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The goings-on in Isla Vista this week.
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Local Businesses Cope With Food Shortages as Highway 101 Remains Closed

Several Isla Vista businesses are experiencing product and food shortages due to the recent mudslides that have temporarily closed U.S. Route 101 northbound access from southern California.
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University Will Offer Travel Reimbursement as Highway 101 Remains Closed

The university will be providing a shuttle service to and from the Goleta Amtrak station and the harbor ferry.
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Argument in the Office: New Year New You? Or More of the Same?

Laurel Rinehart and Ali Abouesh debate the validity of the resolution trend at the dawn of this New Year.
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College Students Need Cheaper Textbooks

Andres Castañeda questions the steep price of education as textbook-buying season approaches.
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Sensationalism in Social Media

Brian Do cautions against the perception that social media posts are an accurate reflection of everyday life.
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Full-Court Vision: UC Davis Comes Back To Beat UCSB’s Women’s Basketball

Watch as the Gauchos fall to the Aggies in a showdown between the two top teams in the Big West Conference.
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Under the Scope: 2017-18 Big West Women’s Basketball Preview

With the Big West season underway, the Daily Nexus Sports staff breaks down all nine Big West teams seasons' thus far and their chances to run the table come March to secure a conference championship.
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Under the Scope: 2017-18 Big West Men’s Basketball Preview

With the Big West season underway, the Daily Nexus Sports staff breaks down every all nine Big West teams season thus far and their chances to run the table come March to secure a conference champions...
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New Talent: Isla Vista Bands to Watch in 2018

Everyone watching the Isla Vista music scene, myself included, can’t wait to see what these bands are going to do.
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The Friday Review: Saturation III by Brockhampton

Brockhampton just doesn’t stop. Their first three albums sound like no one else’s, and all of them are among the best rap albums of 2017, so Brockhampton may not remain on the periphery of mainstr...
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The Year of the Album: a Look Into the Future of Media Consumption

The advent of music editing technology has made the process of recording easier, slicker and faster — which makes a Beatles-esque creative yield even more achievable. This year, we saw a return to t...
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Increase In Temperature Decreases Manufacturing Efficiency

UC Santa Barbara researchers have shown that climate change will dramatically lower output for the Chinese manufacturing sector.
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The Year A Bike Path Was Opened Again

After being closed since the beginning of construction, a bike path has opened up and connected both sides of campus.
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Climate Change Differences Between Political Parties

Donald Trump winning the presidency has created a platform for the U.S. to say that it does not believe in climate change. Although many scientists and reports say that climate change is indeed happen...
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Students in ESS Pre-major Prepare to Literally Jump Through Hoops

Students have been working diligently to gear up for this week’s final challenge.
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Study Abroad Student Misses Memo, Shows Up 1 Week Early

The TAs then handed out the exams, and the professor wrote the time remaining on the board. Still, Sanders remained clueless.
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ALL THE SEX I’VE HAD THIS YEAR, RATED

Every year when my virginity restarts on Jan. 1, I record and rate all the sex I have had by month and man. Take a peek into my exciting life as a serial polygamist:
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WATCH: A Look Back on 2017

Join the Nexus as we revisit some of the most noteworthy moments of 2017 of UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista.
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In Photos: UCSB Students Bike Through Ash, Prepare for Finals Amid SoCal Fires

Daily Nexus photographers capture the UC Santa Barbara campus and Isla Vista amid raging California fires.
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In Photos: Students Protest Against GOP Tax Bill

Under the tax bill, graduate students that receive tuition waivers would have to pay income taxes because those waivers would be counted as income.
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Make Ahead Breakfast

Save yourself from going to class on an empty stomach with these breakfasts you can prepare the night before.
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Fad Diets: Lo-Carb High Fat Pros & Cons

The new year calls for new diets and health changes.
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Easy Holiday Treats

Save yourself the added stress with these easy-to-make festive treats.
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