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City Times

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Seeds@City student Jake Anzarouth poses in front of the Urban Farm.

City’s Seeds earning green

Amanda Rhoades September 17, 2012

While many academic programs are making cuts in adjustment to California’s looming financial crisis, [email protected] Urban Farm at San Diego City College has found room for growth thanks to faculty, student...

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El Borrego restraunt in City Hieghts.

Authentic barbecue cooked to perfection

Andrew Hahn September 11, 2012

“Barbacoa,” Spanish for barbecue, is a popular type of Mexican cuisine enjoyed throughout it’s native land.  It is only available at true artisan barbacoa restaurants dedicated to the traditional...

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Students of the cosmetology department practice different techniuqes they need to use to create different hairstyles and looks.

School’s in for the summer

Benny A. McFadden September 11, 2012

While most departments on campus offered few or no classes for the second summer in a row, City’s Cosmetology Department kept its full schedule through the eight week session. Cosmetology operates...

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Once cooked the tacos can be garnished with any choice of toppings, letting anyone turn their taco into a unique edible masterpiece.

Tasty tacos for the whole family

Jennifer Manalili September 11, 2012

Living in San Diego means having an abundance of different Mexican food at your fingertips but you can also get your taco fix at home. This recipe requires only a handful of simple ingredients and some...

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City teaches across borders

Amanda Rhoades September 11, 2012

Laura Castañeda, Chairperson of the San Diego City College Communications Department, will host a workshop on the fundamentals of border region reporting on Oct. 13 in Tijuana. “Cross-Border Journalism:...

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San Diego’s favorite “music thing”

Jennifer Manalili September 11, 2012

The city’s favorite "music thing" will return this week. San Diego’s 4th annual Music Thing is a 2-day event, a music conference that takes place Sept 15th and Sept. 16th at the Lafayette Hotel in...

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City College hosts the 4th annual Passport for Life: Career and Education Expo. An expo which focuses on giving young people on probation, skills and life lessons that can benefit them.  Troy Orem, City Times

A passport to a new life

By Adam Burkhart August 21, 2012

Roughly 800 youths crowded City College on August 14 for the Passport to Life Career and Education Expo, an event for the benefit of youths on probation in the San Diego Superior Court system. The message...

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Age 16 and graduating

Age 16 and graduating

Benny A. McFadden May 8, 2012

City College can soon list 16-year-old Ashley Mittelman among its alumni. Mittelman graduated high school with the class of 2011 from Mount Shasta High School in what normally would have been her sophomore...

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Inspiring future generations

May 8, 2012

Selena Juarez-Alvarado is a 28-year-old military wife and mother of two daughters, ages 13 and 9 years old. It took her seven years to obtain her degree in Biology and Health with a 3.5 GPA; she is...

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‘Something that I should have done long ago’

May 8, 2012

When 34-year old Michael Cash moved from Atlanta to San Diego two and a half years ago, he loved the weather, the culture and the access to Mexico. Cash was deployed throughout Europe and Asia with...

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Perspective: Writer’s odyssey

May 8, 2012

I first took a creative writing class almost 10 years ago when I was a young, melancholy poet in training.  Afraid of any form of criticism, I was insecure and quickly took any negative comments toward...

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Bits & Bytes: I need cable for Hulu?

May 8, 2012

It seems like cord-cutters (people who cut the cord to their cable or satellite providers and consume content through online services) can’t seem to catch a break. Content is either not available, or...

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