Isla Vista community comes together for week of mourning

Isla Vista community comes together for week of mourning

DAVID C. RIDINGS, Channels Staff

Paddle Out Memorial When people arrived, at UCSB Lagoon, Isla Vista, some of them didn’t expect to enter the water. But the overwhelming support of their...  Read More »

June 1, 2014 • 0 comments

Isla Vista safety solutions to be presented to UCSB Chancellor

May 30, 2014

A woman writes with chalk on the Art Wall of Remembrance at 6550 Pardall Street, Isla Vista, on May 27.

Community remembers victims of Elliot Rodger’s rampage

May 28, 2014

Flowers rest in bullet holes from Elliot Rodger's rampage at IV Deli Mart on Saturday, May 24, on Pardall Road in Isla Vista, Calif. UCSB student, Christopher Martinez, 20, was shot by Rodger in front of the market Friday night. Since then, Isla Vista residents have created memorials at various crime scenes.

Last three victims of Isla Vista massacre identified

May 25, 2014

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Jazz director mentors students, colleagues and Katy Perry

Jazz director mentors students, colleagues and Katy Perry

DANIELA JETTE, Channels Staff

A City College instructor, professional musician and stage actor, knows the perfect formula to creating award-winning jazz bands, choirs and even future stars. Isaac “Ike”...  Read More »

May 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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Student actors and directors will showcase their skills in one-act

May 12, 2014

Sasha Colbert, 22, inspects an original silk screen design for damage on Wednesday, May 7, outside of the screen printing lab of the Humanities Building at City College in Santa Barbara, Calif. Colbert won three awards, including the President's Purchase Award, at the Annual Student Exhibition in the Atkinson Gallery for her etching entitled, "Staying Late."

Student’s nature print chosen to hang in President’s office

May 9, 2014

Summer Rolls served at the Empty Bowl Gourmet Noodle Bar, on Sunday, May 4, at the Santa Barbara Public Market. These rolls are encased in rice paper, filled with pan seared shrimp, cucumber, carrots, red cabbage, fresh mango, mint leaves, black sesame seeds, and fried onions, served with tamarind- peanut sauce.

European-style food bazaar comes to Santa Barbara

May 5, 2014

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Faculty lecturer represents School of Modern Languages

Faculty lecturer represents School of Modern Languages

BROOKE HOLLAND, Features Editor

When a Honduras native landed in New York she watched movies with subtitles to learn English–now she teaches her first...  Read More »

May 12, 2014 • 0 comments

SBCC says farewell to four faculty, 120 years of experience

May 12, 2014

City College students with their patent-pending product, Re-Leash, (from left) Sara Skaugrud, Doni Nahmias, and Paige Grandstaff. Students show their product to the judges at the Scheinfeld Center 4th Annual New Venture Challenge in the Fé Bland Forum on Friday, May 2. The judges panel (from right) is comprised of Lynda Weinman from, Christopher Morales of Montecito Bank & Trust, and Serial Entrepreneur Kathy Odell.

Students create retractable surfboard leash, win $5,000

May 4, 2014

SBCC students showcase self-made jewelry, sell locally

May 2, 2014

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