City Times

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...

Beauty on the cheap

Beauty on the cheap

September 27, 2011

Cosmetology Deparment offers services at half the cost to students   Walking into City College’s Cosmetology Department is not unlike going in...

Frugal Foodie: A ‘1950’s style’ burger joint

Frugal Foodie: A ‘1950’s style’ burger joint

September 27, 2011

Smashburger is a burger joint, but not like McDonald’s, Burger King, Carl’s Jr. or In-n-Out. It’s a real burger joint. The atmosphere, the seating,...

On second thought…

On second thought...

September 27, 2011

SD District Attorney cancels controversial campus visit   San Diego District Attorney and mayoral candidate Bonnie Dumanis canceled her lecture ...

Sanctioned torture?

September 27, 2011

Lawyer challenges students and faculty to think about how torture is used   A hotly charged, politically incorrect lecture in the faculty staff room Sept. 20 provoked students to rush in to hear a leading lawyer in San Diego speak U.S. government torture. The event, as part of Constitution Week, was led by the uncensored and at times fervent attorney, Ezekiel E. Corte...

Movie Review: ‘One Day’ feels like decades

Tom Andrew

September 15, 2011

Gorgeous locations, beautiful cinematography, and a lush soundtrack cannot compensate for a bad script, bad editing, and unfortunate miscasting. “One Day” is the story of Emma and Dexter who share a night together on July 15, 1988, which also happens to be their college graduation day. The film follows their relationship for 20 years on the anniversary of their first...

A leading cause of death is 100 percent preventable

September 15, 2011

“Suicide is 100 percent preventable. If we stress awareness and education about the matter, lives can be saved,” said Abigail Burd, a Mental Health counselor at City College. City College’s Mental Health Center collaborated with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Yellow Ribbon Society of San Diego to promote National Suicide Prevention Week by hosting...

Parking problems persist

Parking problems persist

August 30, 2011

Construction continues to disrupt the flow of traffic on campus Although student permits are not required to be displayed until Sept. 6, the parking ...

Petitioning leads to arrest

August 30, 2011

An activist was struck in the face in the free speech section of Gorton Quad on Aug. 23 after interfering with a petition circulator who was collecting signatures. According to Campus Police, Sgt. Jordan Mirakian, there was a dispute  at approximately 10:45 a.m. that led to an arrest for battery. City College dispatch received a call about a disturbance between two individuals...

City College Ccontrustion Aug. 24

Building up higher education

August 30, 2011

Structures begin to take form as a new semester begins   The sound of construction continues to batter on as people weave their way through cam...

Toddler kidnapped from campus found safe in South Bay

Ernesto Lopez and Ernesto Lopez

May 10, 2011

A 2-month-old who was kidnapped from her mother May 4 around 1:30 p.m. from the grounds of San Diego City College later was found safe in San Ysidro with the woman suspected of taking the child. The woman who is being described as black, 35 to 40 years old, about 5 feet 6 inches tall and heavy, had pretended to be a day care provider at the campus Child Development Center,...

The news site of San Diego City College
TOP STORIES