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Petrone volunteering at an after school program in East Atlanta, Georgia. Courtesy photo.

Student makes it his goal to ‘Cultivate Kindness’ at City College

Leeann Rose September 18, 2013

In a world consumed by chaos, poverty, war and greed, staying positive can become a difficult task. If you happen to be an individual looking for an answer in these troublesome times, you can find it here...

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Carolina Moreno sitting at her desk. Chris Handloser, City Times.

A.S.G. President overcomes obstacles and rises to prominence

Christopher Handloser September 18, 2013

Carolina Moreno took the road less traveled to prominence. Initially a high school dropout, then a single mother and a cancer survivor, the newly elected Associated Student Government (ASG) president has...

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The greenhouse is the latest addition to Citys urban farm.

Seeds @ City strives to receive $15,000 grant

Torrey Spoerer September 14, 2013

Seeds @ City Urban Farm has entered a voting contest to win a $15,000 grant from Gardens for Good, an agricultural fundraising program sponsored by organic packaged food producers Nature's Path. Students...

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Charlie XCX at the House of Blues in San Diego over the summer. Issa Lozano, City Times.

A pop star with substance

Issa Lozano September 14, 2013

You've probably heard singer-songwriter Charli XCX’s Billboard number-one single "I Love It" with Icona Pop playing non-stop on major radio stations. With its catchy lyrics and infectious hook, ...

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Peer counselors discuss some of the new services that will be available to student veterans this semester during a meeting at an open house event on Aug. 29. Torrey Spoerer, City Times.

Outreach to Student Veterans progresses with new services this semester

Torrey Spoerer September 8, 2013

If you’re a veteran student at City College who is seeking available services and group support, you are not alone. In fact, you are one of many.The Veterans Support Network is a new program of the...

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Campus officers direct pedestrians making their way back to the campus along 16th Street shortly after the alarm stopped on Thursday afternoon in the V Building. Mary Watson, City Times.

Fire alarm crashes classes

Mary Watson September 8, 2013

A fire alarm chased the occupants of the V building to the scorching streets Thursday afternoon, disrupting classes.Campus police officers raced up the stairs to the fifth floor of the Career Technology...

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Protesters rally against possible U.S. involvement in war with Syria

September 4, 2013

Jessica RamirezA variety of signs could be seen during a rally protesting possible U.S. military involvement in a war against Syria. Protesters held up signs during the event which was held in conjunction...

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Students convene inside the MS Building courtyard on Aug. 21. Torrey Spoerer, City Times.

Summer ends for City College students

Jennifer Manalili August 27, 2013

For City College students, summer came to an end when the fall semester began last week.Professors opened their doors and staff were on campus to welcome both returning students as well as new ones on...

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Don’t settle for McDonald’s

Michelle Moran August 25, 2013

The fall semester has just begun, so school is going to feel like a second home again for me and I’m sure many of you. And if you’re like me, you don’t like eating super unhealthy very...

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Construction crews continue making progress on the new Science Building which is set to open for spring 2014. Torrey Spoerer, City Times.

Summer transformation for City

Michelle Moran, City Times August 18, 2013

Many students at City College might be curious as to when the construction on campus will finally be over. It may seem like the process remains never ending, but there has been a vast amount of change...

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Dr. Lynn Neault. Chancellors Office.

Interim president named

Jennifer Manalili August 16, 2013

Dr. Lynn Neault has been appointed as the interim president of City College, following the recent retirement of Terrence Burgess.Neault began her position on Aug. 1. And with a career history that includes...

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New digital journalism classes launched

Allison Browne August 16, 2013

Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s, City College’s journalism program produced a yearbook by the name of “Legend.” Now, nearly 60 years later, the name is being revived as the title...

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