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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.

UCSB Reads: 'Orange Is the New Black' Screening (Wed., April 8, 7 pm)

As part of the events for UCSB Reads 2015, the Carsey-Wolf Center will present a screening of "Orange Is the New Black" at 7 p.m. April 8 in the Pollock Theater followed by a discussion with director Allison Anders.

Grad Slam Preliminary Round in Library (Tue., April 7, 3-4 pm)

The Library will host one of the Grad Slam Preliminary Rounds in the Pacific View Room on Tuesday, April 7.

Next UCSB Reads Panel at Goleta Library (Thu., April 2)

As part of UCSB Reads and Santa Barbara Reads libraries in the Santa Barbara Public Library System are hosting panel discussions.

As Right as Possible: Restorative Justice and Our Community

In this UCSB Reads panel on restorative justice, three passionate professionals shared the meaning of restorative justice and its importance in our communities and at UCSB.

Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon (Sun., March 8, 2:30 pm)

The Arts Library will host a UCSB Art+Feminism Edit-a-Thon from 2:30 to 6 pm Sunday, March 8.

UCSB Reads: Prisoner Re-Entry Panel (Wed., March 4, 4 pm)

As part of UCSB Reads 2015, UCSB Library will host a panel discussion on "Prisoner Re-entry" at 4 pm Wednesday, March 4.

UCSB Reads: Restorative Justice Panel (Fri., Feb. 27, noon)

As part of UCSB Reads 2015, the Library will present a panel discussion titled "Restorative Justice: Bringing Victims & Offenders Together at UCSB and Beyond."

Richard Ross “Girls in Justice” Exhibit Talk: Through the Lens of Trauma

“I decided with my work I’m going to use art as a weapon.” This is how UCSB Art Professor Richards Ross began a recent talk in the Library about his photographs of children in the justice system.

February 'Crossroads' E-newsletter Available

The February 2015 edition of the Library's "Crossroads" e-newsletter is online.