Christmas Classics


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Success


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The Star


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Maximum Efficiency


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December Finals


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Gaucho Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Holidays from us at the Nexus! We here at Nexustentialism know how difficult it can be to get some good gifts for your friends and family here at UCSB, so we thought we’d do you a solid and te...
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In Photos | College Cup Comes to UC Santa Barbara

Relive the greatest moments of the college cup matches from this past weekend.
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If Loving You is Wrong, Lock Me Up: An RA Love Story

First-year Greg Pitkis made breaking news this week after it was revealed that he and his RA, Emily Robinson, have been carrying on an illicit romance. A close source told the Nexus that Pitkis first ...
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UCSB Bans Bikes to Increase Bird Traffic

In a completely unsurprising turn of events, UCSB has decided to ban the use of bicycles on campus bike paths to allow room for Bird scooters, now the preferred method of transportation for UCSB stude...
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