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KCSB Presents: Omar Souleyman & The UCSB Middle East Ensemble
Hosted by KCSB-FM 91.9 in Santa Barbara
Monday, May 15 at 6 PM – 9:30 PM Storke Plaza


Dream job: Ever fantasized about getting paid for doing social media?

Join us TONIGHT for our next Media MAYhem career talk with Oscar Flores, Digital Content Director of KEYT, KCOY and KKFX — the major network news channels for our area. Oscar will provide practical tips on how to report breaking news on social media, plus helpful insights on getting your first job in a newsroom.

Details: Getting Social with the Media
Monday, May 15
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Career Services, Room 1109
OSCAR FLORES, KEYT News, digital content director

For more info on the entire series: http://career.sa.ucsb.edu/mediamayhem


Every person has their own unique perspective on Isla Vista, register for the Second Annual Isla Vista Conference to deepen the understanding of the different views of our community and how we can make our beloved home even more loved and empowered! Do not forget to register @ ourislavista.com. The conference is Friday, May 19th and Saturday, May 20th. Here is a little video we compiled to show the different faces and places of The Beloved Community. Hope you enjoy


Isla Vista Community Relations Committee – IVCRC
Elections for IVCRC’s External and Internal Chair will happen at our next meeting on May 22nd! Our meeting will begin at 6:30 pm, but speeches and elections will not begin until 7 pm!

Only current members of IVCRC and general members that have gone to at least 3 meetings can vote for chairs! But everyone is welcome to attend.

Don’t forget to apply for positions online for IVCRC 2017-2018 by MAY 29th, 11:59 PM. Please feel free to message us if you have any questions!


Feel free to take an Associated Students AS One sticker and UCSB TV sticker in AS main!!

The Elections Board is hosting a town hall to reflect on the Spring elections, and you’re invited!

We’ll be discussing the issues we noticed during the elections, and we encourage you to bring ideas that will help future elections run more smoothly.

There will be food!

May 19 5-7pm Pardall Center


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TONIGHT: talk w/ on social media for journalists

The Campus Food Security Committee is hosting a food workshop today 5/15 2–3pm Miramar Room, Sierra Madre Apts Protein-Rich Vegetarian Meals

: of gives tips on getting paid for journalism & social media TONIGHT

Caring AS CAB – Community Affairs Board. via


AS Media Center Workshop Wednesday: “Screenwriting” with Sean Lieberman. Today 3-4pm AS Annex Bldg 434.Students, faculty, and staff welcome!

 
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Extravaganza this Sunday 5/21gates open 1pm

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Linked In: Register for the second annual Isla Vista Conference: The Beloved Community, which will take place on Friday, May 20-Saturday, May 21 in the heart of Isla Vista. Please join us for this one and a half day conference where we will work toward our collective understanding of Isla Vista and commitment to our Beloved Community. This event is free and open to everyone. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Interpretation and child care available by request. Please feel free to share. Register today at ourislavista.com.

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The Second Annual Isla Vista Conference: The Beloved Community
Learning Through Community Engagement
May 19-20, 2017

Join us for a one and a half day conference where we will work toward our collective understanding of Isla Vista and commitment to our beloved community, by bringing participants together to share our unique perspectives, celebrate the things that make Isla Vista great, and build a shared vision of the future.

The conference will cover a range of topics that matter to the Isla Vista community. It will begin with an opening art exhibit and reception on Friday and continue on Saturday with a variety of sessions that touch on one major theme: learning through community engagement. We will explore this theme through the lenses of equity, inclusion and activism.
Free and open to everyone
Free breakfast and lunch will be provided on Saturday
Friday afternoon: Reception and Art Exhibit
Saturday all day: Workshops and Activities
Interpretation and child care available upon request