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SBCC program helps troubled students with goal of prevention

MADELINE NATHAUS, Channels Contributor

December 3, 2016

Filed under Features, On campus

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-caused catastrophes. “The whole purpose of the... Read more »

Jerry Brown signs bill, breaking barriers for homeless students

KATHYVAN TRAN, Channels Staff

October 10, 2016

Filed under News, On campus

Beginning in January of next year, homeless students in California will be able to shower in community college facilities by law. On Sept. 21, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1995 into law. “Part of the problem with being homeless is just overcoming the logisti... Read more »

SBCC works to bring meditation and mindfulness to classrooms

ALYSSA DURANT, Channels Staff

September 23, 2016

Filed under Lifestyle, News, On campus

City College instructors are looking to integrate the stillness and breathing methods of meditation into their classes, and individualize student focus through workshops to increase success. A Faculty Inquiry Group focusing on meditation, mindfulness and commu... Read more »

Successful entrepreneurs share experiences with SBCC students

ALYSSA DURANT, Channels Staff

September 10, 2016

Filed under Breaking News, Business, News, On campus

Business oriented City College students asked successful entrepreneurs questions and networked on Friday afternoon at the Scheinfeld Center’s biannual Enlightened Entrepreneur Series. Twice a year a significant chief executive of... Read more »

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