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Peyton Stotelmyre / Daily Nexus

Uncertainty for Undocumented as Inauguration Looms

With eight days until inauguration, undocumented students throughout the UC face an uncertain future.
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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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Courtesy of Laura Uzes / Daily Bruin
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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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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Oliver Zuniga / Daily Nexus
Oliver Zuniga / Daily Nexus

Walkout To Defy Possible UC Tuition Hikes

Student activists plan to simultaneously leave their classes Monday in protest of a proposed tuition increase for all University of California students.
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Meeting Wednesday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, professors from multiple 
academic departments contributed to discussions about free speech, student safety and fairness. Jose Ochoa / Daily Nexus

Faculty Join Free Speech Dialogue

UCSB professors, advisors and faculty held a discussion Wednesday in response to the A.S Senate’s approval of $5,000 in funding for College Republicans’ event.
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Meeting Wednesday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building, professors from multiple 
academic departments contributed to discussions about free speech, student safety and fairness. Jose Ochoa / Daily Nexus
Will Tran / Daily Nexus
Will Tran / Daily Nexus

A Peek Through Professors’ Office Doors

Five UCSB professors discuss their work spaces and the meanings behind the items inside; from Darth Vader to a red, wooden phallus, the eclectic stylings reflect the unique professors that display the...
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Sierra Deak / Daily Nexus

Vista Point: The Goings On in Isla Vista This Week

From Isla Vista town hall to a discussion the morning after the General Election, Vista Point has the rundown on this week's events.
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Sierra Deak / Daily Nexus
The bill was originally proposed by A.S. Senator Elias Jordan, and it faced no opposition when it went before the Senate. Jordan hopes that the bill will highlight the importance of diversity at UCSB. Courtesy photo
The bill was originally proposed by A.S. Senator Elias Jordan, and it faced no opposition when it went before the Senate. Jordan hopes that the bill will highlight the importance of diversity at UCSB. Courtesy photo

A.S. Legal Code Revised to Include Non-Binary Pronouns

The new bill is the second piece of legislation to promote inclusivity at UCSB, the other being the use of students’ preferred names on ACCESS cards.
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Gilbert Nazari (right) cuts hair in his dorm room for cheaper rates than most local barber shops. Courtesy Nathan Mai

UC Santa Barber: First-Year Student Runs Authentic Salon Out of Anacapa

First-year political science major Gilbert Nazari treats an average of four customers to a near-authentic barber shop experience every day in Anacapa.
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Gilbert Nazari (right) cuts hair in his dorm room for cheaper rates than most local barber shops. Courtesy Nathan Mai
Courtesy UCSB Conference Services
Courtesy UCSB Conference Services

Bird Calls Persist While Residents Call for Reprieve

Residents of the neighboring San Miguel and San Nicolas dorms have received reports from resident assistants about students yelling “cacaw” at all hours of the day and night.
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College of Letters & Science senator Alexander Giolito speaks during the weekly Legislative Council meeting on Wednesday, October 26, 2016. The Finance and Business Committee's decision is pending approval from the A.S. Senate at this Wednesday's meeting.

A.S. Finance Committee To Fund $5,000 for College Republicans Event Featuring Ben Shapiro

UCSB College Republicans received $5,000 from the A.S. Finance and Business Committee for an upcoming event featuring Ben Shapiro, a political commentator who will present a criticism of the Black Liv...
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College of Letters & Science senator Alexander Giolito speaks during the weekly Legislative Council meeting on Wednesday, October 26, 2016. The Finance and Business Committee's decision is pending approval from the A.S. Senate at this Wednesday's meeting.
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Tossed Tortillas Land in Campus Compost Bin

It is UC Santa Barbara tradition for students to fling tortillas onto the field after a goal during home soccer games, a custom that will undoubtedly continue into Saturday’s match against rival Cal...
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UCSB Hackers Advance in Worldwide Competition

A group of hackers from UC Santa Barbara is a top 10 team to advance in a cyber security contest that began with 18,000 undergraduate students from around the world.
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Courtesy of NYU Tandon School of Engineering
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Arbor’s Tarot Card Reader Buckingham Reads Fortunes, Gives Advice

Near the corner of the Arbor’s bustling walkway, a small camp-like setup can be seen next to Larry Calvaletto’s “Got Questions?” booth. Advertised with a piece of cardboard box inked with the ...
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