Students Express Apprehension Over Return to In-Person Instruction

The Nexus spoke to students about their thoughts and feelings regarding this initial return to remote learning and subsequent return to in-person instruction.
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UCSB Student’s Sexual Assault Trial Date is Moved to March 4

The investigation into Eteghaei was jointly conducted by the Santa Barbara County District Attorney’s office and the UCSB Police Department.
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IVCSD Approves Letter of Support for Sidewalk Grant Application

The project would connect the sidewalk of the east side of Camino Corto to Del Playa Drive.
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Chancellors Get Pay Raise: Recap of UC Regents January 2022 Meeting

Here are the most important takeaways from the University of California Board of Regents’ first meeting of 2022.
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International Students Facing Travel Restrictions Amid Remote Winter Quarter

From mandatory quarantining for international travel to rising prices in booking flights, home has now become an unattainable destination for many international students. 
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Veteran Students Reflect on the Support They Receive From UCSB

An issue among veteran students is a lack of “interconnectedness” only exacerbated by the pandemic.
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Tri-Alpha National Honor Society Honors First-Generation Community

Jenna Jorgenson highlighted the importance of having an honor society for first-generation students at UCSB. 
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Nexus News Team Introduces Community Outreach Beat

In an effort to expand our coverage and more accurately represent our community, we are creating a new community outreach beat within the news section beginning Winter Quarter 2022. 
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IVCSD Presents Alternative Deltopia for the First Time

Now, with spring quarter fast approaching, IVCSD reconvened its Spring Festival Ad Hoc Committee this year to plan for this alternative event in 2022. 
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“Munger Hall Has Got To Go:” Students Protest Munger Hall and Eviction of Students Living in Hotels

UCSB students and faculty have grappled with a severe housing crisis since last summer; Munger Hall is the university’s proposed solution. 
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New Emergency Shelter Hosts Houseless Residents Displaced From Sweeped I.V. Encampments

The shelter is currently housing approximately 30 residents, with a few soon exiting the facility to enter permanent housing or transitioning into sober-living rehabilitation. 
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Munger Responds to Architecture Criticism, UCSB Stands By Design

“I’d rather be a billionaire and not be loved by everybody than not have any money,” Munger told MarketWatch.
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B.U.R.S.A. Provides a Home Away From Home for Burmese Students

The Nexus spoke with the founding members of the organization as they reflected on their work thus far. 
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Munger Hall’s Architectural Consultant Resigns in Protest of Its Construction

The letter was published on Reddit on Oct. 26 following the Oct. 5 Design Review Committee (DRC) meeting.
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Burmese Student Association Celebrates Thadingyut Festival

BURSA board members spoke about the history of the Thadingyut festival and the story of Buddha returning. 
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