• Shock, Sorrow, and Chance:
    Terror Attacks Felt Locally
  • Private Gifts Climb to $48 Million
  • UCSB Embraces New Students
  • County, Campus Propose Coastal Land Use and Preservation Plan
  • Campus Notes
  • Campus Extends Reach of Discipline Rules
  • Chaffee Memorial Set for Oct. 12
  • Budget Allows Workload Help
  • UCSB Studies May Help Prevent Child Abuse
  • A&L Chief Now Dancing for an Expanded Community
  • EAP Offers Faculty Overseas Posts
  • Smorgasbord of Events Presented by Campus Arts, Culture Groups
  • East Bluffs Repose
  • Workshops to Provide Guidance for Savings, Retirement System
  • UC Press Joins Digital Library's Expansion
  • Local Teachers, Librarians Find Goodies on Curriculum Lab's Shelves
  • 'Roof of World' as High as It Will Rise, Geologist Says
  • UCSB Lends A Caring Hand
  • Deer Hunters Caught on Sedwick Reserve
  • Asteroid Bears Nobelist's name into Solar System
  • Campus Contract and Grant Awards
  • Plover Plan Launched for Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve
  • Workshops Boost Teachers' Internet Savvy
  • Credits


  • UCSB LENDS A CARING HAND
    Three of 17 volunteers from the UCSB community helped spruce up Brandon Elementary School in west Goleta. From left, Jamie Tyner and Laurie Horton pile leaves while Tara Guentz empties a bag during the annual United Way Day of Caring. Other volunteers went to Goleta Valley Community Center, Transition House, and La Casa de Maria.