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SDCCD Chancellor Emerita Constance Carroll hugs board member Maria Nieto Senour after the conclusion of the building dedication ceremony dedicated to Carroll at San Diego City College, Thursday, Jan. 25, 2024. Photo by Keila Menjivar Zamora/City Times Media

City College, district honor chancellor emerita with building dedication

Student-designed dedication graphics adorn AH building floors in tribute to the legacy of Chancellor Emerita Constance Carroll
Keila Menjivar Zamora, Multimedia journalist January 25, 2024
Student-designed dedication graphics adorn AH building floors in tribute to the legacy of Chancellor Emerita Constance Carroll.
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Knights guard Al Green rises to punctuate a second-half City College run with a dunk against Palomar College at Harry West Gym, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2024. Photo by Vince Outlaw/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball remains undefeated, beats feisty Palomar College

Five Knights score in double figures against Comets, PCAC lead on the line Wednesday at MiraCosta
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek January 24, 2024
Five Knights scored in double figures against the Comets to set up a game with the PCAC lead on the line at MiraCosta on Jan. 24.
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California Faculty Association members and supporters strike at the intersection of College Avenue and Lindo Paseo Monday, January 22, 2024. The CSU faculty union is demanding a 12% increase and other concessions from the CSU system. Photo by Marco Guajardo/City Times Media

UPDATED: CSU faculty begins their first system-wide strike this week. The City College community is watching (with gallery)

Nation's largest public university system faces faculty work stoppage amid impasse between administrators, union
Marco Guajardo, Editor-In-Chief January 22, 2024
The nation's largest public university system faces faculty work stoppage amid impasse between administrators and union.
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City College students Leonardo Vazquez and Berenice Abriz take advantage of a warm autumn afternoon under the trees in City College’s Curran Plaza. File photo by Philip Salata/City Times Media

VIDEO: Unlock your ideal study spots throughout City College

Explore the nooks on campus that match your individual study needs, habits
Tresean Osgood, Multimedia Journalist January 17, 2024
Everybody studies at San Diego City College, but only some locations are ideal for proper studying. Here’s a list of the five best study spots on campus.
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Knights guard KJay Bradley, in white, swoops in for a reverse layup under soaring Imperial Valley College’s Tahj Comeaux during the second half of the City College mens basketball game against IVC, Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2024. Bradley scored 18 to lead City. Photo by Vince Outlaw/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball continues unbeaten streak in conference play, defeats IVC

Knights’ 94-72 victory sets up battle of PCAC unbeaten teams on Jan. 17
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek January 16, 2024
Knights’ 94-72 victory sets up battle of PCAC unbeaten teams on Jan. 17.
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Knights basketball player Dillon Cubit shoots from under the basket against Chabot College in Harry West Gym, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. The 6-foot-9 freshman forward started the Jan. 3 game against Mesa College in place of regular starter Kevin Moore. Photo by Sean Monney/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball remains unbeaten with convincing win over rival Mesa

Knights move to 3-0 in PCAC, face first away game Friday at Southwestern
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek January 4, 2024
The Knights move to 3-0 in the PCAC and face first away game Friday at Southwestern College.
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PODCAST: Inspired by estate-sale journal find, XOXO Gina centers on the female experience

PODCAST: Inspired by estate-sale journal find, ‘XOXO Gina’ centers on the female experience

Debut episode recounts host's experience coming across deceased woman's diary
Frida Tellez, Producer, CT Sound December 20, 2023
Debut episode recounts host's experience coming across deceased woman's diary.
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VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball welcomes holiday break with second conference win

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball welcomes holiday break with second conference win

Aggressive defense leads Knights to lopsided 96-57 victory over Cuyamaca heading into an 8-day break
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek December 19, 2023
The win pushes the Knights’ early conference record to 2-0 with the bulk of conference and then postseason play starting at home on Jan. 3 against San Diego Mesa. 
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Manuel Paul Lopez reads an excerpt from his book The Yearning Feed (2013) in front of a student-heavy audience, December 7, 2023. Photo by Eve McNally/City Times Media

Professor, writer Manuel Paul López encourages City College students to pursue creative writing

The community college graduate is an inspiration to students
Eve McNally, Multimedia Journalist December 18, 2023
“Nerve Curriculum” tells stories in a number of different poems and scenes, the product of Professor López “flirting” with theater, drama, and plays.
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SDCCD Acting Chancellor Greg Smith presents at the SDCCD Classified Leadership Development Academy Spring/Summer 2023, June 29, 2023. Photo courtesy of SDCCD Flickr

New SDCCD chancellor-designate Smith continues work toward district strategic vision

Smith announced at the Dec. 14 board meeting as the new chancellor for state’s second-largest community college district
Marco Guajardo, Editor-in-Chief December 15, 2023
The chancellor-designate will manage a $1 billion district budget, focus on maximizing enrollment and retention, while managing the district’s 2023-2030 District Strategic Plan.
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Knights basketball player Al Green shoots a free throw against Chabot College in Harry West Gym, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. The 6-foot-3 sophomore guard  led the team in both scoring (20) and steals (5) in the PCAC-opening win over Grossmont College on Dec. 13. Photo by Sean Monney/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: Knights men’s basketball dominate in conference opener

32-point victory over Grossmont begins quest for Pacific Coast Athletic Conference title
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek December 15, 2023
A 32-point victory over Grossmont marks the beginning of the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference title quest for the Knights.
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The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees selected Acting Chancellor Greg Smith to be the district’s new chancellor at its Dec. 14 meeting. From left, Craig Milgrim and Marìa Nieto Senour join Smith and Geysil Arroyo at the meeting held at the district office. Photo by Marco Guajardo/City Times Media

BREAKING: No longer acting, Smith moves into chancellor role for SDCCD

Hiring comes on the heels of a months-long search
Marco Guajardo, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2023
The hiring comes on the heels of a months-long chancellor search.
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