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T-Shirts produced by San Diego Republic, a private venture of San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll and business partner public radio host Martha Barnette are displayed in Simply Local at the Headquarters at Seaport District. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

Troy Orem, Photo Editor October 29, 2014

San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll has started a new personal project with close friend and public radio host Martha Barnette. The clothing and accessory venture, called...

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Author Lysley Tenorio reads excerpts from his book “Monstress,” the 2014 One Book, One San Diego selection in V-101 during the Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair Oct. 16. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Miguel Cid October 28, 2014

On Oct. 13 City College began its ninth annual international book fair. The week long event ran until Oct. 20 and featured new and returning writers taking part in readings and discussions throughout the...

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Sophomore forward Nyadoup Lam attacks the basket with a finger-roll lay-up during practice on Oct. 22. Photo credit: David Pradel

Women’s basketball team looking to reach playoffs

David Pradel, Sports Editor October 28, 2014

Before the games and tournaments and before the sound of the buzzer that rings throughout the court and decides the fate of two teams – it is the long hours of practice from week to week that decides...

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Students gather in MS-451 to participate in the student-led forum Sept. 30. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

Students in Power host forum

Miguel Cid October 28, 2014

With tension still high in Ferguson, Mo., City College club Students in Power hosted an open forum to discuss police brutality, the judicial system, the prison system and how the forces operate towards...

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The Liv Green Smoothie contains cactus, pineapple and various fruits. The Chicken Salad Sandwich includes baby spinach, red onion, slices of avocado and provolone cheese. Photo credit: Franchesca Walker

Student Eats: Healthy options on the hill

Franchesca Walker October 28, 2014

Juice bars and smoothie spots have recently become popular in San Diego. One is located on University Avenue in a bright orange building in Hillcrest: Liv Juice Bar. Outside, a banner reads “Raw juices"...

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Sophomore guard Chris Burton receiving an alley-opp pass for the slam dunk from freshman guard Marcus Brumsey #2 during practice on Oct. 20. Photo credit: David Pradel

Men’s basketball team preparing for another winning season

Franchesca Walker October 28, 2014

The loud echoes from the basketballs hitting the hardwood court can be heard the moment you walk into the Harry West Gymnasium as the City College men's basketball team could be seen training hard and...

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Ariana Siegel and Jedi Taylor perform an intimate dance at the bottom of the Business Technology buildings back stairwell. Photo credit: Torrey Spoerer

New rhythm runs through campus

Torrey Spoerer October 14, 2014

Hundreds of spectators and dance enthusiasts paid a visit to City College for their first stop on the San Diego Dance Theater’s 16th annual Trolley Dances tour’s first day on Saturday, Sept. 27. The...

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Josh Higgins and President Barack Obama. Courtesy Photo.

A dream filled with designs

Kenan Jackson October 14, 2014

Life goals and dreams change from time to time for many. Former City College student Josh Higgins is a great example of that. After graduating from the City College graphic design program, he went from...

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The Clash bassist Paul Simonon smashing his bass during a 1979 New York City concert at The Palladium. Photo by Pennie Smith.

SoundBreak: Going back to basics with a punk classic

Angelica Wallingford October 14, 2014

Music has gotten really electronic and computerized over the years. You can’t turn on a radio station or download an album without hearing songs saturated with Auto-Tune or being horribly compressed....

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Sophomores Lisette Kelly (#15) and Mia Torres (#22)  block  the ball from  an opponent from College of the Desert during the San Diego City College tournament on Sept. 27 where they finished second  overall out of 13 teams. Photo credit: Troy Orem

The Knightly battles at the net

David Pradel, Sports Editor October 14, 2014

The San Diego City College women’s volleyball team is off to its best start since 2009 with an overall record of 7-5, and is ranked 23 in the latest California Community College Women’s Volleyball...

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San Diego City College President Anthony Beebe greets teachers and staff at an Aug. 4 mixer. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Beebe on a mission to promote social justice

Phoenix Webb October 14, 2014

San Diego City College's new president, Anthony Beebe, is pursuing a new mission for the campus. “City College needs to develop new, modern definitions and approaches to civil, nonviolent, respectful,...

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San Diego City College President Anthony Beebe greets teachers and staff at an Aug. 4 mixer. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Beebe on a mission to promote social justice

Phoenix Webb October 14, 2014

San Diego City College's new president, Anthony Beebe, is pursuing a new mission for the campus.“City College needs to develop new, modern definitions and approaches to civil, nonviolent, respectful,...

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