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Sarah Guzman stands silently during City College’s memorial for Diana Gonzalez in Gorton Quad on Oct. 11. Gonzalez was killed on campus Oct. 12 in 2010. Troy Orem, City Times

Commemorating victims of abuse

October 23, 2012

Amidst heartbreaking pauses and tearful eyes, people who knew Diana Gonzalez recounted the unaccomplished hopes and dreams she once had. City College hosted...

Elephant vs. donkey: Students have a clear choice in November

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, left, and U.S. President Barack Obama shake hands before the first presidential debate at Denver University on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, in Denver, Colorado.

Fahima Paghmani

October 22, 2012

President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney bump heads in many areas, but when the attention is pointed towards education, both parties could not emphasize...

Photographers wanted

Photographers wanted

May 17, 2012

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Expo celebrates learning

Expo celebrates learning

May 8, 2012

Research and projects fill Gorton Quad   A high-energy exhibition showcasing the variety, shared experiences and scholastic development at City ...

Age 16 and graduating

Age 16 and graduating

May 8, 2012

City College can soon list 16-year-old Ashley Mittelman among its alumni. Mittelman graduated high school with the class of 2011 from Mount Shasta High...

Focusing on greatness

Focusing on greatness

May 8, 2012

More than 500 entries were accepted from nearly 100 photographers at the annual Juried Student Photography Exhibition. All entrants in the contest are...

Blockbusters battle for the records

Blockbusters battle for the records

May 8, 2012

The summer is a time for beaches, long nights outdoors and summer blockbuster films. Here is a rundown of what you can expect to see this summer and what...

City baseball already looking to next season

May 8, 2012

San Diego City College’s baseball team finished the 2012 season with a 10-15 record. Though the Knights failed to make the playoffs, coach Chris Brown and his players have made great accomplishments. Second baseman, freshman Fabian Casio stepped up to take on the position of lead off hitter.  Casio recorded 17 runs, 43 hits and 3 doubles this season. “He had a...

Peace-ing together communities

April 24, 2012

Conference addresses systems of oppression   The fifth annual San Diego Peace Building Conference was at the City College Career Technology Center April 14. This year’s theme was “Creating Peace by Addressing Systems of Oppression.” The main focus of the event was to help get people involved in making a difference and the variety of organizations and work...

Game Play: Bewitched by ‘Witcher 2’

April 24, 2012

“The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings” was released by the relatively unknown Polish developer CD Project RED in 2011 for the PC, and though not as commercially successful or well known as other similar titles it managed to be one of the greatest games of its genre that I’ve ever played. In the months following its release CD Project RED treated fans with updates addressing...

You’re a good play, Charlie Brown

April 24, 2012

A much beloved children’s classic provided some sunshine on a rainy day when the “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” musical premiered at the Saville Theatre  April 13. Despite the dreary weather a large audience turned out for the first night of the school musical and the performance went off without a hitch. According to professor June Richards, who serves as...

Big Band performs a melodic ballet

April 24, 2012

San Diego State University jazz ensemble graces City’s stage   The San Diego State University Big Band came to the Saville Theatre for Jazz 88.3’s ongoing Jazz Live concert series April 10, and I’m not sure if this review can do them justice. As the crowd shuffled into the theater, taking their seats, there was the familiar pre-concert vibe of blended anticipa...

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