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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25th, 2019 regarding the implications of (un)natural disasters on marginalized communities due to non-inclusive and outdated policies.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 [...]

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” [...]

UCSB Honors Victims of Christchurch Attack

Tuesday, March 19th, 2019
This past Friday, a terrorist shot and killed 51 people in a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. Today, the UCSB Muslim Student Association held a noontime vigil at Storke Tower in solidarity with the victims, families, and community at large. Here are highlights from today’s UCSB “Standing in [...]
This past Friday, a terrorist shot and killed 51 people in a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand. Today, the UCSB Mu [...]

UPTE-CWA Plans for Strike During UCSB Finals Week

Monday, March 18th, 2019
UPTE-CWA, a union representing 15,000 UC workers, is planning a labor rally beneath Storke Tower this coming Wednesday. KCSB’s Megan Stafford has more information on the UC system-wide strike: Another labor strike is happening at UCSB, the University Professional Technical Employee-Communic [...]
UPTE-CWA, a union representing 15,000 UC workers, is planning a labor rally beneath Storke Tower this coming Wednesd [...]

UCSB Reads: Exiled: Loss and Resilience Among Refugee and Forcibly Displaced Youth and Communities

Thursday, March 07th, 2019
On January 22nd, the UCSB Library presented a lecture by Dr. Maryam Kia-Keating in conjunction with UCSB Reads, exploring some of the themes found in this year’s book, The Best We Could Do by Thi Bui. KCSB's Daisy Kershaw speaks with clinical psychologist Dr. Maryam Kia-Keating about her work st [...]
On January 22nd, the UCSB Library presented a lecture by Dr. Maryam Kia-Keating in conjunction with UCSB Reads, expl [...]

Gender Inequality in the Field of Archaeology

Monday, March 04th, 2019
KCSB's Tianyi Huang speaks with Amber VanDerwarker about why women in Archaeology choose careers in cultural resource management (CRM) over academia and inequalities in the field.
KCSB's Tianyi Huang speaks with Amber VanDerwarker about why women in Archaeology choose careers in cultural resource [...]

UCSB’s Hidden Asphalt History

Tuesday, February 26th, 2019
Recently, a public demonstration took place outside of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s regional office in remembrance of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill and to bring attention to the plans to drastically expand offshore drilling operations. Even with petroleum at the forefront of resident [...]
Recently, a public demonstration took place outside of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s regional office in reme [...]