Posts Tagged ‘University of California Santa Barbara’
KCSB-FM Reads ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK as UCSB READS Returns! (Weekdays Starting Monday, January 26 at 12noon)
As UCSB Reads celebrates its 9th year, KCSB-FM will again host a series of live readings each weekday starting Monday, January 26th, at 12noon PST. This year’s choice for UCSB Reads is Piper Kerman’s best-selling memoir, Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison. The book provides the source material for the Emmy-winning Netflix [...]
THE FREAK POWER TICKET Podcast – PEACE, LOVE, AND CANNIBALS: Hippie Horror Films of the Sixties and Seventies with GREG BURRIS Now Online!
On the Monday, July 28th edition of “The Freak Power Ticket,” producer/host Ted Coe interviewed Greg Burris, a doctoral candidate in UCSB’s Department of Film and Media Studies. Their focus, a University course Burris is teaching this summer, “Peace, Love, and Cannibals: Hippie Horror Films of the Sixties and Seventies.” An edited [...]
In response to the senseless tragedy in Isla Vista on Friday, May 23rd, 2014, the University of California, Santa Barbara campus cancelled classes on Tuesday, May 27th, declaring it a “Day of Mourning and Reflection.” A memorial ceremony was held that afternoon at UCSB's Harder Stadium. Upwards of 20,000 people gathered for this service, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
Prof. John Foran on “Che: Part One” and World Revolutions on “The Freak Power Ticket” (Monday, August 15) – UPDATE: Podcast/Audio Now Online!
Throughout the month of August, The UCSB Education Abroad Program Presents the "World Revolutions Film Series" FREE screenings open to the public every Tuesday night at 7pm on the big screen in UCSB's MultiCultural Center Theater. On Monday's broadcast of "The Freak Power Ticket," host Ted Coe and guest host Harry Lawton will speak with UCSB [...]