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Knights women’s basketball the last practice before the second tourney of the season.

Fresh start for Knights women basketball

City ready to host first home tournament in almost two years
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 11, 2021
City women's basketball goes to their second tourney of the 2021-2022 season at Pasadena Classic in Pasadena, CA.
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Hunger Action Day volunteer Sylvia Ramirez organizes bags of plums.

Virtual donation drive to help City College students facing food insecurity

Pack the Pantry runs through Nov. 30
Joel Garcia, Multimedia Journalist November 10, 2021
The San Diego Food Bank is teaming up with the North County Food Bank for the 3rd annual Pack the Pantry food donation drive, sponsored by California Coast Credit Union, through Nov. 30.
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Angie Barrera, City student

City College set for a full return to campus Jan. 1

Chancellor Cortez outlines new goals for City College at a NOV. 8 public forum
Philip Salata, Multimedia Journalist November 10, 2021
After a semester of experimentation with protocols to ensure a safe and manageable return to campus, district officials expressed their confidence in bringing back in-person student services at the public forum with San Diego Community College District Chancellor Carlos Turner Cortez on Nov. 8.
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Tulengua, Kelsey Bair photo

CTM debuts monthly local San Diego music playlist

The first installment features songs from disco-punk mainstays Glass Spells, bedroom pop masters Shindigs, and psych tinged hip-hop of 10-19 & The Numbermen and more
Jakob McWhinney and Skylar Eppler November 9, 2021
In an effort to shine some light on San Diego’s incredible musical offerings, we at City Times Media decided to create a monthly playlist that highlights local musicians.
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The Knight Life, Episode 4

RADIO: The Knight Life dives into the life of a San Diegan guitarist, power play in the bedroom

Show includes episodes of the Local Spotlight and Sex and Sexuality
Michelle De Nicola, Marlena Harvey, and Bita Tarani November 8, 2021
Sex and Sexuality aired its fourth episode on The Knight Life, this week diving into the life of a San Diegan guitarist and covering power play in the bedroom.
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VeteranProgram-0217 on Flickr

VIDEO: Veterans Service Center supports military coming to college

Despite being closed during the pandemic, the center continues to give support to the military affiliates on campus
Jillian Fortner, Multimedia Journalist November 8, 2021
City College is hosting a formal Veterans Day Program on November 10 at 11:30 a.m., which will take place outside the A building and stream on City’s YouTube channel.
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Two students relax under a tree in City Colleges Curran Plaza

SDCCD officials: Further changes to CA higher education needed

Educators consider the 1960s California Master Plan for Higher Education outdated and a limitation to equitable and accessible education
Jakob McWhinney and Philip Salata November 5, 2021
Though San Diego Community College District and City College officials applauded the passage of AB-927, which expanded the ability of California community colleges to offer bachelor's degrees, they argued further changes to the structure of the state’s public higher education system are necessary.
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A screenshot picture of a coffee cup and beans.

Rethinking how we experience coffee at City College

The science behind coffee as explained by City College's SACNAS chapter
Christopher Tapanes, Multimedia Journalist November 5, 2021
The World Cultures Program hosted a Zoom event that featured presentations made by students belonging to City College's national-award-winning SACNAS chapter.
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Knights men’s basketball preparing for team pictures at the last practice before their season starts. Photo by Will Mauriz/City Times

Knights basketball set to start season with new coach

Basketball season opens today with out-of-conference tourney
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 4, 2021
The Knights have its' season opener against the Fighting Cacti from Copper Mountain College.
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The door of City Colleges Extended Opportunity Programs and Services.

Email from City College officials mistakenly disclosed sensitive information of nearly a thousand students

The City College office of a state-funded program meant to support disadvantaged students inadvertently emailed a spreadsheet detailing sensitive information from 871 City students
Jakob McWhinney, Multimedia Journalist November 4, 2021
City College’s Extended Opportunity Programs & Services office sent an email on Oct. 26 about transfer opportunities that mistakenly contained a spreadsheet with sensitive student information.
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Susana Serrano makes hummus

VIDEO: Making hummus from scratch with #CityCookingChallenge haul

Feeding San Diego, San Diego Food Bank provides food for twice-monthly drives
Susana Serrano, Executive Producer, CTTV November 4, 2021
Hunger Action Day is back this month, and City Times Media multimedia journalist Susana Serrano took food home and cooked hummus for #CityCookingChallenge on Nov. 2.
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Potential site for student housing development. Aerial view of 6th and B street.

City College submits state grant request to build housing for 600 students

City College President Ricky Shabazz announces completion of next step toward securing housing project
Philip Salata, Multimedia Journalist November 3, 2021
After describing his vision for a potential student housing development to be built on the former site of the child development center at San Diego City College, President Ricky Shabazz announced the completion of a crucial step for securing funds for the project.
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