City Times

Dance concert entertains audiences at the Saville Theatre

William Morse

December 14, 2013

The Dance Department at San Diego City College presented "City Moves" a biannual dance concert performed and choreographed by students and staff on Dec. 6-7 in the Saville Theatre.The show's prelude started off with single male hopping and skipping across the stage in what seemed to be an interpretive dance. Then a flash of light illuminated the entire stage as the main even...

Purchasers are not to blame

William Morse

December 5, 2013

As the holidays are approaching, so are the overwhelming feelings of consumerism, as everyone goes sale-crazy and buys everything in sight. For anyone who happens to work in retail or any service that works face to face with customers, they may have heard the phrase “The customer is always right.” Be it from a manager or a parent or anyone else: This is completel...

Deals to look forward to on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

William Morse

November 14, 2013

Sitting there, amid a chaotic mix of screaming, yelling, and people throwing punches ---- it was nothing short of a riot. Many may ask where this was?It was the scene at a Tilly's store in Mission Valley on midnight at Black Friday of last year. It was one of the worst decisions I could have made, not only was nothing bought but the experience was horrible. It was terrifying.But a...

Texting leads to student’s stolen cell phone

William Morse

November 1, 2013

“My brother wants his phone back. Willing to pay for it.” That text led campus police to a woman in possession of a smart phone stolen days earlier from a City College student during a violent robbery on campus. The incident began with the student, identified by campus police as a male in his 20s, walking northbound on Russ Boulevard around 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 10 wi...

The Bookman’s donations are disappearing

William Morse

October 17, 2013

Once a week for the last 15 years, a charitable foundation entitled “The Bookman” drops off 1,000 to 3,000 free books for the students of City College. Recently, they have been coming up missing. Facilities workers have witnessed the boxes of books being hauled off into a white Sedan and possibly a second car.There are no plans for an investigation by the City Coll...

The second floor cosmetology dispensary was the scene of the assault that occurred on Sept. 18.

Break in and assault in Career Technology Center

September 26, 2013

An intruder assaulted a cosmetology instructor after rifling through the teacher’s personal supplies at the Career Technology Center on Sept. 18...

Police report: Three bikes, purse stolen in first few weeks

William Morse

September 14, 2013

Just a month into the new semester and a handful of crimes have been reported to Campus Police including theft and harassment.Three bikes and a purse were stolen on campus during the first three weeks of class.According to Campus Police, a purse was stolen on Aug. 28 on the front lawn along Park Boulevard.Police said the suspect was a male but did not give an age.The first bike theft...

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