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A Revived Relationship with Food

Miya Herzstein reflects on how studying abroad has changed her eating habits for the better.
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The Personal is Political: My UCDC Experience

Sarah Garrett recounts her experience interning on Capitol Hill for the UCDC program.
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Pursue Your Passion or Please Your Parents?

What if the life you envision for yourself doesn't match up with the one your parents envision for you? Sanya Kamidi searches for a compromise.
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Are You a Murderer or a Sexist? Choose One

Annabel Li discusses the dichotomous nature of the abotion debate.
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The Clickbait Debate: Is Gossip Newsworthy?

Morgan Wiitala examines the blurred line between news and entertainment in media coverage of the Trump Administration.
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ESCIs? Who Is She?

As the quarter comes to an end, Aryana Kamelian takes a critical look at UCSB's teacher evaluation system.
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Why Going Taught Me to Stay a Little Longer

Kian Karamdashti reflects on his feelings about home while studying across the pond.
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I Do Not Belong in the Motherland

Katherine Chen explores the complex reality of being caught between two identities.
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The Troubles of Being a Transfer Student

Autumn Murphy addresses the roadblocks that transfer students face when trying to enroll in classes.
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Dealing with Dysfunction: How to Beat the Holiday Blues

Assistant Opinion Editor Hannah Jackson shares her advice on making the most of the holidays outside of the traditional family dynamic.
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Letter to the Editor | To the Daily Nexus Editorial: “A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate”

A letter to the editor from IVP Steven Ho in response to the Nexus' "A Demand for Standards Re: A.S. Senate."
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Turtles and Travels: Researching Abroad in Costa Rica

Kaelen McCracken reviews the summer she spent researching sea turtles in Costa Rica with the Bren School of Environmental Science.
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Microaggressions Are a Macro Problem

Ally McCulloch calls attention to the microaggressions that women experience on a daily basis.
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I Am Not America’s Spokesperson

While studying abroad in London, Hannah Jackson explores the difficulties of being asked to speak for her entire country.
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A Call to Action: Free Saudi Feminists

The students of Advocating for Scholars at Risk call upon their fellow students to stand with Saudi Arabian feminists.
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