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KCSB Evening News – Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

KCSB Evening News – Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

*UC President Janet Napolitano comes to the UC Santa Barbara campus, where she received unwelcoming remarks by student demonstrators on Thursday evening and Friday afternoon *A new initiative, Coffee with a Cop, will allow students and community members to speak with local authorities ...and more Anchor: Julissa [...]

KCSB Evening News – Monday, Sept. 30, 2013

KCSB Evening News – Monday, Sept. 30, 2013

*UCSB Faculty Association Raises Concerns About Changes to UC System Changes to Health Insurance Coverage *Syrian Foreign, Minister Walid al-Moualem Repsonds to UN Security Council Resolution on Chemical Weapons *Janet Napolitano Assumes Office as UC President as Students from Two UC Campuses Call Attention to her Record on Immigration ...and [...]

KCSB News – March 14, 2013 – Thurs.

KCSB News – March 14, 2013 – Thurs.

* UC Regents Extend Fee Imposed on Students to Pay Millions of Dollars in Debt Related to Two Class Action Lawsuits Against the UC for Improper Student Fee Increases - Nathalie Vera, KCSB * The University of California Underpaid Some 30,000 Employees on Six UC Campuses During Changeover from Monthly to Biweekly Payroll Plan - KCSB * Students [...]

KCSB News – March 13, 2013 – Weds.

KCSB News – March 13, 2013 – Weds.

UC Santa Cruz graduate student Eric Green addresses UC Regents during public comment on March 13, 2013 * University of California Regents Begin 2-Day Meeting in San Francisco During Dead Week, Discuss New Campus Residences and Search for New UC President - Nathalie Vera, KCSB *UC Students Brace for Increase in Student Health Fees Until [...]

No Alibis 1/19/11 Peter Byrne on UC Regents ‘Investor’s Club’

No Alibis 1/19/11 Peter Byrne on UC Regents ‘Investor’s Club’

Investigative journalist, Peter Byrne will discuss his eight part investigation of the UC Regents and their alleged use of public funds for private profit. His eight month long investigation indicates that individual regents benefited mightily while the state university system and the state pension funds did not so well. Conflicts of interest, [...]

BREAKING NEWS: UC Santa Cruz “Shut Down”

Demonstrations at entrances to UC Santa Cruz have rendered the campus inaccessible to vehicular traffic. According to reports from the Independent Media Center in Santa Cruz and radio station KZSC, students, university employees including faculty and both represented and non-represented workers are protesting against the privatization of public [...]

UCSB Chancellor Yang Reports on Furloughs and Budget Cut Impacts @ UC Regents’ Meeting

UCSB Chancellor Henry Yang reports, to the UC Regents, on the impacts the system-wide budget cuts and the staff/faculty furlough program have had on UC Santa Barbara. The UC Regents' meeting was held on September 16th in Mission Bay, San Francisco.