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International student elected president for City College honor society

Therese Loberg, Staff Writer and Therese Loberg, Staff Writer

October 4, 2010

Filed under Career, Features, News

When Hannah Strömgren gets discouraged, she jumps in her car and drives out to Malibu. She looks at nice houses and cars and when she returns she feels ready to get back to work. Strömgren, 20, is a double major in po...

Microloan available to creative City College minds

Gabriella Slabiak, Staff Writer and Gabriella Slabiak, Staff Writer

October 4, 2010

Filed under Career, Features, Finance, Multimedia, News, Tips

The Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce and Scheinfeld Center have teamed up to offer City College students the opportunity to apply for a loan to start up new businesses. The California non-profit corporation and the Scheinfeld Center c...

New platform for innovative City College students and business owners in Santa Barbara

Gabriella Slabiak, Staff Writer and Gabriella Slabiak, Staff Writer

October 4, 2010

Filed under Career, Features, Multimedia, News, Tips

The City College Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation recently launched a website that provides entrepreneurs with free information, coaching, and learning. Southcoastbizconnect.com is an online network where ...

New SBCC student president battles student apathy

Padma Nolt, Staff Writer and Padma Nolt, Staff Writer

September 2, 2010

Filed under Features

The tapping of computer keys and a warm "hello" greets a visitor to Atty Garfinkel's office.   "I just have to finish this letter to President Serban," she says.   Garfinkel, the new Associated Student Senate...

Student senate member named commencement ceremony speaker

Sarah Daly

May 11, 2010

Filed under Features

This year's commencement speaker, Dano Pagenkopf, is a master of the balancing act as a single parent, avid motor cyclist, War Veteran, marine diver, Associated Student Senator and newly accepted UCSB engineering student."The bigge...

SBCC prof adopts Ethiopian sisters, one of 6 million orphans

Amanda Jacobs

March 8, 2010

Filed under Adoption, Communication department, Features, Religion, Travel

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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