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HUBU conference decorations in front of doorway

History at the heart of HUBU Conference at City College

Students, faculty come together to support male students of color
Joel Nevarez, Multimedia Journalist December 1, 2022
Looking back on growing up in Los Angeles as a man of color, Jerry Tello learned about the importance of ancestry and family. Speaking at the recent HUBU Conference at San Diego City College, the father and grandfather brought out a drum with an eagle and jaguar looking at the sun.
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Michelle Berger, a representative of Feeding San Diego, stands in front of a table

City College job fair provides employment, resource leads for veteran students

Event part of Veterans Day-related activities on campus
Candise Berry, Multimedia Journalist November 17, 2022
San Diego City College partnered with the Employment Committee of San Diego to show appreciation to veterans by hosting a job fair for students seeking employment and useful resources the day before Veterans Day. 
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City College Test Proctoring Center

Test proctoring, Native American History Month discussed at City College Council

College Council evaluates, discusses relevant issues to the school
Shamere Grimes, Multimedia Reporter November 15, 2022
The San Diego City College Council came together Nov. 8 to discuss a range of issues and projects that can improve the experience students have on campus, ranging from support for students with disabilities to the celebration of Native American History Month.
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Color Guard at Salute to Service

VIDEO: City College celebrates veterans with Salute to Service

City College, SDCCD will be closed on Friday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day
Donovan Roberts, Multimedia Journalist November 9, 2022
The annual Veterans Day event, celebrated this year outside the newly opened campus Veterans Service Center, honors and thanks those who have served in the military.
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A person retrieves a menstrual pad from a silver Aunt Flow dispenser

City College ASG legacy project puts priority on period products

Free pads and tampons are now available in all gender-neutral first-floor restrooms on campus
Kathryn Gray, Editor-In-Chief October 26, 2022
When the organization Aunt Flow approached San Diego City College Associated Students Government, then-president Victoria Owusu saw an opportunity to address a basic need that is often overlooked: menstruation products.
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Student Health Center at San Diego City College

VIDEO: City College Student Health Center helps whole student

The Student Health Clinic and Mental Health Counseling are housed together in the A building
Roxy Vieira, Multimedia Journalist October 25, 2022
Located in the A building, the Student Health Center is an important resource for students at San Diego City College.
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Saul Flores answering questions after giving his presentation in MS building at City College

Philanthropist and photojournalist Saul Flores discusses the dangerous journey immigrants take to reach the U.S.

Illustrates hardships through photos and anecdotes in his presentation “Walk of the Immigrants”
Antonio Contreras, Multimedia Journalist October 21, 2022
San Diego City College students and faculty gathered in the Educational Center on Oct. 20 to hear guest speaker Saul Flores discuss his life and the dangerous journey of immigrants traveling to the United States.
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Stuffed pepper dish ingredients

VIDEO: Layers of flavor a highlight of #CityCookingChallenge stuffed pepper dish

Cauliflower, canned vegetarian chili, onions and rice cereal the stars of the meal
Susana Serrano, Managing Editor October 17, 2022
City Cooking Challenge host Susana Serrano shows you how to make a vegan stuffed pepper recipe in the City Times Media kitchen with items from the Hunger Action Day food donation drive at San Diego City College.
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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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Joseph D’Ambro, senior student services assistant, stands behind a student and helps them fill out their transfer application on a computer

City College provides workshops, resources for students preparing to transfer

Applications for CSUs and UCs open through Nov. 30
Joel Nevarez, Multimedia Journalist October 13, 2022
October not only means colder temperatures on campus at San Diego City College but also the start of the transfer application period for students.  All California State University and University of California campuses are accepting transfer applications from Oct 1. through Nov 30. 
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Inter-club council president Kaitlyn Moore stands smiling against a brick backdrop

City College student leader making change through positivity and perseverance

Inter-club Council President Kaitlyn Moore is on a mission to make clubs inclusive and accessible to all
Kathryn Gray, Editor-In-Chief October 12, 2022
Inter-club Council President Kaitlyn Moore is on a mission to make all students feel like they have a place at San Diego City College. It’s an embodiment of City's slogan ‘You Belong Here,’ according to Student Affairs Coordinator and Associated Students Government Advisor Lori Oldham. 
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