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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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Before you go under the gun

Dan Berger and Dan Berger May 18, 2010

So you're thinking about showing that special someone how devoted you are with some life-long body art? Or maybe you just want to become one with your favorite masterpiece. Here's a list I've compiled...

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Fighting for your right to education

John Balchak and John Balchak May 18, 2010

City College English Professor Jim Miller has returned from a journey reminiscent of Cesar Chavez and other civil rights leaders. His pilgrimage was to the state capitol and his goal was to stand up (and...

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Eateries That Give Freebies

Bri Heath and Bri Heath May 18, 2010

Have a low budget and a birthday coming up? With the economy as it is now, maybe you're worried your friend, relative or significant other just won't have it this year to take you out to a big dinner....

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Historical Balboa Stadium

John Balchak and John Balchak May 18, 2010

A part of the original City College and San Diego High School campuses was Balboa Stadium. Built in 1914 in preparation for the Pan-California Exposition, this massive, concrete bowl hosted presidents,...

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Rodriguez, BEAT and beyond

Ernesto Lopez and Ernesto Lopez May 18, 2010

As he slowly peeled an orange, Jose Rodriguez, a City College student and one of three student founders of the Bring Education and Activism Together Club, said he doesn't like being called a founder of...

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A brief glimpse into the past

Evonne Ermey and Evonne Ermey May 18, 2010

As another semester draws to an end and another class of City graduates prepare to don cap and gown, we take a look at semesters past at City College. Among the archives of City Times newspaper, previously...

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Tips and tricks to living the green life

Jacqueline Filla April 20, 2010

With Earth Day on the horizon and the green movement going global, many are wondering how to take part and grow towards green. It may be a simple question, but quite overwhelming. Does one just bring cloth...

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TV/Film professor reflects on a long career in education and induction into NATAS

Brittany Johnson April 20, 2010

The dedication, passion and 28 years of education to students in the Radio TV Film Industry has earned Professor John Hildebrand an induction into the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences...

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Chocolate Earth Pie

Bri Heath April 20, 2010

Ingredients: Crust: 2 cups crushed Oreo cookies (no cream filling) 3 1/2 to 4 tbsp butter Unsweetened whipped cream: 3/4 cup heavy whipping cream 1/4 tsp vanilla Chocolate Pudding: 6 to 8 tbsp unsweetened...

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Professor Corona on writing, teaching, and learning at City

Sidney Bryant April 20, 2010

Laurel Corona, reading and writing since the age of 4, credits her older sister for the success and limelight she has gained from being a professional writer. "Over 55 years I have been writing," she...

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PTK President dedicated to chapter’s success and growth

Abigail Malchow April 20, 2010

A day in the life of Liam Liedorff, president of Phi Theta Kappa's Beta Iota Kappa chapter at San Diego City College, can be quite chaotic. In addition to his PTK duties, Liedorff attends school full time...

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