Radio Causeway: Victor M. Rios PhD, “Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys” – May 31, 2011
Victor M. Rios, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at UC Santa Barbara and the recipient of the 2010 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research. Dr. Rios drops in on Radio Causeway to discuss is forthcoming book, Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys. The book looks at how [...]
Joining Radio Causeway on the phone is the Oakland, CA based post rock band, Broken Cities. They will be talking about their recent release of their debut album titled, Flux. Flux was a DIY project and has been released under a Creative Commons License. You can find their debut album here. Broken Cities is: Jon-Bass [...]
City at Peace Santa Barbara's Managing Director, Karena Jew and cast member, Andrea Delgado visit Radio Causeway to talk about the upcoming performance of When the Bough Breaks. City at Peace is a non profit organization that works to improve the lives of teens through writing and performing plays on stage. The script is a mashup of [...]
On Monday, May 16th, Ted Coe, host of "The Freak Power Ticket," was joined by Demi Anter, Sina Dailey, Chanel Miller, and Teagan Miller, UC Santa Barbara students involved with "Off the Page," an evening of spoken word poetry at Left Coast Books this coming Friday, May 20th, from 7-9pm. The four performed original pieces and spoke about their [...]
Anthony W. De Tomaso, PhD, co author of a new study titled, Allocation in a Basal Chordate Consists of Independent Activating and Inhibitory Pathways. The study, published in the April 22 2011 issue of the Journal Immunity looks as how marine organisms may help prevent the rejection of transplanted organs in humans. Dr. De Tomaso is an [...]
Danielle S. Bassett, PhD takes the time to come by Radio Causeway to discuss a recent article she co authored looking at the use of brain scans in predicting learning. Dr. Bassett is a post doctoral research associate at the Complex Systems Group in the Department of Physics at UC Santa Barbara. The article titled, Dynamic [...]
KCSB News Intern, Elizabeth Gutierrez recently interviewed Parisian singer/songwriter Jessica Fichot before her appearance at Soho in Santa Barbara last Monday.
KCSB news intern, Nico Suarez, interviewed indie-rock band The Outdoors before their April 21st show at Soho in Santa Barbara.
Notes For Notes is a non profit foundation that has been working in Santa Barbara to give youth the opportunity to learn and play music for free. Executive Director / Founder, Phillip Gilley, and Program Directors, Taylor Hurtado and Ian Putnam stop by Radio Causeway to talk about the efforts Notes For Notes are making to enrich the lives of young [...]
The Associated Students of UC Santa Barbara are celebrating the opening day of the new A.S. Food Bank at the UC Santa Barbara campus. Guadalupe Cruz, Student Initiated Recruitment and Retention Committee (SIRRC) Co-President and Paul Monge-Rodriguez talk with Radio Causeway about the details of the A.S. Food Bank and more. You can read [...]