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Photo via Facebook group "Help Find Angela Karmis"
Photo via Facebook group "Help Find Angela Karmis"

Missing UCSB Professor Found Safe

An adjunct UCSB professor who went missing Friday night was found safe Tuesday evening in a Pasadena hospital.
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Photo via Facebook group "Help Find Angela Karmis"

UCSB Professor, Community Activist Missing

Friends and colleagues of a UC Santa Barbara adjunct professor who has been missing since Friday have organized a search mission to take place on Monday evening.
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Photo via Facebook group "Help Find Angela Karmis"
Paris is located 605 miles from Nice.  Photo via Google Maps
Paris is located 605 miles from Nice.  Photo via Google Maps

UCSB Students Safe in France

All UC Santa Barbara students in France are confirmed to be safe after a man used a truck to kill 84 people in Nice, France on Thursday.
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Students line up at the Carillo Dining Commons on the UCSB campus. Christina  DeMarzo / Daily Nexus

UC Allocates $3.3 Million to Increase Student Access to Food

Juli Nguyen, who will begin her fourth year in the fall, has struggled with food insecurity since her first year at UC Santa Barbara.
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Students line up at the Carillo Dining Commons on the UCSB campus. Christina  DeMarzo / Daily Nexus
Community landmarks act as "gyms" which allows players to claim the territory for one of the three teams (red, yellow, blue). Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus
Community landmarks act as "gyms" which allows players to claim the territory for one of the three teams (red, yellow, blue). Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus

A Pokémon Takeover in Isla Vista

Students have been biking, skating and running furiously through the streets of Isla Vista, channeling their 1990s nostalgia as they join the Pokémon GO craze sweeping the nation.
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The lawsuit states the student was attacked between the track and tennis courts (Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus

Regents’ Challenge to Campus Rape Case Fails

The UC Regents have failed to strike four sections of text from a civil lawsuit filed against them in January arguing that they were partially responsible for a woman’s rape.
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The lawsuit states the student was attacked between the track and tennis courts (Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus
Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus
Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus

Isla Vistans Raise Concerns Against UCSB Construction

UC Santa Barbara’s ongoing construction at the intersection of El Colegio and Storke Roads has sparked concern from many Isla Vistans who believe children will not be safe in the major traffic area.
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UCSB Sees Increased Admissions, More In-State Students for 2016

The UC says it has admitted 3,000 more in-state students for the 2016-17 academic year, prompting revolutionary campus housing ideas and more.
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State senator Hannah-Beth Jackson addresses a crowd in Sacramento, CA in 2015. Courtesy of California Senate Majority Caucus
State senator Hannah-Beth Jackson addresses a crowd in Sacramento, CA in 2015. Courtesy of California Senate Majority Caucus

Jackson’s Bill to Recognize Marriage Equality Signed Into Law

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Tuesday a bill that will replace longstanding legal language in California with words that aim to properly recognize gender equality.
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Although a clear majority of Isla Vista voters are registered Democrats, 223 residents were Republican voters, 98 of whom voted for Democratic or third-party candidates. Courtesy of Troye Owens

UCSB Sees Large Voter Turnout Despite Finals

Voter turnout from UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista reached new heights this election year, with over 5,000 local residents casting votes in the June 7 California Primary.
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Although a clear majority of Isla Vista voters are registered Democrats, 223 residents were Republican voters, 98 of whom voted for Democratic or third-party candidates. Courtesy of Troye Owens
Each of the 27 UC fellows selected will receive a stipend of $2,500 to cover fees related to their internships; this will especially help students whose internships do not cover the costs of living in places like Washington, D.C. Courtesy of University of California
Each of the 27 UC fellows selected will receive a stipend of $2,500 to cover fees related to their internships; this will especially help students whose internships do not cover the costs of living in places like Washington, D.C. Courtesy of University of California

UCSB Students Receive Fellowships for Service Program

Three undergraduate students from UC Santa Barbara have received fellowships to participate in a new Presidential Public Service Fellowship Program beginning in the fall.
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Shown above is the Help the Boat People game in action, wherein players can drag, drop or flick the “boat people” to safety as they try to escape sinking boats. The game hopes to make players reflect on refugees and asylum seekers. Courtesy of the App Store

Refugees Sink or Swim in Controversial Game

Nic Cann, a UCSB alumnus from Melbourne, has created a smartphone game to help alleviate an ongoing international refugee crisis.
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Shown above is the Help the Boat People game in action, wherein players can drag, drop or flick the “boat people” to safety as they try to escape sinking boats. The game hopes to make players reflect on refugees and asylum seekers. Courtesy of the App Store
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UCSB Police Assist UCLA after Shooting, Boost Presence at Home

Less than 24 hours after the shooting at UCLA, six members of the UCSB Police Department arrived in Los Angeles to aid local officers.
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Inter-Fraternity Council president and UCSB second-year student Brendan Gonzalez listens to questions asked by AS off-campus senator Akshaya Natarajan during public comment during the AS Senate meeting at the Corwin Pavilion on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus

Interfraternity Council Did Not Bribe Voters, Committee Says

After investigating bribery allegations against the Interfraternity Council (IFC), a UC Santa Barbara committee says it has found no evidence of wrongdoing.
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Inter-Fraternity Council president and UCSB second-year student Brendan Gonzalez listens to questions asked by AS off-campus senator Akshaya Natarajan during public comment during the AS Senate meeting at the Corwin Pavilion on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. Lorenzo Basilio / Daily Nexus
Graduate Students
Graduate Students

UCSB Class of 2016 Looks to Life After Graduation

As UC Santa Barbara’s graduating class prepares to walk the line next week, nearly 5,000 students are looking to the future for life after college.
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