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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held For Newly Constructed Fence in Walter Capps Park
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held For Newly Constructed Fence in Walter Capps Park

Last Thursday, local officials and members of the public gathered at Walter Capps Park to take part in a ribbon cutting ceremony for a newly erected wooden fence along the park’s oceanside cliff. Spanning 390 feet along the Walter Capps Park bluff, the project is the result of collaboration between […]

Assistant Professor To Discuss Highly  Controversial Act
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Assistant Professor To Discuss Highly Controversial Act

UCSB history and environmental studies assistant professor Peter Alagona will give a free lecture on the Endangered Species Act today at 4 p.m. in the HSSB McCune Conference Room. Alagona’s lecture, entitled “Forty Years of Endangered Species: Conflict and Conservation in California and Beyond,” will address the controversy surrounding the […]

Flying Lanterns Light Up Camino Pescadero Park During Alpha Kappa Psi’s Fundraiser
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Flying Lanterns Light Up Camino Pescadero Park During Alpha Kappa Psi’s Fundraiser

Yesterday night the brothers of the Alpha Eta Pledge Class of Alpha Kappa Psi held a Flying Lantern fundraiser in Camino Pescadero Park. The event began at 9 p.m., and although the official release time for the lanterns was at 10 p.m., supporters could release their lanterns into the sky […]

UC Holds Forum on World Hunger, Sustainability
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UC Holds Forum on World Hunger, Sustainability

The University of California held a global forum yesterday focused on addressing the issue of worldwide hunger by bringing together researchers, farmers, environmentalists, policymakers and other sustainability experts from 31 different countries for an all-day seminar. The over-arching goal of the conference — which consisted of two moderated panels and […]

Award-Winning Comics Theorist and Cartoonist to Discuss Development of Art
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Award-Winning Comics Theorist and Cartoonist to Discuss Development of Art

Tonight, renowned comic theorist and author Scott McCloud will give a lecture titled “Comics and Visual Communication” at Campbell Hall, discussing the overall evolution of comic art in its many forms. The lecture, which will begin at 8 p.m., is an installment of the 2013 Regents’ Lecturer program within the […]