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Digital Journalism program receives special honors

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

May 12, 2015

San Diego City College’s Digital Journalism program recently received awards for the publications City Times and Legend magazine from the American Scholastic Press Association and the Journalism Association of Community Colleges state conference. The Radio/Television/Film program's “Newscene” broadcast also received honors from the Journalism Association of Community...

Cell phone thefts reported at ECC

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

May 12, 2015

At least three incidents of cell phone theft have been reported at the Education Cultural Complex, according to a Safety Alert issued by the San Diego Community College District Police Department. The suspects who campus police believe are responsible for the thefts on campus are described as one African-American juvenile and two Hispanic adult males. All three suspects...

TV students’ work catches FBI attention

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

May 8, 2015

Three San Diego City College student journalists were questioned by authorities before and after capturing video in front of San Diego’s FBI building on April 7 for a report on sex trafficking. Abtin Mohammadi, Daniela Porter and a third student who doesn’t want to be identified were recording a stand-up report for "Newscene," City College’s student broadcast news...

No laughing matter

No laughing matter

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

April 21, 2015

Art is something that is subjective. Not everyone is going to like every piece of literature, music, etc., that is out there. Chances are, if you gave...

Week of Service begins April 13

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

April 7, 2015

San Diego City College students will have the opportunity to help give back to the community during the Week of Service starting April 13. The semester-by-semester event, organized by ASG, Inter Club Council and Student Affairs, offers students the choice between two places that they can volunteer for. Students can either choose to serve meals to the homeless at St. Vincent...

ASG election dates extended by a week due to low turnout

ASG election dates extended by a week due to low turnout

March 24, 2015

In an effort to get more students involved with Associated Students Government, Student Affairs extended the election dates for the upcoming election in...

City takes the gold: San Diego City College takes first place for Best College/University
 on Best of Downtown 2014 list

City takes the gold: San Diego City College takes first place for Best College/University
 on Best of Downtown 2014 list

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 24, 2015

San Diego City College received a gold ranking for Best College/University on the Best of Downtown List 2014, beating out San Diego State University, which...

Sketch of sexual battery suspect released

Sketch of sexual battery suspect released

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 24, 2015

An artist’s rendering of the suspect in the March 3 sexual battery incident at San Diego City College was released via safety alert issued by the San...

Legend magazine a finalist for a Maggie Award

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 24, 2015

San Diego City College campus magazine was named as a finalist from the Western Publishing Association (WPA) for Best Print Publication/Student for the 2015 Maggie awards. The summer-fall 2014 edition of Legend magazine was one of four student publications in the nation named as a finalist alongside other student publications such as Tusk from Cal State Fullerton and The...

Everybody plays: A look at video games’ most outspoken critic, why her arguments for change of gender tropes are misguided

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 15, 2015

To advocate for an issue that you're passionate about is admirable, however, to demonize an entire group of people in the name of the issue your advocating for is completely and utterly wrong. Take that mindset and apply it to one of the most controversial pop culture issues surrounding one of the most popular forms of entertainment and you’ll end up being knocked out...

SoundBreak: Punk’s not dead: A look at some of punk rock’s best albums, artists and eras

SoundBreak: Punk’s not dead: A look at some of punk rock’s best albums, artists and eras

March 11, 2015

Rising from the ashes of the rebelliousness of the early ‘70s, punk rock became more than just some run-of-the-mill musical genre “that the kids were...

Sexual battery reported at City College

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 4, 2015

A San Diego City College student reported an incident of sexual battery while walking from campus March 3. According to a Safety Alert released by the San Diego Community College District, the incident occurred at approximately at 8:10 p.m. when an unknown suspect pulled the victim behind a dumpster near the Learning Resource Center, placed the victim in a bear hug and grabbed...

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