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Administration has high hopes for new executive vice president

Administration has high hopes for new executive vice president

MEGAN ROBERTS-KING, Associate Editor

Dr. Paul Jarrell will be joining City College’s group of institutional leaders as the new executive vice president of educational programs, to start in June. Jarrell will be coming to City College from Pas...  Read More »

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Student senate donates $1,000 to SBCC student’s medical bills

May 6, 2016

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Over $3,500 in fines issued for misuse of handicapped placards

May 6, 2016

Todd Heldoorn explains how several highly sensitive filter monitoring systems are used to check the purity of recycled waste water on Friday, April 22, at the City of Santa Barbara El Estero Waste-Water Treatment Plant, located at 520 East Yanonali Street, in Santa Barbara. The treatment plant provides the recycled water that Santa Barbara City College uses to irrigate both the east and west campus, with the exception of the campus vegetable garden.

$30 million water treatment plant upgrade to benefit SBCC

May 6, 2016

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SBCC Film Community Club to host 4th annual film awards

SAMI SOTO, Channels Staff

City College film students will receive recognition for their efforts at the 4th Annual SBCC Film Awards taking place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, in the Fé Bland forum. The City College Film Community Club hosts the event every year. It is student-run, from organ...  Read More »

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Gary Leclare (left) and Michele Minor rehearse their scene from "Almost, Maine" on Wednesday, April 27, in the Jurkowitz Theatre at City College.

SBCC advanced acting hosts witty student-directed plays

May 5, 2016

Alex Estrada, 4, tries to communicate with student artist Christian Garcia-Olivo, while he is performing his piece titled ‘Kindred Inherit’ on Sunday, May 1, outside the Humanities Building at Santa Barbara City College. The time-based art performances were part of the City College Annual Student Exhibition and this year was named ‘Outdoor Cat.’

Time-based exhibition premieres impressive live art performances

May 2, 2016

Sean McGee (left) and Enrique Bobadille rehearse their scene from "Almost, Maine" on Wednesday, April 27, in the Jurkowitz Theatre at Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara. The play, which opens on Wednesday, May 4, has a common theme of love.

Two SBCC student-directed productions are hitting the stage

April 29, 2016

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SBCC electro-pop band breaks into local scene

SBCC electro-pop band breaks into local scene

MEGAN FITZMORRIS and NATHAN BARRETT

The band “Surprise Me!” is at a Friday night rehearsal at the recording studio, built by Joveth Jorquia, the band’s lead singer. The band is playing tonight at local State...  Read More »

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Politically savvy leader elected new student senate president

May 6, 2016

SBCC biology students dive into learning about marine wildlife

May 6, 2016

Retiring professor changed face of graphic design while at SBCC

May 2, 2016

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