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GAME PLAY: Mass Effect 3’ ends series on a high note

March 20, 2012

All good things must come to an end. Such is the case with Bioware’s critically acclaimed “Mass Effect” trilogy — a futuristic, spacefaring epic depicting the intergalactic ventures of Commander...

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Femininity celebrated in dance

March 20, 2012

Students at City College were treated to a free showing of “Spider-Women,” a choreographed dance performance directed by City College alumnus Zaquia Mahler Salinas, and hosted by the World Cultures...

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Kicking and punching for fitness

March 20, 2012

Kickboxing class promotes fitness and self-defense City College offers courses that will not only keep you fit year round but also help you develop self-defense skills. “I will teach you to win...

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Visiting pitcher leaves Knights swinging

Visiting pitcher leaves Knights swinging

March 6, 2012

City College men’s baseball team experienced a tough home 1-5 loss to the Grossmont Griffins Feb. 29 at Morley Field. The Knights aimed to come into league play strong against the Griffins to gain...

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Students demand right to education

Students demand right to education

March 6, 2012

City College joins   other campuses in  day of protest   The campus organization Occupy San Diego City College held a walkout protest March 1 in conjunction with  a national day of action...

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Janitors rally downtown for better wages

March 6, 2012

Hundreds of union janitors marched in downtown San Diego on Feb. 24 against low wages. Accompanying signs read:   “The 1 percent profits from fear,’’ “We, the people, or they, the rich people,”...

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Veterans name new leader

February 23, 2012

Change of command makes way for new vision and direction   For the first time since its inception two years ago, City’s Veterans for Peace club will be under new leadership this semester. Navy...

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Fugitive in campus slaying arrested in Tijuana

Fugitive in campus slaying arrested in Tijuana

February 20, 2012

Tijuana police arrested the prime suspect in a slaying that united City College in October 2010. On Feb.20 San Diego police announced that Armando Perez was arrested in the early morning hours on Avenida...

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Building nears completion

Building nears completion

February 7, 2012

The daily hustle of construction workers building new facilities, student and public safety enhancements and major renovations is nothing new to City College students. With the help of a construction...

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Lady Knights bring home their first win

Lady Knights bring home their first win

February 7, 2012

After an exceptionally rocky start to the season, City College’s women’s basketball team sees light at the end of the tunnel. The Lady Knights were victorious over the Palomar Comets in a 55-54 overtime...

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Tom Hanks as Thomas Schell and Thomas Horn as Oskar in “Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close.”  Paramount Pictures

Review: Extremely emotional and incredibly good

Tom Andrew February 7, 2012

Sometimes it takes seeing things through the eyes of a child to make us realize how far we have come away from reality, truth and love. In Stephen Daldry’s beautifully directed “Extremely Loud &...

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Food baskets for the needy

November 15, 2011

The City College Food Pantry is putting together and distributing ten holiday dinner baskets to needy students. Five of the baskets will be distributed for Thanksgiving and the other five will be distributed...

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