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Students ask SBCC to go beyond state’s call for shower access bill

Students ask SBCC to go beyond state’s call for shower access bill

MEGAN VELZY-LENINGTON, Channels Staff

The Associated Student Government fine-tuned its recommendations for free shower access to all homeless students, as it prepares to present its ideas to the Board of Trust...  Read More »

Dec 2 • No Comments

Council suggests new marketing hire to increase SBCC enrollment

Council suggests new marketing hire to increase SBCC enrollment

November 30, 2016

SBCC Foundation buys $5.3 million building for cosmetology

SBCC Foundation buys $5.3 million building for cosmetology

November 29, 2016

Student Senate pitches idea to build on-campus housing

Student Senate pitches idea to build on-campus housing

November 21, 2016

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SBCC student exhibit showcases artistic mastery and talent

SBCC student exhibit showcases artistic mastery and talent

JON VREELAND, Channels Staff

As the fall semester comes to an end, 15 extremely gifted City College students have been chosen to display their visual art in the Environmental Horticulture greenhouse on East...  Read More »

Nov 30 • No Comments

Students bring one-acts by David Ives to SBCC for enjoyable night

Students bring one-acts by David Ives to SBCC for enjoyable night

November 11, 2016

SBCC poem reading reflects on the environment and art exhibit

November 8, 2016

SBCC student recital filled with songs of love and heartbreak

SBCC student recital filled with songs of love and heartbreak

November 5, 2016

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Voices: ‘If you could invent anything, what would it be, and why?’

Voices: ‘If you could invent anything, what would it be, and why?’

SEBASTIAN HERICS and RUTH ZAMORA

Nov 28 • No Comments

  • Voices: ‘Do you think the presidential campaign advanced or set back the cause of feminism?’ November 21, 2016
  • Voices: ‘What fictional world would you live in?’ November 14, 2016
  • Voices: ‘Who are you voting for and why?’ October 24, 2016

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SBCC program helps troubled students with goal of prevention

MADELINE NATHAUS, Channels Contributor

The Behavior Intervention Team, or BIT for short, provides help for troubled City College students with financial, health and academic issues and attempts to prevent student...  Read More »

Dec 3 • No Comments

Devoted professor retires after 26 years of department service

Devoted professor retires after 26 years of department service

December 2, 2016

New healthy aging program to aid students to working world

December 2, 2016

Dog squad comes to SBCC, cuddling the stress away

Dog squad comes to SBCC, cuddling the stress away

November 30, 2016

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