25th Annual Public Speaking Showcase comes to City College

LEX JOERGENSEN, Channels Staff

Controversy has always surrounded the subject of beauty. Five City College student public speaking finalists will challenge each other with opposing arguments on the topic. The...  Read More »

April 21, 2014 • 0 comments

Are you prepared? Exploring SBCC emergency protocols

April 21, 2014

Patricia English, vice president of human resources, holds her Outstanding Administrator of the Year award for 2014 on East Campus, Friday April 18 in Santa Barbara, Calif. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, playing tennis and being a mother to four boys.

Personnel chief gets top marks (and $1,000) from SBCC peers

April 21, 2014

Transportation Alternatives Group debates new strategies

April 18, 2014

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‘Ground’ breaks ground on issues of illegal immigration

‘Ground’ breaks ground on issues of illegal immigration

OONA O'TOOLE, Arts and Entertainment Editor

Near the Mexican border of New Mexico, six people are dealing with the challenges of illegal immigration. The show “...  Read More »

April 23, 2014 • 0 comments

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Santa Barbara’s newest Poet Laureate, and former City College student (2003-2005), Chryss Yost enjoys an apple and reads a few of her poems from her book entitled "Mouth & Fruit" on Sunday, April 20. Yost became the Poet Laureate of Santa Barbara in April of 2013, and will keep that title until 2015.

SBCC alumna, Poet Laureate publishes ‘Mouth & Fruit’

April 21, 2014

Juried student art show accepts everything from 4-D to fine art

April 21, 2014

Dancers, Natalie Almond, Emma Burgis, Carisa Carroll, Kaycee Jannino, Gillian Micale, Jayde Pickles and Cheyne West, perform Metamorphosis, to the song ‘Metamorphosis II’ by Philip Glass during a dress rehearsal for the dance show ‘Collective,’ on Thursday, April 17. The routine is choreographed by Tracey Kofford, a City College dance instructor.

‘Collective’ floods the stage with creative choreography

April 19, 2014

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FuelBox co-founders charge cell phones, provide internships

FuelBox co-founders charge cell phones, provide internships

DAVID C. RIDINGS, Channels Staff

Cell phones die, and when people are deprived of technology they desperately search for a vacant outlet —now there’s a solution. FuelBox’s self-titled product provides...  Read More »

April 18, 2014 • 0 comments

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Study abroad opportunities to Prague, Berlin and Amsterdam

April 18, 2014

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Award-winning Chinese brush painting artist inspires students

April 11, 2014

Alex Beauchamp, co-founder, of Tammy’s Club, delivers a box of tampons to one of their customers, Carly Carroll, in Santa Barbara. Tammy’s Club is a tampon service where customers enroll in a monthly subscription that is personalize to women’s individual preference.

SBCC entrepreneurs create tampon delivery business

April 11, 2014

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Dear MTD, please stop leaving our students behind

Dear MTD, please stop leaving our students behind

The Channels Editorial Board

The Metropolitan Transit District has announced its plans to handle complaints of overcrowding, tardiness and cost, but the results are...  Read More »

April 18, 2014 • 1 comment

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