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7 curse words win 32nd annual Lancaster speech tournament

TOVA KIBAL, Channels Staff

April 27, 2017

Americans are living in a country that has gone through changes that have left the the nation shaken up, and some might argue, divided. It is no coincidence that the theme ‘‘Change!’’ has been reoccuring as a main subje...

Sigma Chi Eta discusses racism with Black Lives Matter activist

EVA VALENCIA, Channels Staff

April 20, 2016

Over a hundred students, community and faculty members filled City College’s communication lab Tuesday night for a discussion with activists of the Black Lives Matter organization. “Let’s Talk: A Conversation About Race,...

Students embrace cultures during International Week

BENTE VAN ANDEL and AMANDA STUBBING

April 26, 2015

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Late start classes begin soon for additional credits

JESSICA MACIAS, Staff Writer

October 24, 2014

City College’s late start program provides students with a variety of courses to choose from in order to meet requirements or simply add a little more to their fall schedule. “Late start classes are one way to get back...

SBCC student awarded $700 at public speaking tournament

SAVANAH LAMBRIDIS, Channels Staff

April 26, 2014

On Friday, April 25, five students took the center stage for the 29th Annual Lancaster Public Speaking Tournament’s final round. With the many topics that were covered, each student had a prepared speech focusing on the controversial...

29th Annual Public Speaking Showcase comes to City College

LEX JOERGENSEN, Channels Staff

April 21, 2014

Controversy has always surrounded the subject of beauty. Five City College student public speaking finalists will challenge each other with opposing arguments on the topic. The community is invited to come and watch the speeches...

Study abroad features Berlin, Prague and Amsterdam in 2014

Melissa Tovar, Channels Staff

November 15, 2013

City College will offer students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a culture-filled summer study abroad program in Berlin, Prague and Amsterdam. Students will be given the chance to earn six-credits to study film production and communication in Europe. Communication Professor Carrie Hutchinson and Curtis Bieber, department chair of film and televisio...

Sigma Chi Eta wins national award two years in a row

Hunter Hamren, Channels Contributor

November 8, 2013

For the second year in row, Sigma Chi Eta, City College’s Communication Honor Society, has been named the country’s top chapter. For society president Gary Lytle, the award is recognition of the group’s mission to “ge...

Professor encourages students to study abroad

Lorenzo Lepori, Channels Staff

October 18, 2013

Leading and exposing students to different cultures and once-in-a-lifetime experiences is one of Professor Carrie Hutchinson’s trademarks. “I studied abroad as an undergraduate student and it truly shaped me as a person,”...

SBCC prof adopts Ethiopian sisters, one of 6 million orphans

Amanda Jacobs

March 8, 2010

Tucked away in the suburbs of Ventura, a white picket fence borders the home of a family that has come together in an atypical way. A professor, her husband and their adopted Ethiopian daughters live inside. Professor and Adv...

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