Posts Tagged ‘UCSB’
At 7:00pm on January 6th, the UCSB Women's Basketball team takes on UC Davis. Matt Raab and Mitchell Clements will have the call from the Thunderdome in this broadcast of UCSB Women's Basketball. Pregame show starts at 6:45pm, and the link below will become active 15 minutes before the start of the broadcast. If you encounter any problems [...]
KCSB Associate News Director, Stefany Viesca, interviews UCSB students regarding marijuana initiative Proposition 19. If passed by California voters on November 2nd, Prop 19 would legalize and tax marijuana. Videography/Editing Stefany Viesca
National Day of Action in Defense of Public Education: *Live Interview from Downtown Santa Barbara Rally Harry Lawton * Preliminary breakfast with UCSB Clerical Workers Courtney Brooks * State Wide Round Up of Today's Actions Lucas Brooks * Interview with KZSC: Occupation at UC Santa Cruz Daniel Alvarenga * Interview with KDVS: Police [...]
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.
*First Guantanamo Detainee to be Transferred to the US for Criminal Prosecution *Shell Agrees to $15.5 Million Dollar Settlement to Avoid Lawsuit Charging Complicity In Ken Saro-Wiwa Execution *Peruvian Indigenous Leader Granted Asylum In Nicaragua From Sedition Charges In Peru *UCSB Senior Falls to His Death Over the Weekend
Some of the headlines at the 8 o'clock hour... US Jobless Claims More Than Anticipated GM and Chrysler Will Not Renew Hundreds of Franchise Agreements Civilians Continue to Flee Sri Lanka As Human Rights Groups Call for Cease-fire ILO Says Human Trafficking Is Part of A Multi-Billion Dollar Industry UCSB's Don't Cut Us Out! Student [...]
Don't Cut Us Out! student coalition members enacted a mock graduation beneath Storke Tower on Wednesday afternoon. Organizers of the event say they fear that fewer students will be able to earn their degrees as support services are cut and student fees increase. The University of California regents last Thursday approved a 9.3% increase in [...]