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Student Center fee fails despite voter support

Scott Landheer and Scott Landheer May 7, 2007

By Scott Landheer City Times The proposed Student Center fee failed because not enough students voted on either side of the issue to make it a valid election. The fee would have cost students $1 per...

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Officers arrest theft suspect

Stephen Burgers and Stephen Burgers May 7, 2007

By Stephen Burgers City Times A man was arrested in Curran Plaza on suspicion of theft on April 18 at 5 p.m. The observations of a City student led to the man's apprehension after she said she saw him...

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Campus safety can start with student action and understanding

Mariana Lima and Mariana Lima May 7, 2007

By Mariana Lima Contributor The idea "it will never happen to me" never protected students from shooters when they attacked their classrooms. On the other hand, constant fear and panic on campuses do...

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Immigration march starts at City College

Rebecca Saffran and Rebecca Saffran May 7, 2007

Approximately 400 immigration activists gathered on May 1 in front of City College and marched to First Street and Broadway in Downtown. On the May Day anniversary, supporters shouted slogans such as...

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Students to vote on campus smoking ban

Brittany Arquette and Brittany Arquette May 7, 2007

By Brittany Arquette City Times A popular trend has been sweeping through San Diego the past year. No, its not a new hair style, or the latest pair of jeans. It's the decision to ban smoking. In San...

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Campus marks Earth Day

Stephen Burgers and Stephen Burgers May 7, 2007

By Stephen Burgers City Times The Stewardship and Resources Committee of San Diego City College hosted the first Earth Day Fair in Gorton Plaza on April 19. Faculty members Theresa Gallo and Donna Di...

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City helps to develop medical high school

Alissa Wisniewski and Alissa Wisniewski May 7, 2007

By Alissa Wisniewski Contributor City College has joined San Diego State University and Sharp Healthcare in developing a middle college program with a medical emphasis. This program will allow students...

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Learning by rodeo

Rebecca Saffran and Rebecca Saffran May 7, 2007

Business and literature major Lakia Queen, left, makes sure children of the Child Development Center stay on their tricycles on April 24 at the tricycle rodeo during Traffic Safety Week. Organizers of...

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Police officers bust traffic law violators

Scott Landheer April 16, 2007

By Scott Landheer City Times The San Diego City College/East Village Community Traffic Safety Project's Enforcement Operation took place on March 7 at the San Diego High Educational Complex. Officers...

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College costs prompt student rally in Washington, D.C.

Sally Dadisman March 19, 2007

By Sally Dadisman MCT Campus With almost $40,000 of debt in student loans after graduating from UC San Diego in 2005, Jennifer Pae has had enough. Pae, along with around 400 other students rallied in...

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Passport changes, travel advisories won’t stop Spring Break revelers

Bill Hanna March 19, 2007

By Bill Hanna MCT Campus New passport requirements, violence in some Mexican resort towns, crowded airplanes and steadily increasing gasoline prices won't keep college students from heading out of town. The...

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Student narcissism at all-time high, SDSU researcher finds

Kendra Stiles March 19, 2007

By Kendra Stiles Kansas State Collegian MANHATTAN, Kan. (U-WIRE) - Narcissism and self-centeredness are at an all-time high among college students, according to a study conducted by researchers at San...

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