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Barranca scheduled for beautification process

Marat Ford, Channels Contributor

December 2, 2013

A creek located in the middle of City College is scheduled for intensive beautification, but the current tenants of the barranca are making things difficult for restoration. Homeless people and and other wandering transients ...

Will consumerism end the world?

Cody Wright, Channels Staff

November 15, 2013

If you don’t believe the hippies, maybe you will believe the Central Intelligence Agency.  The CIA World Factbook says every single country in the world is sharing the following environmental hazards: air and water pol...

Sustainability forum brainstorms green ideas for SBCC

Nora Abou-Dabous, Channels Staff

November 4, 2013

The Center for Sustainability brainstormed ideas for a green campus at the first meeting that was held in the Physical Education Building on Wednesday, Oct. 23. The forum started with a presentation of the Center's goals and ...

Public forum will brainstorm ideas for campus sustainability

Skylar Serge, Channels Staff

October 21, 2013

Green resources are the talk of City College’s new plan to create a district-wide sustainability program. After months of collecting data, the campus is ready to share their findings at the Campus Sustainability Forum. Group...

SBCC entrepreneurs strive for business success

Andrea Surmeier, Channles Staff

October 11, 2013

City College is helping students make their business dreams a reality. Ricardo Haynes and Cindy Gutierrez are two City College students that posses a passion for business. The Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation put the...

United Way seeks college volunteers for cleanup day

Andrea Surmeier, Staff Writer

September 20, 2013

To encourage community service, City College strives for a high number of volunteers to participate in this years United Way Day of Caring. United Way of Santa Barbara County will host the 22nd Annual Day of Caring at 8 a.m. to ...

Proposed garden raises money through crowd-funding website

Oona O'Toole, Opinion Editor

September 13, 2013

City College students are intent on creating a Permaculture Garden on east campus to supply the culinary arts department with fresh herbs, and provide “functional beautification” to open lawn space. Students Carlos Iñig...

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