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December Nights

RADIO: Kick off the holiday season at December Nights

You can also learn about AES in this week's News Radio Weekly
Eliza Barranco, Multimedia Journalist December 2, 2022
December Nights is here to kick off the holiday season in San Diego with new places to explore this weekend.
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HUBU conference decorations in front of doorway

History at the heart of HUBU Conference at City College

Students, faculty come together to support male students of color
Joel Nevarez, Multimedia Journalist December 1, 2022
Looking back on growing up in Los Angeles as a man of color, Jerry Tello learned about the importance of ancestry and family. Speaking at the recent HUBU Conference at San Diego City College, the father and grandfather brought out a drum with an eagle and jaguar looking at the sun.
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City Grill

VIDEO: New grill offers City College a lunch option

The re-opening of City Grill featured in this week's Newscene Today
Jillian Fortner, CTTV Producer November 30, 2022
San Diego City College has a new lunch spot on campus.
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Imam Taha Hassane

Imam to City College: ‘I’m your neighbor’

Taha Hassane shared insight into Muslim community culture, influence
Shamere Grimes, Multimedia Journalist November 29, 2022
Students and faculty at San Diego City College had the opportunity to speak with an Imam, which is a religious leader in the Muslim culture, in an effort to learn more about the Muslim community.
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Weather Feels

RADIO: Watch the leaves fall while listening to latest ‘Weather Feels’

Host Eliza Barranco's playlist includes Rihanna, Taylor Swift and San Diego band Rain on Friday
Eliza Barranco, Multimedia Journalist November 28, 2022
The fall season is here in San Diego, a perfect time to watch the leaves fall and enjoy the cold weather while listening to music.
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SDCCD Chancellor Carlos Cortez stands in front of a screen and speaks into a black microphone

SDCCD chancellor, leadership outline priorities at City College forum

Four-year degree program, enrollment, housing and policing among topics discussed
Kathryn Gray, Editor-In-Chief November 18, 2022
Inside the warmth of the MS-140 room, faculty and staff gathered to hear Chancellor Carlos Cortez and district leadership present key priorities for SDCCD, bypassing the chilled lemonade and chewy chocolate chip cookies to settle in their seats on an unseasonably cold San Diego afternoon.
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Michelle Berger, a representative of Feeding San Diego, stands in front of a table

City College job fair provides employment, resource leads for veteran students

Event part of Veterans Day-related activities on campus
Candise Berry, Multimedia Journalist November 17, 2022
San Diego City College partnered with the Employment Committee of San Diego to show appreciation to veterans by hosting a job fair for students seeking employment and useful resources the day before Veterans Day. 
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City College Test Proctoring Center

Test proctoring, Native American History Month discussed at City College Council

College Council evaluates, discusses relevant issues to the school
Shamere Grimes, Multimedia Reporter November 15, 2022
The San Diego City College Council came together Nov. 8 to discuss a range of issues and projects that can improve the experience students have on campus, ranging from support for students with disabilities to the celebration of Native American History Month.
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The San Diego City College mens soccer team

Nigerian-born soccer player finds piece of home on City College pitch

Freshman David Agboola shared his perspective on the soccer season and how the team has talent but hasn’t lived up to its expectations
Antonio Contreras, Multimedia Journalist November 11, 2022
David Abgoola grew up playing the sport with friends and family in Oyo, an inland state in southwestern Nigeria.
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David Rojas and Raymond Butler Jr. help serve gourmet sandwiches and beverages to veterans at the San Diego City College veteran job fair

Masks not required at SDCCD, City College starting Dec. 19

A significant drop in COVID-19-related illnesses led to change in policy
Candise Berry, Multimedia Journalist November 10, 2022
Masks will be optional on San Diego Community College District campuses, including San Diego City College, starting Monday, Dec. 19, officials announced on the SDCCD website.
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Color Guard at Salute to Service

VIDEO: City College celebrates veterans with Salute to Service

City College, SDCCD will be closed on Friday, Nov. 11 in observance of Veterans Day
Donovan Roberts, Multimedia Journalist November 9, 2022
The annual Veterans Day event, celebrated this year outside the newly opened campus Veterans Service Center, honors and thanks those who have served in the military.
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Poll worker Joe Hlebica

Curiosity, code words and cute dogs: Essential poll workers share their motivations, fears

Three locals share their stories, proving poll workers are just regular folks
Kathryn Gray, Editor-in-Chief November 8, 2022
Thousands of diverse poll workers dedicate their time to make the voting process possible in San Diego.
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