It's a beer revolution in Goleta!

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Getting a good microbrew in Goleta ​is getting easier and easier. So if you don’t fancy ​th​at super "long" drive to downtown Santa Barbara for a brew, then try one of the four microbreweries close to campus.

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José González mesmerizes audience at Campbell Hall

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Arts & Lectures offered another great show on Thursday, March 10, at Campbell hall featuring classical guitarist José González. González was pursuing a Ph.D. in biochemistry at the University of Gothenburg in 2005 when his music career took off.

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Labyrinth Trail offers a slice of serenity amid bustle of campus

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Thanks to a generous donor, you don’t have to go far to find serenity on campus. Through generosity from Carol Geer, who retired from UCSB in 2000 after a 21-year career as director of Counseling and Career Services, as well as campus sponsorship of Student Affairs, Labyrinth Trail became a reality in May 2011.

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First-Year MFA Art Exhibition and Reception

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The first-year MFA students at UCSB ​will present their work to the public at an exhibition in the Red Barn. Six artists will be featured in this show: Rose Briccetti, Marcos Christodoulou, Yumiko Glover, Sunny Samuel, Peter Sowinski, and Scotty Slade Wagner.

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What's happening at UCSB and in Santa Barbara

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Looking for something to do in Santa Barbara? There are many sites that can fill you in on what's happening here on campus, downtown and in the region. Be in the know. Bookmark these sites and always have something to do.

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