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Bren School Gives Lecture Series on Current Drought Situation

Faculty members from the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management along with Goleta Water District officials will present the first lecture of a three-part series about California’s curre...
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Renowned Poet Discusses Self-Growth in Guest Lecture

Poet, author and inspirational speaker David Whyte spoke about the benefits of self-awareness and personal growth in “Solace: The Art of Asking the Beautiful Question” Wednesday night at Campbell ...
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Professor Fred Wudl Wins Award for Organic Solar Cell

Chemistry professor Fred Wudl, whose team was the first to create an effective organic solar cell, was awarded the Spiers Memorial Award for his 40-year research work on carbon-based electronics.
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Sandra Day O’Connor Promotes Educational Civics Program

Former United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor visited campus Saturday afternoon to promote her educational program iCivics, which aims to teach students about U.S. government.
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UCSB Holds Annual Economic Summit

Leading economic experts and forecasters gathered yesterday at the 33rd annual Santa Barbara County Economic Summit presented by the UCSB Economic Forecast Project, a research group founded out of the...
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Director Talks After Screening Film About Chinese Gay Rights

Award-winning Chinese film director, screenwriter, novelist and gay rights activist Cui Zi’en paid a visit to campus Wednesday night, when he spoke with students following a screening of his film ...
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All Gaucho Reunion Hosts Gaucho Gallop, Taste of UCSB

UCSB welcomes back huge numbers of alumni for a successful weekend of philanthropy and fun.
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‘Pavement’ Hits Campbell Hall

UCSB Arts & Lectures hosted award-winning choreographer Kyle Abraham and his dance company Abraham.In.Motion as they performed their modern dance piece “Pavement” last night in Campbell Hall.
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The Catalyst Requests Lock-in for Print Costs

The students behind The Catalyst, a new student-run literary arts magazine, have requested a lock-in fee in the upcoming Associated Students election in an effort to ensure continued quarterly publica...
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