Removal of portable buildings begins, continues through 2020

Removal of portable buildings begins, continues through 2020

GIULIA DE PAOLI, Channels Staff

The removal of City College’s East Campus Classrooms began its initial phases over spring break with...  Read More »

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Planning Council approves two summer sessions for 2015

April 14, 2014

Brad Hardison, director of financial aid at Santa Barbara (Calif.) City College wears his $ALT shirt on April 3. $ALT is a financial aid coaching website that teaches eligable students for free how to manage their money for school and life.

City College becomes part of national financial aid comittee

April 11, 2014

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Woman walks in on lewd conduct in La Playa bathroom

April 11, 2014

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‘Legends of Jazz’ welcomes Grammy nominated musician

‘Legends of Jazz’ welcomes Grammy nominated musician

VERONICA FEYLING , Channels Staff

The City College Jazz bands lit up the stage last night with the help of a young jazz legend to present the “Legends of Jazz” concert at the Garvin Theatre. The concert...  Read More »

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A woman with a gun stares at a man with a hat who stares back with a confused look on his face.

‘Ground’ to explore opposing views on illegal immigration

April 14, 2014

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Cheesy poem earns some serious cheddar at poetry contest

April 14, 2014

Nude Model, Chaye Tione Alexander, poses for figure drawing on April 9, at the Schott Center, in Santa Barbara. Alexander poses on a regular basis for a variety of art mediums and City College classes.

Artist model uses his nude body to create shadows and light

April 11, 2014

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Award-winning Chinese brush painting artist inspires students

Award-winning Chinese brush painting artist inspires students

BROOKE HOLLAND, Features Editor

Surrounded by the sweet-smelling fragrance of lemon and orange trees, light pink and yellow orchids fill a local Santa Barbara artist’s garden. ...  Read More »

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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

Members of City College's Beyond Selfies club, Marcus Tomlinson, (from left) Jocelyn Stradiotto, Devin Mayhew, Christine Bagwell and Sydney Campbell take a photo of themselves on Monday, April 7, in the Lifescape Garden on East Campus of City College in Santa Barbara. The club was formed in February 2014 and organizes fundraising methods for ambitious students.

City College club encourages students to look beyond selfies

April 11, 2014

City College student Lauren Peiker, 22, cake was inspired by popular Mexican novelist Laura Esquivel’s book ‘Como agua para chocolate.’ The book’s title means ‘Like Water for Chocolate.’ Peiker’s cake won as The Best Cake in the Show at the fifth annual Edible Book Festival.

The Luria Library hosts fifth annual Edible Book Festival

April 4, 2014

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Isla vista is our home, not your playground

Isla vista is our home, not your playground

The Channels Editorial Board

Temporary stop signs were erected Sunday to replace those ripped from the ground by rioters late Saturday night, when approximately 25,000 people descended on ...  Read More »

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