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Beach volleyball tournament helps integrate students

ANNA LOGAN, Channels Staff

March 10, 2014

The International Student Ambassadors at City College are hosting an international volleyball tournament for students on Saturday, March 15, at West Beach across from Sambos. “It’s a great event to make new friends, ge...

SBCC Symphony to perform Fall concert

Rachel Stone, Channels Staff

November 22, 2013

The graceful sound of the harp fills the Garvin Theatre, and with a flick of the conductor’s baton, 55 stringed and classical instruments envelop the room. This is City College’s Symphony Orchestra rehearsing for their fa...

Maxine Hong Kingston to inspire creative writing from students

Abigail Schutte, Channels Contributor

November 4, 2013

City College will host award-winning Chinese-American author Maxine Hong Kingston Friday, Nov. 8 in the Garvin Theatre. She will be reading excerpts from her book 'The Woman Warrior."  The event is sponsored by the Creative...

Freedom writer Erin Gruwell to inspire and empower students

Savanna Mesch, Channels Contributor

November 4, 2013

Education activist and founder of the Freedom Writer’s Foundation Erin Gruwell will deliver the Leonardo Dorantes Lecture at 12:45 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 6 at the Garvin Theatre. The SBCC Foundation established the lecture series in 1991 afte...

Scheinfeld Center to host awarded author Jack Nadel

Cody Wright, Channels Staff

November 4, 2013

Spurring growth and creativity is the goal of any university and the Scheinfeld Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is looking to do the same. The Enlightened Entrepreneurship series at City College is proud to host...

SBCC men’s basketball looks to improve record for upcoming season

Tony Phillips, Channels Staff

November 4, 2013

The City College men’s basketball season has arrived. Saturday, Nov. 2, the Vaqueros hosted a scrimmage against Whittier College in preparation of their season opener on Nov. 8. Whittier College is a four-year school located in Lo...

Women’s basketball prepares for upcoming season

Tony Phillips, Channels Staff

November 4, 2013

“Mental toughness, extra effort.” That’s the motto for the women’s basketball team at City College as it prepares for the season opener on Nov. 15 at the Sports Pavilion. City College has reached the playoffs eight...

Public forum will brainstorm ideas for campus sustainability

Skylar Serge, Channels Staff

October 21, 2013

Green resources are the talk of City College’s new plan to create a district-wide sustainability program. After months of collecting data, the campus is ready to share their findings at the Campus Sustainability Forum. Group...

Journalist Hooman Majd to speak at SBCC about Iranian election

David C. Ridings, Staff Writer

October 7, 2013

Iranian-American Journalist and Author Hooman Majd will deliver a speech covering the Iranian election at City College from 2:30 to 4 p.m., Thurs, Oct. 10, in the Administration Building Room 211. The author of the non-fiction work...

SBCC theater to perform the comedy-drama ‘Bus Stop’

Antonio Salcido, Arts Editor

October 4, 2013

William Inge’s comedy-drama, “Bus Stop,” offers a slice-of-life in a Midwest diner during its run at the Garvin Theater from Oct. 16 through Nov. 2. This is a story made popular by the 1957 film featuring Marilyn Monroe as the nightclub...

Continuing Ed. to spend $100,000 on outside technical services

Scott Buffon, News Editor

October 1, 2013

Continuing Education asked the College Planning Council for $50,000 to hire an outside company to help upgrade their old software to City College's Banner software. “[Banner is] student registration, financial aid, human...

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