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New digital journalism classes launched

Allison Browne

August 16, 2013

Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s, City College’s journalism program produced a yearbook by the name of “Legend.” Now, nearly 60 years later, the name is being revived as the title of City’s newest publication - a features magazine. The new magazine is a part of the new Digital Journalism program.“This is the first major change to the journalism pr...

Toys are crucial to development

Allison Browne

May 20, 2013

A boy does not know he is supposed to play with toy cars and like the color blue. A girl does not know she is supposed to like the color pink and play with toy dolls. The only reason they start believing this is because we tell them they are supposed to. Children are not black and white in their perceptions. They only see genders as opposites because we present it very sim...

Farewell to Burgess

Allison Browne

May 15, 2013

Dozens of people came out to honor and say farewell to City College President Terry Burgess, who will be retiring at the end of June. The party was held in the Corporate Education Center, located in the new MS building, on April 29."People all over campus should be given the chance to come and say thank you, and goodbye," Constance Carroll, chancellor of the San Diego Commu...

In defense of feminism

Allison Browne

May 13, 2013

"Hey Ally," one of my classmates approaches me after class. "You're a feminist right?""Yes," I answer uncertainly, not sure of where this is going."Real quick, why do you think women are better than men?"I'm slightly shocked by this question. Is this what people think feminism is? Is this why so many reject the idea? They assume all feminists are man-hating she-beasts?Feminism ...

Search for City president postponed

Allison Browne

April 4, 2013

The search for a permanent president of City College has been discontinued, district Chancellor Constance Carroll announced April 4. The search process will continue during the fall semester of this year, with the goal of having a replacement selected by July 1, 2014, or shortly after. "Given the many needs of the college and the significant role it plays in so many ...

Audience members applaud as burgess finishes his speech during the official grand opening of the MS building. J. Rae Chipera, City Times

Math and Sciences building has official grand opening

April 3, 2013

San Diego City College celebrated the grand opening of its new Mathematics and Social Sciences building on Friday, March 15. The auditorium, which has...

City College construction continues

Allison Browne

March 12, 2013

City College recently completed the construction of the new Math and Social Sciences building. Tom Fine, campus project manager, said, "It was a really smooth process. It was the first [building] that went through with a design-build process."Design-build means instead of the building being designed, then bid on by construction teams, it was built by the same team that desi...

Students give back by donating blood

Biology major Jay Vue tries to relax as he donates, durring the Feb. 22 blood drive in the Gorton Quad. -David L. Wells, City Times

Allison Browne

March 12, 2013

The San Diego Blood Bank held their most recent blood drive on Feb. 21 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in Gorton Quad.Donations were taken from donors by nurses and volunte...

Perez (left) speaks with his attorney at his arraignment on Feb. 21 at the San Diego superior courthouse.- David L. Wells, City Times

Perez ordered out of courtroom

March 1, 2013

Armando Gabriel Perez, 39, the suspect in the Diana Gonzales murder case, was ordered to leave the courtroom due to lack of cooperation only a few minute...

RTVC student Ken Smith prepares for a mock broadcast.- David L. Wells

City Students hit the airwaves

February 20, 2013

Even though most of the campus is deserted late Wednesday night, about a dozen students are eagerly preparing for the launch of SDS radio - Student De...

Students enter the Math and Social Sciences building for their first class, which has been open since Jan. 28. The building is located on C St and 16th St. -Ally Browne, City Times

Math and Social Sciences building opens

February 19, 2013

The new Math and Social Science (MS) Building, located on the corner of 16th and C street, is officially open for the spring semester. At approximately 66,00...

A plethora of funds for your education

Allison Browne

December 5, 2012

Noon on Dec. 6 marked the deadline to apply for City College based scholarships for the 2012-13 year. The Scholarship Selection Committee will make their decisions and notify all applicants via mail by the third week of March 2013. All the awards will be handed out at the San Diego City College Annual Scholarship Awards Luncheon, which will take place on April 27. Last yea...

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