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Trolley Dances take movement to the streets

Katie Dunn September 24, 2007

Katie Dunn City Times Jean Isaacs San Diego Dance Theater and the Metropolitan Transit System are presenting dance performances to the people of San Diego along Trolley lines across the city. There are...

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City attorney speaks

Noe Rojas September 24, 2007

San Diego City Attorney Michael Aguirre lectures on "The Right to Participate in Government under the California Constitution" Sept. 17 in San Diego City College's Saville Theatre. Aguirre spoke as part...

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Wilson statue draws jeers, cheers

Chris Bloss September 10, 2007

Chris Bloss City Times Over 300 protesters showed up to Horton Plaza on Aug. 25 to the unveiling of a bronze statue of former San Diego Mayor Pete Wilson. The protesters were mostly immigrant- and gay-rights...

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San Diego State bookstore offering textbook rental

Alanna Berman September 10, 2007

Alanna Berman SDSU Daily Aztec SAN DIEGO (U-WIRE) - A college education doesn't come cheap. On top of ever-increasing tuition fees and the costs of living in San Diego, students at San Diego State University...

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States, colleges working to reduce the cost of textbooks

Pauline Vu September 10, 2007

Pauline Vu MCT Campus WASHINGTON - College students across the country are experiencing sticker shock at their bookstores. At the University of Maryland, a new "Understanding Business" book sells for...

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Profs go online to cut book costs

Melody Chiu September 10, 2007

Melody Chiu USC Daily Trojan LOS ANGELES (U-WIRE) - A number of University of Southern California and Hebrew Union College professors have opted to use a private company instead of campus bookstores to...

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DA to look into land transaction

Josie Salazar September 10, 2007

Josie Salazar City Times San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance Carroll has asked District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis to investigate circumstances surrounding a 2006 property deal in which...

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Next stop, City College

Cari Arthur September 10, 2007

College, city and transit officials marked the opening of the College Station trolley stop in late August. The station, located across from City College in the new Smart Corner development, was celebrated...

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Student president gets goals in gear

Cari Arthur September 10, 2007

Benjamin Cruz City Times For Clemente Valdez, winning the student election during the spring semester was just the start of what he said is going to be the busiest new school year for the Associated Students. Although...

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Rush promotes campus clubs

Cari Arthur September 10, 2007

Cari Arthur City Times Students gathered for Club Rush in Gorton Quad Sept. 5 and 6, meeting with campus clubs to discuss local and national issues as well as club membership. The Associated Student...

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Robotics team places among top universities

Cari Arthur September 10, 2007

Rejel Kiok Contributor When you think of robots, do you think of science fiction movies? Well think again. Today, robots are part of our everyday life. They're painting cars, making cookies, driving...

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Better pedestrian safety is project’s goal

Shay Dewey September 10, 2007

Shay Dewey City Times Raising awareness on traffic safety was the cause for an on campus information event brought by the Transportation Safety Project on Sept. 4 and 6. Shontey Hambrick, the community...

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