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  • Black Student Union to attend Howard University homecoming

    Black Student Union to attend Howard University homecoming

    JULIA LEE, Channels Staff

    October 16, 2017

    Select members of City College’s Black Student Union will be taking a trip to Howard University for its 150th homecoming on the weekend of Oct. 20. Under funds by the Equity Committee and the SBCC Foundation, eight students are going to the historically black private university in Washington D.C for a w...

    From left, Saturne Tchabong, J’Naer Bradford, and Tedenekialesh Debebe talk with a student about their club at Friendship Plaza on Sept. 6. The Black Student Union recruits currently enrolled students who are interested in Black History.

    Alejandro Gonzalez Valle

  • SBCC Ambassadors host international food fair

    SBCC Ambassadors host international food fair

    CLARA A. UTTENTHAL, Channels Staff

    October 16, 2017

    The SBCC Ambassadors took students on a culinary trip around the world at the International Food Fair on Friday, Oct. 13. With options of treats like grilled cheese sandwiches à la America, German kartoffelsalad (potato salad), Italian bruschetta, Turkish cheese balls, toast Skagen from Sweden and ...

    Students and staff line up to try cultural meals from different countries during the International Food Fair Friday, Oct. 13, at Antioch University in Santa Barbara, Calif. The event was free and had tables set up with meals from different countries including Italy, Sweden, Mexico, China, and more.

    Alejandro Gonzalez Valle

  • SBCC football player comes back from injuries to be top receiver

    SBCC football player comes back from injuries to be top receiver

    JAX MONTGOMERY, Sports Editor

    October 16, 2017

    Wide Receiver Donald Lambert was injured most of his freshman year and has now come back to be the top target in the City College passing game. Lambert currently leads the Vaqueros in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. “I feel like my knowledge of the plays is better, reading de...

    Courtesy art from David Loveton of Donald Lambert (No. 7) escaping Compton defender for 69-yard touchdown, Sept. 23, at La Playa Stadium. The Vaqueros won 48-16 against Compton College.

    David Loveton

  • Tampon dispensers proposed for popular campus restrooms

    Tampon dispensers proposed for popular campus restrooms

    MICHAEL JULIANO, Channels Staff

    October 16, 2017

    Matthew Esguerra, the Associated Student Government’s vice president of external affairs, entertained his fellow officers with an unofficial proposal to purchase $8,000 worth of feminine hygiene product dispensers in the popular women’s restrooms on campus. The logistics of the proposal are still unde...

  • SBCC men’s soccer scores late game goal to beat Oxnard

    SBCC men’s soccer scores late game goal to beat Oxnard

    DIANA AGUILAR, Channels Staff

    October 14, 2017

    The City College men’s soccer team remained undefeated in a  2-1 win against Oxnard College on Friday night at La Playa Stadium. This game was filled with a lot of shouting towards the referees from both teams and the crowd because of questionable officiating. “I think it’s mainly the refs....

    (From left) Abiodun Akintioye, Carlos Espinoza, Jessie Jimenez, Matthew Wilkinson, Charlie Kent, Mitchell Walker, Zachary Sneddon, Victor Chavez, Sonny Boyoko, Adrian Gamez, and Shane Pitcock of the City College Vaqueros Friday, Oct. 13, at La Playa Stadium during their match against Oxnard College Condors. The Vaqueros ended up winning the game 2-1 against the Condors.

    Alejandro Gonzalez Valle

Black Student Union to attend Howard University homecoming

Black Student Union to attend Howard University homecoming

JULIA LEE, Channels Staff

Select members of City College’s Black Student Union will be taking a trip to Howard University for its 150th homecoming on the weekend of Oct. 20. Under funds by the...

October 16, 2017No Comments

SBCC Ambassadors host international food fair

SBCC Ambassadors host international food fair

October 16, 2017

Students caught with bongs on campus in this week’s crime log

Students caught with bongs on campus in this week’s crime log

October 16, 2017

Tampon dispensers proposed for popular campus restrooms

Tampon dispensers proposed for popular campus restrooms

October 16, 2017

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SBCC student challenges social norms with controversial art

SBCC student challenges social norms with controversial art

TORI PIERSON, Channels Staff

29-year-old Bryan Austin Gillison’s playful yet graphic art depicting the male form and homosexuality is challenging social and political boundaries regarding sexuality and...

October 16, 2017No Comments

SBCC Theatre Group opens “One Man Two Guvnors” at Garvin

October 13, 2017

SBCC theatre department to debut “One Man Two Guvnors”

October 5, 2017

Music tutor and former SBCC teacher merge recording studios

Music tutor and former SBCC teacher merge recording studios

September 29, 2017

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SBCC student shares his views on NFL national anthem protests

JACK DAVIES, Channels Staff

On Aug. 26, 2016, Colin Kaepernick, quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, started a movement that has continued to grow a year later. Kaepernick knelt during the national ...

October 16, 2017No Comments

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SBCC’s Trustee David Panbehchi inspired by Bernie Sanders

SBCC’s Trustee David Panbehchi inspired by Bernie Sanders

DANIEL WALLACE, Channels Staff

The Associated Student Senate Room in the Campus Center is quiet and peaceful, with a long desk at its center and an office on the side where one can hear the Academic Senat...

October 16, 2017No Comments

SBCC’s construction technology dept. chair Patrick Foster retires

SBCC’s construction technology dept. chair Patrick Foster retires

October 13, 2017

From the cold Finnish Army to the sunny Santa Barbara beaches

From the cold Finnish Army to the sunny Santa Barbara beaches

October 13, 2017

SBCC international student defies odds, masters swimming

SBCC international student defies odds, masters swimming

October 12, 2017

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