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The Economic Woes of Sudan’s Crisis

Monday, April 22nd, 2019
Sudanese demonstrators led to the removal of President Omar al-Bashir, who first came into power in 1989. KCSB's Nassef Mohsen Ali discusses the economic factors that drove thousands to the streets.
Sudanese demonstrators led to the removal of President Omar al-Bashir, who first came into power in 1989. KCSB's Nas [...]

The Restoration of Notre Dame

Monday, April 22nd, 2019
Professor of medieval architecture, Richard Wittman, talks to reporter Harry Lawton, about the damage to Notre dame in last week's fire, regarding what was lost, what was saved, and what precautions need to be taken in the future.
Professor of medieval architecture, Richard Wittman, talks to reporter Harry Lawton, about the damage to Notre dame [...]

UCSB Reads: The Best We Could Do

Monday, April 22nd, 2019
This week, Thi Bui, author and artist behind the UCSB 2019 Reads selection, The Best We Could Do, comes to UCSB for a talk at Campbell Hall. In collaboration with the Public Affairs committee here at KCSB, KCSB News covered several UCSB Reads-related events on campus over the past several months, in [...]
This week, Thi Bui, author and artist behind the UCSB 2019 Reads selection, The Best We Could Do, comes to UCSB for a ta [...]

KCSB NEWS: Unnatural Disasters and Environmental Racism Panel

Monday, April 15th, 2019
KCSB News presented a panel on Monday, February 25th, 2019 regarding the implications of (un)natural disasters on marginalized communities due to non-inclusive and outdated policies. The panel featured representatives from the UCSB Environmental Studies Department, UCSB Students for Environmenta [...]
KCSB News presented a panel on Monday, February 25th, 2019 regarding the implications of (un)natural disasters on ma [...]

Brexit Pushed Back to Halloween 2019

Thursday, April 11th, 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May continued her search for an extension to the date of British withdrawal from the European Union, which was extended until October 31st at a meeting in Brussels. KCSB's Harry Lawton has the story.
British Prime Minister Theresa May continued her search for an extension to the date of British withdrawal from the [...]

What’s Next for SB’s Platform Holly?

Thursday, April 04th, 2019
The oil platform off the Goleta coast, known affectionately as platform Holly, has been the source of inspiration of many who venture to Santa Barbara’s coastline. But since the bankruptcy of the platform’s owner and the 2015 Refugio oil spill, the platform, sitting on top of one of the most nat [...]
The oil platform off the Goleta coast, known affectionately as platform Holly, has been the source of inspiration of [...]

SBCC Trustee Responds to Racism Claims at the College

Monday, April 01st, 2019
SBCC’s trustees recently proposed an anti-racism resolution that directs the new superintendent of SBCC to work on anti-racism plans. To learn more, KCSB’s Tianyi Huang spoke with Jonathan Abboud, a trustee on the Santa Barbara Community College Board of Trustees, representing Isla Vista, UCSB and [...]
SBCC’s trustees recently proposed an anti-racism resolution that directs the new superintendent of SBCC to work on ant [...]

Isla Vista Prepares for Deltopia Weekend

Monday, April 01st, 2019
Both students and the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department are planning for Deltopia, which is a social “street party” organized for this upcoming weekend. KCSB’s Megan Stafford speaks with Deputy Justin Schroeder about the precautions local law enforcement is taking and what Goleta residents and [...]
Both students and the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department are planning for Deltopia, which is a social “street party” [...]