VOICES: City College students share how recent storms have affected their lives

Border traffic, delayed bus lines among the hurdles students face with recent storms hitting San Diego
An unidentified San Diego City College student walks through Gorton Quad during the first of two storms that will hit San Diego beginning Thursday, February 01, 2024. Photo by Bailey Kohnen/City Times Media
An unidentified San Diego City College student walks through Gorton Quad during the first of two storms that will hit San Diego beginning Thursday, February 01, 2024. Photo by Bailey Kohnen/City Times Media

Following the storm-related floods of Jan. 22, San Diego was hit with a second set of torrential rains and high winds, caused by two atmospheric rivers, beginning Feb. 1.

San Diego City College students shared with City Times as they sheltered from the rain Feb. 1 how the recent weather has impacted their routine.

The closure of the Orange Line and dangerous roads forced many students to adjust their plans and find other ways to get to school. 

Click on the image below to see the students’ responses.

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