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COUNTY FIRES – CHANCELLOR’S STATEMENT – MESA AND MIRAMAR COLLEGES CLOSED

October 8, 2007

As the county experiences perhaps the worst brushfires in its history, San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance Carroll has announced that Mesa and Miramar colleges, City's sister campuses,...

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CITY COLLEGE CLOSED 10/22 AND 10/23

October 8, 2007

The San Diego Community College District has announced that City, Mesa and Miramar colleges will be closed Oct. 22 and 23 as the region deals with the worst wildfires in county history. Continuing Education...

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CAMPUS CLOSED OCT. 24

October 8, 2007

The San Diego Community College District has extended campus closures through Oct. 24 in wake of the county's wildfire emergency. The closure affects San Diego City, Mesa and Miramar colleges, as well...

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CAMPUS CLOSED THROUGH OCT. 28

October 8, 2007

District Chancellor Constance Carroll has announced that district facilities, including San Diego City College, will be closed through Oct. 28. For updates, check www.sdccd.edu or www.sdcity.edu.

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Students, managers grapple with high food prices

Cari Arthur October 8, 2007

Cari Arthur City Times Of students interviewed Oct. 3 who buy food from the cafeteria, they all agree - food prices are excessively high. Student Brandi Currin said that at this time she does not have...

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Veterans seek end to war in Iraq

Christopher Bloss October 8, 2007

Christopher Bloss City Times Last July, Kenyon Ralph and four other military personnel, including a City College student, decided to try to stop the war in Iraq. Ralph and his comrades have started...

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Presentation on origin of species stirs controversy

Alissa Wisniewski September 24, 2007

Alissa Wisniewski City Times The Big Bang. There has been a timeless controversy over what - or who - set it in motion. Now that controversy has exploded at San Diego City College. On Sept. 19 in the...

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Cost Reduction Act awaiting Bush approval

Whitney Lawrence September 24, 2007

Whitney Lawrence City Times The College Cost Reduction Act, passed by the Senate and the House of Representatives on Sept. 7, calls for an increase in Pell Grant scholarship awards, reduction of student...

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Known artists slated for book fair

Luis Bahena September 24, 2007

Luis Bahena City Times With its first year a success, City College hosts its second annual San Diego City College International Book Fair on Oct. 5 and 6. The book fair was introduced last year, drawing...

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Broadcasting community mourns professor

Danny Penera September 24, 2007

Danny Penera City Times Having a pleasant-sounding voice was a gift that Fred Lewis used to build a reputation in San Diego broadcasting. But what he used it for was more than that - he gave his gift...

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Latino community marks Mexico’s independence

Evonne Ermey September 24, 2007

Evonne Ermey City Times Beneath the crisscrossing freeways and vibrantly painted murals of Chicano Park, San Diego's Latino community gathered on Sept. 15 with red, white and green flags in hand, to celebrate...

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Dead Sea Scrolls lecture kicks off World Cultures

Benjamin Cruz September 24, 2007

Benjamin Cruz City Times The World Cultures program at City College opened their fall schedule with a lecture to remind students that one of the most significant findings of the 20th century has come...

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