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NoAlibis 10/17/12 8a.m.: John Foran on Prop 30;Beto Juarez on Affirmative Action challenge.

NoAlibis 10/17/12 8a.m.: John Foran on Prop 30;Beto Juarez on Affirmative Action challenge.

Proposition 30's success or failure in the coming elections is likely to have a profound impact on California's education system across all levels.  Prof. John Foran discusses its implications with Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson at 8:30 following news.  At 9:15 Prof. Beto Juarez discusses the current consideration of Fisher v. Texas in [...]

No Alibis 10/10/12 8a.m: Miguel T. Salas on Venezuelan elections;Diane Fujino on Richard Aoki

No Alibis 10/10/12 8a.m: Miguel T. Salas on Venezuelan elections;Diane Fujino on Richard Aoki

At 8:30 Prof. Miguel Tinker Salas, noting that Venezuela has enormous known oil reserves, discusses the recent re-election of Hugo Chavez and its implications in Latin America and beyond. This follows news with Noor Aljawad and Elizabeth Robinson. In the second hour, Prof Diane Fujino discusses the life and work of Asian American intellectual and [...]

NoAlibis Podcast 9/5/12:UC Librarians dispute;Report from Palestine

NoAlibis Podcast 9/5/12:UC Librarians dispute;Report from Palestine

Mike Rotkin, UC-AFT Chief Negotiator for represented librarians at the University of California Library system and several librarians talked with Elizabeth Robinson about the current bargaining situation between the librarians (Unit 17) and U.C. Administration. Specifically, the discussion focused on the administration's unfair practice of [...]

No Alibis 8/15/12:Sikh temple shootings; Tax Justice Network

No Alibis 8/15/12:Sikh temple shootings; Tax Justice Network

Pawan Rehill and Romi Dhillon - both with expertise as well as personal experience with the Sikh community and religious practice - discuss the lethal assault on the Oak Creek Wisconsin Sikh community, the targeting of such communities in post 9/11 US, and the seeming media indifference to this terrorist attack. Then, James S. Henry, lead [...]

KCSB News – June 1, 2012 – Friday

KCSB News  – June 1, 2012 – Friday

*Virginia Residents Call for a Halt to a Massive Coal Mining Project - FSRN *Parking Fees and Citations Are Set to Increase on the UC Santa Barbara Campus - KCSB *KCSB Speaks With the Green Party's Presumptive Presidential Nominee - KCSB ...and more. Anchor/Producer: Elizabeth Gutiérrez Engineer: Mónica López  

KCSB Founder Bill Harrison Interviewed on “Real Gauchos” – PODCAST NOW ONLINE!

KCSB Founder Bill Harrison Interviewed on “Real Gauchos” – PODCAST NOW ONLINE!

Today on “Real Gauchos," Paul Rivas interviewed KCSB founder Bill Harrison on: creating the radio station in 1962 out of Anacapa Hall at UCSB but not allowing rock music, the early sixties still being the fifties, his fantastic chldhood in Santa Barbara, having great mentors, getting his start in the La Cumbre Junior High School theater program, [...]

The David Mayfield Parade – Live from The Hub (Friday the 13th: 3pm) During “Kittens Vs. Godzilla”

The David Mayfield Parade – Live from The Hub (Friday the 13th: 3pm) During “Kittens Vs. Godzilla”

UCSB Arts & Lectures presents folk-rock band The David Mayfield Parade this Friday, April 13th, starting at 3pm in The Hub, downstairs in the UCen at UC Santa Barbara. The free concert will be broadcast live on KCSB-FM during the time-slot for the indie/eclectic music program "Kittens vs. Godzilla." Grammy-nominated musician and producer David [...]

Monday, April 9: KCSB Spring Orientation!

Monday, April 9: KCSB Spring Orientation!

Do you like music, news, public affairs, or sports? Are you interested in learning about DJing, audio production, promoting concerts, or event planning? Ever get sick of the shameless monotony you hear on the radio, and thought you could do it better? How about becoming a part of your community’s unique, non-commercial radio station? KCSB [...]

TONIGHT! KCSB-FM Presents RADIO BANDIDO: Join Guest Filmmaker Pepe Urquijo on Tuesday, April 10 for a FREE Preview Screening at UCSB’s Pollock Theater

TONIGHT! KCSB-FM Presents RADIO BANDIDO: Join Guest Filmmaker Pepe Urquijo on Tuesday, April 10 for a FREE Preview Screening at UCSB’s Pollock Theater

      On Tuesday, April 10th, 7pm, at UCSB’s Pollock Theater, KCSB-FM’s “Popped Culture” Film Series presents a preview screening of Radio Bandido, a documentary investigating the 1994 death of Oscar “Bandido” Gomez, a Chicano radio activist from the University of California, Davis whose body was found in [...]

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Michael Young Interviewed on “Real Gauchos” (Tuesday, March 20)

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Michael Young Interviewed on “Real Gauchos” (Tuesday, March 20)

This week on "Real Gauchos," Paul Rivas interviews UCSB Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Michael Young on growing up a regular midwesterner, being groomed by his ruthless mother to pursue higher education, going to college a negro and coming out black, registering black voters in the Mississippi Delta at age 19, his litany of university jobs, [...]

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