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Michael Roderick officially elected ASG Vice President

Aiesha Harrison October 31, 2013

City College held a new election for the office of Associated Student Government (ASG) vice president. Almost 300 students voted Oct. 21 and 22 online and in person. Michael Roderick, running unopposed,...

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Songs from the crypt: A Halloween playlist

Songs from the crypt: A Halloween playlist

Angelica Wallingford October 31, 2013

Halloween is a fun experience for all ages. Let’s face it though, your probably way to old to be out there trick-or-treating. So instead of going door-to-door and asking strangers for some sugary fix,...

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Face painting for all ages

Face painting for all ages

veronica gaeta October 31, 2013

Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a Mexican holiday celebrated on the first and second days of November. The holiday represents rebirth for deceased loved ones and is a celebration held to acknowledge...

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Spook up your nails

veronica gaeta October 30, 2013

It's Halloween again. This centuries long tradition can be fun for everybody and allows us all the chance to dress up. For those with children, it can be loads of fun too.With more than 70 percent of today's...

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Enactus agrees to reopen food pantry in the spring

Christopher Handloser October 30, 2013

The City College chapter of Enactus, an international non-profit organization uniting students and faculty in entrepreneurial action, will be reviving the campus food pantry in spring of next year. As...

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City Times succeeds at journalism conference

Leeann Rose October 30, 2013

The Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) held its regional conference on Oct. 11-12 at California State University, Fullerton. Journalism students from all over Southern California participated...

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Author overcomes adversity

Author overcomes adversity

Ahmad Blue October 30, 2013

Have you ever had an annoying little itch on your nose? Now, imagine not being able to scratch it. That was one of the small things things Professor Humberto Gurmilan was unable to do for himself after...

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Officials and students strive to find the Gonzalez mural a home

Christopher Handloser October 30, 2013

City College’s administration, members of student clubs and their faculty advisers and student government leaders are working together to determine the fate of a mural depicting Diana Gonzalez, a...

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Things to do for Halloween in San Diego

Michelle Moran October 26, 2013

Halloween is a holiday enjoyed by people of all ages. San Diego is expanding its population everyday and there are many events that are going on for families and party goers. Whether you enjoy spending...

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Children playing in the garden at the Child Development Center.

Child Development Center assists student parents with child care

Aiesha Harrison October 17, 2013

“He’s learning numbers, colors, shapes songs and books!” says Ronata Knapper, eagerly sharing the new learning and cognitive skills her three-year-old son has gained from the San Diego...

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Diana Gonzalez. Courtesy Photo.

Unveiling of tribute halted by officials

Jennifer Ovalle October 17, 2013

City College's administration delayed the displaying of a mural to honor Diana Gonzalez, prompting its organizers to hold an emergency meeting Oct.10, the day of its planned unveiling. The issue centered...

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Approximately 250 people attended the memorial service held for Coach Jim Colbert on Oct. 6.

Campus honors beloved coach

Jennifer Manalili October 17, 2013

“He fought a good fight, finished the race and he kept the faith,” said a pastor who spoke during a memorial service to celebrate the life of Coach Jim Colbert.Colbert left an impression on...

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