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Thanksgiving Recipes

Stephen Boyd-Morales October 26, 2010

Oven-Roasted Tofurkey  1 stuffed Tofurkey Roast (The best place I found to pick these up are at Trader Joes. They usually start selling them just after Halloween and through the Holidays for 10-15 dollars....

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A lesson in pain

Anulak Singphiphat October 12, 2010

Douglas Welsh is a professor of photography at San Diego City College. He teaches Traditional Black and White Photography and Digital Photography. He has been a full-time tenured high school photography...

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Center frame

Anulak Singphiphat October 12, 2010

From unexposed film to a fully functional work of art, San Diego City College's new photography facility has the makings to become the hub of everything photographic in San Diego. The Photography department...

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I am a business, man — not a businessman

Anulak Singphiphat September 28, 2010

Students are trying to find ways to get ahead in this economy and with the job market the way it is, things don't always look too bright so you have to know how to sell yourself. One way to land the job...

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Smartphones, more than just a phone

Fernando Yates September 28, 2010

Use your phone in class for more than texting. School has started up once again which means that hours of studying are being pushed back for more enjoyable activities. When crunch time does happen to...

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Pre interview grooming tips

September 28, 2010

Hair: Should be clean and neat. Shoes: Should be in polished condition. Make sure heels are not worn. Details: No missing buttons, no lint; and don't forget to remove external tags and tacking stitches...

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Do your homework, get the job

Mollie Shepardson September 28, 2010

Outside of school the last thing that a student wants to do is homework. Unfortunately the tedious work of research doesn't end once outside of the classroom door. If you want to be hired, you must do...

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Women’s styling guidelines

September 28, 2010

Getting ready for a job interview is often a time of excitement for women. We focus on ideas of what life will be like after we get hired and wonder what we will buy with that first paycheck. A main...

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Professor Drexler’s Voice is heard at City College

Mollie Shepardson and Mollie Shepardson May 18, 2010

[CK] may10 For more than a decade, widely known voiceover artist David Drexler has played a large role in the Radio and Television Department at San Diego City College. Drexler came to SDCC after starting...

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Who is Jennifer Montgomery?

Hazel Rodriguez and Hazel Rodriguez May 18, 2010

Jennifer Montgomery, development director for KSDS Jazz 88.3, fulfilled a lifelong dream when she entered as a hopeful contestant to the game show Jeopardy last September. After moving on from auditions,...

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A look inside City College tattoo culture

Jason Boyle and Jason Boyle May 18, 2010

The idea of intentionally marking one's body can be daunting, especially considering the fact that it's not only permanent, but the process itself can be painful, too. Despite that, the trend of tattooing...

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Students face tough choices

Mark Rivera and Mark Rivera May 18, 2010

In this economic climate, many City College students have to juggle a full school schedule along with a full-time job in order to be self-sufficient. For some, this heavy load has proven to be a bit much...

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