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A memorial service for Armstrong will be held Feb. 19 at the Encanto Park Recreational Center.
Call (619) 527-3411 for more information. (Courtesy image)

Campus mourns beloved activist

Christopher Handloser February 11, 2014

City College lost 10-year attendee, small business leader, and student activist, Terry Armstrong, to a heart attack on Jan. 11. The family held a private memorial for her Jan. 19. Armstrong, 52, was the...

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Coach Alan Rivera joins president Neault, ASG president Carolina Moreno, Officer Sean McPhearson, and many others in a flash mob dance.Photo credit: Joe Kendall

100 years a happy feat

Kaily Sanders February 11, 2014

It was all fun and games until the police showed up. Interim President Lynn Neault was addressing the crowd at the first Centennial celebration, “Launch of a Legacy” on Jan. 29 in Gorton Quad. Then,...

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The basketball team, other Lady Knights squads, faculty, local media and students prior to the 2K Fun Run that started in the Gorton Quad and wound through campus. Chris Handloser, City Times.

Campus strides into ‘Live Well’ initiative

Leeann Rose December 18, 2013

San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts joined administration and faculty in celebrating the proclamation of City College as Live Well San Diego’s first collegiate partner Nov. 14. The event, enjoyed...

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Construction for the new campus went underway on Nov. 13. Torrey Spoerer, City Times.

Continuing Education campus to open in Barrio Logan in 2015

Torrey Spoerer December 5, 2013

Construction is under way for the San Diego Continuing Education - Cesar Chavez Campus, scheduled for completion in 2015. Located at the corner of Main Street and Cesar E. Chavez Parkway, the former Chuey's...

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Batman as seen in the Batman Arkham: Origins video game. Official Facebook image.

Does the ‘Arkham’ series really need a prequel?

Ahmad Blue November 14, 2013

"Batman: Arkham Origins," the third installment in the Arkham series has received a lot of hype months prior to release so, does the game live up to that hype or did it fail as a prequel? Yes and no, but...

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City Times at the San Diego Press Clubs 40th Annual Excellence in Journalism Awards. Clockwise from left to right: Adam Baird, former Editor-in-Chief Troy Orem, Adam Burkhart, current Editors-in-Chief Allison Browne and Jennifer Manalili, and Fahima Paghmani. The City Times staff was named best college newspaper and won first place college news site.

City Times takes home Best in Show

Jennifer Manalili November 13, 2013

City Times was recently awarded with two prestigious first place honors -- winning both best college newspaper and first place college news site -- at the San Diego Press Club’s 40th annual Excellence...

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The Diana Gonzalez mural was finally unveiled to honor her memory on Nov. 1. Chris Handloser, City Times.

Mural ‘speaks life and love’ for Gonzalez’ family

Christopher Handloser November 13, 2013

Celebrants of Dia de los Muertos invite the souls of departed loved ones to return for a visit. For the loved ones of Diana Gonzalez, this year’s holiday delivered a bittersweet victory. For the...

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Local reggae band Piracy Conspiracy makes their radio debut

Jennifer Ovalle November 13, 2013

Navigating the local reggae scene since 2010, Piracy Conspiracy is one of the local bands that have not only garnered a growing fan base of all ages, but has recently had some frequent airtime by local...

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Author overcomes adversity

Author overcomes adversity

Ahmad Blue October 30, 2013

Have you ever had an annoying little itch on your nose? Now, imagine not being able to scratch it. That was one of the small things things Professor Humberto Gurmilan was unable to do for himself after...

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Officials and students strive to find the Gonzalez mural a home

Christopher Handloser October 30, 2013

City College’s administration, members of student clubs and their faculty advisers and student government leaders are working together to determine the fate of a mural depicting Diana Gonzalez, a...

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Children playing in the garden at the Child Development Center.

Child Development Center assists student parents with child care

Aiesha Harrison October 17, 2013

“He’s learning numbers, colors, shapes songs and books!” says Ronata Knapper, eagerly sharing the new learning and cognitive skills her three-year-old son has gained from the San Diego...

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Approximately 250 people attended the memorial service held for Coach Jim Colbert on Oct. 6.

Campus honors beloved coach

Jennifer Manalili October 17, 2013

“He fought a good fight, finished the race and he kept the faith,” said a pastor who spoke during a memorial service to celebrate the life of Coach Jim Colbert.Colbert left an impression on...

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