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SpaceX Launch Commences Groundbreaking Satellite Program After Eight Years In Development

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully lifted off from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Lompoc Saturday morning, carrying ten Iridium NEXT satellites into low-Earth orbit.
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The side room of El Centro has been a safe haven for students of color since it opened in the late 1970's. Jose Arturo Ochoa / Daily Nexus

Students Told to Evacuate El Centro Annex Before Possible Demolition

The El Centro building’s Arnulfo Casillas’ Activity Room must be evacuated in 45 days because of dryrot, insect damage and seismic risk, UC Santa Barbara administrators notified students Thursday.
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The side room of El Centro has been a safe haven for students of color since it opened in the late 1970's. Jose Arturo Ochoa / Daily Nexus
A woman holds a poster saying "Compassion and Solidarity are Presidential" during an anti-Trump rally on November 14, 2016. Josie Baez / Daily Nexus
A woman holds a poster saying "Compassion and Solidarity are Presidential" during an anti-Trump rally on November 14, 2016. Josie Baez / Daily Nexus

Student Walkout Planned for Trump Inauguration Day

The Santa Barbara Student Activist Network is hosting the “National Student Walkout Against Bigotry & Hate,” and it is one of many college campus marches that will occur throughout the nation in o...
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Uncertainty for Undocumented as Inauguration Looms

With eight days until inauguration, undocumented students throughout the UC face an uncertain future.
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Protesters block an entrace to a parking garage near the UC Board of Regents meeting held in UCSF Mission Bay.  Nexus file photo
Protesters block an entrace to a parking garage near the UC Board of Regents meeting held in UCSF Mission Bay.  Nexus file photo

Brown: More Funding, Less Aid in the UCs

Gov. Jerry Brown proposed higher funding for the University of California in his budget proposal released Tuesday, allocating $146.7 million more to the UC system.
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Children’s Center Benefits From New Funds

Surrounded by foam letters, cubbies and a model igloo, kids at the Children’s Center in Goleta painted their names with colored ice cubes on Monday morning.
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Kevin Son/Daily Nexus

UCSB Freshmen Applicants Hit All-Time Record in 2017 for New Class

UCSB has set a record for the highest number of first-year applicants, up six percent from last year with a total of 81,782 applications.
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Vista Point: I.V. Events to Check Out This Week

The weekly goings-on in I.V.
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Courtesy of Laura Uzes / Daily Bruin

UC Employees Protest Low Wages

The UC Teamsters Union demanded higher wages in protests on Tuesday.
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Position Vacancies the Focus of Wednesday’s Senate Meeting

A.S. Senate is aiming to create a more organized process for filling vacancies.
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Jenny Luo/Daily Nexus

ESTEEM Program to Guide Engineering Students

UC Santa Barbara’s College of Engineering has introduced a new program to support engineering students, funded by a $4.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
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The Citizen Online Reporting System will allow residents to file crime reports at any time of the day as long as they have internet. The purpose of this new online tool is to reduce the amount of low priority calls. Stephen Manga/Daily Nexus

Sheriff Implements New Online Reporting System

The new system will allow online reporting for criminal activity, offering a more efficient law enforcement model.
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The Citizen Online Reporting System will allow residents to file crime reports at any time of the day as long as they have internet. The purpose of this new online tool is to reduce the amount of low priority calls. Stephen Manga/Daily Nexus
Jenny Luo / Daily Nexus
Jenny Luo / Daily Nexus

Milo Yiannopoulos Visit Canceled at UC Santa Barbara

College Republicans canceled the event after having difficulty scheduling Yiannopoulos’ visit with his handlers, according to Victoria Penate, College Republicans treasurer and a second-year economi...
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Suspect Arrested in Hit-and-Run of SBCC Student

A suspect was arrested Wednesday for a hit-and-run incident Dec. 2. that left a Santa Barbara City College student in the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
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Students, Local Chumash Continue Protests Against Dakota Access Pipeline

Chants of “You can't drink oil, keep it in the soil” filled the air Wednesday as approximately 100 students joined members of the local Chumash tribe in protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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