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Unmasking Isla Vista: University & Students

Monday, August 09th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Unmasking Isla Vista: University & Students In episode two of our series, Unmasking Isla Vista: University & Students, KCSB's Ashley Rusch and Daily Nexus reporter Sindhu Ananthavel narrow in on UC Santa Barbara's response to four major topics: academic dishonesty, ment [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Unmasking Isla Vista: University & Students In episode two of our series, Unmasking Isla V [...]

Unmasking Isla Vista: Human Struggle

Sunday, August 01st, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Unmasking Isla Vista: Human Struggle In our first collaborative project, KCSB and the Daily Nexus have worked together to document the ways in which our community has changed over the past 18 months. As a result, we are proud to bring you the first episode of Unmasking Isla [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Unmasking Isla Vista: Human Struggle In our first collaborative project, KCSB and the Daily Ne [...]

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 11 with Stephen Snyder

Thursday, May 13th, 2021
On the May 13th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on 91.9 KCSB-FM, we welcome Stephen Snyder, who reads When They Call You a Terrorist, Chapter 11: "Black Lives Matter." Steve S. is Merchandising Manager at the Isla Vista Food Cooperative. He also hosts KCSB-FM's long-running weekly music program "Joyf [...]
On the May 13th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on 91.9 KCSB-FM, we welcome Stephen Snyder, who reads When They Call You [...]
By digital-media / Posted in Ucsb, Blog

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 6 with Diana Collins Puente

Thursday, April 01st, 2021
On the April 1st edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Collins Puente, Director of Community Affairs, Student Development and Leadership for UCSB's Associated Students. Diana reads from When They Call You a Terrorist, Chapter 7: “All The Bones We Could Find." Every Th [...]
On the April 1st edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Collins Puente, Director of Community Affairs [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb, Blog

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 5 with Diana Escamilla

Thursday, March 18th, 2021
On the March 18th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Escamilla, a 3rd year Psychological & Brain Sciences Major at UCSB with an English Minor. Diana is also a member of KCSB-FM’s Executive Committee in her capacity as our Promotions Coordinator. Diana will be comple [...]
On the March 18th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Escamilla, a 3rd year Psychological & Br [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb, Blog

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 4 with Whitney Ater

Thursday, March 04th, 2021
On the fourth edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM (Thursday, March 4th), we welcome Whitney Ater, Financial Analyst in the Phelps Administrative Support Center and a Committee Chairperson for the UCSB Professional Women’s Association (PWA). Whitney is reading When They Call You a Terrorist: A Bl [...]
On the fourth edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM (Thursday, March 4th), we welcome Whitney Ater, Financial Analyst [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb, Blog

Making STEM More Accessible to Black & Latinx Students

Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
With the majority of developers in the STEM field being white males, much of the resulting code tends towards serving white males and under-serving communities of color. KCSB’s Aubrey Valerio spoke with Dr. Sharon Tettegah, the director of the Center for Black Studies Research at UCSB, about the dif [...]
With the majority of developers in the STEM field being white males, much of the resulting code tends towards serving wh [...]

Pushing for an American Indian and Indigenous Studies Department at UCSB

Thursday, February 11th, 2021
Native and Indigenous Students at UC Santa Barbara have been working towards establishing an American Indian and Indigenous Studies Department for upwards of six years. Recently, a petition was created to bring visibility to this topic and show support for the initiative. KCSB's Kathryn Foster sits [...]
Native and Indigenous Students at UC Santa Barbara have been working towards establishing an American Indian and Indigen [...]
By News Director / Posted in News, Ucsb

UC Considers Suspending Standardized Testing

Thursday, February 11th, 2021
The UC Board of Regents discussed the possible suspension of standardized testing for admissions on January 21, according to the Daily Nexus. Alternative tests are being proposed in replacement of the SAT and ACT. KCSB’s Jennifer Yoshikoshi has more on the story. KCSB News and Sports · UC Conside [...]
The UC Board of Regents discussed the possible suspension of standardized testing for admissions on January 21, accordin [...]
By News Director / Posted in News, Ucsb

KCSB-FM Airs UCSB Reads 2021, Weekly Readings From: When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir

Wednesday, February 10th, 2021
The UCSB Reads selection for 2021 is When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir, co-authored by Patrisse Cullors and asha bandele. This annual program of the UCSB Library brings the campus and Santa Barbara communities together each year for dialogue about important topical issue [...]
The UCSB Reads selection for 2021 is When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir, co-authored by Patriss [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb