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Coping with the stress of finals

Ahmad Blue

December 11, 2013

As the semester draws to close, finals are approaching and for some this can be a very stressful part of college. Well, don't panic. Stop and come up with a game plan. Finals are this week. There are many of us who have multiple tests to take. Just keep calm and remember studying, time management, and confidence are key. Studying is the most important because without it, you...

Two students stand across the street from City College's new theater in the 1970s. The complex, located on C Street, is now known as the Saville Theatre. Photo courtesy of the City Times archive.

Past and Present

December 11, 2013

San Diego City College was established in 1914 with only 5 members and 35 students. It would be the first community college in San Diego County. The campus...

Barona museum puts life of Kumeyaay on display

A table of several Kumeyaay Native American artifacts. Ahmad Blue, City Times.

Ahmad Blue

December 5, 2013

The Barona Resort is well known throughout San Diego for its casino gambling, but within the Kumeyaay nation is a rich history well documented in their...

Does the ‘Arkham’ series really need a prequel?

Batman as seen in the

Ahmad Blue

November 14, 2013

"Batman: Arkham Origins," the third installment in the Arkham series has received a lot of hype months prior to release so, does the game live up to th...

Author overcomes adversity

Author overcomes adversity

October 30, 2013

Have you ever had an annoying little itch on your nose? Now, imagine not being able to scratch it. That was one of the small things things Professor Humberto...

Phi Theta Kappa held its annual induction ceremony on Oct 4. in the Saville Theatre. Over 60 students were present and inducted into the honors society. Official Facebook image.

Honors Society welcomes new members

October 15, 2013

City College Honors Society Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) hosted their 13th annual induction ceremony Oct. 4 in the Saville Theater. Over 60 inductees, male and...

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“GTA V” brings new life to open world games

October 7, 2013

The newly released “Grand Theft Auto V" continues the over-the-top nature of the series and sets a new standard for what future open world games...

Professor Farrell Foreman speaking at an event during the 8th Annual San Diego City College Book Fair on Oct. 2. Jessica Ramirez, City Times.

Award winning professor and playwright conveys message of ‘promising future’

October 6, 2013

Pay attention to the little things in life and if you put them together, it’s a good bet that they will add up to a promising future ---- that is ...

We can’t ignore crimes against humanity

Ahmad Blue

September 14, 2013

The idea of an American intervention in Syria has received much negative feedback, yet there are reasons to go and consequences if nothing is done. Sometime in late August, the Syrian government used chemical weapons in the capital of Damascus. This was done in an attempt to force the Free Syrian Army from the capital. Innocent civilians where harmed and people did die. ...

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