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Alumni Astronauts Blasting Off
These UCSB alum are among the select few who have rocketed into space. From awe-inspiring views to dangerous “space walks,” the job of an astronaut is in turns exhilarating, risky and rewarding. Read more.
UCSB Alumni Astronaut

50 Years of Arts &Lectures
The program celebrates 50 years as the community’s source of culture, bringing a wide range of performances, films, and lectures to Santa Barbara. Read more.
Arts & Lectures

UCSB Alum Serves as Regent
Newly appointed UC Regent George Kieffer dishes about his college experience, Maria Shriver, and the future of higher education. Read more.
George Kieffer

Sticky K’s Spin on Success
What do Myspace, DJing in Isla Vista and MacBooks have in common? They all helped Rod Kashani launch his career as an international music producer. Click here to see how he did it.
Sticky K

Cosmic Impact on Channel Islands?
The discovery of small diamonds on Santa Rosa Island suggests that the Channel Islands were the site of a cosmic impact event nearly 13,000 years ago. Read more.
Discovery of Diamonds


Around Storke Tower Briefs
The budget crisis means higher student fees and fewer paid work days for UC employees.  Read more about the proposed furloughs and the latest happenings on campus in Around Storke Tower
Around Storke Tower

Sports Roundup
Michael Young, ’02, started at third base for the American League in his sixth straight All-Star game this summer. Read more about Young and check out the latest in Gaucho athletics in the Sports Roundup.
Sports Roundup

Research Roundup
Scientists may have identified the toxic agent responsible for Alzheimer’s disease, leading to new possibilities for treatment. Check out what else researchers are up to in the Research Roundup.
Research Roiundup

Milestones from 1950-2009
Victoria Harrison, ’75, retired after 19 years as campus police chief at UC Berkeley. What else have your classmates been up to all these years? Check out Milestones and Class Notes for
the latest updates.


Oct. 8th UCSB Baseball Golf Tournament October 8, 2009
Support the UCSB Baseball team and play in their annual golf tournament.  The Caesar Uyesaka Memorial Tournament will be held on Thursday, Oct. 8th at the exclusive Montecito Country Club. Please click here for more information and to registration. And if you are coming in from out of town for the tournament, check out the Ramada Limited of Santa Barbara. Drew Wakefield and the service team of Ramada can customize your Gaucho Golf weekend with the ultimate package! Call toll free (800)654-1956 for the UCSB Alumni special.
UCSB Gauchos

West Beach Music & Arts Festival is returning to West Beach this September 18-20, 2009 bringing three days of fun-in-the-sun for family, friends, and everyone in between!  The festival features four stages including the "Oasis" Stage for DJs to spin as well as the "Sandbox" kid's stage.  This year's lineup features Ben Harper and Relentless7, G Love & Special Sauce, Slightly Stoopid, Steel Pulse, Pepper, Rebelution, Iration, and much more! For the full lineup and tickets go to www.westbeachfestival.com. West Beach Music Festival


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