Editorials

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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Letter From the Opinion Editors: Moving Forward

Opinion Editors Emily Kocis and Toni Shindler-Ruberg reflect on the history of the Opinion section and the Nexus, and what that means moving forward.
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Letter From a Former Editor: Bittersweet Revelations

"Dismantling systemic issues is a job for the united collective and moves beyond the individual and their abilities," writes former Diversity and Inclusion Co-Chair Maya Pacheco.
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Editorial: Why Was UCSB Severely Ill-Equipped for its Return to In-Person Instruction?

Issues from the housing shortage to the current lack of courses show that UCSB is not meeting the basic needs of its students. 
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Letter From the Editor: On Unexpected Endings

Closing out her term as Editor in Chief, Harper Lambert says a bittersweet goodbye to the Daily Nexus.
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Introducing the Diversity Task Force

A group of 15 editorial staff members, including the editor in chief and the managing editor, formed a Diversity Task Force which began meeting weekly in June.
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Letter From the Editor: The Screens Between Us Don’t Have To Be Barriers

A letter of welcome from Editor in Chief Harper Lambert.
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Letter From the Editor: Goodbye to All That

Hannah Jackson, Editor in Chief 2019-2020, bids farewell to her time at the Nexus.
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Editorial | Why Has UCSB Not Addressed Allegations of Severe UCPD Misconduct?

To this day, the student body knows very little about what is happening within the UCSB Police Department. 
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Letter from the Editor | In Response to A.S. President Beasley’s Statement

The Nexus only published what we could fully corroborate, and we stand by our reporting.
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Letter From the Editor | The Importance of Reaffirming Independent Student Journalism

A.S. elections also allow students to vote on student lock-in fees — either to reaffirm an existing fee or to create a new one. This year, the Nexus is among those up for reaffirmation.
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Associated Students Elections Guide: Spring 2020

Voting opens Monday, April 20 at 8 a.m. on G.O.L.D., and ends Thursday, April 23 at at 4 p.m.
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Daevionne Beasley for Associated Students President

The Daily Nexus endorses Daevionne Beasley to serve as the next A.S. President.
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Lea Toubian for External Vice President for Local Affairs

The Daily Nexus endorses Lea Toubian for external vice president for local affairs.
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Melissa Perez for Student Advocate General

The Daily Nexus endorses Melissa Perez to serve as the next student advocate general.
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