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From left, Phi Theta Kappa All-California Award winners Nicole Pena, Carie Nicole and Olivia Reed. Photos courtesy of Pena, Nicola and Reed respectively.
4 City College students receive Phi Theta Kappa All-California award
Sunny Silverstein, Staff Writer • May 6, 2022

City College students Carie Millard, Nicole Pena, Olivia Reed, and John Fletcher were recently awarded the 2022 Phi Theta Kappa All-California award. 114 recipients were named...

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From left, Photo Editor August Lawrence, Sports Editor Eric Evelhoch, Editor-in-Chief Rodrigo Hernandez and Features Editor Bianca Ascencio on Wednesday, April 27 at the Winslow-Maxwell Overlook at City College in Santa Barbara, Calif. The Channels Editorial Board moves forward while looking back at the spring semester, with Ascencio returning as editor-in-chief for fall 2022.
The Channels editors reminisce about the spring 2022 semester
August Lawrence, Associate Editor • May 6, 2022

Another semester has come and gone, part online and part in person, and for many editors this will be their last term. Every semester offers new challenges and opportunities...

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Clockwise from top left, Editor-in-Chief Rodrigo Hernandez and Sofia Alvarado at the Pasadena Daydream Festival, The Raconteurs at The Commodore Ballroom by Kris Krug, Features Editor Bianca Ascencio and her family at the Hella Mega Tour in Dodger Stadium and Metallica at The Forum by jondoeforty1.
Editor's List: The most memorable concerts from our favorite bands
Bianca Ascencio, Associate Editor • May 2, 2022

The relatability and comfort music provides ties us all together. This is no more evident than when attending a concert or festival. Crowds of people gather to listen to their...

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Rebound: Beach volleyball splits series against Ventura at regionals
Rebound: Beach volleyball splits series against Ventura at regionals
Robert J. Gormish, Staff Writer • May 6, 2022

The “Vaqueros Rebound” keeps the City College community up to date with short recaps of all Vaqueros spring 2022 athletics action, published every Monday and Friday. Missed...

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Adrien Paynel shows off a broken arm he got from skating on May 5 in Santa Barbara, Calif. Paynels scratched helmet saved him during a fall a little over a month ago.
SBCC student carves a gnarly career out of downhill skating
Sunny Silverstein, Staff Writer • May 6, 2022

A group of downhill skaters burst down Gibraltar Road with an incredible view of the sunset as wind pierces through their hair at speeds of 80 miles per hour, causing any...

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