Features    spring 2011

Feature

Acts of Altruism --

A Gaucho Brand
of Hospitality

Steve Hilton '74 steers work of family foundation
guided by spirit of philanthropy

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Acts of Altruism --

Floating Doctors Bring Relief and Hope to Haiti

Free medical services are blessings for Haitians amid destruction

Acts of Altruism --

Direct Relief International Not Giving Up on Haiti

The Direct Relief team is bringing hope back to the country one step at a time

Family Vacation Center
Gets Sophisticated With
Adult Activity Series

The new Adult Activity Series provides entertainment for mature family members

Get Your Gaucho On at the 5th Annual All Gaucho Reunion

Go online for the latest events and schedule

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Around Storke Tower



Davidson Library Commemorates Lives of Former Presidents

Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday will be honored in an exhibition ...read more


More Around Storke Tower


Research



The Water Flea Contains Largest Number of Genes Recorded

Daphnia pulex is the first crustacean to have its genome sequenced ...read more


More Research


Alumni Authors



Arctic Sanctuary Captures Remarkably Unscathed Landscape

Check out the latest published works by UCSB alums ... read more


More Alumni Authors


Sports



Men's Basketball Wins Big West Championship

The win qualified UCSB for the NCAA tournament ...read more


More Sports



Milestones

1970s

’70 Walt Rehm , was inducted into the San Marcos High School Athletic Hall of Fame. He was a two-sport athlete in baseball and cross-country.....read more ...Alumna Tony Ventimiglio, '72 was recently inducted into the Chabot College Football Hall of Fame. Ventimiglio was a two-sport athlete at Chabot...read more ...



Let your fellow Gauchos know about the Milestones in your life -- weddings, births, promotions, retirements, honors, and more -- by submitting a class note to Coastlines magazine.
If you want to submit a photo to run with your Milestone, please email the image to Andrea Huebner, Publications director.

WEB EXTRAS

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UC Shares Peace Corps Public Service Commitment 38 of the approximately 459 University of California students are currently serving in the Peace Corps are UCSB alumni.

UC's Budget Crisis Advocates Use UC Day to Shine Light Upon Budget Crisis

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