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Benedict Cumberbatch plays Doctor Strange. Courtesy of Marvel Cinema

Marvel unleashes ‘Doctor Strange’ trailer on late night show

Ricky Soltero April 13, 2016

The first trailer for Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” premiered Tuesday night during ABC’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The long-awaited trailer delivers an exciting first look into the mystical side of the...

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New requirements for BOG waiver announced

Belinda Mendoza March 23, 2016

The California Legislature has imposed a new requirement for the Board of Governors waiver that will begin in the fall semester. Previously the BOG waiver, which pays for basic tuition, was only...

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Payroll problems affect up to 20% of staff in new system

Thomas Chesy March 23, 2016

With around 900 district employees being either under or overpaid since the start of the Spring 2016 semester, the long-awaited replacement for many of the San Diego Community College's aging business...

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These cameras were recovered by City College from the Palace Pawn Shop near campus. Photo credit: Collette Carroll

Thefts from RTVF Dept. span decade

Collette Carroll March 23, 2016

A City Times review of campus police logs shows that City College's Radio, Television and Film (RTVF) Department reported at least 10 incidents of theft of its equipment as far back as 2007. The thefts...

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Thousands cheer Sanders at SD rally

Thousands cheer Sanders at SD rally

While waiting for the vote counts of Arizona, Idaho, and Utah to be finalized, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigned in San Diego on Tuesday night. “When we began this campaign...

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These cameras were recovered by City College from the Palace Pawn Shop near campus. Photo credit: Collette Carroll

More stolen items found at pawn shop

Collette Carroll March 16, 2016

Electronic equipment stolen from City College worth thousands of dollars has been recovered from a pawn shop in downtown San Diego. Campus police Lt. Louis Zizzo said the theft of the newly...

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Los Amigos Invisibles. Official Facebook page photo.

Los Amigos Invisibles ready to jam at film festival’s opening night

Singer Julio Briseño previews next album
Ricky Soltero March 9, 2016

The 23rd Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival will lay down the funk with an opening night celebration performance by Latin Grammy Award winners Los Amigos Invisibles this Thursday, March 10, at the Music...

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The Latino Film Festival, March 10 to 20, presents a wide variety of styles and genres, including the movie ELvira te daria mi vida pero la estoy usando (pictured) with Cecilia Suarez and  Luis Gerardo Mendez. Courtesy of San Diego Film Festival.

Latino cinema for all tastes

Festival to run March 10-20 in Fashion Valley
Ricky Soltero March 9, 2016

A total immersion into the Latino culture that is often ignored by mainstream media. That's what the 23rd Annual San Diego Latino Film Festival will deliver during a week-long run starting March 10 at...

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Best-seller Quinones to speak on March 7

March 4, 2016

New York Times best-selling author and renowned journalist Sam Quinones will speak at City College about his latest book, “Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic” on March 7. His...

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Freshman Palia Griffin, the team’s number one singles player, swept the first set 7-0. Photo credit:  Michael Markulin

Lady Knights tennis team smashes Cuyamaca

Michael Markulin March 4, 2016

The Lady Knights tennis team of San Diego City College destroyed the Lady Coyotes of Cuyamaca, going 9-0 on Thursday. The Lady Knights began conference play on a roll, getting off to a 4-0 start. However,...

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Writer to speak on genius of comics

James Call March 2, 2016

Comics, even today, are considered by some to be a “low brow” art. But using graphics and words to tell a story gives a narrative power unavailable to words alone. That low-brow perception, however,...

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Black awards show to air opposite Oscars

Ricky Soltero February 28, 2016

Offering an alternative to the so called “whiteness” of the Academy Awards is the All Def Movie Awards, airing opposite the Oscars on Sunday. Hosted by Tony Rock, the All Def Movie Awards were created...

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