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CityScene, Fall 2021 Cover

CityScene is an art and culture magazine by the staff of City Times. It is a new direction for the staff, which previously produced the award-winning Legend magazine.

 

CityScene provides students the opportunity for class workshops and hands-0n experience in writing, editing, and producing a magazine alongside a news website and newspaper.

 

CHECK OUT THE FALL 2021 MUSIC EDITION OF CITYSCENE


Looking Beyond the Present

Veronica Gaeta December 9, 2013

The term "millennial" describes a generation of people born plugged into technology. It defines a society brought up to believe that they could accomplish and succeed in anything that they set their minds...

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Evelyn Segura goes through her daily regimen at City Boxing in San Diego on Oct. 17.Photo credit: Miguel Rodriguez

The Thrill of the Fight

Miguel Rodriguez December 9, 2013

As she walks through the entryway that reads “House of Champions,” she leaves her worries at the door and enters a world where the pressures of the reality outside seem meaningless. She can...

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Part of Jim Colberts Legacy lies in his seven-dimensions of wellness, which helped bring balance to his life. Photo courtesy of City College Athletics Department.

The Man of the Knight

Miguel Rodriguez December 9, 2013

San Diego City College is honoring coach, educator, and mentor, Jim Colbert as a Knight whose legacy will shine bright in the hearts, minds and spirits of the campus community. Colbert passed away from...

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Construction of new buildings at San Diego City College has caused the closure of surrounding sidewalks, making it challenging and at times unsafe for students to find their way around campus.Photo credit: Ahmad Blue.

Getting to Class in One Piece

Christine Marcucci December 9, 2013

San Diego City College is an urban community college with a unique layout, separating it from other traditional, self-contained colleges and spans several blocks, covering over 60 acres. Three buildings...

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Exterior of new library located at 330 Park Blvd. in downtown San Diego.Photo credit: Juan Carlos Siezar.

New Central Library Finally Opens

Christine Marcucci December 9, 2013

After three-and-a-half decades of planning, the new nine-floor Central Library is now open. Located within a mile of City College at 330 Park Blvd. in downtown San Diego along the new Park-to-Bay promenade,...

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Salvador Torres works on his drawings at a local San Diego cafe in October.Photo credit: Andrew Hahn.

The Architect of the Dream

Juan Carlos Siezar December 8, 2013

Everyone can think about or plan something for the future. As a matter of fact, most people do it constantly, but it takes more than that to become a true visionary and see beyond what the rest can see....

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Beauty on a Budget

Phoenix Webb December 8, 2013

College students are held to a stereotype: poor and unkempt. In San Diego, college students kill that stereotype. College students here are no less economically challenged than other students, but they...

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