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President finalist from ‘under-served’ and ‘depressed’ area holds forum, saying he believes stability in personal life is important

Gabriella Slabiak, News Editor

April 20, 2012

The current leader of a college with student demographics widely unlike City College’s, promises that nobody will work harder than him if appointed as president. Dr. Willard Lewallen of West Hills College in Coalinga, Calif., was first out of three finalists to introduce him at a forum running 9 a.m. to 12:30 p....

Incident report: Campus vandalized over weekend

Cody Brumbaugh, Opinion Editor

April 16, 2012

April 6, 8:30 a.m. A male student in a foreign language class was being confrontational with the instructor after he was dropped from the class for numerous absences. The student yelled at the instructor over her teaching met...

Channel Keepers picking up slack on testing.

Channel Keepers picking up slack on testing.

Matt Darnell, Staff Writer

February 29, 2012

Get rid of plastic bags, Santa Barbara

Get rid of plastic bags, Santa Barbara

Jennifer Rufer, Features Editor

February 14, 2012

Tough loss ends City College football season

Michael Galsterer

November 9, 2010

The City College football team's season came to an end Saturday night at La Playa Stadium, but not before two dramatic penalties extended the game.  The Vaqueros eventually lost to West L.A. 27-21, though it initially appeared th...

Incident report: Bacon brawl, skater slammed, parking ticket beef

Cody Bashore, Associate editor and Cody Bashore, Associate editor

November 9, 2010

Oct. 26 At 1:15 p.m., security was called to the cafeteria on a report of battery. A marine technology student was eating his breakfast when another student stole a piece of bacon off his plate and took a bite. After he...

Measure T falls; Pot shops to stay

Dylan Jamison, Channels Contributer and Dylan Jamison, Channels Contributer

November 4, 2010

 Measure T, which would close all current medical marijuana dispensaries and ban the opening of them in the future in Santa Barbara's city limits, was rejected resoundingly by voters Tuesday night. The measure would have de...

SBCC incident report – yet another stalker

Travis Pastori

October 18, 2010

10/06/10 Wednesday At 11:15 a.m., a female student went to security and reported a stalker. She said the man came up to her three weeks earlier and asked her for a date. She refused. As she turned around to leave he grabbed her b...

Candidate profile: Sally Green

Johan Hammerby

October 6, 2010

After her first term on the Board of Trustees, Sally Green is proud of how the board has handled the tight finances as well as the good influence the faculty has on the students. Of the work done by the board during the past t...

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