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T-Shirts produced by San Diego Republic, a private venture of San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll and business partner public radio host Martha Barnette are displayed in Simply Local at the Headquarters at Seaport District. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

October 29, 2014

San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll has started a new personal project with close friend and public radio host Martha...

Editorial: Three feet too far

Troy Orem

October 8, 2014

To say that bicycles are the scourges of the road is an understatement. They are some of the most inconsiderate users of the public roadways and yet our government continues making special concessions for them. A new law which went into effect Sept. 16 forces drivers to ensure that there is at least three feet (about the length of an open car door) between the cyclist and thems...

The science building's planetarium displays several constellations as Astronomy professor Dr. Lisa Will demonstrates the abilities of the planetarium during a Founder's Week event put on by World Cultures. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Constellations brought to life through planetarium tour

September 27, 2014

Students and faculty alike were treated to a tour of City College's planetarium through a demonstration put on by World Cultures. Astronomy Professor Dr....

Students make their way to  classes in the new Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings, which opened Aug. 18. The buildings sport an efficient modern design and offer more space and better technologies. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Doors open to education

August 26, 2014

City College’s Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings officially opened their doors to students Aug. 18 with much fanfare. The buildings...

Smartphonetography: How to Get the Best Shot With the Camera You’ve Got

Troy Orem

May 14, 2014

The first digital camera was developed by Eastman Kodak in 1975. It weighed about 7 pounds, required 16 batteries to run and took 23 seconds to expose an image. Luckily for today's consumer, technology has advanced to the point that cameras with significantly more technology and ability can be carried around in our pockets.   With prominent social networks completely...

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