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Decade Review: News

Hard-hitting news stories from the past decade
Valerie Vizcarra, Staff Writer December 23, 2019
The past ten years news had a significant number of natural disasters and violence.
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The app Instagram, shown in the home deck of a cellphone.

Decade Review: Social Media

Remembering the many platforms we used over the past 10 years
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, News Editor December 22, 2019
A key characteristic of the decade was social media platforms. Whether they were launched, grown or ended, the decade was marked by this new form of communication.
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President Obama and Vice president Biden alongside members of the national security team receive an update of the mission against Osama bin Laden.

Decade Review: Politics

A lot has changed in Washington for the past 10 years.
Lacey Stefano, Assistant Sports Editor December 21, 2019
Take a look at the decade review in politics.
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Robin Thicke singing Blurred Lines in the music video.

Decade Review: Songs

Music has evolved over the past ten years, here are some of the most notable songs from the past decade.
Madai Gurrola , Staff Writer December 19, 2019
Take a look at the biggest song of each year.
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Decade Review: Social Movements

The past ten years have sparked many social movements.
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, News Editor December 18, 2019
The past ten years have sparked many social movements, here is a review of the biggest social movements in the U.S. during the 2010's.
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Decade Review: Pop Culture

The past ten years have seen many trends come and go.
Valerie Vizcarra, Staff Writer December 17, 2019

The 2010’s was a decade of progress. From the end of “don’t ask don’t tell”, to youth around the world protesting for climate action, the decade was characterized by breakthroughs. The decade...

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Kameal Thomas provides skin treatments as part of a hands-on esthetics program.

Cosmetology lab offers “relaxation with a purpose”

Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor April 30, 2018
Amid noisy downtown traffic and towering concrete buildings of City College, I was surprised to find such tranquil respite within the Skin Bar at the Career Technology Center (V-Building).
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San Diego City College President Ricky Shabazz

An Interview with the President

CJ Stevenson, News Editior April 18, 2018

With almost a year on the job, San Diego City College President Ricky Shabazz said he's proud of what he's accomplished but realized there's more work on the horizon. Shabazz came from San Bernardino...

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Spirit Night for City Nights

Spirit Night for City Nights

Yakira Delgadillo and Claudia Robles February 28, 2018

Feb 28, 2018 The second annual basketball spirit night was held at the Harry West Gymnasium on Valentine's Day. The Lady Knights kicked-off the basketball game at 5 p.m. against Southwestern College....

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The San Diego Community College District Police Department promotes active shooter training for students and faculty, although their methods have not been tested by a real shooting emergency.

Parkland massacre calls campus safety into question

Monica de la Cruz, Managing Editor February 28, 2018

Feb. 28, 2018 The mass shooting that resulted in the death of 17 students in Parkland, Fla. on Feb. 14 devastated the country, and once again called into question the safety of schools in America. An...

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The winner of the catrina contest at La Vista Memorial Park and Mortuary's Día de Los Muertos festival in National City, Calif., Oct. 20, 2017.

Death Takes a Holiday

A Day of the Dead festival in a cemetery celebrates Mexican culture and tradition
Alan Hickey, Online Editor December 6, 2017

A local cemetery once more hosted a Día de los Muertos celebration to keep alive the Mexican tradition while reflecting modern traumas. The La Vista Memorial Park and Mortuary organized the ninth annual...

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Mural near Playas de Tijuana

City Times Partners with Union Tribune on Border Life

City College fall semester journalism students will write for new San Diego Union-Tribune Border Blog
Maria-Camila Murcia, News Editor October 5, 2017

City Times launched a new project this semester with an award winning newspaper only blocks away. “Between the Lines” or “Entre Líneas,”is a blog telling a new generation of stories from San Diego...

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