Walter Capps’ Vietnam War Class Still Making an Impact
By Vic Cox ‘64
  More Than 1,000 Gauchos Returned to Campus for the All Gaucho Reunion
  Retired Women’s Basketball Coach Mark French Shares His Greatest Moments
By John Zant ‘68
  Alumni Awards Spotlight Service and Work of Jim Barber, Mark French, Elizabeth Gabler, Petra Van Koppen, and Arthur Rupe
  Editor’s Column:
Gateway to Learning
  Research Roundup:
Microscopic Black Holes Pose Little Threat
  Sports Roundup:
Gaucho Key to MLB All-Star Gamee
  Around Storke Tower:
News & Notes From the Campus
  Alumni Authors:
Books for Body, Mind and Soul
’40s to the Present
  Swimmer Jason Lezak ’99 will be making his third
Olympic appearance in Beijing this month.
Cover photo by Getty Images.
All Gaucho Reunion 2008
All Gaucho Reunion participants were able to take a tour inside the Allosphere Research Facility in the California Nanosystems Institute. The Allosphere is a three-story spherical space in which viewers are fully immersed into worlds of the very small or very large.
Photo by Kevin Steele
More than 150 people took on the challenge of the Gaucho Gallop 5K and 10K on Saturday of the All Gaucho Reunion.
Photo by Kevin Steele
Alumni took on current UCSB soccer players during matches in Harder Stadium.
Photo by Kevin Steele
Mike Cullinane, ’64, was inducted into the Recreation Sports Hall of Fame during reunion weekend. At least 150 people came to UCSB to celebrate the intramural sports star turned associate director of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies Center at the University of Wisconsin.
Photo by Kayla Young
The class of 1958 became the first class to reunite in Mosher Alumni House, built specifically for alumni.
Photo by Rod Rolle
More than 60 Hall-of-Famers attended the 2008 induction ceremony.
Photo by Rod Rolle
The class of 1983 celebrated its 25-year reunion on Mosher’s Whalen Plaza.
Photo by Rod Rolle
UCSB alumni, administrators, friends, faculty and staff celebrated the grand opening of Mosher Alumni House with a ceremony and tour of the facility known as the cornerstone of the campus.
Photo by Rod Rolle
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