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Historic El Centro Building Set To Reopen

A year after students and alumni fought against the demolition of The El Centro Annex building, El Centro will be officially reopened on April 14.
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Phishing Scams Target UCSB and SB Residents

Phishing schemes strike again at unsuspecting UCSB students.
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‘NewCen’ To Create Innovation Lab, Pedestrian Path

A 3D model obtained by the Nexus suggests that there will be several unannounced features to the NewCen added on to the original proposed plan.
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UCSB Spanish and Portuguese Department Hosts Indigenous Writers Conference

For the first time at UC Santa Barbara, indigenous writers, poets and scholars gathered for “A Verbal Kaleidoscope,” a conference aiming to challenge how indigenous literature and practices are st...
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Abortion Pill Clears Hurdle on Path to Public Universities

New reports confirm the safety of the Mifiprex pill, a hormonal pill used for medical abortions, which could sway legislators on their vote regarding Senate Bill 320.
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Stagnant $2 Million Fund Could Offset UCen Project Costs, Fees Will Still Rise After Inflation

The student fees that would fund a proposed University Center renovation decreased slightly after students voted to allocate a roughly $2 million fund to the project, though part of the fees would sti...
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Broken, Outdated Pipes to Blame for UCen Smell

The University Center is in need of numerous structural improvements, including leaking parts of the roof and burst sewage pipes which have caused a strange smell in the building, according to the cha...
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UCSB to Host First Annual Indigenous Writers Conference

The UCSB Spanish and Portuguese department will host “A Verbal Kaleidoscope,” its first-ever conference about indigenous writers, languages and literatures on April 4 and 5.
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UCen Project Will Be on A.S. Elections Ballot

A.S. Elections Board and career staff members involved in the elections process verified the number of signatures and student perm numbers to make sure that each is valid, according to Le.
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UCSB Mock Trial Team Qualifies for Nationals for First Time in Team History

The UC Santa Barbara Mock Trial team has qualified for the American Mock Trial Association National Championships for the first time in the team’s 20-year history.
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First-Year UC Santa Barbara Student Remembered as ‘Iconic’ and Charitable Musician  

A first-year UC Santa Barbara student died on March 9 in a motorcycle accident outside Isla Vista. He was 18 years old.
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Students Fight for Bill to Extend Cal Grant into Summer

The Coalition for a Better UC launched a campaign in the fall of 2017 focused on passing Assembly Bill 3153, which will extend financial aid from Cal Grant into summer sessions.
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Stalker Reportedly Harassing Women After UCSB Lectures

The suspect has allegedly stalked and harassed multiple women in the past week.
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Students Would Pay Close to $200 Million for New UCen

Officials say a proposed University Center renovation plan would cost $48 million, but students could pay more than $193 million if the project ever becomes a reality. 
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President Le Draws Backlash for UCen Petitioning Methods

Associated Students President Hieu Le has received criticism for his methods of gathering signatures for a proposed University Center renovation project, which include not explicitly mentioning the co...
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