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UCSB First UC To Remove Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Only transfer students received spots in the Bachelor of Arts program; all first-years were rerouted beginning Fall 2016.
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The Goings-On in I.V. This Week

What’s better than aged milk? Nothing! The Isla Vista Food Cooperative is hosting a Good Culture Demo where participants can try samples of cottage cheese.
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DACA Recipient: Repeal Is ‘Wake-Up Call,’ Urges Action

Mariel Islas moved to the United States when she was five years old and joined the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program at the age of 16.
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UCSB Gets New Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Bringing Total to 34

Six more electric vehicle charging stations were installed on campus at the beginning of Fall Quarter, according to UC Santa Barbara Transportation and Parking Services.
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$48 Fix: A.S. Supports Plan That Could Make Higher Education Free

"Tuition [that is] free is not a ridiculous idea," Reyes told the Nexus on Tuesday. "It’s something that is possible in our state."
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Spike in Fire Alarms, Emergency Calls After First Week of School

Emergency calls and triggered fire alarms at UC Santa Barbara have spiked in the last week since school began, the Santa Barbara County Fire Department said.
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Oldest UCSB Prof. Taught Through Vietnam, Civil Rights Movement

When Professor Bernard Kirtman began teaching at UC Santa Barbara 52 years ago, the Vietnam War was in full swing and the university was on the cusp of academic and social revolution.
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G.O.L.D. Prepares Mobile Updates

The UC Santa Barbara Registrar is making improvements to the Gaucho On-Line Data (GOLD) website that will make it more mobile-friendly and consistent with other UCSB websites.
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Ex-Judicial Affairs Director for UCSB Hid Evidence in Title IX Case, Complaint Says

UC Santa Barbara concealed evidence from a UCSB student defending himself against a suspension issued by the university for an alleged Title IX violation, according to a March court order and a compla...
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Letter from the Editor: From One ’90s Kid to the Last

The Nexus Editor in Chief gives incoming freshman encouraging advice for the upcoming year.
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Portola Dining Commons To Open in September

After a two-year-long construction project, the new Portola Dining Commons will be open and ready for students by Move-In Weekend at the end of September.
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MCC, Beloved Community Host Memorial for Lives Lost in Charlottesville

Over 50 students, faculty and community members gathered in the MultiCultural Center Monday afternoon for a candlelight memorial for the lives lost amidst the racially charged violence in Charlottesvi...
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American Indian Student Association Wins OSL Group of the Year

The UC Santa Barbara Office of Student Life (OSL) has named the American Indian Student Association (AISA) as the 2017 OSL Group of the Year for fostering Native American academic outreach and opportu...
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Channel Surfers Battle Rough Seas in 13-Mile Voyage

While many residents in Isla Vista were coping with hangovers and dirty apartments the day after Deltopia weekend, a group of UC Santa Barbara fourth years and alumni opted to embark on a long-desired...
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Despite Facing Unlikely Odds, Non-Traditional Grads Persevere

Most people thinking of college graduates might imagine naïve young adults with no responsibilities — youths who sleep in too late and drink too much, unlikely to cope with the pressures of the “...
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