‘Public Affairs’ Archives
KCSB is a proud supporter of the Associated Students Fee Initiative, an initiative which will increase funding for student services on the UCSB Campus. The election takes place from October 23rd through the 26th on GOLD for Undergraduate UCSB students. More information about this special election can be found at http://www.as.ucsb.edu/election
The invasion of the Chancellor's office in Cheadle Hall proved success for students of "tent city" who have been camped out in front of Storke Tower for two days. Chancellor Yang left northern California to hear the demands of the students. Students and custodial staff at UCSB asked for an increase of wages for custodial staff, University support [...]
Associate News Director Hassan Naveed interviewed A.S. External Vice President Bill Shiebler regarding the Student's Initiative. The initiative will be on GOLD for the upcoming student elections between Oct. 23rd through the 26th.
Associate News Director Hassan Naveed interviewed Kaitlin Pike, Editor in Chief, and Nick Dürnhöfer, Opinion Editor, as they explained the Daily Nexus's stance against the A.S.'s Student Initiative.
Reporter Harry Lawton provides an in-depth look in to proposition 87. If the proposition passes on the November 11th elections it would install a "$4 billion program with goal to reduce petroleum consumption by 25%, with research and production incentives for alternative energy, alternative energy vehicles, energy efficient technologies, and for [...]
Associate News Director Hassan Naveed interviewed Kevin Davis and Jeronimo Saldana regarding the latest information on the Isla Vista eviction situation.
KCSB presents a Scimitar Cooperative show, The Plot To Blow Up the Eiffel Tower on Wednesday, October 11th, 7pm, at Casa de La Raza. The lineup also includes Kinderbrute, Springtime is Wartime, and Labrynth. Casa de La Raza is located at 601 E. Montecito Street in downtown Santa Barbara. This is an all ages event. Tickets will be $8 at the [...]
The Pythagorean Flux (Thursdays from 10-12noon) is proud to announce: Interview with Public Health Hero, Dr Len Horowitz 11-12noon, 10/5/06 Dr. Horowitz is a graduate of Harvard School of Public Health, an independent researcher, and author of several books ( Emerging Viruses: Aids and Ebola- Nature, Accident or Intentional, Death in the [...]
October 3, 1 p.m. -- 4:30 p.m., University of Southern California (USC) Davidson Conference Center, Embassy Room, 3415 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90089 6:30 p.m. -- 10 p.m., El Segundo High School, 640 Main Street, El Segundo, CA 90245 In announcing the LA hearing, FCC Chairman Kevin Martin said, "I look forward to hearing [...]
No Alibis, Wednesday October 4, 8 am to 10 am Columbia professor, former president of the World Bank, Nobel Prize laureate. Stiglitz will discuss his new book, "Making Globalization Work" and his assessment of the real costs of the US military adventures in Iraq. Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson hosts.