On Saturday, Feb. 10, the Santa Barbara Film Festival held a panel discussion at the Arlington Theatre at 2 p.m. on upcoming ...
Issues arose at the Academic Senate’s recent meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 14 concerning Follett, a corporation that distributes ...
At City College’s Wake campus, veterans and first responders gather twice a week to learn about and practice photography. The ...
With Valentines day rolling around the corner, The Channels asked two staff members what their opinion is on the holiday.
Red streamers, red envelopes containing gifts and paper dragon decorations add onto the already colorful AAPI mural at City ...
In the age of subtweeting, influencing, and online activism, we find ourselves at a crossroads. Social media’s intended ...
The “Vaqueros Rebound” keeps the City College community up to date with short summaries of all Vaqueros spring 2024 athletics ...
City College was recognized as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) as of March 2021 by the U.S. Department of Education under the grant Title V- “Developing Hispanic-Serving Institution”. In other ...
The Atkinson Gallery opened its doors once again to City College students for “New Landscapes Part II.”  Public access began ...
In March of 2023, the world of music celebrated a momentous occasion: the 50th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s seminal 1973 album ...
With only half an hour until the Santa Barbara Film Festival kicked off for its 39th anniversary, the rain came pouring down ...
Concerns over increased textbook costs at City College have emerged since Follett, the new textbook publisher company on ...