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Songs for the lovers, the haters and everyone in-between

Songs for the lovers, the haters and everyone in-between

February 14, 2015

Every Feb. 14 people in relationships do the exact same thing. Grab some flowers, a heart-shaped box of assorted chocolates, a generic Hallmark card with...

SoundBreak: Who should take the Grammy home?

SoundBreak: Who should take the Grammy home?

February 4, 2015

Over the years, the Grammys have gone from being an achievement most artists and musicians strive for to something that some turn a blind eye to. Music’s bi...

Perez receives life sentence

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

February 4, 2015

Armando Gabriel Perez received life in prison without the possibility of parole plus one year for the 2010 murder of former San Diego City College student and his estranged wife Diana Gonzalez on Jan. 16. According to U-T San Diego, Perez, 41, was denied motions to withdraw his guilty plea to not guilty by reason of insanity by San Diego Superior Court Judge Charles Rogers...

A campus divided

A campus divided

December 18, 2014

Off in the corner of a somewhat vacant part of campus, only steps away from the social hub that is City College’s cafeteria sits the Associated Students...

SoundBreak: AKB48’s Team K steps out of the classic J-pop box

SoundBreak: AKB48’s Team K steps out of the classic J-pop box

December 10, 2014

Looking back, 2008 was a very interesting year for music. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” reached its 25th anniversary, pop punk pioneers The Get Up...

Square Enix drops a game-changer with ‘Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix’

Square Enix drops a game-changer with ‘Kingdom Hearts 2.5 HD Remix’

December 10, 2014

Oh, nostalgia. So long are the days where controllers had wires extending to the console and games weren’t running in high definition. Sometimes gamers...

Journalism department receives prestigious awards

Angelica Wallingford

December 9, 2014

The City College Digital Journalism Program won several awards from the San Diego Press Club and the Associated Collegiate Press. Legend magazine received numerous awards from Press Club for its summer-fall 2014 issue including College Print: Sports and College Print: CM – Photography. City Times also won for College Print: News. In addition to the Press Club, Lege...

Guilty plea in Gonzalez murder case

Guilty plea in Gonzalez murder case

November 25, 2014

Armando Gabriel Perez entered a guilty plea for the 2010 murder of former San Diego City College student Diana Gonzalez on the first day of the trial on...

Best of Asian cinema comes to San Diego

Best of Asian cinema comes to San Diego

November 20, 2014

With the credits rolled and the screens at the theaters already faded to black, the 15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival proved to be a star-studded...

Transcending gender in Asian cinema

Transcending gender in Asian cinema

November 19, 2014

Seats in V-101 were filled quickly with students and staff to listen to Pacific Arts Movement’s Artistic Director Brian Hu introduce the 15th Annual...

Stop the massive hype over the seasonal pumpkin spice

Angelica Wallingford

November 18, 2014

Every year around fall, there’s an orange-eyed monster that rears its ugly head. It makes girls in Uggs scream with glee as they rush into Starbucks with Instagram ready to go on their iPhones and a Taylor Swift song playing in their heads. That monster? Pumpkin spice. Pumpkin spice isn’t that great. In fact, it’s one of the most overrated things to ever e...

15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival begins Nov. 6

15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival begins Nov. 6

November 3, 2014

Back for its 15th year the San Diego Asian Film Festival starts off Nov. 6 in the Gaslamp Quarter. According to the website this year's festival will s...

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Angelica Wallingford