UC Student News

A weekly recap of up-to-date UC News.
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Deficits, Delays and Division: Chancellor Yang’s Involvement in Thirty Meter Telescope Revealed Through Emails

The UC and Yang kept most details and annual contributions to the Thirty Meter Telescope project under wraps, but emails indicate a strong investment and involvement.
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A.S. Elections Conclude With Historic Low Voter and Candidate Turnout; Seven Senate Seats Remain Unfilled

1,849 students did not finish filling out their ballots or did not click submit, rendering their votes void, A.S. Elections Board announced during the Zoom webinar where results were displayed. 
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UCSA Holds Press Conference for Double the Pell Week of Action

The press conference was hosted by UCSA and featured student leaders representing colleges across the country.
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A Week in UC Student News

A weekly recap of up-to-date UC News.
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A Week in UC Student News

A weekly recap of up-to-date UC News.
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Santa Barbara MTD Reduces Services for Multiple Bus Lines

These changes are planned to last through spring and summer, and any further adjustments will be communicated by MTD.
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Students Get Rejected From University Housing for Upcoming School Year Following 2021-22 Housing Crisis

According to the April 1 email, any additional contract offers for continuing students will only be offered later this summer.
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A Week in UC News

The Nexus is reintroducing a column recapping up-to-date UC news.
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Highlights of UC Regents’ March 2022 Meeting

The University of California Board of Regents met in person at UC San Francisco Mission Bay from March 15-17 to discuss the possibility of a new student regent, cybersecurity and COVID-19, among other...
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IVCSD Holds “Lighting Walk” To Assess Street Lighting in I.V.

Volunteers gathered at the Isla Vista Community Center and then split into groups, with each group walking through a different quadrant of I.V. and making note of its underlit areas.
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SASA Holds Town Hall With Campus and Community Leaders

Panelists spoke out on methods of addressing sexual violence issues in the UCSB community and answered questions from students.
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“Persistence and a sense of relentlessness”: Author and Essayist Roxane Gay Reflects on Her Career

Ahead of the upcoming talk, the Nexus spoke with Gay about her career as an author, her writing process and the realities of her large platform. 
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Individual Dies After Lagoon Car Accident

The cause of the accident is currently unknown.
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ASL 4 All Relaunches In-Person

American Sign Language (ASL) 4 All was founded in 2021 by current president and fourth-year acting and music double major Violet Joy Hansen.
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