Below are News items in the category of News for Students

Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. to Visit the Campus

Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. will visit the UCSB campus February 8-10. Kennedy’s visit will include a public lecture and two days of working in the Art Department Printing Studio.

Moby Duck Readings on KCSB

Moby Duck is being read live on air every Monday - Friday at noon. Listen to it on KCSB at 91.9 fm or online at www.kcsb.org.

Supreme Court Decision Restores Copyright Protection to Some Works Formerly in the Public Domain

A new Supreme Court decision on January 18 has restored copyright protection to works formerly considered to be in the public domain.

Another Duck Spotted on Campus!

Local artist Holly Mackay has created a duck entirely from trash. Come to the library and see her creation.

UCSB Reads Book Giveaway on Thursday

The library will be giving copies of this year's UCSB Reads book to students starting on Thursday.

Giant Duck Spotted on Campus!

Be on the lookout for Moby-Duck as he helps us launch this year's UCSB Reads program,

KCSB Radio Needs You!

Join your fellow students in reading Moby-Duck on the air.

Have You Returned Your Library Books?

Remember that books are subject to recall during break periods.

Free Massages are Back!

Once again, free massages are available for UCSB students on Tuesdays.

The Fog of Freedom: Liberation and Lock-in in the Age of the Internet (Open Access Week Event - October 27)

Christopher Kelty (UCLA) will be giving a talk as part of Open Access Week (October 24-30) and the IHC’s Public Goods series.