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Police Say Student Died, Another Student Was Sexually Assaulted at Fourth of July Party in Isla Vista

Police are still in the process of interviewing potential suspects, she said, and did not release a statement on the sexual assault earlier because it is currently under investigation.
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In Photos: Black Student Union Protests To ‘Drop the Charges’ Against Merced Students

Approximately 50 students rallied to gain support for the students, who they say were unjustly arrested at a peaceful, drug-free event.
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UCSB BSU Organizes ‘Drop the Charges’ Protest in Response to Arrest of 5 Black Students

Viranda Woodard, programming director for UCSB BSU, said several BSU executives across the UC collaborated to organize the protest, with other campuses standing in solidarity with UC Merced.
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Mental Health Studies: A Patient Perspective on Psychology

An in-depth look at the lack of inclusion in Psychology and an analysis of the effects it has on marginalized groups.
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Farewell from the Editor: Four Years at the ‘Nexus’

Outgoing opinion Editor Jackson Kerr bids his farewell and expresses his thanks and optimism for the future of the Daily Nexus.
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Farewell from the Editor: Continuing Activism

Outgoing Opinion Editor Sebastianne Kent bids her farewell and urges fellow activists to continue their work in the UCSB community.
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UCSB Crew Making Waves, Men & Women Claim National Championships

Competing across the country and often against NCAA Division II schools, UCSB has made a serious name for itself in the collegiate rowing scene.
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No Prior Experience Necessary: Matt Kuskey’s Unique Journey to the NCAA Finals

Most Division-I athletes have been excelling in their sport for years, but in the case of Matthew Kuskey, his transition to becoming one of the best Javelin throwers in college was a short one.
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2017 Nexus Sports Awards – Best Sports Moment of the Year

Some moments in sports are things we will never forget, and a team winning its first conference championship in nearly 20 years is one of those moments.
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Jay-Z and the Direction of Product Packaging in Hip Hop

That’s not to say that Jay doesn’t return to his default of braggadocious bars about wealth and success, but this record is different. It extends a bridge of insight to his listeners in a way that...
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Netflix’s Newest Fantasy Series ‘Castlevania’ Has Bite, But Only a Nibble

Netflix's "Castlevania" series has the distinction of being the very first video game adaptation to be just okay.
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WebsterX and Milwaukee’s Hip Hop Renaissance

Injury Reserve and WebsterX share a dynamic of creating spaces to craft seamlessly gravitative rap songs that are entirely divergent from their contemporaries. They are the embodiments of unapologetic...
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UCSB Researchers Discover Novel Functions in Drosophila Rhodopsin

Researchers identify Rh7 as a potential equivalent of mammalian, intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells. ipRGCs. This research can further our understanding of regulation of circadian rhy...
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An Alternate Route After Graduation

Graduating seniors find that more time between grad school and industry benefit career choices.
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Graduating Master’s Students Share UCSB Perspective

Two graduating master's students share their grad school experience and what they gained from UCSB
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Fresh Meat for Freshmen Program Proves a Huge Missed Steak

The Commission on Welcoming Freshmen (CWF) has cut funding for their proposed program “Fresh Meat for Freshmen”
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Local Ant Colony Prepares for Upcoming Picnic Season

As boiling July turns to simmering August, many families prepare last-minute outings before the new school year commences.
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Student Struggles Against Urge To Show-off Newfound Drinking Skills

Marie Bryant, a soon-to-be third year history student, returned to her hometown of Pasadena, California, to spend the summer break with her family.
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In Photos: Black Student Union Protests To ‘Drop the Charges’ Against Merced Students

Approximately 50 students rallied to gain support for the students, who they say were unjustly arrested at a peaceful, drug-free event.
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In Photos: Khalid at the Hub

Finally making his way up to Santa Barbara, neo-soul, pop-influenced singer Khalid performed his long-awaited set in the Hub this past Saturday.
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In Photos: Extravaganza 2017

It’s an unspoken fact that UCSB students’ favorite way to celebrate the school year winding down is Extravaganza, held yearly at Harder Stadium. This year’s incarnation of the event ...
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Graduation Grub

Where to eat when you’re with your family, friends or just feeling sentimental
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Graduation Cocktails

Cocktails to celebrate the end of your undergraduate years.
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Collin Signs Off from On The Menu

Final send-off to On The Menu's assistant editor.
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