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A City College Student participates in activity at a booth during the Suicide Prevention Fair.

City College hosts suicide prevention fair

September 25, 2019

San Diego City College's Student Health Center hosted its yearly Suicide Prevention Fair in collaboration with local community organizations on campus on Wednesday.  The annual event, with its lively feel and friendly approach, raised awareness about preventing suicide while also reducing the stigma to ask for help.

Members of the club Phi Theta Kappa sit behind their booth at club rush.

Club Rush enjoys sunny weather

September 17, 2019

The City Times staff went out on assignment to speak with representatives of the clubs participating in today's Club Rush.   

A panel of formerly incarcerated students speaks to am audience at City College.

First World Cultures event focused on criminal justice

September 13, 2019

The first World Cultures event kicked off with “Treated Like A Number: Not A Human” with Dr. Rob Rubalcaba, a mathematics professor at San Diego City College.

San Diego City College students donate blood in a mobile blood donation vehicle.

City College community shares memories on day of remembrance

September 12, 2019

For some students it was an ordinary day of lectures when the San Diego Blood Bank arrived on campus. For City College student Nathan Proctor, it was a day of remembrance for the victims and first responders who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 attacks, which left a big impact on his life.

Blood mobile visiting San Diego City College

City College Health Center to hold blood drive on 9/11 anniversary

September 11, 2019

In memory of 9/11, the City College Health Center will be holding a blood drive event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 11.

Write Juice truck and owner Joshlyn Turner

A different kind of food truck arrives at City College

September 10, 2019

Students are now able to get fresh food from a new food truck on campus. The Write Juice Truck provides healthy and organic options in the form of juices, smoothies and bowls. Located in front of the AH building and next to Moody’s, the truck will be on campus for the remainder of the fall semester.

The San Diego City College Bookstore

City College welcomes back students, faculty

August 20, 2019

San Diego City College convened for the 2019 fall semester on Monday, welcoming back new students, returners and faculty.

City College offices will remain open during the summer. By Diangela Veras

Student support services to remain open at City College during summer break

May 25, 2019

Students can expect most on-campus services to be available to them over the summer 2019 session with some schedule modifications.

Andrew Leal posses at City College

City College student-leader says goodbye

May 24, 2019

Associated Student Government President Andrew Leal will be transferring to UC San Diego as a human biology major at Revelle College.

Marissa Gonzalez will graduate San Diego City College with five semesters of Newscene under her belt. By Jonny Rico/City Times

Marissa Gonzales signing off from City College’s Newscene

May 23, 2019

Being a good writer is not enough for the world of television and journalism, this is something Marissa Gonzalez learned while studying at San Diego City College. 

Mia Zedukes will graduate from City College having been part of the SDCCD Honor's Program. By Jonny Rico/City Times

International struggles lead City College honors student to UC Berkeley

May 22, 2019

Life in California is expensive, even in a rural place like Fresno where Maria Zedukes was born and raised.  

Picture of professor and two student graduates

Beloved 50-year City College professor retires

May 21, 2019

When professor Cruz Rangel started teaching at San Diego City College, Richard Nixon was president and many of his students did not have the right to vote, because the 26th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution hadn’t lowered the voting age from 21 to 18 yet.

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