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The Problem with Wanderlust: First Three Chapters of 'Orange Is the New Black'

Jessica delves into the opening chapters of "Orange Is the New Black," which quickly move from life on the outside and the back-story of how Piper Kerman ends up in prison, to life on the inside.

February 'Crossroads' E-newsletter Available

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

Donate books to California prisons

UCSB Library is collecting book donations for California prisoners as part of UCSB Reads 2015.

Richard Ross’s Girls-in-Justice Photography Exhibition Moves Students and Staff

Student Jessica Sparks offers up this review of the exhibition "Girls-in-Justice," on view in the Library's Tower Gallery.

On Exhibit: Girls-in-Justice

UCSB Art professor Richard Ross' photographs of girls in the juvenile justice system are on display in the Library's Tower Gallery.

UCSB Reads 2015 Book Giveaway (Mon., Jan. 12, 10am)

To kick off UCSB Reads 2015, Chancellor Yang, Executive Vice Chancellor David Marshall, and University Librarian Denise Stephens will distribute free copies of this year's book, "Orange Is the New Black," to UCSB students.
Events, UCSB Reads, General News

UCSB Reads 2015 Book Announced

The book for UCSB Reads 2015 is "Orange Is the New Black," the best-selling memoir by Piper Kerman about her time in prison.

What Book Should We Select for UCSB Reads 2015?

Help us choose a book for UCSB Reads 2015 by sending your suggestions to UCSBreads@library.ucsb.edu.
UCSB Reads, General News

UCSB Reads Author Timothy Egan to Offer In-Person & Online Events (Mar. 4 & 5)

Timothy Egan offers events on March 4 & 5
Events, UCSB Reads, General News

Ray Ford: History of Fire in Santa Barbara (Wed. Feb. 26, 4pm)

Journalist Ray Ford will give a talk in the Library titled "History of Fire in Santa Barbara: Perceptions and Misconceptions."