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Middle College student says vote for Prop. 2 to support homeless

Julia Hinton, Middle College student

November 5, 2018

With the upcoming election on November 6th, there are a lot of important decisions to make regarding our community well-being. One of those decisions is Proposition 2, which offers funding to the organization, There’s No Plac...

Ambassadors’ ‘CommUNITY Festival’ welcomes the homeless

KATHYVAN TRAN, Arts & Entertainment Editor

May 5, 2017

SBCC Ambassadors welcomes international students at City College by providing them a home away from home. This time, it’s the Ambassadors’ turn to welcome Santa Barbara residents without a home— in this case, the home...

State Street feels empty and different with retail apocalypse

Gerardo Zavala, Associate Editor

April 28, 2017

Walking down State Street and enjoying its many shops and beautiful aesthetics has always been a great past time for Santa Barbarians. However, walking down State Street has taken a very different meaning in recent years. Today,...

People starve as America fills landfills with untouched food

TATE ROMAN, Channels Staff

September 16, 2016

I’m inside throwing out 20 pounds of packaged food with dozens of starving homeless people camping outside of Ralph’s. This is typical protocol for our kiosk. At the end of every day the leftover pastries and sandwiches...

SBCC experiences increase of strange on-campus crimes


March 7, 2014

City College is experiencing an increase in strange crimes, resulting in an influx of students being sent to the Dean of Student Support Services for discipline. Erik Fricke, head of security, said that there has been a cont...

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