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How old is too old for training wheels?

How old is too old for training wheels?

Caitlin Kelley, Arts Editor

April 25, 2012

Student sustainable bench makes progress

Jennifer Rufer, Features Editor

February 8, 2012

Environmental studies students combined efforts to creatively demonstrate how to re-purpose waste. The 260-pound Cob Bottle Brick Bench is preventing roughly 11,400 pieces of trash from ending up in a landfill. The bench...

Club’s ‘Black and Green Ball’ funds to help local homeless shelter

Jayne Bittner and Jayne Bittner

April 30, 2010

In an attempt to educate the local community and raise funds for Santa Barbara's Transition House, a City College student organization will be hosting a benefit ball in May with the nonprofit homeless shelter. Club G.R.I.D., which stands for Growing Resources International and Domesti...

Pangaea Fest celebrates youth activism with music, club booths, global attitudes

Jayne Bittner and Jayne Bittner

April 20, 2010

Earth Day may have come and gone, but City College will urge students and locals alike to preserve the spirit of empowerment, environmental and social awareness during Saturday's Pangaea Festival. The event, in its third year,...

Video Game club hosts third annual Game Fest for all gamers

Paige Comaduran, Paige Comaduran, and Paige Comaduran

April 12, 2010

The Video Game Club will host the third annual Game Fest, featuring a number of computer and video games for the enjoyment of City College students and the community. "Game fest is fun to come to even if you're just watching...

True tale of Honduran boy’s dangerous immigration to United States stirs more than campus activism

Jayne Bittner, Jayne Bittner, and Jayne Bittner

April 7, 2010

Inspired by a non-fiction novel, City College students formed a club aimed at providing loans to women in South and Central America to start their own businesses and avoid migration to the U.S. Kensey Daly, president of the...

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