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Best Selling Author Lectures on Impact of World War II

New York Times best-selling author, 2003 Pulitzer Prize winning author and military historian Rick Atkinson discussed the impact of World War II on the United States in the final addition to his trilo...
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Philip Glass Ensemble Offers Unique Performance

On Wednesday, April 30, the Philip Glass Ensemble performed live alongside Jean Cocteau’s classic film “La Belle et La Bête” in a performance brought to Santa Barbara by UCSB Arts & Lecture...
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Jennifer Koh Performs at UCSB Arts & Lectures

Last night, acclaimed violinist Jennifer Koh performed “Bach and Beyond: Part III” at Hahn Hall in Santa Barbara as part of UCSB Arts & Lectures’ spring quarter series.
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Well-Known Violinist Brings Bach Back to SB

Famed violinist Jennifer Koh will perform a celebrated tribute to Johann Sebastian Bach titled “Bach and Beyond Part III” tonight at Hahn Hall in downtown Santa Barbara in an event hosted by UCSB ...
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Poet and Singer Collaborate In Campbell Hall

Arts & Lectures will present an acoustic music and poetry event at Campbell Hall titled “Words and Music: An Evening with Billy Collins and Aimee Mann” tomorrow night, featuring former U.S. Poet L...
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UCSB Research Group Analyzes Brazilian Coastline

The National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS), a UCSB-based research institution formed in 1995 funded by the National Science Foundation, recently created the first regionally ass...
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Survey Reveals Campus Comfort Level

UCSB received the highest ratings for overall comfort levels in the 2012-2013 University of California Campus Climate Survey, which had its results released late last month, revealing how students, fa...
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Arts & Lectures Seeks Higher Lock-In

This year, the UCSB Arts & Lectures program is proposing a few changes to their regular program, including a proposed increase to their quarterly lock-in fee to work on a new mobile application that w...
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UC Meets Workers Union Demands, Form New Deal

The University of California reached a tentative agreement with the largest UC workers union — American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 3299 — following a nearly two-year-long ...
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Sedaris Returns to Santa Barbara For Night of Storytelling, Satire

The Arlington Theatre downtown was filled with fans last Friday night who braved the wet weather to witness Grammy Award winning-nominee satirist and humorist David Sedaris recite old and new material...
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Famous Photojournalist Lectures on Career and Human Trafficking at UCSB

National Geographic photographer Jodi Cobb, who was once named White House Photographer of the Year, detailed her experiences as a photojournalist and spoke about modern-day human trafficking to a pac...
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SFG’s Projects Promise Plenty of Fish in the Sea

Marine ecologist and dean of the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management Steve Gaines teamed up with professor of environmental and resource economics Christopher Costello in 2006 to form ...
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UC Calendar To Accommodate Jewish Holidays

Next school year, UCSB and every other UC campus will begin classes on Oct. 2, rather than in September, and winter break will be just two weeks long, with the changes being made to avoid conflict bet...
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UC Students Petition Against 2014-15 Academic Calendar

Beginning in the 2014-15 school year, the starting instruction date for any University of California campus with a quarter system will be bumped down to Oct. 2 to avoid conflict with the Jewish High H...
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Obama To Present Prestigious Award to UCSB Faculty

At the start of this year, UCSB Assistant Physics Professor David Weld and Assistant Professor Rouslan Krechetnikov of Mechanical Engineering received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientist...
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