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SBCC starts summer with series of choir and band concerts

KATHYVAN TRAN, Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 5, 2017

SBCC Music Concert Series will kick off summer with a series of choir and band concerts. Concert Choir, Chamber Singers and Women’s Choir will perform at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at First United Methodist Church on 305 East Anapamu ...

SBCC Film Awards serves as a ‘mini Oscars’ for students

KATHYVAN TRAN, Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 5, 2017

While most students will be busying themselves with studying for final exams, a group of film students will be rolling out the red carpet and dressing in their best formal attire for the fifth annual SBCC Film Awards—all in...

SBCC Music Concert Series to end with 4 shows and a bang

GILLIAN BALDWIN, Channels Staff

April 28, 2017

SBCC Music Concert Series will end the semester with a bang, putting on four concerts in just five days between Friday, April 28, and Tuesday, May 2. With summer just around the corner, students and community members will be able to enj...

Art Career Day Conference builds community for emerging artists

ZURI SMITH, Channels Staff

April 21, 2017

This year, the seventh annual Art Career Day Conference will be held from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., April 29, at the Fe Bland Forum on West Campus. The conference will be hosted by Art Without Limits, an organization committed to providi...

Students to feature latest trends in music at Music Now! concert

GILLIAN BALDWIN, Channels Staff

April 21, 2017

City College students will display the latest trends in music and imaging at the annual Music Now! concert directed by James Watson at 7 p.m. Friday, April 21, in the Garvin Theatre on West Campus. The concert will primarily...

SBCC Reads panel to discuss new angles on immigration

TOVA KIBAL, Channels Staff

March 17, 2017

During a political climate where the current president wants to take action to keep immigrants out of the country, SBCC Reads will host a panel discussion with new perspectives on immigration and border experiences. The discussi...

Free film festival at Fé Bland Forum promotes Italian culture

BRANDON DAVIS, Channels Staff

March 10, 2017

Global studies major Lorenzo Marchetti is a man of many hats here on campus, serving as president of 2020 A Year Without War, co-president of the honors program, co-commissioner of marketing on the Student Senate and Italian ...

SBCC students invited to submit photographs for art exhibit

ZURI SMITH, Channels Staff

March 10, 2017

The Art Department will give students the chance to display their artwork in a semi-permanent display titled “Beauty in the Mundane” from March 20 to Dec. 8, 2017. “Beauty in the Mundane” will exhibit students’ ph...

Informal showing in Ojai features SBCC Dance Company excerpts

SAMMY ROWINSKI, Channels Staff

March 10, 2017

SBCC Dance Company will present choreography excerpts in an informal showing Friday, March 10, at the Ojai Arts Center. “This showing is to build our audience and to help find donors to support the company for travel expense, costumes and theater rentals,”...

LAPD info session to discuss careers and hiring process

Jackie Cobos, Channels Staff

February 24, 2017

Justice studies major Timothy Terrio had set his mind on joining the police force since high school. He said he wants to be a police officer because he finds it exciting to be somewhere other than sitting down in an office. ...

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