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Imam Taha Hassane

Imam to City College: ‘I’m your neighbor’

Taha Hassane shared insight into Muslim community culture, influence
Shamere Grimes, Multimedia Journalist November 29, 2022
Students and faculty at San Diego City College had the opportunity to speak with an Imam, which is a religious leader in the Muslim culture, in an effort to learn more about the Muslim community.
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San Diego City College celebrated Dia de los Muertos at the Learning Resource Center

City College LRC celebrates Dia de Los Muertos

The Learning Resource Center hosted various activities including making paper flowers, sugar skulls and papel picado
Joel Nevarez, Multimedia Journalist November 5, 2022
The San Diego City College Learning Resource Center celebrated Dia de los Muertos on Tuesday, Nov. 1 and Wednesday, Nov. 2. 
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Lead actress, Valynsia Sims, faces off with a bear on the set of the play “Imogen Says Nothing”

REVIEW: Actress Valynsia Sims gives unforgettable performance in play “Imogen Says Nothing”

Performances continue through Nov. 5 at San Diego City College Black Box Theater
Candise Berry, Multimedia Journalist November 3, 2022
The Black Box Theater at San Diego City College welcomed a packed audience for the West Coast debut of “Imogen Says Nothing” earlier this month.
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Trio Gadjo performs jazz with tap dancer Claudia Gomez at San Diego City College, Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2022

VIDEO: Jazz trio, tap dancer showcase talents for City College

Trio Gadjo and Claudia Gomez share European jazz style
Shamere Grimes, Multimedia Journalist November 1, 2022
Approximately 20 students and faculty gathered to listen to the European-style jazz group Trio Gadjo play their music and watch Claudia Gomez dance on a sunny afternoon in San Diego City College’s Curran Plaza on Oct. 20.
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Haunted Trails promo image

City College: Check out these 6 events happening Halloween in San Diego

There are options for all ages all over the county
Sophia Traylor, Multimedia Journalist October 31, 2022
With Halloween right around the corner and last-minute costumes drying from the hot glue gun, where students and faculty decide to celebrate the spooky holiday should be a simple task. San Diego is full of events catered to the variety of ages that make up San Diego City College’s population.
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Dog in costume

RADIO: Scholarships, Halloween and Dia de los Muertos on NRW

Listen to this week's student-produced radio show now
Staff, City Times Sound October 28, 2022
If you’re transferring next fall but worried now about paying for college, learn more about scholarships and grants for San Diego City College students. The holiday weekend is also packed with great local events.
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Actors performing Imogen Says Nothing

‘Imogen Says Nothing’ makes West Coast debut at City College

The Shakespearean-era play opens on Oct. 28
Candise Berry, Multimedia Journalist October 28, 2022
“Imogen Says Nothing,” a play that has only been performed by the Yale Repertory Theater, is making its way to the West Coast for the first time. 
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Community Recording Studio Night musicians

Student musicians: Deadline coming to apply to play in City College spring concert

SOUNDsation concert applications due Friday, Oct. 28
Sophia Traylor, Multimedia Journalist October 27, 2022
San Diego City College musicians have the opportunity to show off their musical talents this spring. The SOUNDsation concert will take place at Curran Plaza on Wednesday, Dec.14 from 1 to 4 p.m.
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Actors stretching on stage during the play

REVIEW: ‘The Wolves’ mixes sports and art in a fun way

The Saville Theater hosted City College’s take on The Wolves through Oct. 27
Joel Nevarez, Multimedia Journalist October 27, 2022
Soccer balls bounced around a crowded Saville Theater when the San Diego City College Visual and Performing Arts department performed their rendition of The Wolves.
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Red, Green and Yellow poster advertises the play The Wolves

Theater returns to City College with ‘The Wolves’

The play runs from Oct. 14-22 at the Saville Theater
Joel Nevarez, Multimedia Journalist October 14, 2022
City College students are looking to break a leg as theatre returns to with “the Wolves” opening at the Saville Theater on Friday, Oct. 14. According to the San Diego City College website, “The Wolves” is about a high school women’s soccer team trying to find their place in the world. 
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Muralist and activist Alicia María Sui stands in front of the brightly colored Chicana/o Studies mural she designed and explains her artistic process

Activist and muralist Alicia María Sui amplifies voices and empowers communities through art

Her mural in the City College cafeteria is a celebration of 50 years of Chicana/o studies
Kathryn Gray, Editor-In-Chief October 13, 2022
Bathed in the calming purple and blue hues reflecting off a mural behind her, muralist and activist Alicia María Sui explained the meaning and history behind some of the most memorable projects she has worked on during her 20-year career.
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Student Alexander Daumas gets his book signed by author Reyna Grande at City College

Award-winning author Reyna Grande discusses new book at City College

Grande also discusses life after immigrating to America and becoming a writer
Sophia Traylor, Multimedia Journalist October 7, 2022
San Diego City College students and faculty gathered in the Educational Center on Oct. 4 to hear guest speaker Reyna Grande introduce her new book “A Ballad of Love and Glory." 
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