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Kidney warrior lives by phrase “awareness creates change”

Ashley Somics, Channels Staff

February 10

Filed under Columns, Health, Opinion

With the bar at full capacity; all eyes were on me as I belted out Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar on Me.” I live for karaoke, but this time I was hosting a kidney health awareness fundraiser I coordinated called “Karaoke...

Keep protests peaceful; don’t weaponize First Amendment

Madeline K. Nathaus, Channels Staff

February 10

Filed under Columns, National, Opinion, Politics, Protest

The First Amendment was included in the Constitution by the founding fathers to guarantee citizens of the United States freedom of the press, religion, assembly and petition. It is this amendment that separates America from more th...

International student concerned for City College after tuition rise

TOVA KIBAL, Channels Staff

February 10

Filed under Opinion

City College raised its non-residential student tuition fee yet again after increasing over the 2015-2016 school year. I believe this was a step in the wrong direction considering City College's recent enrollment drop and the...

Student’s move to California marks life-changing decision

Jack Davies, Channels Staff

February 10

Filed under Columns, Opinion, Personal

Over the summer, I had to make the toughest decision of my life. When my parents told me that our family was going to move all the way across the country, I was enthusiastic for a change. Seven years later, I felt far overdue...

Letters to the Editor: Clarification on Amendment A


February 7

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

To the Editors of The Channels, The ASG believes the following are misrepresentations of the facts at hand discussed in your editorial piece regarding ASG Constitutional Amendment A: -“The Associated Student Government w...

President Trump’s muslim ban is unsettling to SBCC student


February 6

Filed under Columns, Muslim, National, Opinion, Politics, Protest, Security, Travel

Less than two weeks after the presidential inauguration, President Trump approved an executive order indefinitely barring Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. and temporarily prohibiting entrance to citizens from seven predominantly...

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