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Committee plans immigrant student support

Caleb Danielson March 14, 2017

The Immigrant Support Committee at San Diego City College held a meeting on Feb. 24 in the Math and Social Sciences building to discuss ways to better support immigrant students at the school. The committee...

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School’s Out For Summer

Vanessa Diaz and Vanessa Diaz May 10, 2011

Alice Coopers' song is what popped into my head when hearing about the San Diego City College cuts for the summer of 2011. What are students to do with their extra time? Why not take advantage of all San...

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Cosmetology summer still on

Megan Rose Bartell and Megan Rose Bartell May 10, 2011

The cosmetology program at San Diego City College will remain open for classes and will offer services this summer. Students and faculty recieve 50 percet off most services, a hair cut, which normaly...

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An all-American meal in Hillcrest

Scott McLean April 26, 2011

Old school design with a modern taste is how Brian's American Eatery in Hillcrest serves up comfort food to late-night party crowds and families alike. Brian's restaurant is not your basic coffee shop;...

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Relaxing places to prepare for final exams

Cecilia Areta April 26, 2011

Summer is almost here and it is winding down towards the last days of spring semester. Finals are approaching sooner than you think, do not succumb to procrastination and study while there is still time...

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What to do in SD for break

Alec Fernandes April 5, 2011

Spring break's coming up, and going to Mexico isn't the safest idea right now. You could go somewhere else, but why leave America's Finest City when it has so much to offer? Even the most experienced...

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Preparing for success

Cecilia Areta April 5, 2011

Most applicants do not realize the importance of cover letters. Having one at hand can make you a more competitive job seeker. Writing one is not as difficult as it seems. It is an opportunity for potential...

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Robotics Team enters Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Competition

Fernando Yates April 5, 2011

Not many students would choose to have class on Fridays. Less still would choose to have class on Saturdays. The students that make up San Diego City Robotics choose to have class on Saturdays, and in...

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Trail Review: Take a breath of fresh air

Olivia Holt April 5, 2011

There's nothing like the great outdoors to escape the hectic school and work load. Hiking is a great way to get some cardio in, while getting in touch with nature, reloading your inner energy, discovering...

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Restaurant Review:You say you want an Evolution?

April 5, 2011

On any given corner of the San Diego metropolitan area, one can find an assault of restaurants that offer coma-inducing portions of surf and turf, or tormentingly sweet indulgences that leave some repenting...

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History of gaming

Fernando Yates March 22, 2011

In this digital age, video games are now starting to lose their stigma. "Super Mario Brothers," "World of Warcraft," "Halo" and "Grand Theft Auto" are now part of popular culture. Even "casual" games like...

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Addiction has a new friend

Scott McLean March 22, 2011

The new "Gran Turismo 5 in 3D" video game for PlayStation 3 gives the user a sense of the old and the new, all in one game. "Gran Turismo" started back when, in my opinion, games were much easier and...

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