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A.S. Senate Violates Brown Act With Closed Session, A.S. AG Says

The Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953 “guarantees the public’s right to attend and participate in meetings of local legislative bodies,” according to a pamphlet published by the California Attorney Gen...
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Tri Delta To Suspend Operations at End of School Year

Sullivan cited a decline in membership numbers as the reason for shuttering operations.
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LIVE: California Midterm Election Results 2018

The Nexus will be updating this page with live results from the California Midterm Election and the Santa Barbara County election. 
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Biko Voting Information Night Aims to Educate Student Voters

Many attendees had their phones out throughout the event, googling specific proposition language and facts to aid the conversation.
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Campus Dems and College Republicans Prepare for Midterm Election

In addition to creating spaces for students to discuss and learn more about politics, both organizations have been canvassing for candidates aligned with their respective views.
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BREAKING: EVPSA Seat To Be Left Vacant For Rest of Academic Year

Sunday’s deadline was the third extension set by the board following a continuous struggle to get students to vote in the special election.
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Rockfire Rocks Into Isla Vista

Rockfire Grill opened its doors to the Isla Vista public on Nov. 2, offering free T-shirts to the first 50 patrons.
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UCSB Students Gather in Response to the Trump Administration’s Potential Redefinition of Gender

The effort consisted of card- and poster-making activities on Monday and Tuesday in the RCSGD room in the SRB.
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Southern California Edison Admits to Being a Source of the Thomas Fire

SCE is now awaiting permission from CAL FIRE to further its investigation into the causes of the Thomas Fire.
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Halloween Brings a Decrease In Arrests, Increase in Citations

The exception to the general decrease in activity was the amount of citations, which rose to 35 this year, as opposed to 13 in 2017.
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UCSB College Republicans Host Public Forum to Debate Validity of Cultural Due Process

While the discussion questions focused on the legal implications of due process, participants also heavily discussed Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings and the national uproar left in the wak...
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SBMTD Moves Busses to Increase Capacity on Line 28

UCSB students also make up significant portions of ridership on several other lines, particularly during the academic year.
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Quiet Pre-Halloween Weekend, Police Expect Next Weekend to Be Similar

In an effort to deter the unmanageable crowds that accompanied Halloween festivities in I.V. prior to 2014, UCSB runs an annual advertising campaign that encourages Halloween celebrants to “keep it ...
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Elections Board Struggling To Meet EVPSA Special Election Voter Threshold

If the minimum voting threshold is not reached, the EVPSA position will remain vacant until the Spring Quarter 2019 elections.
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CSD Finalizes Contract with UCPD for Interpersonal Violence Investigator

Several organizations have pushed for the implementation of an interpersonal violence investigator in I.V.
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