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March 4

Learning

CAL POLY
Worth The Drive
March 4 (5:30 to 8:30 p.m.)

presents the third annual Diversity and Inclusiveness Colloquium featuring a keynote speech from SLO superior court judge Ginger Garrett on March 4 from

Cal Poly Performing Arts Center
diversity@calpoly.edu
Phone: 756-2250

Harman Hall, Cal Poly Performing Arts Center
1 Grande Ave.
SLO

UCSB ARTS AND LECTURES
Worth The Drive
March 4 (8 p.m.)

presents author Timothy Egan discussing his book "The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the First That Saved America" on March 4 at

karna.hughes@sa.ucsb.edu
Phone: 893-3535
http://artsandlectures.ucsb.edu

UCSB Campbell Hall
Santa Barbara

UCSB MULTICULTURAL CENTER
Worth The Drive
March 4 (5 p.m.)

presents as part of its "Interfaith" series the talk "Interfaith Peacemaking: Healing the World" by Najeeba Syeed Miller on March 4 at

UCSB MultiCultural Center
aracely.rodriguez@sa.ucsb.edu
Phone: 893-8411

UCSB MultiCultural Center
UCen Road, University Center Room 1504
Santa Barbara