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Thursday, March 14th, 2019
Along with the rest of KCSB, KCSB News is hard at work migrating content to KCSB's new website. If you're looking for a story that came out before February 2019, it might not have been moved to this website yet! Try checking our Soundcloud, where we post all the stories we make. In addition to movin [...]
Along with the rest of KCSB, KCSB News is hard at work migrating content to KCSB's new website. If you're looking for a [...]

Leasin’ Season in Isla Vista

Wednesday, March 13th, 2019
 KCSB Reporter Ray Briare shares some insight for students preparing to lease for the upcoming school year, and how to deal with tricky landlords.
 KCSB Reporter Ray Briare shares some insight for students preparing to lease for the upcoming school year, and how [...]

Tasmania trys out Recycled Roads

Wednesday, March 13th, 2019
Tasmania builds its first road with recycled plastic, glass, and printer ink toner. KCSB reporter Hayden Harris has more.
Tasmania builds its first road with recycled plastic, glass, and printer ink toner. KCSB reporter Hayden Harris has mo [...]

Interview with The Laps: Tasmania Director

Monday, March 11th, 2019
As part of our SBIFF 2019 Coverage, KCSB reporter Harry Lawton sits down with director Angie Davis to talk about her documentary The Laps: Tasmania, her second movie to premiere at the festival.
As part of our SBIFF 2019 Coverage, KCSB reporter Harry Lawton sits down with director Angie Davis to talk about her d [...]

Carpenteria residents Concerned with Cannabis Production and Regulation

Thursday, March 07th, 2019
The group 'Concerned Carpinterians' attended a recent County Board of Supervisors Regulatory hearing to protest the lack of enforcement of cannabis regulations. KCSB's Robert Stark speaks with local journalist and blogger Ann Louise Bardach as well as gets the county's perspective, by speaking t [...]
The group 'Concerned Carpinterians' attended a recent County Board of Supervisors Regulatory hearing to protest the [...]

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 [...]

The ‘Dirty Dozen’ on our Beaches

Thursday, February 28th, 2019
Tired of pieces of trash ruining your beach day? Then dig deep into the dirty dozen with Julia Keane, an Environmental Educator with Santa Barbara’s Explore Ecology, a local environmental education and arts nonprofit. She explains the most popular pollutants tainting our beaches to KCSB reporter [...]
Tired of pieces of trash ruining your beach day? Then dig deep into the dirty dozen with Julia Keane, an Environment [...]