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BEAT’s Voices of a People’s History Event

Angela Calderon May 15, 2013

In honor of Earth Day, City College’s BEAT club hosted the “Voices of a People’s History” event in the Saville Theatre on April 16, which focused on the environment and land rights....

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Find your summer lover online

J. Rae Chipera May 15, 2013

Social media is no longer just a life blogging methodology, but a way to date online. It’s becoming a social norm for everyone, not just the socially awkward. However, online dating raises concerns...

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Empowering women at City College

Klarissa Sanchez May 13, 2013

The Rape Aggression Defense is a program of realistic self-defense tactics and techniques. The R.A.D. Systems is a comprehensive, women-only course that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction...

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An Egyptian man grows noticeably tense in Tahrir Square at the anniversary of the uprising on January 25, 2012. by J. Rae Chipera, City Times.

Arab Spring revisited

Klarissa Sanchez May 13, 2013

The Arab Springs were never as they seemed. The term was created after the United States-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. The idea was that Saddam Hussein’s oppressive government would lead to the development...

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9th Annual Student Symposium

fahima paghmani May 13, 2013

City College held its 9th Annual Student Project & Research Symposium on May 1 in Gorton Quad. The Symposium organizing committee honors certain students who took their time in a specific topic that...

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Security finally matters to Twitter

J. Rae Chipera May 13, 2013

An unwritten rule of social media is that unless a problem affects powerful people, it doesn’t matter. While other sites have two-step authentication to make their networks secure, Twitter’s...

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Lessons of diversity at a transgender art exhibit.

Elizabeth Carson May 1, 2013

There is a transgender community in San Diego, and they have more to say for themselves than what has been said about them. “Visible Bodies,” an art project that features more than 30 portraits...

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The detox-diet scam

Faduma Muhidin May 1, 2013

Recently, singer, songwriter and actress Beyoncé Knowles reintroduced the Master Cleanse Diet on the "Oprah Show," on which she claims to have lost 20 pounds for her movie role in "Dream Girls." The...

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Local band hits the ground running

Christopher Handloser May 1, 2013

If you think online dating is difficult, try forming a band that way. For Noise Floor, the experiment, less than two years nascent in San Diego, is now an experience. This part-bionic power trio just unpinned...

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Loaded baked potato soup with leeks. Jennifer Manalili, City Times

Loaded baked potato soup with leeks

Jennifer Manalili April 16, 2013

Spring is finally here but it's never too late to eat some of winter's hearty, filling dishes and have some comfort food at its finest. How about a play on loaded baked potato skins? This is the perfect...

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Chef Ricardo Heredia holds a cooking demonstration March 21 at Gorton Quad, hosted by Seeds@City. Michelle Moran, City Times

Fresh Street Food Cooking Demo held in Gorton Quad

Angela Calderon April 8, 2013

A fresh street food cooking demonstration had students and staff gathered around the Gorton Quad, on March 21, to sample the free mouthwatering Vegan Jamaican Ital Soup with Kale that was prepared by Executive...

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Oscar winning film chronicles homeless San Diegan’s life

Ashley Perez April 5, 2013

Inocente Izucar was born into a homeless family, her family moving from shelter to shelter, occasionally having to sleep on the streets. The memories of her father were not so pleasant. One day things...

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