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Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays the evil Negan in The Walking Dead. Courtesy of AMC

Review: ‘Walking Dead’ Keeps Bloody Promise To Fans

By Gabe Rivera October 24, 2016

Our worst dreams came true Sunday night on AMC. "Welcome to a new beginning, you sorry s----,"were the words uttered by "The Walking Dead's" latest arch villain, Negan, after he lay his bat's judgement...

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Knights fail biggest test of year, rebound against Southwestern

By Gabe Rivera October 22, 2016

The Knights women's volleyball team dropped their second straight match 0-3 (25-27,17-25,19-25) on Oct. 19 to the five-time defending Pacific Coast Athletic Conference champion Grossmont College Griffins,...

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Pro: A ‘Yes’ vote on C supports city’s future

By Gabe Rivera October 22, 2016

Whether you’re a native to San Diego or somewhere else, there’s no excuse for letting the future of the city be swept away from underneath us. Coming up in the Nov. 8 election, it will be up to...

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The new season premiere finds the Walking Dead characters facing life and death. Photo courtesy of AMC

Heads will roll in ‘Walking Dead’ premiere

By Gabe Rivera October 22, 2016

Spoiler alert! A hopeless situation is rapidly approaching this Sunday, Oct. 23. Rick Grimes and his group of untouchables from the hit show “The Walking Dead” are in a dire situation that sadly...

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Knights Turn In Impressive Win

Knights Turn In Impressive Win

By Gabe Rivera October 15, 2016

Chloe Gruwell and the Knights women's volleyball team continued their impressive stretch this season, winning 3-1 (25-18, 25-11, 24-26, 25-11) against Imperial Valley College on Oct. 12. The Knights improved...

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Sign-ups open for Week of Service Oct. 17-22

By Daniel Wright Sr. October 14, 2016

Registration is available for the "Week of Service," Oct. 17 to 22, a volunteer clean-up program that helps keep America's Finest City clean and clutter-free. The program is open to City's students,...

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Knights sophomore midfielder Jose De Silva (left) battles  sophomore forward Sylvester Rivera (right) to get control of the ball on Oct.7 at San Diego City College soccer field. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Men’s soccer team had wild week

By Celia Jimenez October 13, 2016

The last week has been a rollercoaster for the Knights men's soccer team. On Oct. 7 the team scored a last-minute goal and won the match 2-1 against the Cuyamaca Coyotes at City's soccer field. The...

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Scholarships available for transfer students

By Daniel Wright Sr. October 11, 2016

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is offering approximately 85 eligible undergraduate transfer students scholarships for up to $40,000 per year. The Cooke Foundation scholarship was established for community...

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Knight outside hitter Chloe Gruwell spikes the ball against Cuyamacas defense on Oct. 7 at West Gymnasium.  Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Women’s volleyball team gaining steam

October 11, 2016

City College’s women's volleyball team took the win at home Oct. 7, defeating divisional opponent Cuyamaca College 3-0 (26-24, 25-18, 25-16). The Knights improved their record to 8-6 overall and 1-0...

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Cuyamaca freshman forward Kayla  Kinney  (No . 16) outflanks Kn ights sophomore midfielder Felicia Valenzuela and goalie Lisa Garcia  and scores  her second goal of the match. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez / City Times

Knights soccer team suffers another tough loss

By Celia Jimenez October 5, 2016

The City College women's soccer team continues to struggle this season. On Sept. 30, the team lost 1-2 to the Cuyamaca Coyotes at City College's soccer field. After the game, Knights Head Coach Andi...

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Is ‘Star Spangled Banner’ a marginal anthem?

By James Call October 4, 2016

Should they have the right? Should they show more respect? These are among the questions brought up by the recent brouhaha over the 49ers Colin Kaepernick sitting out the national anthem. Many other...

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San Diego’s largest tasting room for beer

October 4, 2016

AleSmith Brewing Company celebrated its 20th anniversary last year with the opening of its new state-of-the-art brewery in Miramar but this is year we finally get to enjoy the facility in full. Founded...

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