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“The Daily Nexus has always done that.” To start searching the newspaper collection, visit https://edu/collections/f3ww7kdw.Nexus Health Group, responsible for eight GP practices across Southwark, has been rated inadequate and put in special measures by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after a damning report revealed more than 1,000 test results had been left in limbo.Issues of the very earliest student publication, however, called The Eagle, are an entertaining read as well, with stories about the first pay phone (just one) installed on campus, and an editorial chastising students who “tear up the driveway” and “roar their engines” as they drive off campus.The digitization project took part in several phases, said Chrissy Rissmeyer, UCSB Library Coordinator for Digital Content and Metadata Librarian.More than 1,000 test results, dating back to July 2018, were found across its sites that had either not been filed or not even viewed and filed by doctors.Four-hundred-and-forty-two of these were marked as ‘abnormal’.The archives also offer a window into the UCSB community’s reaction to local, national, and global events, from the end of World War II to the Santa Barbara oil spill, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 1992 Los Angeles riots.
The digitization project, which began in 2015, was made possible through a gift from John Arnhold, a UCSB alumnus (’75), UCSB Trustee, and former Daily Nexus reporter.
“We have contacted and addressed any outstanding actions with all patients identified by our review of these issues.
“We have established processes to ensure that improved systems are in place and monitored in the areas highlighted by the CQC.
Front-page news at UCSB is no longer confined to a printed page you have to hold in your hand.
Now, anyone can go online to read issues of the university’s student newspaper, the Daily Nexus, along with the other UCSB student-produced news publications that preceded it, dating all the way back to 1923 — when, as one issue noted, student fees were per semester.
Nexus merged the previously independent Princess Street Group Practice in Elephant and Castle, with Surrey Docks Health Centre, Aylesbury Medical Centre, The Dun Cow Surgery, Commercial Way Surgery, Decima Street Surgery, Artesian Health Centre, and Manor Place Surgery in 2016.