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Politics turns into celebrity attraction

Denise White

October 27, 2015

At the Video Music Awards this past month, Kanye West made the bold statement of announcing that he would be running for the 2020 presidential election. We can question how serious West is about his plans running for president as he admitted to smoking a little something to “knock the edge off.” But apparently, many people seem to be in support of West. Is it ju...

City College helps out local community during Week of Service

Cherelle Roberts

May 12, 2015

City College students, faculty and staff lent their hands and time to help those in need during the biannual Week of Service April 13-17. The weeklong event occurs each semester where volunteers serve food to those who are less fortunate at St. Vincent de Paul and assist with agriculture at Balboa Park.Since October 2013, Lori Oldham has organized Week of Service. “Vo...

Editorial: The costs of going to school

Franchesca Walker, Co-Arts & Features Editor

April 21, 2015

There’s a great pressure for young adults to attend college and pursue a bachelor’s degree or higher. Oftentimes, one may be looked down upon for not working toward a degree and stereotyped as not doing anything with your life because of not going to school. However, attending college often means signing up for student loans that pay for tuition and other expenses while...

A dream filled with designs

Josh Higgins and President Barack Obama. Courtesy Photo.

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...

Photo credit: Michele Suthers

Graduation marks turning of City’s century

May 20, 2014

City College will celebrate the 100th Year Commencement on May 23 at the Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. The commencement will celebrate the hard work and...

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Torrey Spoerer

December 7, 2013

The era of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly known as "Obamacare," began Oct. 1. That's when Americans without health insurance, some 48 million, can began to sign up for coverage in most of the country. This contentious new law mandates that everyone get health coverage or face a penalty. The general idea is that people will be able to access health ...

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