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19 SBCC faculty apply to retire; number expected to climb

TAYLOR WILLIAMS, News Editor

September 23, 2016

Exceeding the predicted number, 19 faculty members will be taking an early retirement at the end of this school year. During last week’s Academic Senate meeting, Dr. Paul Jarrell, executive vice president of educational services, said that he expects up to 25 members to apply as sev...

SBCC student awarded $700 at public speaking tournament

SAVANAH LAMBRIDIS, Channels Staff

April 26, 2014

On Friday, April 25, five students took the center stage for the 29th Annual Lancaster Public Speaking Tournament’s final round. With the many topics that were covered, each student had a prepared speech focusing on the controversial...

New Venture Challenge offers $5,000 prize to winner

DAVID C. RIDINGS, Channels Staff

March 7, 2014

The New Venture Challenge presents a resourceful platform offered to City College as well as local high school students in order to launch business pitches for prizes. Students are given the chance to share their business ide...

12 year, $300 million face-lift set to rejuvenate SBCC Campus

GIULIA DE PAOLI, Channels Staff

March 4, 2014

City College has committed to a $300 million project to modernize 12 outdated campus buildings to advance teaching, learning and student success. “We have a real need,” said Superintendent-President Lori Gaskin. “We are...

Musical standouts win Pillsbury Scholarship award

Rachel Stone, Channels Staff

December 2, 2013

Students demonstrating excellence in music have an opportunity to gain more than just an education at City College. The Pillsbury Scholarship is aimed at two individuals, up to age 25, who surpass the limits of musical talent....

SBCC Foundation offers nearly a million dollars in scholarships

Marika Cederlund, Channels Contributor

December 2, 2013

The competition of receiving a City College sponsored scholarship is big, but with the right technique, effort and willingness, every student has a chance of receiving one. Applications for the next academic year are open on...

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