UCSB Reads book giveaway on January 18


Get your free copy of this year's UCSB Reads book, "Into the Beautiful North," at a free giveaway event featuring UCSB Chancellor Henry Yang, Executive Vice Chancellor David Marshall, and University Librarian Denise Stephens.

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Join the Day of Democratic Education on January 18

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The Day of Democratic Education will be a series of panels and discussions at Corwin Pavilion, featuring over 50 faculty and graduate students leading talks in the form of dialogic panel discussions around themes highlighted by the recent election.

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4th annual Art of Science competition is now open

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The Art of Science initiative invites UCSB students and postdocs to tell the story of their research through the aesthetic. Prizes are awarded for first place, second place, third place, and community vote winners. The deadline to submit is February 3.

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Fall Dance Concert on December 2 and 3


Take a much-needed break before finals week and support UCSB's incredible dancers in their Fall Dance Concert titled "Exposure: Revealing, Relating, Responding," happening on December 2 and 3.

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Get your flu shot before the holidays!


Be sure to stop by the Express Flu Shot Clinics that occur every Friday at Student Health from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Students covered under Gaucho Health Insurance (GHI) receive the flu shot for FREE! Non-GHI students are able to get the shot for $30.

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Neko Case plays a concert for the fans


Neko Case, singer-songwriter and member of the New Pornographers, played to a fan-friendly audience at Campbell Hall on Friday, November 18, showcasing her unique voice and low-key charm to an adoring and generous audience.

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An evening of Balinese music and dance on November 19


Join ​the MultiCultural Center as Gamelan Sekar Jaya offers a scintillating performance of Balinese music and dance, complete with gongs, flutes, metallophones of bronze and bamboo, fluttering fingers, and the powerfully-determined expressions of golden-clad dancers.

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XX Colloquium on Mexican Literature begins November 10 at UCSB


The conference is organized by UC-Mexicanistas, an intercampus research association of faculty and former students developing scholarship in the areas of Mexican literature, culture, and history. The first session begins Thursday, November 10, at 5 p.m. in the Multicultural Center Theater.

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