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An art exhibit featuring a turtle with a straw in its nose.

Mini golf exhibit draws awareness to endangered species

November 21, 2019

San Diego City College sculpture students built a 5-hole mini golf course in order to bring awareness to endangered species. 

A child rides a tricycle through a hallway.

REVIEW: “Doctor Sleep” is not a movie to be slept on

November 19, 2019

“Doctor Sleep” is a 2019 film directed by Mike Flanagan and stars Ewan McGregor. It's a continuation of Stephen King's "The Shining." Even if you haven't...

City College artists and models gathered at Idea1 in downtown San Diego for BREAKTHROUGH: The Future

City FX offers a unique opportunity for community college students

November 9, 2019

San Diego City College is home to a unique curriculum called City FX, which is a special effects makeup program created to offer students an affordable way to study and learn how to create prosthetics. 

City FX students discuss their project while preparing for Breakthrough: The future

Take a peek into the future with City FX

November 1, 2019

People from a variety of industries including artists, storytellers and scientists have tried to create an image of what the future will hold. This time, City FX will be giving us a glimpse of the future with their interpretations of mankind and creatures of tomorrow.

A procrastinator’s guide to choosing a Halloween costume

A Halloween themed graphic with the text

Lacey Stefano, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

There is very little time left to choose a Halloween costume before heading out tonight.

Actors rehearse on the set of

REVIEW: Drama department slays in first performance of “She Kills Monsters”

October 28, 2019

In the world of fantasy, life can be whimsical. However, fantasy can also be cruel.

The cast of

“She Kills Monsters” to open at City College

October 25, 2019

Fans of the classic board game Dungeons and Dragons may want to save the date. City College Drama Department will open its second play of the semester...

REVIEW: San Diego Symphony brings people of all ages together

A graphic reading: Concert Review San Diego Symphony

Jasmine Mcknight, City Times Correspondent

October 18, 2019

On Oct. 6 I attended the San Diego Symphony concert with Rafael Payare as the new conductor. I wasn’t really too sure what to expect, except maybe a lot of older people, which there were, but there was also a good mixture of younger people as well, which surprised me but also made me happy, seeing that more people around my age were starting to like classical music.

A booth from the San Diego LGBT Community Center

World Coming Out Day comes to City

October 11, 2019

National Coming Out Day is a time for celebration, a time for remembrance, and most importantly a time for anyone who is LGBTQ to feel that they can come out and show their true selves to the world.

The film Pelo Malo plays on a screen in the Subir Center

“Pelo Malo” showcased at Subir Center

October 11, 2019

The Dreamer Resource Center showcased the movie “Pelo Malo” (Bad Hair) last Thursday, presenting themes of racism, poverty and homophobia. The movie...

Humberto Gurmilan speaks to a crowd while presenting a grant on stage of Walk and Roll San Diego

City College professor gives back during Walk and Roll SD

October 7, 2019

San Diego City College Communications Professor Humberto Gurmilan knows the value of a strong support system.

Julio Valdes prepares to play the piano for Community Studio Recording night.

Community Recording Studio Night makes sweet music

October 7, 2019

Students and community members joined together to listen to and record a cover of Carlos Santana’s, “Black Magic Woman,” at San Diego City College during an event held by the Music Program.

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