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Professor Talks Porn Stars, Models, Idols

University of Vermont history professor Paul Deslandes spoke to UCSB students and faculty members yesterday in a talk entitled “Models, Idols and Porn Stars: Selling and Consuming the Beautiful Man ...
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Farmers Market To Offer Sustainable, Local Food Options

UCSB’s first Gaucho Certified Farmers Market will kick off today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Parking Lot 23, where local farmers will gather to sell fresh produce to students and community members ali...
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Serengetee Welcomes UCSB Students

Several UCSB students are joining the socially-conscious apparel company Serengetee, a new and growing business with a company mission to “wear the world” by incorporating hand-chosen fabric from ...
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New Infrastructure Improves Safety, Efficiency of On-Campus Dorms

UCSB Housing and Residential Services has outfitted Anacapa Residence Hall with new energy-saving renovations.
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Psychology Professors Discover How the Brain Finds Lost Items

Professors from the UCSB Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences recently completed a study on the human brain that shed light on how certain cerebral processes of the brain enable a person to ...
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Special Farmer’s Market Event To Honor Public Works Staff

In honor of National Public Works Week, the City of Goleta is holding a special farmer’s market to celebrate the hard work and dedication of all Public Works staff members. The celebration will take...
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Activist Rodriguez Donates Papers on Diversity, Justice, Minority Rights to Davidson Library, Expands Special Collection Archives

Renowned Oakland-based artist and activist Favianna Rodriguez recently donated her personal papers to the Davidson Library California Ethnic and Multi-Cultural Archives (CEMA), a department that advan...
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Women’s Center To Host LunaFest Film Festival

Tonight at 7 p.m., the traveling film festival LunaFest is making a stop in the Isla Vista Theater to showcase nine award-winning short films concentrating around diverse topics and issues within the ...
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Goleta Valley Beautiful To Honor Locals Who Keep Community Trim and Proper

This weekend, Goleta Valley Beautiful will host their 39th annual awards ceremony recognizing organizations that have excellence in community landscaping. The event will take place Sunday from 3 to 5 ...
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Campus Environmentalists Organize Earth Day Forum

UCSB Fossil Free and UC for Clean Energy are hosting “Energy: Reclaim the Name,” an event that educates students on clean energy investments, today at Storke Plaza from noon to 3 p.m. and at Campb...
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Photojournalist Brian Skerry To Present in National Geographic Live! Series

Arts & Lectures will feature award-winning underwater photojournalist Brian Skerry and a presentation of his career in documenting marine life during an event this Sunday, April 7 at 3 p.m. in Cam...
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Local Organization Opposes Beach Revamp, Asks County To Reevalute

Kelly Lin Staff Writer A group of Santa Barbara community members submitted a formal complaint to the Santa Barbara County Grand Jury to stop the implementation of Goleta Beach 2.0, a plan to review a...
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Police Hope Foldable Scooters Will Reduce Intimidation

The Santa Barbara Police Department will soon begin conducting patrols on Trikkes — foldable three-wheeled electric scooters — in an effort to bridge the gap between foot and bicycle patrol. After...
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Film Studies Alumnus Debuts Film With Italian Inspirations

The short film and comedic drama “The Condition,” written and directed by UCSB alumnus Rene Caballero, made its debut at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival last week. The 12-minute shor...
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Sen. Jackson Selected For Women’s Rights League

State Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson has been elected vice-chair of the California Legislative Women’s Caucus (LWC), allowing her to now lead the way for new legislation and other advocacy of women’s...
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