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On Exhibit: K-pop Material Culture and Global Fandom

A new exhibition about Korean pop music will be on display on the 8th Floor of the Library from April 13 through May 29.

Philanthropist Sara Miller McCune Donates $5 Million to UCSB

Local philanthropist Sara Miller McCune has donated $5 million to UCSB, including $2.5 million for the UCSB Library.

Library Extends Hours of Social Sciences Data Lab

A new, centralized lab to help students, faculty, and scholars find and analyze data is now open on the Library’s 8th Floor. Read the story for more details.

On Exhibit: Art of Science

Art of Science will be on display in the Library's 1st Floor Gallery from Aug. 13 through Aug. 28.

UCSB Reads: Piper Kerman Author Talk (Wed., April 15, 8 pm)

Piper Kerman, author of "Orange Is the New Black," will present a free talk in UCSB's Campbell Hall at 8 pm Wednesday, April 15.

Library's Wax Cylinders Added to National Recording Registry

The Library of Congress had added UCSB Library's Vernacular Wax Cylinder Recordings collection to the National Recording Registry.

Chumash Panel to Discuss ‘Indigenous Peoples of the Americas’

A panel of three Chumash people will discuss how the Library exhibition "Indigenous Peoples of the Americas: Roots, Resistance, and Resurgence" relates to their people, 4 pm Tuesday, May 19 in the Mary Cheadle Room.

UCSB Reads: Writers' Cafe Panel (Wed., April 8, 4 pm)

A UCSB Reads panel titled "Writing from Life" will feature a discussion about writing, publishing, and teaching memoir, creative nonfiction, and fiction.

April 'Crossroads' E-newsletter Available

The April issue of 'Crossroads,' UCSB Library's monthly e-newsletter, is available to read online.

Off-Campus Access to Databases Is Now Easier

We have made a change to our list of Article Indexes and Research Databases that makes using them from off campus even easier. Read the article for more information.