Opinion

Take One for the Team, Al (Staff Ed)

Three weeks after the fact, Florida's electoral future has fallen deeper into the darkness than many imagined it ever would - the battle has dragged on long enough, and patience has worn thin.
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Eight Years of Bush and Dick

Alex Small makes a few predictions for the upcoming Bush years.
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Internship Honors UCSB Professor

Celebrate with us! On Wednesday night, the Associated Students will convene for its last legislative assembly of the Fall Quarter.
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Smokers Cause Harm to Campus, Students

Editor, Daily Nexus: I am writing in response to Constantine Economides’ opinion piece on banning the on-campus sale of cigarettes (Daily Nexus, “Leg Council May as Well Ban ‘BadR...
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A.S.P.B. Prices Given Bad Rap By Artsweek

Editor, Daily Nexus: I am writing in regard to a mention in the “Things to Do” calendar featured in Artsweek on Nov. 16. The article is a very nice piece about the show put on by Associate...
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Do as We Say (Staff Editorial)

If any of you were searching for real news this weekend, you would have had to wade through all the "who the hell cares anymore?" coverage of the presidential race.
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Bush Wins; Bring on the Horsemen of the Apocalypse

"You can't have nice things." That's what I said on Nov. 8 to explain why George W. Bush would be the next president.
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Turds and Tulips

The Nexus Talks Turkey, Hands Out Flowers and Feces for Recent Happenings
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What I.V. Needs Is a Good Flushing

The Low Down - In an ideal scenario, a monster 8.3 earthquake would roar out of a dormant fault line in the Santa Barbara Channel and reduce Isla Vista to rubble.
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Non-Profit Organizations Put the Green in Gray

Today's gubernatorial civics lesson: It isn't bribery if the $2.4 million dollars is nonprofit. Gray Davis, our democratically bought and paid-for governor, is a busy man.
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Fence Will Not Keep People Out

Beach access is a commonly used public resource, and people tend to walk around, or over, fences that stand in their way
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There Is Light at the End of Payday Tunnel

Bills, bills, bills. Are you financially frustrated? Do you have problems paying your rent on time? Could this month translate into another late cell phone payment?
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Leg Council May as Well Ban ‘Bad’ Food

On Nov. 15, 2000, the Associated Students Legislative Council considered eliminating the sale of tobacco products on campus. What a wonderful notion. Why not take away adults' legal right to purchase ...
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Nexus Obligated To Print Pollution Levels

The Shoreline Preservation Fund would like to thank the Daily Nexus for publishing the Oct. 30 article "Ocean Monitors Suggest Locals Stay Out of Water."
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A Day in the Life of A Disabled UCSB Student

Editor, Daily Nexus: I am writing this letter in support of the wonderful work started by Associated Students’ Mel Fabi and Bill Flores in founding of the Commission on Disability Access (CODA)....
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