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President Trump’s muslim ban is unsettling to SBCC student


February 6, 2017

Less than two weeks after the presidential inauguration, President Trump approved an executive order indefinitely barring Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. and temporarily prohibiting entrance to citizens from seven predominantly...

SBCC study abroad heads back to Cuba in summer 2017

KATHYVAN TRAN, Channels Staff

November 7, 2016

When Spanish Major Tanja Reutimann, 47, told a local that she wanted to ride the Cuban bus, the man smiled and said, “Es lo mejor!” Which is Spanish for “It’s the best!” Little did she realize that these Cuban buses...

SBCC students to spend spring semester studying in Europe

KATHYVAN TRAN, Channels Staff

October 3, 2016

Several City College students have the opportunity to spend the upcoming spring semester studying and adventuring in Europe. The Film Studies and Art History study abroad program will begin on Feb. 10 and extend through May 10 begi...

Pilot mental health: the forgotten factor in airline safety

LANDON HUNT, Channels Staff

April 17, 2015

The odds of being in a plane crash that has at least one fatality on one of the 78 major world airlines is one in 3.4 million. The odds are even slimmer if you only consider a plane being taken down deliberately by one of the...

Yosemite: a place for reflection and changing perceptions

GRADY OLSON, Channels Staff

April 17, 2015

In the mountains of Yosemite, Lake Vernon, the societal pressures disappear and the natural world takes me away from technological distractions into a place of quiet serenity. There looks to be a bench made from a tree, up and over the litt...

Studying abroad should be more accessible for American students


February 27, 2015

Studying abroad can be one of the greatest experiences in the lives of young people. Being able to see a different culture and become immersed in a whole new world can be scary, yet thrilling at the same time. Young people...

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