Yearly Archives: 2011

Hueneme scores OT win

Maybe all that the Hueneme High boys’ basketball team needed all along was extra time. more

Santa Barbara Partners in Education Celebrates Efforts of Community Volunteers

Businesses and organizations continue to serve as a beacon of hope for local schools with donations of time and money more

Forbes Names Westmont Second-Best College for Minorities in STEM

Forbes has selected Westmont College as the second-best college for minorities to earn a degree in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, known colloquially as STEM. more

Jan Clouse Featured Artist at Hospice of Santa Barbara

Hospice of Santa Barbara welcomes local artist Jan Clouse, who will display her art in its Leigh Block Room art gallery space. Clouse is the fifth local artist to display her work in the spacious art gallery. more

Distinguished Westmont professor dies at 97

Former Westmont College professor Arthur Lynip, the first Westmont faculty member to be named distinguished professor, more

WEEKEND, WEEKDAY SCENE – Jan. 21-27

“Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days”: more

Westmont Recognized by Forbes

Forbes has selected Westmont as the second-best college for minorities to earn a degree in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (known colloquially as STEM). more

Former Westmont Professor Arthur Lynip Dies at Age 97

He was the college’s first faculty member to be named a distinguished professor more

Week in Sports

San Marcos High’s gym, popularly known as the Thunderhut, will be the site of Friday night’s (Jan. 21) basketball game between the Royals and the Santa Barbara Dons. Because of limited seating, fans are advised to arrive early. more

Sports now a dumping ground

Playground sayings have been slightly altered since my romping-around days. Sticks and stones may still break your bones, more