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Food baskets for the needy

November 15, 2011

The City College Food Pantry is putting together and distributing ten holiday dinner baskets to needy students. Five of the baskets will be distributed for Thanksgiving and the other five will be distributed during Christmas. Although there are only ten baskets that will be distributed, the food pantry staff said those ten baskets will help. “Even if you only help...

Concert series jams in quad again to lighten student life

November 15, 2011

City College’s Associated Student Government has brought back afternoon concert series, as some might remember from spring. This is the first year that the ASG has been able to organize a program that promotes local bands by having them come on campus and showcase their talents as an entertaining way to ease the stresses of school for the students and help provide a little...

‘Smokey Joe’s:” enthralling and fun

November 6, 2011

City College's production of “Smokey Joe's Cafe” opened on Oct. 28. and featured talented vocalists that held their own against a background with no story. This is not a traditional musical but a revue, a production that is comprised of multiple acts that combine elements of music, dance and sketches. The line-up consists of almost 40 songs and has a total running time...

Food pantry feeds those in need

October 25, 2011

After a bit of turbulence, this year’s food pantry program at City College is back in action, thanks especially to a successful food drive that concluded Oct. 14 and was hosted by the athletic department. According to Kathy McGinnis, dean of health, exercise science and athletics, the food drive was able to collect 2167 pounds of food — an amount that food pantry coordinators...

Walk brings suicide to light

October 25, 2011

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention held its Out of Darkness suicide prevention walk Oct. 15 at De Anza Cove in Mission Bay. This year’s walk honored the lives of service members who were lost to suicide. The event brought in about 800 people and raised about $28,000 in donations. A wellness fair was held at the walk; comprised of 35 organizations that are...

‘Wearing my helmet saved my life’

October 25, 2011

It is crazy how one person’s actions can impact another person’s financial well being, piece of mind, and happiness so greatly. I was on my motorcycle heading home from a very relaxing yoga class. I needed to get home, change, and head to the Seville theatre to cover a jazz concert for the school paper. I was almost home when I noticed a car about a block and a half...

Festival brings focus to campus farming

Festival brings focus to campus farming

October 25, 2011

Seeds at City celebrated their hard work and welcomed in the new season with a fall festival that was held on Oct. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “The...

Run, run as fast as you can

Run, run as fast as you can

October 25, 2011

Cross Country is a sport that is seldom highlighted. Whether you think it is worthy of the title of a sport or not, think about running your ultimate best...

Help for times of crisis

Help for times of crisis

October 11, 2011

As students at City College, everyday life can become a little stressful. That is why City College offers Mental Health Counseling Services, located...

Perspective: Poor military policy finally repealed after thousands unfairly discharged

Perspective: Poor military policy finally repealed after thousands unfairly discharged

October 11, 2011

What is the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions military service members? Is it courage? Bravery? Patriotism? In many instances...

San Diego is now occupied

San Diego is now occupied

October 7, 2011

"We are the 99 percent! We are the 99 percent!" shouted the the crowd as it walked down the streets of downtown San Diego. Whistles and drums could...

Lupian is two coaches in one

Lupian is two coaches in one

September 27, 2011

Men’s Tennis Head Coach Brandon Lupian starts the fall with a new challenge, shooting free throws. Lupian was named the Women’s Basketball Head...

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