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nights Kally Norvell and Elizabeth Hunsaker block volleyball at home match against Palomar College on Oct. 27.

Knights volleyball goes down with a fight

City’s volleyball team refocuses to end of season on a good note
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 3, 2021
The Knights volleyball team now prepares for their next challenge against the Miracosta College Spartans (14-2), who are currently ranked third in the PCAC and are still in contention for first place.
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The cast of City produced play Macbeth curtain call after their performance on Oct. 29.

REVIEW: City Theatre continues to deliver the spooky with live theatre

Director Kate Stone and students brings William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy “Macbeth” to Saville Theatre
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor November 3, 2021
City Saville Theatre hosts the Shakespearean tragedy “Macbeth,” presented to live audiences for the first time since March 2020 by the San Diego City College Visual and Performing Arts department.
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Actors perform the Twelfth Night on set

REVIEW: A Southern California version of Twelfth Night debuts

City’s modern take on Shakespeare now playing at the Saville Theater
Marlena Harvey, Editor In Chief November 2, 2021
Originally written in 1601, this modern take of a classic dramatic work by William Shakespeare was executed well by the students of City’s drama program. 
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The Knight Life, Episode 3

RADIO: The Knight Life, Ep. 3: Polyamory and polygamy lifestyles, spotlight on local band Los Shadows

Discover a band from National City and the difference between polyamory and polygamy
Michelle De Nicola and Marlena Harvey November 1, 2021
The latest episode of The Knight Life debuted the San Diego Local Spotlight, a new podcast that features musicians and bands in the region.
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Zoom screenshot of Julia Pautz demonstrating violin techniques she used while performing during a post-concert discussion with percussionist Andrew Watkins and Manager of Learning and Community Engagement for the San Diego Symphony Jesse Schiffman.

San Diego Symphony players treat City College to a virtual concert

World Cultures event showcases classical performances and a conversation with the musicians
Kathy Archibald, Multimedia Journalist October 29, 2021
San Diego City College hosted a virtual concert on Oct. 27, treating viewers to an evening of San Diego Symphony performances from the comfort of their living rooms, including a peek behind the scenes.
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City’s Yesenia Huerta running at the PCAC championship on Oct. 22

VIDEO: Women’s cross country has best showing in 32 years

Knights women place second in Pacific Coast Athletic Conference meet
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 27, 2021
The 2021 City College women's cross country team made history with a second place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference cross country championship meet.
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Active Minds volunteers stand together holding signs promoting mental health awareness

City College students promote awareness of mental health, fight stigma

Active Minds volunteers share details about upcoming programming and current resources available to students
Kathryn Gray, Managing Editor October 26, 2021
Through interactive events, guest speakers, social media and other resources, the student chapter of Active Minds at City works tirelessly to fight stigma about and open lines of communication around mental health.
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Knights Volleyball plays at home match against Imperial Valley college on Oct. 20 Zoom screen-shot

Knights volleyball edges out Imperial Valley, wins in 5

Match comes down to a fifth-set tiebreaker in favor of City College
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 25, 2021
The Knights fought through the marathon match against Pacific Coast Athletic Conference rivals Imperial Valley College on Oct. 20.
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Professor Wayne Hulgin showing art to students.

City College art gallery reopens after facing pandemic challenges

New student art exhibition running through Oct. 28
Christopher Tapanes, Multimedia Journalist October 22, 2021

Back in March 2019 when COVID-19 closed San Diego City College, the campus art gallery had just opened a student exhibition. It ran for a week before the art department was mandated to close the gallery...

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Prospective students speak to a City College outreach representative.

SDCCD officials praise new law, discuss potential candidates for bachelor’s degree expansion

Mesa president hopes her college’s experience can be a roadmap for other SDCCD schools
Jakob McWhinney and Philip Salata October 21, 2021
Current and former SDCCD officials praised the passage of AB-927, which expands and makes permanent the current pilot program that allows community colleges to develop baccalaureate programs. 
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Diangela Veras and Vicky Pineda

VIDEO: City Times Media honored with national awards

The College Media Association Pinnacle Awards honor the best college media organizations and individual workin the nation
Joel Garcia and Assad Khalilzadeh October 20, 2021
The College Media Association has released the winners of its 2020-21 Pinnacle Awards and San Diego City College's student media organization earned a pair of major honors, best two-year media outlet and best two-year website.
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New Chancellor Dr. Carlos O. Turner Cortez

A new chancellor for SDCCD faces unprecedented issues

New problems arise during the return to campus for a new leader
Marlena Harvey, Editor-In-Chief October 20, 2021
For the San Diego Community College District, a new school year after a global pandemic meant more than just reopening campuses. After being chancellor of the SDCCD for 17 years, Constance Carroll retired and Carlos Turner Cortez was chosen to replace her.
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