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ART REVIEW: Not Just Folk

A labor of love and respect, the exhibition was jointly organized by artist-curator Dane Goodman (a friend and collaborator with Keith, whose “Tug” at the Westmont Museum of Art was a masterful touch of seamless two-as-one collaboration), curator-writer Meg Linton and painter-educator Dan Connally, director of CCS Art Gallery, a too-seldom deployed art space. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: McManigal, Coffey power Westmont

Connor McManigal and Luke Coffey each homered and the Westmont bullpen delivered five shutout innings to lead the Warriors to a 10-5 win over Providence Christian in a non-conference baseball game on Wednesday at Russ Carr Field. more

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Westmont overcome in overtime

It took five extra minutes to decide a winner between the Golden State Athletic Conference’s top two teams, but it was No. 5 Vanguard that eventually came away with a 64-57 overtime road win over No. 3 Westmont at Murchison Gymnasium on Tuesday night. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Warriors open baseball season with twinbill sweep

Saturday was a long first day for the Westmont baseball team, but it was a very successful effort. The host hit the field at Russ Carr Field for a doubleheader against Lewis-Clark State, and came away with a 4-3 win in 11 innings in the opener, followed by a 6-4 win in the nightcap. more

Tuggy, Edward Obituary

Edward Tuggy, born June 20, 1923 in Los Angeles, CA; married to Eleanor Louise Kellogg October 11, 1947 in Los Gatos, CA; died January 21, 2017 in Fresno, CA… Attended Westmont College, where he met Eleanor Louise Kellogg (“Krispy”). more

COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Biola holds off Westmont comeback

Biola foiled a late comeback by Westmont, beating the Warriors 63-60 on Tuesday in La Mirada in the final Golden State Athletic Conference game between the two staunch rivals. more 

PREP BASKETBALL: Going Fourth

Nick Butler had a game-high 15 points and five steals while Gianni Madrigal added 14 points and seven rebounds in the Patriots’ win at Westmont College’s Murchison Gym. more

Lights, camera, competition

And they’re off! The 10 high school and 10 college students chosen for this year’s 10-10-10 Student Filmmaking Competition, part of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, appeared in a brief press conference before starting work on their short films. It’s the competition’s 14th year… College age scriptwriters are Jordan Metz from UCSB; Malena McKaba, Hunter Lum and Troy Wullbrandt from Santa Barbara City College, and Valerie Cripe from Westmont. more

SBARTL: Royals’ array of talent has them singing aloud

Coach Chuckie Roth was singing the praises of his San Marcos High girls water polo team at Monday’s Athletic Round Table press luncheon, voicing particular approval of one of his seven freshmen…  Coach John Moore cited Hayden Anderson for coming back from an injury to play a second senior season for No. 5 Westmont (17-4, 6-3 GSAC). more

Westmont professors talk immigration

Westmont College professors and staff members will discuss immigration in a panel discussion titled “Redefining Borders: From Political to the Personal,” at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at University Club, 1332 Santa Barbara St. more

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