Man arrested for assault with deadly weapon at Camino Real Marketplace

SBSO responded at 9:16 a.m. to a report of an assault involving a knife that just occurred, arriving near the Staples located in Camino Real Marketplace.
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Cooper Housing Institute awards $50,000 to UCSB to launch new Housing SAdvocate Program and support Housing Voucher Program

The nonprofit foundation, founded in 2018, has supported various campus programs in the past that tackle issues of student housing availability.
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Local youth center continues summer mural program to heighten representation in Isla Vista

The program was coordinated by recent doctoral graduate of UC Santa Barbara Gevirtz School Stephanie Arguera with support from the Center for Publicly Engaged Scholarship and the Department of Educati...
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Letter from the editor: Our past informs our future

Atmika Iyer, editor-in-chief, reflects on the past and her future at the Nexus.
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It’s Okay To Change Your Major

Alice Zhang advocates for the choice to change one's major as she recounts her academic experience thus far.
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Udderly Gross: An Ode to Oat Milk

Simone Kuo discusses the inefficiency of cow's milk and weighs the benefits of non-dairy alternatives, particularly oat milk.
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Men’s waterpolo on 4-game hot streak

Men's waterpolo has gone on an impressive win streak headed into more league play.
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Women’s soccer has trouble maintaining course

UCSB women's soccer got off to a shaky start but look to turn their season around, with their last game ending in a draw.
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Chet Holmgren out for the season without playing one NBA minute

Chet Holmgren was the second overall pick in the NBA draft, but is a doubt to miss the 2022 NBA season due to a preseason injury.
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Student-run art organizations to support or join

Here’s an introduction to some of the various art-related organizations you can support or join on campus or in Isla Vista. 
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Say the name – Seventeen and its worldwide influence

Seventeen made its debut in 2015, and since then, the K-pop group has become a worldwide phenomenon
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“Sounds of Isla Vista”: A look into the I.V. music scene

“Long live the IV music scene” declares the bio of a recently created go-to resource for I.V. concert lovers: the @soundsofiv Instagram page, which has gained over 3,000 followers in less than a y...
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Simply Stated: What can really be expected from the Ocean Road Housing Project?

With the removal of the Eucalyptus Curtain, there will be noticeably less green space, more traffic and noise pollution along Ocean Road. Despite the expected environmental impacts, these impacts migh...
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Simply Stated: James Webb Telescope Releases First Images

The recently launched James Webb Telescope released 5 images on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, not only deepening scientific understanding of the universe, but promising discovery in the future.
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Pelicans in Peril: Recent Brown Pelican Die-off in Santa Barbara Seemingly Related to Starvation

Experts provide insight and updates regarding the recent pelican crisis in Southern California.
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Five Ways to Avoid Walking Into Class Sweating Like a God-fearer in the Seventh Circle of Hell

You walk into the classroom and the class goes quiet. Your body has betrayed you; you are dripping sweat from every inch of your body.
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Eulogy for Pizza My Heart

Where else can you consume 40 whole cloves of garlic on a pizza in front of your unsuspecting Bumble date? Fuck you! Who do you think you are?
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Greeks Go Green Try Greening Out

Greeks Go Green took part in an event of true sisterhood where they collectively attempted to reach a level of high called “greening out.”
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Photo Story | A Different Kind of I.V.

Local band Modern Genre shot its first music video, “A Different Kind of I.V.: A Tribute to Isla Vista, CA,” in Isla Vista in April. The Nexus captured photos of the behind-the-scenes process of t...
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In Photos | Isla Vista Surfing Culture

A cornerstone of UC Santa Barbara and Isla Vista culture has always been the presence of a large surfing community. The Daily Nexus captured photos from Southern California surf spots, including Sands...
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In Photos | SBIFF 2022: Award-winning Actors on the Red Carpet

After two years of the hybrid/virtual festival format, this year’s Santa Barbara International Film Festival made a strong in-person comeback with a plethora of star-studded events and screenings. I...
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Hummus Republic: Mediterranean Fast Casual Comes to I.V.

After a long wait spent salivating at the sign on the empty building, Hummus Republic finally opened on May 26, 2022. I’ve had it twice since its opening, both experiences being pretty positive. 
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End-of-summer nectarine basil salad

This isn’t your average Sunday brunch fruit salad.
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A more sophisticated take on the classic PB&J

When I was younger, eating lunch at school seemed so seamless. This PB&J for grown-ups has everything that I loved as a kid with an elevated twist.
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