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Nexite Abroad Reports Spanish Compromise

While studying in Spain, Maura Fox took a trip to Florence, Italy, where she learned about the deteriorating Spanish government from afar. Apparently, the bipartisan system is not working as well as it should be. Maura Fox/Daily Nexus

In this third installment, Nexus writer Maura Fox shares her thoughts on the Spanish government while studying abroad in Madrid, Spain.
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Vista Point: The Goings On in I.V. This Week

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A meeting to discuss the future of the Isla Vista Community Center will be held at 5 p.m. tonight at the I.V. Clinic building. Organizers are also planning to host a “brainstorming session” next w...
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Zakaria Talks Trump, Clinton, the Necessity of Humanities

Soham Tikekar / Daily Nexus

Fareed Zakaria, host of the award-winning CNN show “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” spoke to a sold-out audience at Granada Theatre on Tuesday as part of the event Election 2016: A View from Home and Abroad.
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Leaving Home: A Soldier, a Student and a Lesson on Self Discovery

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Max Fernbacher shares side-by-side profiles of two very different individuals at the same stage in life.
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The Truth About Measure F

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An anonymous letter from a reader, aiming to educate you about Measures E and F and the fliers that have appeared on many cars in Isla Vista.
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Something to Do

Art by SIerra Deak / Daily Nexus

Anjalie Tandon questions the logic behind simply filling your time.
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Gauchos Hope Big West Opener Means End to Losing Streak

Ahinga Selemani battles for the ball. Jenny Luo / Daily Nexus

After five straight non-conference losses, UCSB hopes to begin the conference schedule the right way with a win at UC Riverside.
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NFL Hall of Fame Nominees Announced; Top 3 RBs

Sierra Deak / Daily Nexus

After the recent release of the NFL Hall of Fame's Class of 2017 nominations, Sports Editor Sean White keys in on the running back position specifically and forms a Top 3 list of ball carriers that sh...
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Gauchos In Search Of First Conference Win

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After being swept by Hawaii in its first Big West match, UCSB heads on the road to Northridge to try to pick up its first win of the conference season.
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Keys N Krates Ring in School Year

Jenny Luo / Daily Nexus

The energy was palpable Saturday night as students hurried to UCSB’s Welcome Back Concert, eager to dance up a sweat to the trap beats of EDM group Keys N Krates.
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Iron & Wine: Mighty Fine

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“I don’t have a setlist,” the musician cooed lowly into the microphone... He then welcomed requests, prompting polite shouts from the audience for music old and new.
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Coming Soon to a Campus Near You

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UCSB Arts & Lectures have a track record, and their lineup for the Fall 2016 season has a gem for every ear and eye.
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UCSB Professor Receives $10 Million To Establish Benioff Ocean Initiative

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The Benioff Ocean Initiative (BOI) is a foundation focused on helping universities understand the pressing problems the world’s oceans face. The BOI aims to find solutions resulting in cleaner and h...
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Polymer Brush Growing Made Easier and Faster

In the original photograph, (f), taken by Christian Pester, the patterned polymer brush that was grown was able to replicate (f) in extreme detail, as shown in (e). This reproduction illustrates the spatial resolution and complexity in the process. Courtesy of onlinelibrary.wiley.com

A team led by Christian Pester and Craig J. Hawker of the Materials Research Laboratory at UCSB has recently invented a new process called sequential stop-flow photopatterning to create complex micron...
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Competition Begets Life-Saving Innovation

Always having had a passion for inventing, Senese attended UCSB with the intention of majoring in computer science. However, Senese switched majors looking for flexibility, but his passion for building never faded. Courtesy of qualcomm.com

UCSB alumnus participates in a competition with the goal of inventing a device that relays danger.
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Professor Creates Add Code Competition, Mass Casualties Ensue

Sierra Deak / Daily Nexus

The competition consists of four stages: a chariot race, a steel cage wrestling match, jousting, and finally a multiple choice exam.
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Unsure Student Desperately Searches for Confirmation They’re in Correct Classroom

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"If someone in front of me could pull up their G.O.L.D. or write the class title on the top of their page, I would feel a lot better right now."
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Sorority Sally Goes 2 Weeks Without Social Media, Narrowly Survives

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Day 3: Have re-activated Facebook accidentally through Spotify. The whole chapter has been fined for my negligence, and my Spotify privileges have been revoked.
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In Photos: Black Lives Matter Rally

Jenny Luo / Daily Nexus

Over 150 people attended a rally organized by Santa Barbara High School students from the local chapter of Ethnic Studies Now on Thursday.
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In Photos: Second Annual Welcome to Paradise Festival

Dustin Harris / Daily Nexus

The Daily Nexus hosted the second annual Welcome to Paradise Festival on Tuesday. Students gathered in Storke Plaza to enjoy cotton candy, popcorn, henna tattoos, poetry-to-go and more. Opener Brandi ...
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In Photos: New Student Convocation 2016

Dustin Harris / Daily Nexus

On Monday, September 19, approximately 5,000 UCSB freshmen and new transfer students gathered on the Faculty Green for New Student Convocation. From there, students promptly made their way to their fi...
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Schmear Ye, Shmear Ye! Bagel Cafe Turns 25

Yuki Copnall / Daily Nexus

" For 25 years, the restaurant has remained a staple of I.V. culture. Every morning it’s packed with people looking to get a bite of its well-priced, delicious food"
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Creamy Zucchini Pasta

Marisa Ratchford / Daily Nexus

A simply delicious recipe packed with cheese, veggies and to-die-for sauce that will impress everyone
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How Do I Make the Best Coffee with a Drip Machine?

Hari Patel / Daily Nexus

The Bean Queen is back and ready to teach you about cold brew
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