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CD Review- Whitney Houston: “I Look to You”

Hannah Scott, Hannah Scott, and Hannah Scott

September 22, 2009

With her first album in seven years, 46-year-old Whitney Houston shows she hasn't lost her pipes yet in her album, "I Look to You," released Sept. 1. Although her tone may seem a bit lower than back in the '90s, Houston's g...

The future postponed

Channels Staff, Channels Staff, and Channels Staff

September 22, 2009

Once upon a time, City College was on the forefront of media revolution. Now this future has been flushed away. This month's decision by the college's Board of Trustees to "indefinitely postpone" construction of the School...

Striking sculpture donated to SBCC

Zac Estrada

September 15, 2009

It might be hard for those passing by the Bookstore to ignore the bright red assembly of triangles and cylinders standing 10 feet tall. This collection of geometric shapes is a new sculpture donated by the family of the late...

CD Review- Humbug

Sofia Gjerstad

September 14, 2009

British alternative rock band Arctic Monkeys has reached international success with the albums "Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not" and "Favourite Worst Nightmare." The third album, "Humbug," was released in the U.S. o...

SoMA Radio offers free application to stream radio from the College’s station

Zac Estrada

September 14, 2009

The commercials are everywhere. An iPhone and a set of thumbs appear and a voice tells viewers that there's an application for making labels or finding an apartment or buying textbooks. And now the voices of City College c...

CD Review- ODD

Travis Pastori

September 14, 2009

Everything Keller Williams touches turns to music. There isn't a physical object on earth that he can't make a song out of, and his recent album "ODD" is just more evidence that there isn't anything he can't do as a musician. ...

CD Review- Only Built for Cuban Linx II

Gabriel Cabello

September 14, 2009

Raekwon, or "The Chef" as fellow Wu-Tang members call him, cooked up an album fans will surely relish. Although hip-hop ears are largely focused on Jay-Z's new release, Raekwon's long-awaited sequel to his '90s classic is evidence he...

BRIEF – Theater department mourns loss

Sofia Gjerstad

September 8, 2009

City College student Jacquilynne Kristina-Rose Dunn died in a tragic accident on Thursday, Aug. 27. She was 20. As a freshman majoring in theater and arts/music, her family said her ambition in life was to use her creative...

Sculptor to start fall art lecture series

Zac Estrada

September 8, 2009

Award-winning artist and sculptor Michael Murphy will kick off the fall lecture series for the art department today. The Ohio-native and assistant professor at Georgia College and State University is making a stop at City College...

Filming post-genocidal Rwanda

Amanda Jacobs

September 8, 2009

Through film cameras, City College students brought everyday Rwandan struggles into the spotlight while visiting the country from June to July this summer. After a year and a half of planning, assistant multimedia arts and...

Column- Seasonal tourists are a necessary inconvenience

Will Mullen

September 8, 2009

The volleyball courts are all taken, the sidewalks and bike paths are under constant assault by Segways and four-wheeled surreys and good luck finding parking near the beach. But what you may not realize is that tourists change...

Renovation Revisited

Rosa Lima

September 7, 2009

The ongoing renovation of the Garvin Theater has moved performances to various venues, but this has not stopped the determined City College performers. Construction of the Garvin Theatre has forced performances to move off...

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