Yearly Archives: 2011

Art Show 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

Professor to Explore the Legacy of MLK

Chandra Mallampalli, Westmont associate professor of history, will discuss how Martin Luther King Jr.’s powerful vision of racial justice draws from the past while orienting us to the future. His lecture, “Civil Disobedience and the Legacy of MLK,” Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7 p.m. at the Darling Foundation Lecture Hall in Westmont’s Winter Hall (Room 210), is co-sponsored by Westmont’s Intercultural Programs and the Westmont History Department. The event is free and open to the public. more

Freedom Riders to Discuss Equality, Justice

Robert and Helen Singleton, civil rights activists in the early 1960s, will speak about “The Freedom Riders” Wednesday, January 26, at 3:30 p.m. at the Darling Foundation Lecture Hall in Westmont’s Winter Hall (Room 210). The couple rode buses through parts of the southern U.S. to challenge racial segregation. Westmont’s Intercultural Programs, the Provost Office and the History Department sponsor the lecture, which is free and open to the public. Local students and teachers are encouraged to attend. more

SANTA BARBARA ATHLETIC ROUND TABLE LUNCHEON : Westmont women have more than hoops on their mind

The women’s basketball players at Westmont College can learn some history by earning some of their own, more

Tax cuts, the certainty factor, and job creation

Now that the Bush tax cuts are officially extended for the next two years, more

Letters: Rice a poor choice to speak at college

I am disappointed to see that former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice — more

Don Toussaint of Rabobank Puts Stock in Service, Staying Power and Business Sense

Don Toussaint, executive vice president and head of commercial and retail business banking for Rabobank, has seen the banking world become much more complex and regulated during a career that spans more than three decades. more

NAIA tourney about more than hoops for Warriors

Westmont’s women’s basketball is in the hunt for an NAIA National Tournament berth as always, and on Martin Luther King Day coach Kirsten Moore talked about how the trip to Tennessee is about much more than basketball. more

Three Lions do all the scoring for Providence

Three players combined to score all of Providence Hall’s points on Monday, bringing the Lions a 65-59 overtime victory at Trinity Classical. more

What’s Doing in Santa Barbara County – Jan. 15-22

Meet and Greet the Greyhounds: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Pet House, 5781 Calle Real, Goleta. more