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Honor society reaches fundraising goal for Haitian earthquake victim relief

Eri Arai, Eri Arai, and Eri Arai

March 15, 2010

City College's International Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa has reached its fundraising goal of $5,000 towards relief in Haiti. The society collected donations from several sources on campus, including $1,000 from the Associated Student Senate, $250 from Black Student ...

Club-hopping at annual campus festival

Paige Comanduran

February 23, 2010

For those begging reluctant roommates to play Call of Duty, looking to showcase their mastermind chess skills or searching for volunteer and extracurricular activities to add to transcripts, head over to Campus Club Day. The...

Honor society fundraising for Haiti relief

Kyle Rokes and Kyle Rokes

February 2, 2010

In relief efforts for victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti, the < ahref="">Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society plans to raise $5,000 over the next few weeks for three organizations. "This is ...

Political Science Club sparks debate

Sofia Gjerstad and Sofia Gjerstad

November 18, 2009

Students with opposing political views come together in the Political Science Club to discuss current affairs and plan events to inspire others to pay more attention to politics. The club wants to raise political awareness...

Geology Club rocks The Price is Right

Travis Pastori and Travis Pastori

November 18, 2009

She was first to "come on down" and even gave Drew Carey a piece of ancient turtle poop-but did she get the price right? City College's Geology Club went to The Price is Right game show Nov. 11, and member Eiko Kitao competed on stage. According to Kit...

Dance program’s highly praised ‘Visions’ to be screened this weekend

Rosa Lima and Rosa Lima

November 18, 2009

The popularity of last month's dance performance has prompted the team to create a film for screening, opening up the inventive production to more viewers. "Visions, Dreams & Memories" was directed by instructor Pam Lappen's...

Honor Society announces future fundraising efforts

Sofia Gjerstad and Sofia Gjerstad

October 20, 2009

This semester, the Society Sigma Chi Eta Honor Society will help the homeless young adults and foster children of Santa Barbara. The society's president, Elizabeth Legaspi, said it is working to raise money for Traditional Youth...

Honors society jump starts new and existing programs

Jayne Bittner, Jayne Bittner, and Jayne Bittner

October 9, 2009

City College's Phi Theta Kappa is in full swing this semester with continuing projects and up-and-coming programs. Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society, has promoted campus advocacy at City College on a variety of ...

Poets, gamers among first clubbers

Gabriel Cabello and Gabriel Cabello

September 9, 2009

If you're a new student trying to immerse yourself into the college experience and want to stay busy, or merely socialize with students who share common interests with you, join a campus club. It's neither too soon or too late....

Gamer girl

Zac Estrada

June 6, 2009

Rabia Picentini has not stood back to watch City College change around her. Rather, she's been deeply involved in change and evolution with the students at the college. Since her start in the fall of 2005, Picentini has been...

Girl gone green

Hannah Scott

June 6, 2009

When you find yourself stopping in front of the cafeteria waste bins to sort your trash, recycling and compost, think of Yasmin Eskandari. When you receive free, quality tutoring from your peers in the Gateway Center, think...

Harnessing H.O.P.E.

Anneli Bergqvist

May 13, 2009

Janet Muniz, co-president of Project H.O.P.E and orientation leader for new students, will hold onto her dream of helping others as she transfers to UCSB. "Janet is an inspiring, deeply dedicated person. She takes being a peer educat...

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