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Measure R Passes, “Yes On Measure R” Campaign Celebrates

This was the CSD’s second attempt to secure consistent funding following the failure of Measure F in 2016, which left the CSD without a primary source of funding.
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Letter From the Editor: Merk’s Paradise

New Editor-in-Chief Jorge Mercado introduces himself and examines the past three years in college, and the nexus, that has led him to this point.
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Vista Point

ELBOWS, KNEES AND FEET (KNEES AND FEET) Come to the Pardall Center Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. for free self-defense classes hosted by Santa Barbara Krav Maga. Circuit training, striking and kicking...
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Warm & Wild Nights at Woodstock’s Trivia

College kids everywhere take to trivia events about as well as they do to pizza and beer, but there’s something distinctly Isla Vistan about the tradition at Woodstock’s, which opened its I.V. loc...
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Bong, Bong, Bong: The Hands Behind the Carillon Bells

As a member of Adjunct Professor Margo Halsted’s carillon bells class, Sophia Tao has spent the last two years making the trek up the tower at least once a week to play the bells.
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Letter From the Editor: For Fox Sake, 4 Years Sure Flew By

I’m a little confused by it all, to be honest; how do four years go by so quickly?
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LIVE: Santa Barbara County Election Results 2018

The Nexus will be updating this page with live results from the California Primary Election and the Santa Barbara County election. 
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Title IX Policy Changes Proposed by UCOP

A graduate student representative of the UC Santa Barbara Title IX Student Advisory Board presented a series of proposed UC Title IX policy changes to the A.S. Senate Wednesday evening.
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Bubbly Second-Year Student Remembered for Her ‘Inner Light’

“Annie had a very specific sense of humor. She had a sarcastic wit that was very playful and could ease you into having a conversation,” Yoon said. “Her laugh and smile were so distinct. It was ...
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S.A.G. Martinez Charged With Domestic Violence, Driving Under Influence

The Associated Students student advocate general is being charged with two criminal offenses, according to publicly available court records as well as police arrest records obtained by the Nexus.
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UCSB Professor Leads Summer Course for Incarcerated Teens

UC Santa Barbara Theater and Dance Professor Michael Morgan’s program The Odyssey Project, which aims to rehabilitate incarcerated teenagers in Santa Barbara, will run for the eighth time this summe...
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Vista Point: Freebies and Activities in Isla Vista

The UCSB campus group Improvability is hosting a 24-hour Improvathon from 8 p.m. on Friday to 8 p.m. on Saturday.
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How Much Are Pro, Anti-Measure R Groups Spending for Your Vote?

Primary elections are rolling around quickly, with voting set to take place next week on Tuesday, June 5. Two campaigns have mounted for the passage and failure of Measure R, a utility tax to fund the...
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How Much Are SB County Sheriff Candidates Spending for Your Vote?

Sheriff Bill Brown leads the fundraising effort comfortably with $251,364, as of May 25 — the last date on file that Brown reported finances — ahead of Lt. Brian Olmstead, who has raised $124,329 ...
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Sheriff Candidates Talk Platforms in Isla Vista

I.V. residents and UCSB students welcomed the three Santa Barbara County Sheriff-Coroner candidates with a packed room as the three made their last push to win over third district voters before the Ju...
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