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The closed lab doors of the S building at City College.

City science club navigates need for culturally relevant integration

SD SACNAS chapter perseveres through pandemic hurdles
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor December 14, 2021
“There is life that happens outside of the classroom that affects students' ability to even be present for the STEM classes, and STEM takes a lot out of a person," San Diego City College SACNAS chapter president Dyani Melgarejo said. "We need the support of a community or place to study without distractions.”
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The artist Your Smith sings as opening act to sold out show at the San Diego Music Box venue on Oct. 13.

San Diego music scene navigates the uncertainty of pandemic life

Surviving music venues steer through reopening amid a precarious economy
Will Mauriz, Assistant Editor, CityScene December 6, 2021
Surviving music venues in San Diego deal with reopening amid a precarious economy and uncertainties imposed by COVID-19.
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Knights Josh Williams goes for a layup after break away steal at Knights Invitational tournament on Oct. 13.

Knights dominant in tournament play

City men successful in hosting first home tournament, get ready for top state team
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 24, 2021
On Oct. 12 and Oct. 13 City hosted its first basketball tournament of the season winning both out conference games.
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Pictured Right to left: Rachel Karalnik, Mariana Lara Pantoja, and Natalie Garcia start off into run preparing for before their State championship bid.

Knights women enter historic postseason

City cross country and soccer make history with postseason bids
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 18, 2021
The City cross country team is advancing to the state championship as team for the first time in 32 years, while the Knights soccer is making its first appearance in the postseason.
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Knights women’s basketball the last practice before the second tourney of the season.

Fresh start for Knights women basketball

City ready to host first home tournament in almost two years
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 11, 2021
City women's basketball goes to their second tourney of the 2021-2022 season at Pasadena Classic in Pasadena, CA.
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Knights men’s basketball preparing for team pictures at the last practice before their season starts. Photo by Will Mauriz/City Times

Knights basketball set to start season with new coach

Basketball season opens today with out-of-conference tourney
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 4, 2021
The Knights have its' season opener against the Fighting Cacti from Copper Mountain College.
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nights Kally Norvell and Elizabeth Hunsaker block volleyball at home match against Palomar College on Oct. 27.

Knights volleyball goes down with a fight

City’s volleyball team refocuses to end of season on a good note
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 3, 2021
The Knights volleyball team now prepares for their next challenge against the Miracosta College Spartans (14-2), who are currently ranked third in the PCAC and are still in contention for first place.
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City’s Yesenia Huerta running at the PCAC championship on Oct. 22

VIDEO: Women’s cross country has best showing in 32 years

Knights women place second in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference meet
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 27, 2021
The 2021 City College women's cross country team made history with a second place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference cross country championship meet.
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Knights Volleyball plays at home match against Imperial Valley college on Oct. 20 Zoom screen-shot

Knights volleyball edges out Imperial Valley, wins in 5

Match comes down to a fifth-set tiebreaker in favor of City College
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 25, 2021
The Knights fought through the marathon match against Pacific Coast Athletic Conference rivals Imperial Valley College on Oct. 20.
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Poet Kay Ulanday Barrett tells poetry at Zoom event Liberation Shows Up on Oct. 14

Artist redefines self-identity through poetry at City World Cultures event

Poet, performer and educator shares navigating life as a disabled “Filipinx-Amerikan” transgender queer
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 19, 2021
The sixth World Culture Program event of the fall semester was live-streamed on Zoom on Oct. 14 and featured an explorative poetic presentation and workshop entitled Liberation Shows Up! with Kay Ulanday Barrett.
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Knights womens soccer team huddles

Energy of Knights women’s soccer soaring

City soccer can cement its place at second in the conference today
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 15, 2021
With eight games left in the fall season, the San Diego City College women’s soccer team has hit a new gear.
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City volleyball player Kally Norvell

VIDEO: City College volleyball player takes the lead

Get to know Knights volleyball captain Kally Norvell
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 14, 2021
Kally Norvell has been a consistent leader for the San Diego City College volleyball team, the only returning player for her second collegiate season and a co-captain of the team.
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