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PATH Program

San Diego Community College District helps students find the right PATH

The Careers in the Arts and Humanities panelists share their stories and experiences throughout their academic lives
Laura Montano , Multimedia Journalist April 21, 2021
The San Diego Community College District’s ‘‘Preparing Accomplished Transfers to the Humanities,’’ or PATH, program held a panel on April 14, which featured people who majored in the Arts and Humanities sharing their experiences in the industry.
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Jesus Lopez and #CityCookingChallenge

VIDEO: #CityCookingChallenge made America’s favorite dessert apple pie

Today's #CityCookingChallenge includes apple pie, America's favorite dessert
Jesus Lopez , Multimedia Journalist April 20, 2021
City Times reporter Jesus Lopez is back with #CityCookingChallenge at San Diego City College Hunger Action Day. The food was donated by San Diego Food Bank.  
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RADIO: City College Commencement to include virtual, drive-in events

Graduates invited to sign up for commencement
Joel Garcia, Multimedia Journalist April 19, 2021
San Diego City College Commencement will be a two-day event consisting of both in-person and virtual events, according to campus social media.
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17th Annual Student Project and Research Symposium

17th Annual Student Project and Research Symposium showcases student work

Food insecurity, environmental stressors and the search for identity tackled by some of City’s best
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist April 19, 2021
The 17th Annual Student Project and Research Symposium was a unique opportunity for students to present their original projects and research through visual and oral presentations, spoken word performances, podcasts and radio, and news broadcasts - and it was all streamed live on YouTube April 15. 
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Distribution of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine continues. Canva photo

VIDEO: Johnson & Johnson vaccine paused until late April

Halt in distribution comes from federal recommendation
Devon Doane, Multimedia Journalist April 16, 2021
The Center for Disease Control and the Food and Drug Administration recommended a pause on distributing the Johnson and Johnson vaccine until further review, which is expected to take place on April 23.
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Virtual Job Fair screenshot

SDCCD hosts first virtual job fair

The event featured networking with local companies about internships and jobs opportunities
Katia Pechenkina, News Editor April 16, 2021
The SDCCD Career Centers, Work-Based Learning and San Diego Workforce Partnership offered the first virtual SDCCD Job Fair on Wednesday, April 14.
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ASG President at City College

City College ASG president navigates challenges of college, COVID-19

Destiny Gallegos-Munoz wraps up her term as president this semester
Will Mauriz, Multimedia Journalist April 15, 2021
When COVID-19 hit, it closed down all facilities and presented the challenge of communicating with the student body remotely. 
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PODCAST: City Speak's talks power play in the bedroom

PODCAST: City Speak’s talks power play in the bedroom

This is the second episode of 8 for "Sex and Sexuality"
Marlena Harvey, Managing Editor April 15, 2021
“Communication is the most important tool in the bedroom," Hartley said. 
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Custom Google Map of closed San Diego high schools on April 13

BREAKING: Police activity causes three SDUSD campuses, City College to close

Students are to remain off school grounds for safety
Gabriel Schneider, Editor-in-Chief April 13, 2021
San Diego Unified School District closed San Diego High, East Village Middle College High and Garfield High school today due to police activity, wrote the district in a tweet.   
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News Radio Midday

RADIO: City College students put best work forward at virtual showcase

The 17th annual Student Project and Research Symposium highlights works from multiple departments
Assad Khalilzadeh, Multimedia Journalist April 12, 2021
San Diego City College students will showcase their best work at the Student Project and Research Symposium held virtually Thursday.
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Laurie Ann Guerrero, Texas Poet Laureatte, reads Atlas, a poem from a current project entitled Redwork, in which each poem is also represented as an embroidery piece done in the redwork style. Zoom screenshots

Former Texas poet laureate turns ancestral knowledge into art

Laurie Ann Guerrero passionately tells her stories, and those of her ancestors, through words and other mediums
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist April 12, 2021
For Laurie Ann Guerrero, former Texas poet laureate and current writer-in-residence at Texas A&M University San Antonio, writing is like breathing.
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D'Marcus Andrus

PODCAST: Music paves road for City College’s D’Marcus Andrus

Music student and military veteran recently dropped his first album
Will Mauriz, Multimedia Journalist April 9, 2021
In the episode of City Speaks, a podcast presented by the reporters of City Times, Will Mauriz talks with D'Marcus Andrus about his journey as a veteran and a City College student and making music.
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