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Reporting and Climate Change with Leah Stokes

Thursday, July 19th, 2018
Reporting on the recent Goleta Fires missed out an essential connection between extreme weather and climate change. UCSB political science professor Leah Stokes explains to KCSB's Harry Lawton the need to establish the link and its greater implications.
Reporting on the recent Goleta Fires missed out an essential connection between extreme weather and climate change. [...]

Future of Tri-County Non-Profit Organizations

Thursday, July 12th, 2018
Local non profit leaders from the Tri County area recently came together to share ideas and concerns about the future of their organizations. KCSB’s Harry Lawton spoke with the facilitator of the daylong event, Marybeth Carty, to find out more about the process and big takeaway ideas.
Local non profit leaders from the Tri County area recently came together to share ideas and concerns about the futur [...]

CSD Meets for Deltopia 2018 Recap

Monday, April 16th, 2018
Around 10,000 people walked through Isla Vista this past Deltopia weekend. The IV Community Services District met Tuesday to discuss the event and the future of it. KCSB reporter Héctor Sánchez Castañeda recaps the meeting.
Around 10,000 people walked through Isla Vista this past Deltopia weekend. The IV Community Services District met Tues [...]

NewCen Project Receives Ballot Placement

Thursday, March 29th, 2018
The NewCen is a proposed University Center renovation introduced by Associated Students President Hieu Le last January. The proposal has received attention because of its associated student fee. Héctor Sánchez Castañeda spoke with Daily Nexus reporter and news editor Shomik Mukherjee about the r [...]
The NewCen is a proposed University Center renovation introduced by Associated Students President Hieu Le last Janua [...]

Historic CojoJalama Ranch Changes Hands, Could open to Public

Monday, February 12th, 2018
The historic Cojo-Jalama ranch is, by any terms, an expansive property. The twenty-four thousand acre property encompasses infamous Point Conception, beaches coveted by local surfers, important archaeological sites,and lots of endangered habitat. But locals fear that it could be home to developm [...]
The historic Cojo-Jalama ranch is, by any terms, an expansive property. The twenty-four thousand acre property encom [...]

Thomas Fire Disrupts Final Exams for Santa Barbara area Students

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017
Firefighters from across the state continue their battle against The Thomas Fire. Unhealthy air quality, along with intermittent power outages prompted UC Santa Barbara officials to postpone final exams, which were supposed to take place this week. Instead - the many services on campus are close [...]
Firefighters from across the state continue their battle against The Thomas Fire. Unhealthy air quality, along with [...]