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Sustainability work group meets to discuss energy usage, waste

Daniel Wallace, News Editor

February 5, 2018

City College’s sustainability work group met Thursday for the first time this semester to identify what steps should be taken to meet the goals articulated in the college’s Sustainability Plan. Although the plan was completed in 2014, sev...

SBCC to screen Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” on campus

Sydney Antil, Channels Staff

February 3, 2018

The Associated Student Senate met Friday and discussed the possibility of screening the movie “Get Out” on campus. “Get Out”, a film written and directed by comedian Jordan Peele, came out last year and recently rec...

‘Buz’ Graham shares activism experience and documentary

JACKIE COBOS, Channels Staff

March 21, 2017

The American ethnic studies department partnered with a civil rights activist who firsthand underwent oppression in the 1960s to share the short documentary “Freedom Summer” with the City College community. Activist Benjamin ‘Buz’ Graham brought his experience to the screening ev...

SBCC partners with San Marcos High School to spread the love

Madeline K. Nathaus, CHANNELS STAFF

March 2, 2017

The City College Wellness Connection and Mental Wellness Center came together Wednesday sponsor the Wellness Connection club from San Marcos High School and host a screening of the short film “The Love Effect.” The audienc...

Spanish/English translation program coming soon to SBCC

BRANDON DAVIS, Channels Staff

February 13, 2017

Spanish professors in the School of Modern Languages department are developing a Spanish/English Translation and Interpretation certification program at Santa Barbara City College. “This has been an aspiration of the School...

Econ professor Naylor offers lesson on hot-button topics

BROOKE SNOW, Channels Staff

February 2, 2017

City College professors shared their life’s work with attendees of the second Faculty Colloquium in the Fé Bland Forum Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m. The colloquium will be a reoccurring monthly event at 5:30 p.m. on the fir...

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