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UCensation Festival Offers Free Food, Live Music Today

The University Center, Associated Students Program Board and Ice Skating Club are teaming up to host the first annual UCensation springtime concert and festival at the Lagoon Lawn. The free event will...
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Kendrick Lamar Rocks Extravaganza 2013

  [wzslider autoplay=”true” interval=”4000″ transition=”‘slide'” lightbox=”true”]   Thousands of students filled Harder Stadium yesterda...
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Gauchos Selected as Recipients of Prestigious Linguistic Scholarship

The United States Department of State has awarded two UCSB students with the 2013 Critical Language Scholarships for Intensive Summer Institutes, allowing them to both spend the summer in a prestigiou...
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Adult Film Stars, Professors Discuss Feminism in Porn

The “Feminist Porn Mini Con” — the first academic conference in the Unites States to discuss pornography from the feminist perspective — will take place at Pollock Theater today, with three UC...
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Students Get Involved in Local Community for Volunteer Week

The Community Affairs Board is currently hosting their first Volunteer Week, a six-day series of events offering volunteer opportunities and information for students on campus. So far, the week’s ev...
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Alumni To Dish Out Career Advice to Communication Majors at Tomorrow’s Fifth Annual Career Day

Tomorrow, the UCSB Communication Department will host their fifth annual Career Day as part of the All Gaucho Reunion Weekend, beginning at 12:30 p.m. in the Corwin Pavilion’s Lagoon Plaza. Over 30 ...
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UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum Displays Post-World War II Work in “Outside In” Exhibit

The UCSB Art, Design & Architecture Museum’s newest art exhibit, “Outside In” plans to turn architecture inside out by presenting the modernist style of Southern California-based architects ...
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