The Channels

Half a million dollar extra for remodeling the Learning Resources Center

Johan Hammerby

February 28, 2011

Filed under Administration, Finance, News

Money continued to be the focus  at the Academic Senate's meeting Feb. 23. The session focused on raising the budget for the remodeling of the Cartwright Learning Resources Center, as well as rights for reassignments wer...

Student Senate not interested in banning smoking on SBCC campus

Alvaro Vargas and Alvaro Vargas

February 28, 2011

Filed under Health, Lifestyle, News

The idea of turning City College into a tobacco-free campus was one of the many topics discussed during the Associated Student Senate meeting on Friday. Kim Homer Vagadori, coordinator of the state-funded program California Youth Ad...

SBCC Student Trustee’s salary and responsibilities questioned by board

Lauren Woods

February 28, 2011

Filed under Administration, Finance, News, Politics

After defending her salary during a Board of Trustees study session Feb. 10, Student Trustee Nicole Ridgell did not attend the meeting Feb. 24 when her income was to be finalized. She was also absent from the Associated Studen...

SBCC to hold event about child abuse

Lauren Woods and Lauren Woods

February 28, 2011

Filed under Briefs, Health, Lifestyle, News

Santa Barbara County Child Abuse Prevention Council and City College's Early Childhood Education Department are sponsoring the Child Abuse Prevention Academy, a free event, March 11. The event will be held in the Administration...

Board of Trustees vote to restore the director for continuing ed

Johan Hammerby and Johan Hammerby

February 28, 2011

Filed under Administration, News, Politics

Those in attendance gave the Board of Trustees a standing ovation when they decided to restore the director for continuing education during their Feb. 24 meeting. The meeting gathered many opinionated students to the seats in th...

Man arrested on campus for exposure, masturbation

Travis Pastori, Travis Pastori, and Travis Pastori

February 15, 2011

Filed under Crime, Local, News, On campus

A man was arrested Friday while leaving East Campus after allegedly exposing himself to a student on the main floor of the Luria Library and masturbating. Teddy Sammy Williams, 50, was arrested near the Humanities Building at ...

SBCC Academic Senate prepares for future budget cuts

Johan Hammerby, Johan Hammerby, and Johan Hammerby

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, Politics

Funding priorities and discussions about budget cuts were the focus of this semester's first Academic Senate meeting last week. Depending on how the governor's budget will look, City College has to do some severe savings. Thr...

Grafitti, weed and unleashed dogs on campus

Travis Pastori

February 13, 2011

Filed under Crime, News, Online Exclusive

Sunday, Feb. 6, 10:15 a.m. Security discovered numerous graffiti tags on various buildings around campus. The places vandalized include the Business Center by the clock tower, the electrical bunker behind the Library, the East ...

SBCC Student Senate not satisfied with “parking solution”

ÀLVARO VARGAS

February 13, 2011

Filed under Administration, News

The first two weeks of the semester have ended, but The Associated Student Senate is still discontent in regards of the "parking solution" made by the school without their consent. "Our priority is to guarantee that this doesn't happen again and that the school won't violate the stude...

Baseball team compete behind new coach

Ryan Martin and Ryan Martin

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, Sports

The City College baseball team will rely upon pitching and defense to win games this season after a record setting year in terms of home runs and batting averages. Opening day starter Colby Morse leads a strong pitching staff whi...

Sophmores lead playoff push for softball team

Dan Nelson and Dan Nelson

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, Sports

Consistency is something last season's softball team lacked and consistency is what they're striving towards with a brand new field and seven sophomore players. Head coach Paula Congleton hopes to thrive in a conference that...

UCSB raises GPA standards for SBCC transfer applicants

Morgan Cullen, Morgan Cullen, and Morgan Cullen

February 13, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive, State

Students looking to transfer to UCSB no longer put the C's in success and those attending UCSB this fall are the first to abide by the new transfer increase, from a 3.0 to a 3.2 GPA. The fall of 2010 is not a time that UCSB is...

The news site of Santa Barbara City College.
News