A recording of the press conference held on Wed., Jan. 2, 2008, by former Santa Barbara News-Press newsroom workers celebrating a recent ruling in their favor. A federal judge is recommending they be rehired by the daily newspaper and be given back pay. … News-Press attorneys vow to appeal; union lawyers say they will push for workers to get [...]
Interview with Alena Donovan of SB Rape Crisis Center; Susan Shaberman of MoveOn.org talks about campaign to keep U.S. out of Iran. News by Cathy Murillo.
Today: Interview with Elizabeth Kucinich by Cathy Murillo; presentation by David Bearman about medicinal marijuana (Cam tu Dang); excerpt of Ashley Gilbertson lecture (Megan Murray); Glazer donation establishes Jewish Studies endowed chair (Jordan Katz).
Today: Father Gregory Boyle, the Iran and India nuclear policy, and SBCC students helping refugees from Rwanda.
Jordan Katz and Cathy Murillo report on Nov. 27 rally sponsored by Queer Student Union and UCSB Campus Democrats
Today's newscast includes a story about teen artwork on display at the Twelve35 Teen Center in downtown Santa Barbara (Erika Stern). And Wendy Kaysing brings us interviews and speeches recorded at the peace march and rally last month. Cam tu Dang has a report on the Don't Drive Your Car on Dec. 2 campaign. Other headlines from Erika Stern: SB [...]
Today's newscast includes speeches from a union rally that took place on the UC Santa Barbara campus this afternoon (Stephanie Espinoza). And we have a story about a voter registration drive promoted by students (Avalon Jeffrey). Finally, a preview of a Town Hall meeting organized by students concerned about a university plan to increase the [...]
Today's newscast includes a story from Jackie Sheeley about a young man who fasted to raise awareness about homeless youth. Joseph Farsakh reports on a UCSB event focusing on globalization. Science reporter Megan Murray has a story about biomolecular materials, viruses, and energy. Headlines: an Associated Students' town hall meeting, scheduled [...]
A group called Students Defending Democracy held a Support-the-Troops rally on the UCSB campus today. The event drew about 50 supporters as well as a handful of people who promoted an anti-war message.
KCSB FM is once again providing an important service to the Santa Barbara community by airing an exclusive lecture by Naomi Klein, author of the book, “The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.” Klein’s lecture will air Monday, November 12, at 8 a.m., as part of KCSB’s singular Santa Barbara Lectures series. Worldwide audiences [...]