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Admission Rate at UC Santa Barbara Slips Lower for Class of 2021

UCSB accepted 493 more out-of-state students than in the previous year and 297 more international students.
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Hit and Run Leaves UCSB Student with Broken Leg

California Highway Patrol (CHP) responded Wednesday afternoon to a call of a hit and run with major injuries on Pardall and Embarcadero Del Mar. CHP responded to a call of a hit and run at approximate...
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Male Victim Dies After Self-Inflicted Gunshot on UCSB Campus

Police responded to a gunshot on the UC Santa Barbara campus at approximately 10:30 p.m. on Thursday.
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UCPD Officers Respond to Gunshot Reported on UCSB Campus

Officers are currently investigating the incident after receiving report of a gunshot near Parking Structure 22.
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Updated: UCSB Student, Nexus Editor Reported Missing in Baja California Located

A UC Santa Barbara student and Nexus University News Editor has been reported missing in Baja California after going on backpacking trip with her family.
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‘Daily Show’ Host Trevor Noah to Visit Santa Barbara in January

Comedian and “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah is performing a stand-up show on Jan. 19 at the Arlington Theatre as part of the 2017-18 UCSB Arts & Lectures season.
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Joe Biden Set To Speak in Santa Barbara in October

Joseph Biden, whom former President Barack Obama called “the best vice president America has ever had,” is coming to Santa Barbara on Oct. 21.
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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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Timeline: Year in Review

The Nexus has compiled major moments in the 2016-17 academic year.
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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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An Arm and a Leg for a Cap and a Gown

Along with the $79.99 purchase of commencement regalia from the UCen Bookstore, which includes the graduation stole, tassel, cap and gown, the increased demand for lodging inflates the prices of hotel...
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The Goings-On in I.V. This Week

This week's Vista Point includes grad cap decorating, donation-based yoga class, free vegan food and more.
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I.V. Food Co-op Takes Powerful Step With Solar Panel Installation

The Isla Vista Food Cooperative celebrated its recent solar panel installation of solar panels with a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Sunday.
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A.S. Votes To Boycott Gio’s Until Management Issues Apology

Associated Students passed a resolution this past Wednesday to boycott Giovanni’s Pizza in Isla Vista after the restaurant staff allegedly discriminated against a Mexican customer.
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