The Official Nexustentialism Guide for the Bike Path

Tricycles always have the right of way. Because they’re so little and adorable, UCSB students always let the gaggle of toddlers who ride their tricycles go by first since they have to go home from d...
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Literature in Review: Three New Novels for Fall

Artsweek talked to three debut authors with books so addicting, you’ll get back into reading for pleasure in no time.
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UCSB To Combat Student Loneliness By Stuffing Seven Roommates In One Dorm

“We’re so excited about the opportunity of having a baker’s dozen students in one dorm,” the Director of Student Friendship Susan Poleman told Nexustentialism.
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In Review: Kacey Musgraves’ “star-crossed” Tragedy Ends in Hope

Through her processing of a universal hardship, “star-crossed” cements Musgraves as one of the smartest and emotive writers of our time.
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In Review: “The White Lotus” Turns Paradise Problems Into Hit HBO Drama

The show is a slice of life during a week at a beach resort in Hawaii, where a gaggle of rich guests arrive and immediately cause trouble.
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Instagram Debuts New “Ironic Follow” Feature, Allowing Users To Keep Up With Hated Celebrities

Those tired by constantly having to search up their favorite hated Instagram accounts to see if they’ve posted any more ridiculous content can worry no more: Instagram will finally let you follow th...
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In Review: Tinashe Sees the Past, Present and Future of Music on “333”

“333” ultimately sees Tinashe expanding her reach, experimenting even more with her sound.
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In Review: MARINA’s “Ancient Dreams” Come True

After a bland tumble like “Love + Fear” this album presents complexity, strong hooks and some of MARINA’s best songs.
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In Review: St. Vincent Gets Down and Out

“Daddy’s Home” adopts a completely new persona by traveling back in time to create new stories.
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Ortega? What’s That? Babe, You Sound Kind Of Insane Right Now…

I do believe you! But when you’re just making up places that I’ve never heard before, it’s a little suspicious.
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In Review: Demi Lovato Dances With The Devil And Comes Back Stronger Than Ever

If there’s anyone who deserves a triumphant comeback album story arc, it’s Demi Lovato.
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7 Girl Bosses You Forgot To Appreciate in March

You may not have been appreciative of the many girl boss go-getters during the last Women’s History Month, but thankfully, there are many femme fatales out there who are deserving of praise! Here ar...
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No Computer? No Problem! Four Hacks To Manage Your Way Through Online School, Laptop-Free

Breakthrough laptop-free hacks include: Read a book, or pretend to be Amish.
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In Review: Taylor Swift’s Storytelling Saves 2020, Again

Swift’s new album, “evermore,” both lyrically and sonically picks up where “folklore” left off.
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In Review: Kylie Minogue’s Victory Lap With “DISCO”

Minogue has reinvented herself once again with “DISCO,” bringing retro sounds to the future.
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