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The man behind MLK

Ricky Soltero February 15, 2011

"When an individual is protesting society's refusal to acknowledge his dignity as a human being," Bayard Rustin said. "His very act of protest confers dignity on him." Rustin was a black activist whose...

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‘Life and Times of the Black Woman’

Megan Rose Bartell February 15, 2011

"People need to understand ... poetry is a fire element," said Stacy Dyson, performance poet, playwright and a cappella vocalist. Dyson performed "The Life and Times of the Black Woman" at the Saville...

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From saints to cards, why St. Valentine?

Stephen Boyd-Morales February 1, 2011

During the third century, Emperor Claudius II felt that single men made better soldiers. As a result, marriages for young men were outlawed. It is believed that a priest named Valentine defied the law...

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Good old romance

Stephen Boyd-Morales February 1, 2011

It's that time of year when you cuddle up with your loved one for Valentine's Day. One of the more common things to do is to watch a good old romanic film, here are some great romance films. Kiss the...

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Holidays at Gaslamp Reading Cinemas

Mollie Shepardson December 14, 2010

The holidays are full of traditions such as baking cookies, singing carols, decorating the house -- and watching movies. This year, you may be able to catch one of your favorite seasonal films at the Reading...

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Study abroad, explore the world

Steven Hawkins December 14, 2010

San Diego City College offers a variety of Study Abroad programs to current students interested in expanding their horizons and learning useful life skills. Marion Froehlich, the International Education...

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Miramontes doesn’t work alone

Mark Rivera December 14, 2010

Dada and surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp once said, "I don't believe in art. I believe in artists." This idea -- that art is more about collaboration and the making of personal connections through the...

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All I want for Christmas is…

Mollie Shepardson December 14, 2010

This time of year is when your relatives and friends turn into Sherlock Holmes proteges and begin to snoop for clues as to what holiday gifts to present you with on December 25. This year, save them the...

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Staffer’s quilts keep workplace warm

Jennifer Manalili December 14, 2010

D' Andrea Mitchell, City College's famous quilter, works as a student assistant technician in the Financial Aid office, and her love of quilt-making has earned her recognition from many staffers and students. Mitchell's...

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Urbanities

Michele Suthers December 14, 2010

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Urban art revival

Shane Finneran December 14, 2010

From a hairy monster wearing nothing but men's briefs to a thorn-crowned Jesus with a beef-cow body, the diverse images of Viva la Revolución: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape are an experience...

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