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City College president hosts virtual town hall to address COVID-19

March 18, 2020

Following social distance while still trying to keep students informed, San Diego City College President Ricky Shabazz hosted a virtual town hall to address issues regarding COVID-19 on Wednesday, March 18.

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City College, SDCCD campuses to close due to COVID-19 concerns

March 13, 2020

Current COVID-19 safety precautions have caused the San Diego Community College District to close the week of March 16-20, campus administrators and the district chancellor, Constance Carroll, announced tonight.

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SDCCD declares COVID-19 emergency, grants chancellor authority

March 13, 2020

The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees voted unanimously to declare an emergency due to COVID-19 and authorized Chancellor Constance Carroll to take action even between board meetings, enabling her to stay on top of this rapidly evolving situation.

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Small crowd on hand for City College coronavirus info session

March 11, 2020

San Diego City College held a sparsely attended informational meeting about COVID-19 on Wednesday, March 11. While some concerns were alleviated, many questions remain unanswered.

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UPDATE: SDCCD announces plans to move to online classes in response to COVID-19

March 10, 2020

Constance Carroll, the chancellor of the San Diego Community College District, said the district’s three colleges and Continuing Education are planning to begin the conversion of on-site classes to online starting March 16.

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Exhibit raises mental health awareness at City College

March 8, 2020

The Student Health Center, in collaboration with a non-profit organization Active Minds, brought the Send Silence Packing exhibit to San Diego City College last Thursday.

BREAKING: Car fire in the V building parking structure leads to evacuation

Silver can burned down with windows shattered in the SDCC parking lot.

Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle and Jesse Altilio

March 3, 2020

“The car was completely demolished, and we did find the registered owner and she indicated that there were some mechanical, maybe electrical, problems coming into school, and the fire department had the same assessment,” Chief Joseph Ramos said, “so they’ll (probably find it was an) electrical fire.”

Prepping for the primaries

February 28, 2020

This year, the California presidential primaries will be held in March instead of June. Unlike the previous 2012 and 2016 primaries, the 2020 primaries will give California voters the ability to cast their votes three months earlier.

The Organ Pavilion at Balboa Park, the top part is illuminated by light, there are two police officials at the distance.

City College commencement returns to Balboa Park

February 13, 2020

The 2019 event was held at the Convention Center in Downtown San Diego for the first time, as a temporary solution., but will be returning to Balboa Park this year for its 106th ceremony.

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City College celebrates Black History Month

February 12, 2020

February is the celebration for Black history month and San Diego City College is celebrating with different events throughout the month.

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Students share thoughts on cafeteria opening at City College

February 4, 2020

After numerous delays, the cafeteria is finally ready for service at City College. Students lined up at the doors to get a taste of what was cooking on the inside.

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City College cafeteria is now open

February 4, 2020

On the first day of spring semester, City College began serving food once again, prioritizing hot meals.

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