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    UCSB Travels to Sac State Wednesday; Hosts UC Davis Saturday as Big West North Race Heats Up https://t.co/uq5R5dgo7T
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    Gauchos Travel to UC Davis Thursday, Fullerton Sunday for ESPN3 Match https://t.co/pqCYwNlwOy
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    Third time's the charm! #BrenHall recently became the first building to receive three #LEED Platinum certifications https://t.co/rdrnPjyDwI
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    Gauchos Finish Close Second at Bill Cullum Invitational https://t.co/DTdH3hnpAW
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    RT @SantaBarbara: For the first time, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra performs live at the Arlington Theatre on Nov. 1, presented by @Art
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Civil War

  • On the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, John Majewski, professor of history at UC Santa Barbara, discusses the origins of one of the most famous speeches ever delivered by a U.S. president.

  • On the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, we asked UC Santa Barbara students to recite one of the most famous speeches ever delivered by an American president. It was delivered by Lincoln during the Civil War, on Nov. 19, 1863.

  • John Majewski, an associate professor of history at the University of California, Santa Barbara, has been awarded a $20,000 fellowship by the George A.

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