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PTSD Expert Charles Hoge To Talk on Mental Health

Retired U.S. Army colonel and post-traumatic stress disorder expert Charles Hoge will give a free lecture tomorrow at the Mosher Alumni House as part of a new suicide prevention outreach effort launch...
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Trevor Wishart Showcases Electronic Voice Music Compositions at UCSB

World renowned digital audio media composer Trevor Wishart performed at the Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall on Saturday, in a concert titled “Encounters in the Republic of Heaven: All the Colours of Spee...
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UCSB Theater and Dance Professor Discusses Upcoming Book, “Carmen – A Gypsy Geography”

The Daily Nexus talked to UCSB Theater and Dance Professor and performance theorist Ninotchka Bennahum to discuss her latest book, Carmen — A Gypsy Geography, which examines the novel by Prosper Mé...
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UCSB Addresses Immigration Laws In Panel Discussion

The Multicultural Center will host a panel discussion entitled, “Which Way Forward for the Immigrant Rights Struggle?” today at 7 p.m. at the MCC Theater, opening the way for discussion on America...
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UCSB Professor Publishes Work on Acclaimed American Composer

UCSB Department of Music assistant professor David Paul recently published Charles Ives In the Mirror, a novel exploring the reputation and influence of American composer Charles Ives. The novel acts ...
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Legal Action Taken by UC To Prevent Hospital Picketing

The University of California released a statement last Friday calling for a restraining order against major trade union American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in response to the ...
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Sorority, Nonprofit Join Forces to Support Victims of Domestic Abuse

Multicultural sorority Sigma Alpha Zeta will partner with Domestic Violence Solutions for Santa Barbara County, a local nonprofit organization that provides assistance to victims of domestic abuse, to...
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Students Bring Custom Surfboards to Isla Vista

Isla Vista will be welcoming a brand new surfboard business called The First Floor, which will be retailing customized, handcrafted surfboards. UCSB students Jeff Svoboda and Will Howard have turned t...
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Alumni To Bring Local Flavor to All Gaucho Reunion

This Saturday, former Gauchos in the food, catering and wine businesses will be gathering on campus to present their gourmet foods and unique drinks for the third annual Taste of UCSB. With events ran...
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UCSB To Participate in First Suicide Prevention Walk

On April 21, UCSB will be hosting its first Suicide Prevention Walk through a collaborative effort between Associated Students and The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). The AFSP works...
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Professor Recieves Fellowship From Academic Foundation to Pursue Research in Egyptology

UCSB history professor Anthony Barbieri-Low was recently awarded a $238,700 grant called the Mellon New Directions Fellowship by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The fellowship funds will be directed ...
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UCSB Hopes To Scientifically Inspire Others with Nanoscience Festival

The UCSB Nanofabrication Facility will host a nanoscale science festival called NanoDays at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History on March 16 and 17. Sponsored by the National Nanotechnology Inf...
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Associated Students Hold Symposium About Violence, Effects on Underrepresented Students

Associated Students’ Student Commission on Racial Equality (SCORE) hosted a conference called “Against the Gun: Deconstructing Narratives of Violence in Communities of Color” on Saturday in the ...
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