Filed under Crime, News, Santa Barbara Area
10/06/10 Wednesday At 11:15 a.m., a female student went to security and reported a stalker. She said the man came up to her three weeks earlier and asked her for a date. She refused. As she turned around to leave he grabbed her b...
KYLE ROKES, News Editor
Filed under City of Santa Barbara, Local, News, Politics
Marty Blum served 8 years as Santa Barbara's mayor before running for Trustee.
She said she wants to bring her years of public service to the college so she can help change, among other things, the way Trustees vote. In her...
TRAVIS PASTORI , Staff writer
Filed under Death, News, On campus, Personal
The body of a homeless man was found Friday in Pershing Park, below East Campus by the baseball field.
He was found on the lawn between the gazebo and the bathroom at 4 p.m. Friday afternoon. His full name and age haven't been...
Filed under News, Politics, Santa Barbara Area
Lisa Macker, an accountant and local business owner, is running for the District Four seat of the Board of Trustees against Kathryn Alexander on Nov. 2. She believes the skills gained throughout her career will help. "I know h...
Aaron Thule and Aaron Thule
Filed under News, Politics, Reviews
Bill Robinson, a UCSB sociology and Latin American professor, led a debate on immigration held last Wednesday, Sept. 27. "There have been more immigrants in the past two to three years than any other time in U.S. history" said...
TRavis Pastori and TRavis Pastori
Filed under Briefs, Crime, News
Saturday 9/25/10 at 8 p.m. At 8 p.m. security officers were called to Lot 1B during a football game to deal with an intoxicated man who was causing a disturbance. Witnesses reported the man was asking for free food from the food...
Dan Nelson, Dan Nelson, and Dan Nelson
Filed under Football, News
The City College football team stunned L.A. Southwest at La Playa Stadium Saturday night in dramatic fashion by pulling off a 26-21 victory in a game that went down to the final minute. Quarterback John Uribe comp...
Filed under Administration, News, Politics
After 40 years of teaching at City College, just over a year into his retirement, Dr. Peter Haslund is running for a position on the school's Board of Trustees. Along with teaching political science, Haslund was the President o...