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Intents & Purposes Radio, March 16, 2010

Intents & Purposes Radio, March 16, 2010

RadioIP with Levi and Tim: Zombie computers are lurking in the dark corners of the Internet form a matrix of data-snatching machines. These botnets are constantly trolling for banks account numbers, passwords and personal data. Dr. Giovanni Vigna, one of the UC Santa Barbara researchers who recently took down one of the largest of these online [...]

Intents & Purposes Radio

Intents & Purposes Radio

RadioIP with Levi and Tim, Tuesday, March 9, 2010: Online social media has brought the digitization of our lives to new heights in just a few short years with the explosion of tools like Facebook and the adoption of Internet-ready smart-phones. But all of this information sharing comes at a price: privacy. UC Santa Barbara Computer Science [...]

No Alibis with Rebecca N. Hill on “Men, Mobs, and Law”

Following the news, Elizabeth Robinson and Jordan Camp speak with Professor Rebecca N. Hill about her book Men, Mobs, and Law: Anti-Lynching and Labor Defense in U.S. Radical History (Duke University Press, 2009). She is Associate Professor in the Department of Social Science at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New [...]

No Alibis with Sara Kaplan and Daniel Widener, Racism and Campus Climate at UCSD

Jordan Camp and Elizabeth Robinson speak with UC San Diego Professors Sara Kaplan and Daniel Widener about the recent racist events at UCSD. We explore how the events expose the hostile climate for students of color on UC campuses as well as for people of color throughout California.  We also discuss the role of African American studies and [...]

KCSB Community News for Tuesday March 2, 2010

*Global headlines Harry Lawton *Changing bull terrier perceptions Robyn Pennington * Rhythmic Uprising Conchita Pang *Reform to GATE program in Santa Barbara schools Holly Hyde * UC Student Lobby and UC Hate Crimes Daniel Alvarenga *Interview with activist Janelle Mungo on March 4th Day of Action Geoffrey Ticker *March 4th Day of Action [...]

Intents & Purposes Radio, March 2, 2010

Intents & Purposes Radio, March 2, 2010

RadioIP with Levi and Tim: Worldwide, 12 million people suffer from autosomal-dominant polycystic kidney disease or ADPKD. In the U.S. the number is larger than those affected by Down syndrome, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and sickle cell anemia combined. UC Santa Barbara’s Dr. Thomas Weimbs, associate professor and director of the [...]

Intents & Purposes Radio, Feb 16, 2010

Intents & Purposes Radio, Feb 16, 2010

Feb 16, 2010 Show: The January 12th earthquake in Haiti devastated 3 million people on the small island-nation. Santa Barbara-based Direct Relief International has helped bring tens of millions of dollars in medical aid to Haiti. The organization is one of the most efficient charities providing relief in the area. Jim Prosser, the media relations [...]

Intents & Purposes: “Go Red for Women” in Santa Barbara

Intents & Purposes: “Go Red for Women” in Santa Barbara

Julia Nagy, the executive director of the Tri-Counties Division of the American Heart Association was in studio today to talk about the organization's 2010 Go Red For Women campaign along with the event's chair Janet Garufis, president and CEO of Montecito Bank and Trust. The Heart Association will host a fundraising Women's Health Expo on March [...]

Now Online: Anabel Ford Discusses Ancient Maya on “Intents & Purposes”

Now Online: Anabel Ford Discusses Ancient Maya on “Intents & Purposes”

On Tuesday's "Intents & Purposes" broadcast, Levi Maaia and Tim Grigsby spoke with the director of UCSB’s Meso American Research Center and the recipient of the 2000 Rolex Award for Enterprise, Dr. Anabel Ford. Says the hosts of their guest, "Dr. Ford has dedicated years to the study of the ancient city of El Pilar. This historic Maya [...]

Now Online: “The Freak Power Ticket” Features Founding Members of Ventura’s Franklin for Short — Seth Pettersen and Trevor Beld-Jimenez — in Separate Podcasts

Now Online: “The Freak Power Ticket” Features Founding Members of Ventura’s Franklin for Short — Seth Pettersen and Trevor Beld-Jimenez — in Separate Podcasts

On Monday, November 30th, Seth Pettersen, front man for the Ventura indie-rock quintet Franklin for Short, was a special guest on “The Freak Power Ticket,” a music and cultural arts program hosted by DJ Ted Coe. A few weeks later, on January 11th, Franklin for Short bassist/vocalist Trevor Beld-Jimenez (aka Tall Tales) returned to the [...]

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