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The Year in Review
The Year in Review A video is embedded in this story From Convocation to Commencement, here’s a look back at UC Santa Barbara’s 2013-14 in photos. It was a year filled with triumph, tragedy, new ventures and sad farewells to Gauchos we will never forget.
Is the Parrotfish Necessary for
Shaping Ecosystems? Yes and No
Human Activity Causing Rapid Loss
of Animal Life, New Study Finds
Smarter Than a First-Grader? Study
Shows Crows Are Problem-Solvers
Can You Trust That App? Computer
Scientists Study Smartphone Security
Citizen Scientists Invited to Assist
in Worldwide Kelp Forest Research
Rape of the Sabines
Channel Islands Biodiversity More than two dozen scientists who used the Channel Islands as a model have published a new study covering 20,000 years of island history to understand the importance of long-term changes in ecology and biodiversity.
ALL CAMPUS NEWS
Starting HereStarting Here, the Art, Design & Architecture Museum show featuring work by UCSB artists past, presents its second phase, through Aug. 10.
Comedy Classics of the Silent Era, a
free summer film series, through Aug. 22.
Tom Burtonwood: Orihon, 3-D
printed art book, through Sept. 14.
The Odyssey Project, a unique take
on Homer's great epic poem, Aug. 3.
“The Navigator” & “One Week”, Buster
Keaton double feature, Aug. 6 and 8.
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