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City College music professor Yochanan Sebastian The Music Doctor Winston blows into his famous golden flute at a gig.  (Courtesy photo)

The fast life of a ‘doubler’

Christopher Handloser March 17, 2014

Step inside City College’s jazz improv class and listen to an exhilarating mix of music instruction, life lessons and even bar gigs, all conducted by “The Music Doctor.” Yochanan Sebastian Winston,...

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Head Coach Mitch Charlens rallies the team with time waning at Chaffey on March 1. Photo credit: Christopher Handloser

Second round and down for the Knights

Christopher Handloser March 13, 2014

The City College men’s basketball team saw their season come to a close with a tough loss against the 4th ranked Chaffey Panthers on March 1. In a game where every Knights starter scored in double...

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Freshman guard Christian Jones split the defenders for two of his 14 points as the Knights defeated Hancock to advance to round two of the playoffs. Photo credit: Christopher Handloser

Knights roll into the second round of the playoffs

March 1, 2014

The City College men’s basketball team looks light up the Inland Empire tonight, taking on fourth-ranked Chaffey College in their gym at 7 p.m. The Knights (21-8) have plenty of momentum after easily...

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A memorial service Feb. 13 celebrated the life of long-time student activist Terry Armstrong, who died of a heart attack at age 52.Photo credit: Christopher Handloser

A ‘jewel’ is gone — Terry Armstrong tirelessly advocated for fellow students’ rights in her decades at City College

Christopher Handloser February 28, 2014

“A real jewel is missing in this crown, but it’s shining somewhere else.” Those words, expressed by City College Enactus leader Marie Disnew, were among the many thoughts shared to honor...

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Should we hear about Snowden? — Media blackouts do more harm then good

February 26, 2014

“Every time you pick up a phone, dial a number, write an email, make a purchase, travel on the bus carrying a cell phone, swipe a card somewhere, you leave a trace, and the government has decided that...

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Freshman guard Mike Scott was awarded second team, all-conference honors averaging 13.2 points per game and a field goal percentage of 43.0 in 2013-14.  (Photo credit Xavier Besos)

Knights host Hancock in first round of the playoffs at home this Wednesday.

Christopher Handloser February 24, 2014

The City College men’s basketball team parlayed their undefeated-in-conference season into hosting the Hancock Bulldogs for round one of the regional playoffs by the California Community College...

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Source: San Diego County Registrar of Voters. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Faulconer grabs another opportunity

Christopher Handloser February 22, 2014

Republican Kevin Faulconer will be sworn in as the next mayor of San Diego on March 3. He defeated young Latino Democrat, David Alvarez, by a margin of 55 percent to 44 percent. His political career...

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Point guard Martin Thomas skies over a Grossmont defender during the 76-69 win Feb. 14. (Photo courtesy of Xavier Besos)

Knights hoops soaring

Christopher Handloser February 22, 2014

Freshman guard Caleb Singleton scored 20 points and fellow backcourt freshman Chris Jones added 16 and four steals to lead the City College men’s basketball team to their first undefeated-in-conference...

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The float featured imagery from the 1964 March on Washington and a rendering of Dr. Luther King Jr. by the City College graphic design department.Photo credit: Christopher Handloser

Agents of change

Christopher Handloser February 14, 2014

Thrive. Transform. Inspire. Lead. Those words – words that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would’ve been proud to cheer – adorned the towering columns as they rotated within the center of...

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A memorial service for Armstrong will be held Feb. 19 at the Encanto Park Recreational Center.
Call (619) 527-3411 for more information. (Courtesy image)

Campus mourns beloved activist

Christopher Handloser February 11, 2014

City College lost 10-year attendee, small business leader, and student activist, Terry Armstrong, to a heart attack on Jan. 11. The family held a private memorial for her Jan. 19. Armstrong, 52, was the...

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Students can register to vote online now

Students can register to vote online now

Christopher Handloser January 30, 2014

Things students can do in five minutes: Send a Snapchat, call their mom and now, register to vote.City College’s student leaders launched a website Jan. 7 to make registration easier than ever, in...

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Science building set to open in January

Christopher Handloser December 5, 2013

As the fall semester ends, the construction on campus will forge ahead. Some new projects are nearing completion and some renovations are just about to begin. City College Campus Project Director Tom Fine...

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