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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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Students vote Valdez in, smoking out

Scott Landheer and Scott Landheer May 21, 2007

By Scott Landheer City Times Clemente Valdez became the next Associated Student Government president, beating his closest competitor, Denise Haughton, 276 to 66 after all the votes from the May 15-17...

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District officials looking at options for campus safety

Mariana Lima and Mariana Lima May 21, 2007

By Mariana Lima Contributor If a gunman were to enter a classroom, what should students do? There are no specific rules that will apply to everyone when it comes to self-protection in case of armed attacks,...

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From City College to the world …

Rosemarie Davis and Rosemarie Davis May 21, 2007

By Rosemarie Davis City Times It's 7 o'clock in the evening and it's time for her political science class, but she's thinking about her toddler that won't get over the flu, that it's about time to get...

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Students speak out

By Josie Salazar and Stephen Burgers City Times City College's Behavioral Sciences and Sociology departments held two Student Symposiums on April 18 and May 2 in D-121 and Gorton Quad to speak about current...

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SIFE places in national top 10

Stephen Burgers and Stephen Burgers May 21, 2007

By Stephen Burgers City Times City College's Students in Free Enterprise team placed seventh in the national SIFE competition held in Dallas May 6-8. SIFE is a program at City that allows students to...

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Health center offers free HIV tests

Jessica Kalchik and Jessica Kalchik May 21, 2007

By Jessica Kalchik Contributor Blood, needles, cold exams rooms and high expense are some thoughts that can plague the mind when contemplating getting tested for HIV. The staff at San Diego City College's...

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Katrina ‘progress report’ covered at community meeting

Emily Pfaff and Emily Pfaff May 21, 2007

By Emily Pfaff City Times On April 21, the Coffeehouse on Broadway played host to a Katrina Solidarity meeting, kicking off the People's Hurricane Relief Fund West Coast tour. Representatives Kojo Livingston...

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‘Newscene’ students up for major award

Lindsay Gross and Lindsay Gross May 21, 2007

By Lindsay Gross Contributor "And the Emmy goes to." Sitting, waiting, crossing fingers and toes, you anxiously await to see if it is your name that they call. For Tony Sanchez, Benjamin Cruz, Micaela...

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