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Lyndsay Maas apologizes for use of N-word via all-campus email

Lyndsay Maas, Vice President of Business Services

November 21, 2018

Vice President of Business Services Lyndsay Maas requested that Anthony Beebe distribute her apology via email Nov. 20 in response to a recent controversy around her use of a racial slur while quoting a student. The full s...

SBCC President addresses controversy in all-campus email

Anthony Beebe, Superintendent-President

November 21, 2018

Superintendent-President Anthony Beebe sent out this letter via email Nov. 20 in response to a recent controversy around Lyndsay Maas, vice president of business services. The full story about the controversy can be found ...

Microaggressions aren’t harmless – they cause great distress

Sierra Shelton, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018

No, you cannot touch my hair. It may be long, coily and braided, but my hair isn’t something for you to pick at, grab and announce in the ice cream section of Albertsons. Seriously, that’s just downright rude. Microag...

SBCC student sides with Kaepernick against racism

MICK WALCHLI, Channels Staff

September 16, 2016

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is making waves by taking a knee during the national anthem in order to raise awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement in the United States. Refusing to stand for the na...

Sigma Chi Eta discusses racism with Black Lives Matter activist

EVA VALENCIA, Channels Staff

April 20, 2016

Over a hundred students, community and faculty members filled City College’s communication lab Tuesday night for a discussion with activists of the Black Lives Matter organization. “Let’s Talk: A Conversation About Race,...

Ethical journalism should give respect, despite legal status

TAYLOR MUNSELL, Channels Staff

February 6, 2015

Spray-painted on the walls of the Santa Barbara News Press office was, “the borders are illegal, not the people who cross them.” The recent passing of Assembly Bill 60 allows undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver...

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