Nayali Broadway for President

The Nexus believes in Broadway’s commitment to an inclusive campus climate that ensures stability in the wake of a year of division and hostility among students.

Student Affairs reports campus instances of vandalism

Vandalism includes the defacement of A.S. signage and spray paint on Storke tower.

UCSB students accuse A.S. Senator of harassment, met with delays from University

A UC Santa Barbara student filed multiple complaints to university administration against an Associated Students Off-Campus Senator and first president pro-tempore for threatening abuse of power and harassment.  First president pro-tempore and second-year computer science major Ephraim Shalunov denied the allegations. Upon filing complaints with the Title IX Office, the Equal Opportunity & Discrimination Prevention […]

Deltopia in full-throttle with record-level citations, massive crowds

The 13th annual unsanctioned street festival saw over 20,000 attendees, record-level citations and overwhelmed medical emergency services by early Saturday morning.

Santa Barbara County, UCSB reach settlement on student housing lawsuit

The settlement releases all claims by the County under the 2010 Long Range Development Plan and dismisses the 2022 lawsuit. 

UCSB plans to resume MCC operations on first day of Spring Quarter

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Margaret Klawunn, Dean of Student Life Katya Armistead and Interim Associate Dean of Student Life Joaquin Becerra jointly signed the email statement.

SJP, Black Studies hold ‘Day of Interruption’ rally, teach-in to end UC repression

Students for Justice in Palestine, the Department of Black Studies and several campus organizations united for a “Day of Interruption” on March 7.

UCSB doctoral student announces seven-day hunger strike

Department of Education doctoral student Charlene Macharia listed several demands to administration on March 9 in the wake of the suspension of the MultiCultural Center.

What to expect for Deltopia 2024: Social ordinance, cliff safety, restorative justice

The Nexus spoke with I.V. community officials to evaluate how the social ordinances, ongoing cliff safety measures and the temporary suspension of the Restorative Justice Program will affect Deltopia.

UCSB temporarily suspends MCC after students post pro-Palestine, anti-Zionist signage at Center

Students posted signage throughout the Lounge, with more than 100 signs covering the windows and walls of the room.