Food Co-Op Takes Community Back in Time for History Coffee Hour

The book signing took place at the co-op’s outdoor patio, with contributors to the second edition speaking at the event.
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Uncertainty and Stress Is the Norm for Hundreds of Students Living in Hotels

280 students are currently residing in hotels as a result of the ongoing housing shortage.
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Women’s Center Presents “Black Aesthetics: Representing Relations of Bodies, Land and Ecologies”

The lecture explored the representation of Black and Indigenous peoples in relation to physical landscapes in North America.
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IVRPD and I.V. Community Reimagine Pardall Gardens

A public survey conducted by the IVRPD identified Pardall Gardens as a community priority for renovations.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-on in Isla Vista

The 2021-22 Nexus News Team has revived our old column, "Vista Point," to keep our readers informed of local events and happenings. 
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Associate Professor Discusses Decolonial Feminism, Archipelagic Relationalities at MCC Event

Figueroa-Vásquez’s novel, “Decolonizing Diasporas: Radical Mappings of Afro-Atlantic Literature,” examines how dictatorships affect the intimate lives of people.
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UCSB Women’s Center Holds Safe Space for Women in the BIPOC Community

Participants practiced mindfulness activities, learned about topics like self-preservation and were provided with snacks and free journals during the event.
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UCSB’s Kapatirang Pilipino Wins 36th Annual Friendship Games

The competitions took place in a virtual format this year, posting tasks each day for competitors to complete on their Instagram page throughout the week of Oct. 10.
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Who’s Your Daddy: Isla Vista Restaurant Changes Name to Dank Bowl Kitchen

Dunietz has noticed a “mostly positive” response from customers about the rebranding.
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Discord Introduces New Student Hubs to UC Santa Barbara

Student Hubs are a newly added feature on the app, serving as a place for students to meet and connect with classmates from their school.
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Assistant Professor and Researcher Earns Harold J. Plous Award

The Harold J. Plous award is the highest honor a junior faculty member at UCSB can receive from the College of Letters and Science, recognizing awardees for outstanding performance and promise. 
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New Community Fridge Brings Free Produce to Isla Vista

According to the founder, people are free to drop off and pick up food from the fridge as needed.
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Creating a Space To Be Heard: Students Form New UCSB Asian Coalition

As the number of organizations wanting to participate increased, the UCSB Asian Coalition was established with the intention of advocating for healing and unity within these communities. 
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Building a Community Across Screens: Campus Organizations Go Virtual To Help Students Adjust to a Remote Environment

Though online learning presents unique difficulties, both students and faculty are working to create new opportunities to facilitate the college experience in an online format. 
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A Spectrum of Support: How UCSB is Helping Instructors Teach Through a Pandemic

The Instructional Support Team has organized a number of resources faculty can refer to when facilitating their online classes. 
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