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Department of Education Repeals Obama-Era Campus Sexual Assault Guidelines

U.S. Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos issued new interim guidelines Friday that reverse Obama administration policies regarding sexual assault on college campuses.
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New Tax for CSD Could Bypass Voters

A State Supreme Court decision could make a new tax in Isla Vista possible through bypassing most voters and giving local government officials the power to vote on a tax, a lawyer for the Isla Vista C...
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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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SBCC Linebacker Arrested After UCPD Officer Suffers Concussion

Brown has been suspended from athletics until the situation is resolved, according to a statement from SBCC spokesperson Luz Reyes-Martín.
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Reflections from UC Santa Barbara on September 11, 2001

In memory of the lives lost on September 11, we have compiled some reflections from former students and Nexus editors who attended UCSB in 2001.
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BREAKING: UC Files Lawsuit Against Trump Administration for ‘Unlawful’ DACA Repeal

The UC is the first university to file a lawsuit against the Trump presidency's repeal of DACA, according to a press release from the UC Office of the President.
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University of California Says It Will Support DACA Recipients in the Wake of President’s ‘Backward-Thinking’ Repeal

The DACA program was introduced in 2012 when former President Barack Obama signed it into law with an executive order.
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Former UC Santa Barbara Student Convicted of 2014 Campus Rape

A former UC Santa Barbara student was convicted of violently raping a female UCSB student in February 2014 after he pled guilty to multiple felony counts on Wednesday.
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What You Need to Know About I.V. Government

Isla Vista’s vibrant political history rooted in efforts for self-governance culminated in last year’s establishment of the Isla Vista Community Services District (CSD), the first government with ...
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County To Install Pardall Stoplight

The construction of a traffic signal at the intersection of Pardall Road and Embarcadero Del Norte in Isla Vista will begin this month and will be completed by Sep. 15, according to county officials.
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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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A.S. Resolution Denounces White Supremacism in Response to Charlottesville Protests

The Associated Student Senate unanimously passed a resolution through email Wednesday denouncing the white supremacism last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia and standing with the university in its...
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UCSB, A.S. Condemn White Supremacism in Charlottesville

UC Santa Barbara and the UCSB Associated Students released a joint statement Wednesday condemning the acts of racism last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia and affirming the university’s dedicati...
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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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