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Police training and screening needs more emphasis on ethics

Hayley Herrera, Channels Staff

May 11, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinion

According to an investigative report from the Washington Post in 2017, the number of fatalities caused by police shootings has been been just under 1,000 per year since 2014. The high number of deaths and shootings by police show th...

The Hawaii missile false alarm showed me how helpless I was

David Sjostedt, Channels Staff

April 27, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinion

There aren’t too many ways a surf trip in Hawaii can go wrong, aside from dangerous swells and nukes from North Korea.   It was the last day of my trip, and I wasn’t even planning on surfing that day.  Actually, I hadn...

Why SBCC is the right path for me

Sydney Antil, Channels Staff

April 27, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinion

I am 18 years old and have been in college at SBCC for two years now. That statement alone is probably enough to have you scratching your head in confusion, but the real question is: Why the hell am I staying here for two MOR...

Michael Shermer addresses controversy regarding speech

April 26, 2018

Filed under Letters to Editor, Opinion

On March 19 I spoke at SBCC. Later I discovered that Dr. Raeanne Napoleon—who doesn’t know me or anything about me—used the “All Campus” email system to repeat false accusations against me in which I allegedly sexuall...

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