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The band Fanny

REVIEW: ‘Fanny: The Right to Rock’

City College to host in-person and virtual screening of documentary showcasing one of the first all-women rock bands
Susana Serrano, Multimedia Editor March 16, 2022
“Fanny: The Right to Rock” is a documentary about the first all-women rock band ever to release an LP with a major record label. They started with two Filipina-American sisters and their teenage girlfriends in the 60's.
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Send Silence Packing exhibit

VIDEO/RADIO: Suicide prevention, mental health the focus of City College exhibit

Dozens of backpacks, personal stories to be shared in Curran Plaza
Christian Punzo and Stevon Marshall March 16, 2022
San Diego City College will be holding an event called “Send Silence Packing” on March 17 that focuses on mental health and encourages people to ask for help when needed.
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Audra Dent

Knights volleyball announces new head coach

Former SDSU standout Audra Dent hired as head coach for women’s indoor and sand volleyball programs
Antonio Contreras, Multimedia Journalist March 16, 2022
A new era in women’s indoor volleyball has officially begun at San Diego City College with the hiring of Audra Dent as the new head coach.
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A portion of the mural on the cafeteria wall at City College with a girl blowing into a large conch shell

City College Chicana/o Studies mural nears completion

An entire wall of the cafeteria will soon pay homage to the birth of the department and over 50 years of student activism
Kathy Archibald, Multimedia Journalist March 15, 2022
The rich, bold colors on the cafeteria wall embody the spirit that birthed the Chicana/o Studies Department at San Diego City College in 1970, portraying over 50 years of campus activism. 
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Lilac Kirkpatrick in the foreground performing, Isaiah Moore and Brandy DeBatte-Corona in the background on stage.

City College drama puts on 7th Annual Festival of Plays

Student-run production showcases eight plays that speak to the diversity of the City community
Philip Salata, News Editor March 14, 2022
The City College 7th annual Festival of Plays, which consists of eight student-written short plays, is also directed, acted, and crewed by a troupe of students who treat the opportunity as working professionals. 
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Curran Plaza San Diego City College

City College radio station set to go live March 14

City Times Sound will transform 88.3 HD-2 into San Diego’s only local music radio station
Philip Salata, Jakob McWhinney, and Skylar Eppler March 13, 2022
From student DJs airing local tunes to podcasts produced by the CTS team, HD-2 celebrates the eclectic, diverse, and far-reaching communities of the region – both past, and present.
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Mariam Mena speaks at City Women Rock

City Women Rock celebrates sixth annual summit

All in attendance received a $250 grant from San Diego City College
Susana Serrano, Multimedia Journalist March 11, 2022
To celebrate International Women's Day, San Diego City College and the City Women Rock club hosted their sixth annual summit.
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Lamont Jackson

VIDEO: A new superintendent selected for SDUSD

Daylight savings is also approaching in this week's edition of Newscene
Jillian Fortner, Executive Producer, CTTV March 9, 2022
San Diego Unified appointed a new superintendent to replace Cindy Marten, Roxy Vieira reports.
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City administrators, including President Ricky Shabazz pose together in front of an outdoor photo booth

City College celebrates employees’ full return to campus

Activities, food and school spirit were on display at Gorton Quad as faculty and staff enjoyed each others’ company
Kathy Archibald and Philip Salata March 8, 2022
Line dancing, Jenga and a taco lunch feast welcomed San Diego City College employees to Gorton Quad as part of “Welcome Back City! Week” on March 8.
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City Times Medias Jillian Fortner (left), Susana Serrano (center) and Ingrid Estrella (right)

City Times Media students acknowledged at national conference

Students who attended the ACP/JACC Conference took home 17 individual and team awards
Victor Ortiz, Jr. , Multimedia Journalist March 8, 2022
Represented by six City Times Media students along with journalism advisor and assistant professor Nicole Vargas, San Diego City College competed in several state and conference-wide competitions, winning 17 awards. 
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Potential site for student housing development. Aerial view of 6th and B street.

BREAKING: City College approved for student housing planning grant

Though hopes were set for a building grant, City will have to settle on planning first
Philip Salata, Multimedia Journalist March 8, 2022
After submitting a grant request for Senate Bill 169 funding, called the Higher Education Student Housing Grant Program, San Diego City College has been approved — partially.
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City Colleges Taleh Wade (left) and Anthony Howell (right)

City College men fall short against MiraCosta in Sweet 16

Conference rival Spartans upset No. 4 Knights, snapping their 17-game winning streak and ending their season
Antonio Contreras, Multimedia Journalist March 7, 2022
The fourth-ranked San Diego City College men’s basketball team cut a 17-point deficit to 2 points in the final seconds of Saturday’s Sweet 16 game against MiraCosta, but the Knights ultimately fell short against the No. 21 seed, 68-64, in Harry West Gym.
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