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Keep protests peaceful; don’t weaponize First Amendment

Madeline K. Nathaus, Channels Staff

February 10, 2017

The First Amendment was included in the Constitution by the founding fathers to guarantee citizens of the United States freedom of the press, religion, assembly and petition. It is this amendment that separates America from more th...

President Trump’s muslim ban is unsettling to SBCC student


February 6, 2017

Less than two weeks after the presidential inauguration, President Trump approved an executive order indefinitely barring Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. and temporarily prohibiting entrance to citizens from seven predominantly...

Fast food workers deserve at least $15 minimum wage

EVA VALENCIA, Channels Staff

April 22, 2016

In its battle to turn every McJob into a real job, Fight for $15 has made headlines again with its recent win in California. Fight for $15 started out as a strike by hundreds of fast food workers in New York City to increase minimum wage and...

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,...

If elected, Trump would not make America ‘great again’


February 19, 2016

Donald Trump continues to lead the GOP polls, gaining tremendous support with his pompadour-enraged fits and continuous name-calling. Having Trump in office would do a lot more harm than good for this country, especially since Trump has very...

College admission requirements create culture of competition


October 23, 2015

The importance of education is one thing that most Americans can agree on, specifically a college education. College is ideally an opportunity for students to explore a range of different courses focusing on their interests...

Police finally held accountable for killing of unarmed citizens

MAC WALBY, Associate Editor

May 4, 2015

Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Ezell Ford and John Crawford. It seems like every week, another unarmed black man is killed at the hands of the police. Almost 400 people have been killed by the police this year alone. But somehow,...

Yes means yes: a new approach about sexual responsibility

MEGAN RANDOLPH, Channels Staff

May 1, 2015

In an attempt to engage both men and women in a discussion about sex crimes in college communities, City College has ramped up its efforts to make a meaningful impact on sexual assault. Aided by new legislation in Senate Bill...

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