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City Times EIC finds a new outlook amid near-constant change

Diangela Veras and Vicky Pineda
Pineda wrapped up her fourth and final semester with the City Times on Dec. 14
Will Mauriz, Contributor December 23, 2020
In the past nine months, City Times Editor-in-Chief Vicky Pineda has seen her situation change plenty. But so has her outlook.
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LEGEND: City College photo professor making best with dark (class)room

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Dave Eichinger overcoming challenges of teaching photography classes remotely during the pandemic
Brittney Gray, Contributor December 18, 2020
The darkroom may be closed, but San Diego City College students are still learning the methods of photography with Dave Eichinger, a professor of photography for 16 years.
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LEGEND: College enrollments drop; City College, SDSU students react

Aztec student union
COVID-19 is impacting the amount of students applying
Gabriel Schneider, Managing Editor December 14, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected several areas of life this year including student enrollment, which is down according to data released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
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5 tips to build your Linkedin profile

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LinkedIn serves as an online resume and employers do review profiles
Lucas Barreto, Staff Writer December 10, 2020
For people looking to build working relationships with professionals, including students at San Diego City College, LinkedIn matters.
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PODCAST: Students share election experience

The fourth edition of City Speaks.
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Gabriel Schneider, Managing Editor December 9, 2020
The 2020 elections have ended and we reached out to City College students to hear their thoughts through it all.
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Application deadline extended for CSU

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New deadline for fall 2021 is December 15
Vicky Pineda, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2020
The California State University has changed the deadline for transfers from its original date Dec. 4.
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City College students with disabilities struggle with remote learning

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The disAbility Support Programs and Services office offers support, services
Sophia Traylor, Staff Writer November 30, 2020
San Diego City College offers resources for students with disabilities through its disAbility Support Programs and Services office, but there are still many overlooked difficulties and misconceptions with remote learning.
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CalWorks Arts & Crafts Day brings holiday spirit to City College

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CalWorks is hosting a virtual puppet show on Nov. 20
Lucas Barreto, Staff Writer November 19, 2020
With many City College students isolated from friends and family during the holidays, Zoom has become the best way to bring everyone together to celebrate. 
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San Diego Symphony presents a virtual concert for City College

San Diego Symphony Stream
An undeniably uplifting experience that brought students together to celebrate the art of music
Deserie Larios, Staff Writer November 17, 2020
The beautiful pieces performed by the musicians proved to be a remarkable performance.
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Latino communities suffering disproportionately from COVID-19

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San Diego moved into most restrictive purple tier on Nov. 10
Ekaterina Pechenkina, Staff Writer November 10, 2020
The virus has exposed racial, healthcare and housing disparities that have existed for generations and have left the Latino community more predisposed and vulnerable to COVID-19.
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Important information, deadlines for transferring students coming

Transfer Center
City College is helping students as deadline to transfer applications approaches
Ekaterina Pechenkina, Staff Writer November 9, 2020
As the deadline for transfer application approaches, San Diego City College students can get assistance with university transfer applications and career guidance virtually.
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City College students share election experience

Interviews with students from City College. From top left Ian Rebbert, Ludovica Fadini, Gabriel Schneider, Paul Herrmann.
Days after election, many races still too close to call nationwide
Gabriel Schneider, Managing Editor November 5, 2020
Despite a difficult 2020, City College students made their voices heard and voted. Once the polls closed, three students responded to questions on the importance of voting and their experience.
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