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A ‘forbidden’ view

J. Rae Chipera, Michelle Moran, City Times

August 18, 2013

  This summer, Professor Dave Eichinger led a photography exhibition called “Cuba Foto.” The week-long trip gave students the chance to experience Cuban culture, learn about the broken relationship between Cuba and the United States and learn Spanish. “Being ‘forbidden’ for so long no one is quite certain what to expect when you get there,” he said. Mo...

Construction crews continue making progress on the new Science Building which is set to open for spring 2014. Torrey Spoerer, City Times.

Summer transformation for City

August 18, 2013

Many students at City College might be curious as to when the construction on campus will finally be over. It may seem like the process remains never ending,...

San Diego highlights Filipino cinema

November 13, 2012

This year’s San Diego Asian Film Festival included a collection of colorful films that together reflect the diversity in Asian filmmaking and especially...

Punk legend Patti Smith sang songs and read passages from her autobiography

Patti Smith rocks and reads

October 25, 2012

A renowned figure in rock and roll – nicknamed the “Godmother of Punk” – who propelled to fame in 1975, Patti Smith returned to San Diego for “Downtown...

The San Jose/ Evergreen Community College district hosts an active shooter day Sept. 28 to properly train police response.  Courtesy of San Jose/Evergreen Community College Police Department

Colleges train for shooting scenarios

October 23, 2012

The San Diego Community College District police department provided instruction in active shooter response training conducted at San Jose/Evergreen Community...

Sarah Guzman stands silently during City College’s memorial for Diana Gonzalez in Gorton Quad on Oct. 11. Gonzalez was killed on campus Oct. 12 in 2010. Troy Orem, City Times

Commemorating victims of abuse

October 23, 2012

Amidst heartbreaking pauses and tearful eyes, people who knew Diana Gonzalez recounted the unaccomplished hopes and dreams she once had. City College hosted...

Steak served medium-raw

Plate of Gored Gored, cubed cuts of raw beef flavored with chili powder and clarified butter.
Andrew Hahn, City Times

Andrew Hahn

October 22, 2012

Has anyone ever considered that for the first time in human history, we are fortunate enough to eat food from almost any culture anywhere in the world,...

Cross country performs well

Cross country performs well

Benny A. McFadden

October 22, 2012

Perfect weather and team spirit combined on Saturday, Oct. 13 at Morley Field when the women’s cross country team got to practice for upcoming conference...

Lady Knights win 3-2

Mariel Mostacero

October 22, 2012

The City College women’s volleyball team played a home game against the Palomar College Comets Oct. 12, gaining a victory in the set with a final score of 3-2. “I thought it was incredible. The girls fought. Some teams get tentative when the game is close, they get jitters. We had jitters on and off, but they played through it and that’s what is so important, and I...

Knights beat Jaguars in ‘Play For a Cure’ match

Tessa Butterfield (#14) throws to Southwestern College player  at the Harry West Gym at City College during the second game of a breast cancer awareness benefit.  Mariel Mostacero, City Times

Mariel Mostacero

October 22, 2012

The women’s volleyball team once again dominated the opposing team, the Southwestern Jaguars, in the “Play for a Cure” match, a 3-game set played...

Propositions to know about before turning in your ballot

Michael A. Liggins

October 22, 2012

Proposition 30 - Finding Funding for California’s Schools  If passed, Proposition 30 would raise the annual income tax rates for Californians who earn more than $250,000 a year. The measure would also increase California’s sales-tax rate from 7.25% to 7.50%. The state would then allocate 89% of the revenue generated by these tax hikes to K-12 schools and give the rem...

Elephant vs. donkey: Students have a clear choice in November

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, left, and U.S. President Barack Obama shake hands before the first presidential debate at Denver University on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, in Denver, Colorado.

Fahima Paghmani

October 22, 2012

President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney bump heads in many areas, but when the attention is pointed towards education, both parties could not emphasize...

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