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Mismatched fight in stadium bathroom

Travis Pastori

April 5, 2011

Filed under Crime, News, Staff

Tuesday, March 15, 2:12 p.m. A female instructor reported to Campus Security that she felt harassed by an older male student during her class in the Earth and Biological Sciences Building. She said in report the student had stayed af...

Student Senate representing City College at protest march in Sacramento

Alvaro Vargas, Alvaro Vargas, and Alvaro Vargas

March 14, 2011

Filed under Finance, News, Politics

The Associated Students Senate, along with other approximately 4,500 students, teachers, and supporters from numerous schools, attended the "March in March" rally in Sacramento Monday. The present attendees braved heavy rain to protes...

City College Board of Trustees split on how to access reports

Johan Hammerby

March 13, 2011

Filed under Administration, News

Some members of the Board of Trustees, as well as the Superintendent-President, are worried about the growing number of requests for reports demanded before meetings. On the other hand, other members don't think it's enough. Ov...

Column: Revolution or bust

Travis Pastori

March 13, 2011

Filed under Columns, Finance, Finance, National, News

It's hard to imagine getting up from the couch and stepping away from the television, but it's time for an American revolution. The audaciously wealthy few who have recklessly driven the planet into a brick wall are stealing...

A man with large knives in waiting room of Health and Wellness

Travis Pastori

March 13, 2011

Filed under Crime, News

  Thursday March 3, 1:20 p.m. Campus Security responded to a call at the Wake Center that several students were threatening another. According to the report, a student said that while she was delivering a presentation a...

Tsunami advisory in Santa Barbara

Channels Staff, Cody Bashore, Padma Nolt, Joel Linde

March 10, 2011

Filed under News, Online Exclusive

Following the 8.9 earthquake that shook Japan at 9:46 p.m. local time, Santa Barbara has been under a tsunami advisory since 6:04 a.m. In Japan, the tsunami has flooded airports and damaged a nuclear power plant in areas close ...

Emmons poetry contest offers cash prizes

Cassidy Flynn , Staff Writer

March 10, 2011

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Online Exclusive

Student poets at City College get the chance to win up to $600 by entering the annual Emmons Poetry Contest. David Starkey, Creative Writing Professor at City College, and Robert Emmons, local poet and philanthropist, developed t...

Serban applying for Mt. SAC presidency

Cody Bashore, Editor in Chief

March 8, 2011

Filed under Administration, News, Online Exclusive

Superintendent-President Dr. Andreea Serban is among five finalists for the top position at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif. Suzi Hayward, executive assistant to the vice president of human resources at Mt. SAC, confi...

Scheinfeld Center hosts Small Business Development Center

Carys Morgan, Carys Morgan, and Carys Morgan

March 7, 2011

Filed under Features, Finance, News

City College's Scheinfeld Center began hosting the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for Santa Barbara County on January 1st, and has since been making significant progress in aiding local businesses. As the satellite...

Workshops available to develop student skills

Cassidy Flynn, Cassidy Flynn, and Cassidy Flynn

March 7, 2011

Filed under Briefs, Features, News

Teachers will give extra credit to students participating in free workshops being offered at the Gateway and the Cartwright Learning Resource Center. The Gateway Center and LRC offer a number of free workshops to students who want ...

Dr. Michael Young selected for honor lecture at SBCC

Lauren Woods

March 7, 2011

Filed under Features, News, Staff

A "bed of nails." A marshmallow in a vacuum. A laser and a balloon. All are demonstrations expected to grasp eyes on March 17 when Professor Dr. Michael Young gives the "Annual Faculty Lecture," one of City College's highest hon...

City College applies for four technology grants

Adam Sjölinder

March 7, 2011

Filed under Finance, News, Science & Technology

With an educational system dependent on innovative technology, City College has applied for grants worth thousands of dollars to improve the area. The four grants are from the Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) program lead b...

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