The AS Ticket Office will be open every Wednesday from 11am – 1pm for OSL Deposits ONLY. If you need to deposit money for your organization this is the time to do so. Thank you.


AS Program Board Presents… In Conversation With Saweetie on Friday July 17th, 2020 at 7 PM PST.

Join AS Program Board this Friday night for a Zoom Q&A session with the ultimate ICY GRL, Saweetie!

San Francisco Bay Area born rapper Diamonté Harper, better known as Saweetie, has quickly risen to the top of the music scene. With her 2017 debut single, “ICY GRL” going RIAA platinum and the music video currently sitting at over 100 million views, it’s safe to say that Saweetie is not the one to be slept on.

Garnering praise from Vibe Magazine, XXL Mag, and MTV UK as a 2018 artist to watch, the rapper, songwriter, actress, and designer started her career turning heads left and right. But, the USC grad was just heating up with “ICY GRL”. Her 2019 single “My Type” also went double platinum, and the video skyrocketed to 88 million views in less than a year.

A woman of many talents, Saweetie has collaborated with heavy hitters in the music industry such as Kehlani, City Girls, Jhené Aiko, Rich the Kid and G-Eazy, as well as fashion and beauty giants like Morphe and PrettyLittleThing. With the video for her latest single “Tap In” racking up a quarter of a million views in less than 24 hours, it’s clear this “ICY GRL” shows no signs of cooling down.

MORE FROM SAWEETIE:
Twitter: https://bit.ly/SaweetieTwitter
Instagram: https://bit.ly/SaweetieInsta
Facebook: https://bit.ly/SaweetieFB
Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/SaweetieSoundcloud
Spotify: https://bit.ly/SaweetieSpotify
Youtube: https://bit.ly/SaweetieYT
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Associated Students Program Board is a student-operated non-profit organization funded by lock-in fees that coordinates fun and educational events for the UC Santa Barbara community. Appointed student board members gain hands-on experience in planning, booking, advertising, and running various events ranging from intimate open mics to 12,000 capacity festivals. Some of our more well-known events include Free Tuesday Films, Storke Shows, Delirium, The Warm Up and Extravaganza.


UCSB Zero Waste Committee

Hey everyone and happy summer! Have you heard about plastic free July? It’s a global movement that helps people learn about and participate in solutions to plastic pollution. In the world of the pandemic things have gotten pretty complicated, so for the rest of the month we’re gonna drop some of our favorite tips and tricks for staying sustainable during COVID. We all know how important it is to wash our hands and stay clean not only for our own health but for the health of others. Reducing our plastic waste for the health of our planet is important too! Instead of using soaps that come in disposable plastic bottles, make the switch to bar soaps, shampoos and conditioners!


A.S. has a new Instagram filter! Turn your face into Mapache by tapping the face icon on @asucsb’s profile https://www.instagram.com/asucsb, tap the filter you want to use, and then tap “Try it”. Mapache winks and smiles with you, and you can choose your favorite UCSB background too. Thank you Oscar Aquino and Priscilla Siow for creating this one, and check out the our other filter by Theresa Phan too!

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Want to get involved in tenant advocacy? Join IVTU!

We are currently accepting applications for Legal Director! Apply by July 24th at midnight. Apply and find out more at ivtu.as.ucsb.edu/get-involved/


The Workshop Wednesdays series is back online! We start with WordPress with JudyAnn Dutcher, July 22, 3 to 4 p.m. Link: https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/93752479175/. Students, staff, and faculty welcome. Questions? Email: media.center@as.ucsb.edu. Also, check out the new Learning Center tab on the Media Center website, for an ever expanding list of online media skills building resources: https://mediacenter.as.ucsb.edu.


AS Program Board Presents… An Evening with Monte Booker, a production workshop & interview, on Thursday July 23rd, 2020 at 7 PM (PST).

Join AS Program Board this Thursday night for a LIVE beat production session and Q&A with the beat king himself, Monte Booker!

Chicago-based producer Monte Booker is certainly one to watch. The 24 year old, best known for his TikTok smash hit, “Kolors”, began making music in 2012 after hearing Kendrick Lamar’s “The Recope”, and thanks to digital music sharing platforms like SoundCloud, Booker was able to grow a loyal following. Known for his creative beats, Booker has become a force in the industry and has collaborated with artists like Smino, Ravyn Lenae, and Masego.

Aside from solo projects, Booker is also part of the music collective, Zero Fatigue, founded by Smino and featuring Bari, Jay2, Ravyn Lenae and Nosidam. Join us this Thursday night to get inside of the brain of one of the most uniquely talented people in the industry!

MORE FROM MONTE BOOKER:
Twitter: https://bit.ly/MonteTwit
Instagram: https://bit.ly/MonteInsta
Facebook: https://bit.ly/MonteFB
Soundcloud: https://bit.ly/MonteSound
Spotify: https://bit.ly/MonteSpotify
Youtube: https://bit.ly/MonteYouTuve
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Associated Students Program Board is a student-operated non-profit organization funded by lock-in fees that coordinates fun and educational events for the UC Santa Barbara community. Appointed student board members gain hands-on experience in planning, booking, advertising, and running various events ranging from intimate open mics to 12,000 capacity festivals. Some of our more well-known events include Free Tuesday Films, Storke Shows, Delirium, The Warm Up and Extravaganza.


Next up in the A.S. Media Center Workshop Wednesday series. Photoshop Collages with Chelsea Lyon-Hayden, July 29th. Zoom link: https://ucsb.zoom.us/j/96794565806. Learn how to make digital collages in Photoshop using layers, selections, masks, and blending modes. Students, staff, and faculty welcome. Spread the word! See attached flyer. More info at: https://mediacenter.as.ucsb.edu.


@ucsbasfoodbank is here for the #UCSB community! Stop by every Wednesday and Friday from 10AM- 2PM for produce, bread, pasta and other items (trail mix, baking goods, mac n cheese, tuna, canned items, etc) They even have masks!!!


Sticker Pack July Update! New animated stickers available now on iOS store! https://apps.apple.com/app/id1443674037

As always, feedback is welcome at: https://www.as.ucsb.edu/sticker-packs/


Apply for IVTU’s Emergency Fund.
The Emergency Fund can assist students seeking financial relief within the following categories: moving, storage, and temporary housing. At this time, IVTU can provide each student with up to $300 in funding.

The deadline for this application September 1st, 2020.
IVTU is unable to provide financial relief for rent-related reasons at this time, including rent payments, deposits, or utility payments. If you are experiencing financial hardship within one of the categories above, we encourage you to apply for assistance from the UCSB Financial Crisis Response Team. We also suggest that you make an online appointment with an IVTU caseworker to discuss your options regarding your lease and individual circumstances. https://ivtu.as.ucsb.edu/


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If you wanna give KCSB a call while your favorite local DJs are working remotely, feel free to hit our new line at (805) 252-3091! Your message can even be played on the air if you want. Let us know at the beep ~~~
 

 
UCSB A.S. SIRRC @UCSBSIRRC
 
Hello everyone! We are currently looking for new members to join our Executive Board for 2020-2021! As we continue to renovate our organization, we are interested in finding members who are creative, supportive, and passionate about community building!
 

Here’s the link, which will also be in our bio! Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns! Applications are due August 7th!


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SUMMER SESSION A PROGRAM GUIDE IS UP

 

check out our amazing lineup of original programming, incl. the return of some beloved KCSB alumni