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  • New VP of Human Resources shares triumphal life story

    New VP of Human Resources shares triumphal life story

    TOVA KIBAL, Features Editor

    November 17, 2017

    Monalisa Hasson is the new vice president of Human Resources. The Santa Barbara native often reflects on the journey that took her from being a college dropout and newly married 19 year old to having one of the top five positions at this prestigious two-year college. “I always think, ‘Gosh, how did this hap...

    Monalisa Hasson, the new Human Resources vice president, Monday, Nov. 13, at the Winslow-Maxwell Overlook. Hasson is replacing Patricia English, who retired at the end of June.

    Gerardo Zavala

  • Shane Pitcock discusses being goalie of SBCC men’s soccer team

    Shane Pitcock discusses being goalie of SBCC men’s soccer team

    JAX MONTGOMERY, Sports Editor

    November 17, 2017

    Shane Pitcock never thought he would step between the crossbars as a goalie again after high school as he had lost his passion for the sport he’s loved since the age of eight. Now, two years later,  he has gained back that passion and is the leader of an undefeated City College men’s soccer team. “I took a ye...

    City College sophomore goalie Shane Pitcock Thursday morning, Nov. 16, at La Playa Stadium. Pitcock has 63 saves this season and has led the Vaqueros through seven shutouts.

    Gerardo Zavala

  • LGBTQ rally in De La Guerra Plaza defends former SBCC student

    LGBTQ rally in De La Guerra Plaza defends former SBCC student

    JULIA LEE, Channels Staff

    November 17, 2017

    Pacific Pride Foundation held “A Community Response Against Hate” rally on Nov. 16, in De La Guerra Plaza to address a hate crime and stand in solidarity. The rally was planned after Ethan Bertrand, an openly gay former Associated Student Government officer and current board president of t...

    People gather to support “A Community Response Against Hate Rally” Thursday night, Nov. 16, downtown at De La Guerra Plaza. The rally was set up by the Pacific Pride Foundation after Ethan Bertrand, the board president of the Isla Vista Community Service District, was verbally assaulted by James Gelb, a local property owner.

    Julia Lee

  • SBCC’s John Jensen chooses UC Irvine to continue baseball career

    SBCC’s John Jensen chooses UC Irvine to continue baseball career

    JAX MONTGOMERY, Sports Editor

    November 13, 2017

    City College baseball star John Jensen signed a National Letter-of-Intent to continue his baseball career at the University of California Irvine. Jensen had two other offers he was considering from UCSB and Cal State Northridge. He chose Irvine because the school showed the most overall interest ...

    Courtesy art from Dave Loveton of John Jensen with his family during National Signing Day on Wednesday, Nov. 8, in the Sports Pavilion. Jensen signed a Letter-of-Intent to continue his baseball career at University of California Irvine.

SBCC Astronomy Club hosts lecture on big-bang theory

GILLIAN BALDWIN, Associate Editor

November 18, 2017No Comments

It is only in the last century or so that mankind has been able to look up at the sky and hold fairly concrete answers about the universe. At the free astronomy club-...

Former SBCC math student discusses transferring to UCSB

November 18, 2017

LGBTQ rally in De La Guerra Plaza defends former SBCC student

LGBTQ rally in De La Guerra Plaza defends former SBCC student

November 17, 2017

CBS Journalist Noor Tagouri speaks at SBCC Garvin Theater

November 16, 2017

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Chicano Secret Service performs satire at SBCC atop adobe bricks

TORI PIERSON, Channels Staff

November 18, 2017No Comments

Chicano Studies Professor Tomas Carrasco, Susan Carrasco, and Elias Serna performed as their comedy group “Chicano Secret Service” on top of an adobe brick stage Nov. 17...

Acting scholarship recipients perform monologues at SBCC

November 16, 2017

SBCC theatre students showcase talent in “It’s a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play”

November 10, 2017

SBCC to debut “It’s a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play”

SBCC to debut “It’s a Wonderful Life, a Live Radio Play”

November 3, 2017

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SBCC documentary screening displays beauty of Gaviota Coast

DANIEL WALLACE, Channels Staff

November 17, 2017No Comments

On Thursday night, City College screened the film “Gaviota: End of Southern California,” which gave its viewers a compelling tour of one of the most biologically divers...

  • Guest Column: What Cathy Murillo’s election should teach us November 16, 2017
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New VP of Human Resources shares triumphal life story

New VP of Human Resources shares triumphal life story

TOVA KIBAL, Features Editor

November 17, 2017No Comments

Monalisa Hasson is the new vice president of Human Resources. The Santa Barbara native often reflects on the journey that took her from being a college dropout and newly mar...

SBCC’s Study Abroad students to visit Berlin Wall and BMW factory

SBCC’s Study Abroad students to visit Berlin Wall and BMW factory

November 17, 2017

SBCC’s Adam Green discusses combating climate change

November 13, 2017

SBCC Kinship and Foster Program holds clothing exchange

SBCC Kinship and Foster Program holds clothing exchange

November 7, 2017

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