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From left to right: Maverick Hamrick adjusts the camera for a student film (photo courtesy of Sean Monney), Susana Serrano hosts a cooking show (photo courtesy of City College Media), and Vince Outlaw covers a basketball game (photo courtesy of City College Media)

Radio and Television at City College to be merged with Digital Journalism program

The two programs are to be united under the Film, Journalism and Media Production label
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist December 12, 2023
The goal of the consolidation is to simplify and clarify course progression for students. 
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Anaissa Paul, left, representing Whittier College, and Emmett Ingram, center, representing Columbia University speak to City College students David Agboola, standing left, Tyra Lawley, background, and Gwendolyn Kesler, standing right, at the Fall Transfer Fair, Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023. Photo by Sean Monney/City Times Media

As the costs of public universities rise, private colleges want City College students’ consideration

Small class sizes, financial aid programs among benefits private universities tout to transfer students
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist November 3, 2023
A community college student’s continuation of their education is an already difficult process. Many students strike out private universities due to the costs, but there are benefits that come with that kind of price tag.
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Members of the board of trustees and city officials join acting Community College District Chancellor Greg Smith, fifth from left, in striking the dirt during the groundbreaking ceremony at the site of San Diego City College’s future housing complex, Oct. 20, 2023. Photo by Luke Bradbury/City Times Media

City College student housing details shared during groundbreaking ceremony

While final plans have not been finalized, the affordable campus residence is moving forward.
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist October 26, 2023
Officials from the city, including San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria, joined Joel Peterson from the San Diego Community College District and City College President Ricky Shabazz in sharing details and expectations for the project.
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Vice President of Administrative Services John Parker, left, embraces ASG President Diego Bethea, right, after receiving the Golden Pillar Award during the Fall 2023 Convocation at City College, August 17, 2023. The award recognizes outstanding administrators at City College. Photo courtesy of City Communications

City College president announces new parent center, other updates during Fall 2023 Convocation

Ricky Shabazz shares ongoing City-related plans and improvements during the semester-opening event. Here’s what you need to know.
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist August 31, 2023
New parent center for students is one of many goals and initiatives announced at convocation. The center will offer child support for up to 12 students at a time and will remain open late into the evening as an expansion on the Basic Needs Center.
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Musicians, from left to right, Jededi Cunningham, Nigel Zuniga and Nana Yao Asiedu perform

Rite of Passage ceremony celebrates the excellence of Black graduates

Black students gather to recognize their achievements in the face of adversity
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist May 23, 2023
City College held the Rite of Passage Celebration, a ceremony celebrating the accomplishments of graduating Black students across the San Diego Community College District.
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A young man in a green t-shirt plays a black piano in a cluttered recording studio.

Recording night at City College brings the Force to life

May the 4th recording night inspires attendees to jam out a Star Wars-inspired track
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist May 10, 2023
Motifs of Darth Vader’s theme echoed from the San Diego City College recording studio on May the Fourth in celebration of Star Wars.
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Delightful games for dirt cheap: 5 PC games you can run on anything

Gaming doesn’t have to be so expensive
Luke Bradbury, Multimedia Journalist April 10, 2023
Video games have never been more popular, but that doesn’t make them any easier to enjoy.
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