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Sophomore tennis player David Lin hits the ball during the doubles round against Palomar College on March 17 at the SDCC Tennis Courts. Photo credit: David Pradel

Eiffel state of mind: Sophomore Tennis player David Lin selected to receive 3C4A Achievement Award

David Pradel, Sports Editor March 24, 2015
Sophomore Tennis player David Lin selected to receive 3C4A Achievement Award
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Freshman Emerald Liu (front) and sophomore Gina Niph (back) both compete in the doubles round of the second annual Mesa College Badminton Tournament on March 20, where  Liu and Niph made it to the semifinals of the doubles bracket. Photo credit: David Pradel

March madness: Women’s badminton team competes in the Mesa College tournament

David Pradel, Sports Editor March 24, 2015

After eight hours of badminton at the second annual Mesa College Badminton Tournament, the players from the San Diego City College women’s badminton team found success among four other teams on March...

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Officer J. Stone of the Campus Police department speaks with Umoja president Tony Givens about how to get in touch with officers during the Coffee With A Cop event March 12 in the BT/AH Quad. Photo credit: Angelica Wallingford

Equipped with coffee and conversation

Holly Bridges and Aldo Ramírez March 24, 2015

The San Diego Community College District Police Department shared smiles over cups of coffee with students for the fourth annual Coffee with a Cop event held on campus where students, staff and faculty...

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Rancid lead guitarist Lars Frederiksen performing at House of Blues Las Vegas on July 2013. Photo by Tyler Newton.

SoundBreak: Punk’s not dead: A look at some of punk rock’s best albums, artists and eras

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief March 11, 2015
A look at some of punk rock’s best albums, artists and eras
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Adjunct professor Ian Duckles addresses students and staff gathered at Gorton Quad on Feb. 25 to raise awareness about the ongoing struggle of part-time
teaching staff at community colleges and universities at the local and state level. Shrinking budgets have made it economically beneficial for schools to  rely heavily on their adjunct faculty, who make less money and receive fewer benefits than their full-time counterparts Photo credit: Joe Kendall

Part-time professors rally for full-time equality

Phoenix Webb March 10, 2015

More than 100 adjunct instructors and their supporters took another stand against inequality with a rally Feb. 25 at San Diego City College. The rally was organized by Ian Duckles on behalf of Associated...

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Mixed Martial Arts Club founders Roman Sanchez and Samuel Castorena work punching combination drills during a kickboxing class in the P building. Photo credit: Joe Kendall

Pulling all the punches: Students get on the mat and exchange blows for new MMA club on campus

Cherelle Roberts March 10, 2015
Students get on the mat and exchange blows for new MMA club on campus
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During the first half of the second round of the CCCAA Southern Regional Playoffs, freshman Marcus Brumsey goes up to get two points in the paint against West L.A. on Feb. 27 in the Harry West Gym. Photo credit: David Pradel

Basketball wraps in disappointment

Men's basketball team suffers loss in the playoff stage against West L.A.
David Pradel, Sports Editor March 10, 2015
Men's basketball team suffers loss in the playoff stage against West L.A.
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New Playstation 4 game “Bloodborne” has players explore the world of Yharnam where they fight off monsters and other creatures of the nights. Official image, Playstaition.

March gaming madness

Nowell Montejo, Co-Arts & Features Editor March 10, 2015
Look forward to these intriguing titles coming out this month
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Freshman Jordann Hernandez (left) and freshman Dale Guiterrez (right) both lead the Knights womens and mens tennis teams as the second half of the season swings into action. Photo credit: David Pradel

Tenacity strikes Knights

David Pradel, Sports Editor March 10, 2015

As the tennis season swings into its halfway point, the men’s and women’s tennis teams at San Diego City College are looking to make a strong push to add more wins to their overall record. The women’s...

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Sexual battery reported at City College

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief March 4, 2015

A San Diego City College student reported an incident of sexual battery while walking from campus March 3. According to a Safety Alert released by the San Diego Community College District, the incident...

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Stella Public House utilizes a woodfire oven to serve a variety of neo-Italian homestyle cuisine. Photo credit: Joe Kendall

Student Eats: Stella Public House hosts dual dining at a great price

Edgar Inda March 1, 2015

Sitting in the middle of new housing developments in East Village, a shining new restaurant stands hidden in the scene of what appears to be a small retail office building. Stella Public House offers a...

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In the top of the ninth inning, Knights sophomore pitcher Kyle Peeler seals the 6-0 victory against Southwestern College by striking out Sammy Perez on Feb. 24 at Morley Field. Photo credit: David Pradel

Peeler peels off first conference win for Knights baseball

David Pradel, Sports Editor February 27, 2015

Through nine innings of play, sophomore starting pitcher Kyle Peeler led the Knights Baseball team to a 6-0 home victory against Southwestern College by throwing a complete game shutout with three strikeouts...

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