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City Speaks: The Future of SDS Radio

PODCAST: Dean speaks about the return of City College student radio

Jeanie Tyler talks about the student radio station’s return and working with KSDS
Joel Garcia, Multimedia Journalist June 1, 2021
Due to the City College campus being closed, Student Delivered Sound Radio has been broadcasting in an automated format without on-air talent.
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City College Food Drive

VIDEO: 5 #CityCookingChallenge recipes you can make in your kitchen this summer

The video series combats food insecurities by cooking delicious food drive meals, one bag at a time
Jesus Lopez, Multimedia Journalist May 31, 2021
Food insecurity is not an easy topic to bring up at the dinner table, even though one in three people in San Diego County is food-insecure.
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Harry West Gym

Start of City College summer semester around the corner

Classes begin June 7
Christopher Tapanes, Multimedia Journalist May 31, 2021
San Diego City College students should prepare now if they want to enroll in summer courses. At City College alone, 221 course sections are available for the term, according to mySDCCD portal.
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Lucia Huerta, Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship recipient

City College student Lucia Huerta is headed to university debt-free

Meet the inspiring Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholar who made it happen
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist May 28, 2021
In 2016 Huerta didn’t know what a community college was, and in 2021, she will transfer to one of the top four-year universities in the country to study sociology.
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Lorenzo Brooks Graduation Photo

A new outlook on life for City College graduate Lorenzo Brooks

The EOPS graduate is headed to a bright future
Rachel de la Torre, Multimedia Journalist May 28, 2021
Sociology major Lorenzo Brooks is one of the many students here at San Diego City College who is graduating this Spring 2021 semester.
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Drive-thru graduation

City College honors class of 2021 with virtual ceremony

The ceremony begins at 5 p.m. on May 28
Will Mauriz, Multimedia Journalist May 28, 2021
City College will honor its graduates with a virtual ceremony on May 28 through the site Marching Orders, an online presentation platform. The event will begin at 5 p.m.
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Landing on Our Feet

REVIEW: City College dance ends the year back on their feet

Landing on Our Feet is a five-part virtual dance performance online through Saturday
Rachel de la Torre, Multimedia Journalist May 27, 2021
City College’s dance faculty presents “Landing on Our Feet,” a five-part virtual dance performance on Vimeo through Saturday.
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Chancellor mural

City College’s chancellor mural vandalized before unveiling

The muralist repaired the piece in time for the celebration for Chancellor Constance Carroll
Gabriel Schneider, Editor-in-Chief May 27, 2021
The day before the celebration at San Diego City College, an individual vandalized the nearly complete mural that was created to honor Chancellor Constance Carroll.
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PODCAST: City Speaks Sex and Sexuality airs final episode

PODCAST: City Speaks Sex and Sexuality airs final episode

The host and guest speakers discuss what they have learned through the podcast
Marlena Harvey, Managing Editor May 27, 2021
For the final episode of City Speaks Sex & Sexuality host Marlena Harvey talks with Tristan Hartley and Laurel Marks in of San Diego City College’s Mental Health Counseling about final thoughts of the semester, and share resources for students to utilize.
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Newscene's Katia Pechenkina

VIDEO: CTTV’s Newscene releases their final show of the semester

Newscene has broadcast its shows virtually throughout the spring 2021 semester
Jillian Fortner, Multimedia Journalist May 26, 2021
Although the pandemic has prevented City College television news students from working in the on-campus studio this spring, the show must go on. CTTV's final Newscene program of the semester is a clip show that presents some of the best student news packages of the term.
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Chancellor Constance Carroll mural

SDCCD’s chancellor prepares to retire and move on to next role

Chancellor Constance Carroll has lead the district for 17 years and is retiring on June 30
Gabriel Schneider, Editor-in-Chief May 26, 2021
The San Diego Community College District is one of the largest districts in California. Chancellor Constance Carroll has been at the helm for 17 years but she is preparing to retire on June 30.
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Tatiana Butte

A pile of scholarship applications pays off for City College student

One of Tatiana Butte's 30-plus scholarship applications earned her a major award
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist May 25, 2021
In September 2020, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship recipient Tatiana Butte was trying to get by during the pandemic, taking as many classes as possible and using every free moment to focus on scholarship applications, submitting more than 30. Nine months later, her life has completely changed.
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