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KCSB-FM News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism

Sunday, February 10th, 2019
KCSB News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism The public is invited to attend Unnatural Disasters and Environmental Racism, a panel discussion, on Monday, February 25, at 5PM, in the Graduate Student (GSA) Lounge located on the second floor of the MultiCultural [...]
KCSB News Presents: Unnatural Disasters & Environmental Racism The public is invited to attend Unna [...]
By digital-media / Posted in Blog, Events

fragmented selves – a playlist

Friday, February 01st, 2019
Composition of multiplicities and contradictions. Soft Touch – dreams don't forget Soft Touch, a solo project from Detroit, Michigan, released Maybe Something, Maybe Nothing in 2016. Their work recently received attention from Detriti Records, a label from Berlin, Ger [...]
Composition of multiplicities and contradictions. Soft Touch – dreams don't forget Soft [...]
By KCSB GM / Posted in Blog, Playlists

Call into the KCSB Sports basketball postgame show!

Thursday, January 31st, 2019
For the Winter 2019 quarter, KCSB Sports is doing a two-and-a-half hour call in show for UCSB basketball games! The schedule is as follows: 1/31 - MBB vs UC Irvine 2/6 - MBB vs CSUN 2/7 - WBB vs UC Davis 2/14 - MBB at UC Riverside 2/21 - MBB vs Hawai’i 3/7 - MBB at CSUN 3/14 [...]
For the Winter 2019 quarter, KCSB Sports is doing a two-and-a-half hour call in show for UCSB basketball games! The [...]

How to Get Your Own Radio Program at KCSB-FM

Tuesday, January 08th, 2019
If you’re interested in becoming a programmer on KCSB, first come to an orientation. We hold orientations at the beginning of every UCSB academic quarter. Program proposals will be given out at orientation. After you receive the proposal, fill it out and turn it in before the deadline. Accepted p [...]
If you’re interested in becoming a programmer on KCSB, first come to an orientation. We hold orientations at the beginni [...]

Origins of the Central American Caravan

Tuesday, January 08th, 2019
As the first group of Central American migrants arrive at the southern border, KCSB reporter Nassef Mohsen Ali talks to UCSB Political Science professor Kathleen Bruhn about the backstory to the caravan.
As the first group of Central American migrants arrive at the southern border, KCSB reporter Nassef Mohsen Ali talks t [...]

Show Review: Anna Meredith and Steve Hauschildt at the Pico Union Project

Thursday, January 14th, 2016
Award-winning Scottish composer and musician Anna Meredith performed her first ever gig in the United States at an unconventional space in downtown Los Angeles, CA. Meredith and her four bandmates were flanked on the bill by acclaimed experimental artists Steve Hauschildt (also performing in Los [...]
Award-winning Scottish composer and musician Anna Meredith performed her first ever gig in the United States at an u [...]
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