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A Healthier Tomorrow

Faduma Muhidin April 3, 2013

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), more than a quarter of adults are not just overweight, but obese; about 10 percent of them have diabetes on the eastern half of the U.S. It is also suggested...

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There are enough hours in a day

Klarissa Sanchez April 3, 2013

How often do we hear people say “I wish there were more hours in a day?” We can’t control time but we can control how we use our time. Every day we run around trying to get things...

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Revenge of the mooncake vixen

Ashley Perez April 3, 2013

Award-winning poet Marilyn Chin was born in Hong Kong and raised in Portland, Ore. Her work expresses her experiences as an Asian-American and as a politically attuned woman. She has read and taught workshops...

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Audience participates in ‘Love Me’ performance

kaily sanders March 12, 2013

“Life is not unfair – it’s balanced." These words of wisdom were offered by Stacy Dyson during her second appearance at City College on Feb. 20. Dyson, a performance poet, playwright...

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Kenya’s quest for life

Faduma Muhidin March 12, 2013

Did you know that a certain someone, namely President Barack Obama’s father, belonged to the Luo tribe of Kenya? For many Kenyans struggling in their race for stability and globalization, an important...

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Spicy Thai Basil Chicken. Jennifer Manalili, City Times

Thai food for a busy schedule

Jennifer Manalili February 20, 2013

We are in the beginning of a new semester and this, for many students, means having to juggle school with work or maybe even both with time for family, friends, and other responsibilities. This change...

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Speaker motivates students to hold on to their dreams

Jennifer Manalili February 20, 2013

To help commemorate Black History Month, the World Cultures Program had motivational speaker Monica Pool Knox speak on campus.Knox has served in leadership roles at a handful of Fortune 500 companies including...

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Language clubs gather in Gorton

fahima paghmani December 11, 2012

Students and faculty surfed through tables at the Language Festival that took place in Gorton Quad on Nov 14., collecting information about language and culture while listening to music and purchasing...

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On a mission for craft beers

Andrew Hahn December 6, 2012

San Diego Brews lead the country Mission Brewery recently opened in East Village inside the old Wonder Bread factory and I had been looking forward to visiting it ever since. My greatly anticipated...

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An suspected ingredient yields delicious results

Jennifer Manalili December 5, 2012

See that bottle of olive oil that you probably got stored in your cupboard and have reserved for pasta and other savory dishes? What if I told you that you could make some delicious chocolate chip cookies...

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Use your hands to make the perfect gift

Michelle Moran December 4, 2012

The holidays are right around the corner. Let's just face it: a lot of us like to wait until the last minute to get gifts for friends and family. Whether it is for adults or children, there are many items...

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The Lost Girls

fahima paghmani November 14, 2012

Caitlin Rother, a New York Times best-selling author and a Pulitzer-nominated investigative journalist made her way to the Saville Theatre at City College Oct. 30, to present to students and faculty staff...

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