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Geovany Lucero for Student Advocate General

The Daily Nexus endorses Geovany Lucero for student advocate general.
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Yuval Cohen for Associated Students President

The Daily Nexus endorses Yuval Cohen for Associated Students President.
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Bee Schaefer for Internal Vice President

The Daily Nexus endorses Bee Schaefer for internal vice president.
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Esmeralda Quintero-Cubillan for External Vice President for Statewide Affairs

The Daily Nexus endorses Esmeralda Quintero-Cubillan for external vice president for statewide affairs.
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Shannon Sweeney for External Vice President for Local Affairs

The Daily Nexus endorses Shannon Sweeney for external vice president for local affairs.
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Associated Students Elections Guide: Spring 2021

Voting opens Monday, April 19 at 8 a.m. on G.O.L.D., and ends Thursday, April 22 at 4 p.m. Final results will be posted to the A.S. Election Board website.
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UCSB Sends Timely Warning Regarding Sexual Assault in People’s Park

The parties involved in the sexual assault are not affiliated with the UCSB community. 
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Law Enforcement, University and I.V. CSD Prepare for Deltopia Weekend

Despite the progress the county has made in its COVID-19 case metrics, there is fear that Deltopia could be the superspreader event that undoes that progress. 
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UCSB Medical Experts Discuss COVID-19 Vaccines and Mitigation in Information Panel

Questions for the townhall were submitted by attendees prior to the panel and pre-selected, then answered by the panelists after the discussion concluded.
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UC System, Including UCSB, Receives Largest Undergraduate Applicant Pool in History

UCSB's record application cycle saw a 16% increase in freshman applications and an 8% increase in transfer applications compared to last year.
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After Nearly a Year, UCSB Rec Cen Set To Reopen on April 12

Students will be required to wear a face covering at all times.
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Newly Admitted UCSB Honors Students To Lose Priority Registration This Fall

About one-fifth of UCSB’s student body currently benefits from priority registration, according to Monday’s announcement.
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With Lessons From Remote Instruction, UCSB Professors Consider the Future of In-Person Learning

Contrasting opinions about asynchronous teaching styles have led professors to question whether or not they should continue this method of teaching when classes resume in person. 
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Andrew Jolivétte Discusses Black and Indigenous Cultural Convergences at MCC Event

To finish the event on a note of empowerment, hope and optimism for the future, Jolivétte called on attendees to continue standing up for cultural and racial injustice. 
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Students and Faculty React to the Announcement of an In-Person Fall Quarter 2021

While some are eagerly awaiting the return of in-person learning, others feel that expecting a return to business as usual is premature.
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