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    Gauchos Continue Busy November at Pepperdine Monday https://t.co/pHfynK7NgJ
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    UCSB Swim Victorious at UNLV Invitational https://t.co/qWTOCI2gKt
    4 hours 10 min ago
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    How does water get to our faucets? Here's a breakdown of #water sourceing in #California: https://t.co/mYi1EHLZdf… https://t.co/8sCKzkuxso
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    From the 1800s to 1940s, tourism was essential to establishing and maintaining the Japanese empire, according to… https://t.co/nAwGVMg4zt
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    #UCSB Black Studies Librarian Kynita Stringer-Stanback with Angela Davis and Gloria Steinem at #NWSA2017 https://t.co/1WKrCf2uPG
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Business + Economics

  • Environmental economists predict big manufacturing losses in China by mid-21st century due to climate change
  • Top award goes to UCSB anthropologist Jeffrey Hoelle’s study of ranching and cattle culture in western Amazonia
  • Journalist and best-selling author Bill Moyers will deliver the UCSB Capps Center’s Martin E. Marty Lecture
  • EFP North Peter Rupert
    As Santa Barbara’s North County economy recovers slowly, experts weigh in on options for the future
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    An uneven recovery and the federal policy rate are topics of discussion at UCSB’s Economic Forecast Project Summit
  • In the second of two events, the UCSB Economic Forecast Project focuses on life in North Santa Barbara County

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