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KCSB
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A non-commercial, educational FM station broadcasting for the public interest, KCSB enters into no commercial contracts which allow access to the airwaves and it strives to provide programming substantially different from that carried by commercial broadcast media. It is also designed to be educational for both programmers and listeners. UCSB students and other programmers are provided an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of radio broadcasting, both technically and in terms of broadcast ...
 
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Radio Causeway
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Inside Jokes
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Ian Davis & Maximilian Robert Lockwood are comedians from Laughology, UCSB's premier stand-up show. Now it seems they have a podcast.
 
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Art of Peace Radio
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The ART OF PEACE is a public radio program heard weekly on www.KCSB.org and KCSB 91.9 FM Wednesday evenings from 7-8pm. The Art of Peace focuses on social responsibility, community activism, and personal relationships as they relate to mindfulness and peace consciousness."Learning to Listen"Philip Le Vasseur Raises Consciousness and Engages the Community with Art of PeaceTuesday, August 24, 2010By Colin MarshallPhil LeVasseur is interested in many things, but none seem to get him quite as fa ...
 
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Real Gauchos
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REAL GAUCHOS. 50 1-hr interviews with people who've done cool stuff. Hosted by Paul Rivas on KCSB 91.9 FM in 2011-13. Free on realgauchos.com + iTunes Podcasts.
 
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President Brooke Kopel, Student Advocate General Grecia Martinez, Internal Vice President Steven Ho, and External Vice President for Local Affairs Jeike Meijer. KCSB sat down with each of the newly elected UCSB Associated Students executives for a quick introduction of their positions and what they hope to accomplish in the next year. The inter ...…
 
President Donald Trump's recent decision to take the United States out of the nuclear arms deal with Iran has caused fear and turmoil in the world of international diplomacy. An expert on Iran, Ryan Costello of the National Iranian American Council, comments on its politics and discusses possible consequences.…
 
In this episode we interview Umi, a PhD student working with Gretchen Hofmann at UCSB, about ocean acidification and its affects on the ocean's animals. Umi travels to Antarctica for his research and dives under the sea ice, and he also studies the ecosystem in Santa Barbara. Tune in to hear about his experiences, and be treated to his accordio ...…
 
UCSB is taking steps toward reducing food waste with a couple of new initiatives. Emily Hall with the UC Global Food Initiative has more on the new club called "UCSB's Food-Cycling," as well as the new UC-wide initiative called "My Last Trash."Image courtesy of the University of California
 
Would you be interested in watching a dance performance, while learning a bit of math on the side? The national "Dance Your PhD" contest challenges PhD students to communicate complicated research as a dance. This year’s overall winner is UCSB mathematician Nancy Scherich. KCSB reporter Erin Wetherley sat down with Nancy to learn more about mat ...…
 
A study published in Nature Ecology and Evolution explains how a cetacean’s intelligence corresponds to the size of its brain.Image by Elelicht (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
 
Jack Pitney, Professor of American Politics at Claremont McKenna College, thinks California Senate Leader Kevin de León stands a chance against long-time incumbent Dianne Feinstein in the 2018 senatorial race. His campaign reflects a greater trend in a Democratic party struggling to redefine itself. KCSB Reporter Kate Kesner has the story.…
 
KCSB News Spotlights a UCSB Aluma. Sandy Goe, a Gaucho from the class of ‘81, says helping others gave her the confidence to soar. KCSB's Alex Casavant sat down with Goe to find out what inspired her to become an entrepreneur. She also shares a painful family secret.
 
The Santa Barbara Botanic Garden was the first in the u.s. to have 100% native plants, and it's getting some improvements which may make it easier to find your way around. KCSB's Lee Jackson spoke with Dr. Steve Windhager, executive director of the SBBG to find out more.(Photo credit: Ken Pfeiffer Photography)…
 
A recent study shows that public support for climate-change related legislation may depend more on context than substance. According to UCSB researchers, public support may increase or decrease depending on how a climate policy is framed. KCSB's Amarica Rafanelli spoke with Leah Stokes, a professor of Political Science at UCSB, about the study ...…
 
The UCSB food bank offers enrolled students free food resources to those in need. Located on the third floor of the UCen, the bank recently acquired additional space for its operation and is planning on installing new amenities like refrigeration to expand its collection of resources offered. KCSB's Héctor Sánchez Castañeda spoke with Kathy Lop ...…
 
The head of the Environmental Protection Agency has denied a petition to ban use of a powerful pesticide in our food supply. The Environmental Working Group as well as doctors at a Pediatrician's association are alarmed at this decision. KCSB's Alex Casavant spoke with Dr. Jennifer Lowry, chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics to find out ...…
 
NPR Affiliate KCSB 91.9 interview of the authors of Return to Sex & Intimacy - For Cancer Survivors and Their Partners.
 
A 28-year old man from Santa Maria committed suicide Thursday night on UCSB's campus. Hear a witness's account of what transpired.
 
Tens of thousands of spectators lined State Street on Saturday to watch Santa Barbara’s Summer Solstice Parade. This year’s theme was “Unity.” KCSB’s Lisa Osborn has the story.
 
The UC Santa Barbara English department allows undergraduates to specialize in their majors. With seven specializations, students have an array of choices to focus their research interests on and work alongside faculty with projects. KCSB's Héctor Sánchez Castañeda spoke with Henry Bernard and Baily Rossi, undergraduate representatives for the ...…
 
With emails as a norm of communication in both personal and professional circles, people spend more and more of their days sifting through their email accounts. Given the large amount of personal information going in and out, this makes emails a rewarding area for cybercriminals. UCSB students have learned this the hard way, with many becoming ...…
 
May's KCSB Reads Book of the Month is White Trash: The 400 Year Old Untold History of Class in America. The book talks about the ways in which class affects white votes, especially how it played out during the 2016 elections. KCSB's Kendra Lee spoke with author Nancy Isenberg.
 
Quite a few Notre Dame students choose to walk out during Vice President Mike Pence’s commencement speech. One of the organizers of the walkout told KCSB News about her motivations. KCSB Reporter Dallin Mello has the story.
 
Isla Vista is a unique place. Following the burning of a Bank of America building during the riots of 1970, IV inspired a new policing mode. "Community Policing" was born back then with the creation of the Isla Vista Foot Patrol.Tonight, Lt. Mark Signa with the UC Police Department speaks with Santa Barbara County Undersheriff Bernard Melekian ...…
 
Santa Barbara Mayor Helene Schneider gave a memorable acceptance speech and broke into song during her acceptance speech as a 2017 "Woman of Achievement." The awards were handed out on Friday by the Association for Women in Communications, Santa Barbara chapter. Entrepreneur Patty DeDominic was also honored at the event.KCSB's Nkechi Ikem spoke ...…
 
President Trump made Saudi Arabia his first stop on his first presidential trip abroad. The Saudis continue to drop US bombs on neighboring Kuwait and this week they cut diplomatic relations with their ally Qatar. KCSB’s Harry Lawton talked to professor Sherene Keitaly of UCSB's History department to find out what lies behind the current turmoi ...…
 
New research from the United Nations finds America's freedom to protest is under attack. And, that the right to "freedom of assembly" in the public square and in the workplace were eroding even before President Donald Trump took office. Journalist Michelle Chen wrote about this in The Nation in a story titled: "America's Freedom of Protest is U ...…
 
Offshore oil Platform Holly of the Ellwood Oil Field near Goleta is starting the decommission process. KCSB's Kendra Lee spoke with Linda Krop, Chief Counsel of the Environmental Defense Center to find out more.
 
Hector Sanchez Castaneda hosts this week, bringing you the latest on what's happening with the Isla Vista Food Coop, IV Recreation & Park Department and the Community Services District.
 
The UC Santa Barbara Ethics Bowl hosted the Campus Democrats and the College Republicans in the Hub to debate whether Democratic Socialism and Laissez-Faire Capitalism. The Campus Democrats argued on behalf of Democratic Socialism, while the Republicans argued in favor Laissez-Faire Capitalism. KCSB’s Nkechi Ikem has more on the story.…
 
President Donald Trump has announced that he will start the 4 year-long process to remove the United States from the 2015 Paris Climate Accord. KCSB Reporter Amarica Rafanelli spoke with Emily Williams, a graduate student in the department of Geography at UCSB, about the Paris Climate agreement and the effects of Trump’s decision.…
 
The Catalyst, a studentt-run literary magazine, hosted a launch party for their 11th issue. KCSB's Nkechi Ikem has more on the story.
 
A 48 hour ‘Fasting 4 love” demonstration wrapped up last week. Students from the Chicano Studies 169: Religion in Social Movements class, organized the event in the Arbor at UCSB. They went without food for two days while talking with passersby on the importance of love and tolerance. UCSB Professor Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval teaches the class. ...…
 
What lessons can we learn from the indigenous-led resistance at Standing Rock to the Dakota Access Pipeline? How can we ensure the stories those in power don’t want told are heard? If those stories aren’t shared and acknowledged and acted upon, is history bound to repeat itself? How can we all be water defenders and add our logs to the campfire ...…
 
Please Release Me, Part I Can privilege inhibit the capacity to empathize? Can we entrust billionaires to make policies that serve us all—that promote equity? With voices from the April 15, 2017, Tax March and a review of social psychologist Paul Piff’s experiments on how having lots transforms our actions, this is a conversation about how the ...…
 
Please Release Me, Part I Can privilege inhibit the capacity to empathize? Can we entrust billionaires to make policies that serve us all—that promote equity? With voices from the April 15, 2017, Tax March and a review of social psychologist Paul Piff’s experiments on how having lots transforms our actions, this is a conversation about how the ...…
 
last episode Please Release Me, Part II Are they like me? On April 15, 2017, communities across the globe marched to demand the release of US president Donald Trump's taxes and protest the emergent blatancy of the "ruling wealthy's" policymaking in terms of who it does and does not favor. Across Venezuela throughout April and May 2017, demonstr ...…
 
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