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Football team tackles COVID-19, plans for spring season to come

Dylan Grausz, Staff Writer | October 19, 2020

Plans for the spring sports season at City College are in place for the near future. The football team is advancing in the meantime by being allowed to practice at La Playa Stadium. City College has plans to begin their fall sports season starting with the first set of competition on February 5, 2021. According to athletic director Rocco Constantino, this includes winter sports as well. “The...

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Automotive department gets the green light for in-person classes

Eric Evelhoch, Staff Writer | October 12, 2020

COVID-19 has moved most schooling online this fall, but with over 500 in-person lab hours required to pass certain credits, going remote was not an option for some.   For City College's top ranked Automotive Service and Technology program, it meant getting new procedures for in-person classes approved before the semester, taking part in the healthy roster survey program, and a whole lot of cleaning...

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SBCC Foundation CEO Geoff Green touches base with Student Senate
August Lawrence, Associate Editor • October 24, 2020

The Associated Student Government welcomed SBCC Foundation CEO Geoff Green during its latest meeting, where Green provided an overview on the foundation’s roles and finances...

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'Of Miracles and Men' offers rare views of Soviet era hockey team
Eric Evelhoch, Staff Writer • October 23, 2020

An established power is rarely sympathetic, but some of the most interesting stories come from their rise and fall. Such is the case in “Of Miracles and Men,” part...

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Leaving my comfort zone — It's OK to feel different in a new country
Paula Rodenas, Staff Writer • October 23, 2020

As I look up to see Bryant Street, my mind starts to wonder: I know I’m not supposed to turn right yet, but what would happen if I turned now and "got lost?" I was running...

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Ana Zepeda, right, her daughter Lia Velazquez and her infant son Luke togher as a family on Oct. 14 on West Campus at City College in Santa Barbara, Calif. Zepeda is thankful for the experiences and opportunities that the City College has provided her over the years. She is also looking forward to graduating and making a bigger impact in the community than she already has done.
Single mother overcame addiction, homelessness—wants to inspire
Paula Rodenas, Staff Writer • October 19, 2020

Facing a life of addiction, homelessness, and raising a child on her own, Ana Zepeda wants to motivate single-mothers to overcome fear and challenges by sharing her personal...

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