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SBCC Student Senate not satisfied with “parking solution”

ÀLVARO VARGAS

February 13, 2011

Filed under Administration, News

The first two weeks of the semester have ended, but The Associated Student Senate is still discontent in regards of the "parking solution" made by the school without their consent. "Our priority is to guarantee that this doesn't happen again and that the school won't violate the stude...

Sophmores lead playoff push for softball team

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, Sports

Consistency is something last season's softball team lacked and consistency is what they're striving towards with a brand new field and seven sophomore players. Head coach Paula Congleton hopes to thrive in a conference that...

UCSB raises GPA standards for SBCC transfer applicants

Morgan Cullen, Morgan Cullen, and Morgan Cullen

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, State

Students looking to transfer to UCSB no longer put the C's in success and those attending UCSB this fall are the first to abide by the new transfer increase, from a 3.0 to a 3.2 GPA. The fall of 2010 is not a time that UCSB is...

Baseball team compete behind new coach

Ryan Martin and Ryan Martin

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, Sports

The City College baseball team will rely upon pitching and defense to win games this season after a record setting year in terms of home runs and batting averages. Opening day starter Colby Morse leads a strong pitching staff whi...

SBCC Trustees vote for higher tuition next year

Kyle Rokes, News Editor

February 9, 2011

Filed under Briefs, Finance, News

  One of the actions taken by the Board of Trustees last Thursday was the approval of a tuition increase for non-resident students effective in the Fall. Leslie Griffin, the school's controller, signed off on a new $190 ...

Veteran SBCC Trustees test ‘spirit of cooperation’

Kyle Rokes, News Editor

February 9, 2011

Filed under Administration, News, Politics

  As returning students begin to hit the books in the next few weeks, the Board of Trustees looks to be doing much of the same. Most of last week's meeting, the second since four new members took office, saw most agenda ...

Gmail now available to SBCC pipeline users

Johan Hammerby, Managing Editor

February 9, 2011

Filed under Administration, News, Science & Technology

  City College is planning to offer Gmail as an option instead of its pipeline service this coming summer session, but not everyone sees the change as necessary. "It's better in every way than what we currently have," sai...

Student screenwriter wins festival’s 10-10-10 competition

Padma Nolt , Arts and Entertainment Editor, Padma Nolt , Arts and Entertainment Editor, and Padma Nolt , Arts and Entertainment Editor

February 8, 2011

Filed under Features, Movies, News

  A deaf violinist, a vengeful priest and a long-lost lover are three intriguing characters brought to life through the combined effort and talent of student screenwriters and filmmakers during the annual 10-10-10 competi...

City College rejects $5 million claim

Kyle Rokes, News Editor

February 7, 2011

Filed under Administration, Investigative, News

  The Board of Trustees has announced the college will not be paying more than $5 million in claims made by a student who alleges he suffered injuries during a soccer class last summer. On July 7 of last year, Johann Sal...

A change of guard at SBCC student senate

Johan Hammerby , Managing Editor and Johan Hammerby , Managing Editor

February 7, 2011

Filed under Administration, Briefs, News

  The first Student Senate meeting of the semester brought both a new and an old President, as well as a performance by the school's newly founded Glee Club. Atty Garfinkel, who ended office on maternity leave, was there...

Dog’s owner barks at SBCC security

Travis Pastori, Staff Writer and Travis Pastori, Staff Writer

February 7, 2011

Filed under Briefs, Crime, News

  Jan. 25          Last Tuesday at 11:09 a.m., a female student reported suspicious behavior on the second-floor of the Luria Library. She said that she had been studying when a girl sitting nearby...

World premiere at 26th annual Santa Barbara Film Festival

Briitta Suopanki

February 1, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features, News

On Saturday Feb. 5, City College film production majors Andrej Landin and Alex Kilauano's short films will premiere during the 26th edition of the prestigious Santa Barbara International Film Festival.  "It's a great honor and ...

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