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VIDEO: From elections results to power tools, 2020 a year of new Google trends

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Searches went beyond the election, COVID-19
Devon Doane, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene December 30, 2020
Google, the most used web search engine in the world, lets you see what was trending all year. So Newcene decided to take a look at the most searched things of 2020. 
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VIDEO: The pandemic causing an economic divide

Amazon Building
The wealth of Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos doubled, while unemployment soared
Noelle Mortensen, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene December 17, 2020
During the course of 2020 and the pandemic, the popularity of online shopping has been surging. Amazon has become a convenient way many people shop for their basic needs. 
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City College men’s basketball advances to playoffs

The City Knights against Grossmont
The Knights open the postseason at home on Wednesday
Vicky Pineda, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 24, 2020
The San Diego City College men’s basketball team advanced  to the first round of the Southern California Regional playoffs for the seventh straight year.
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City College will host a film screening in commemoration of Black History Month

City College will host a film screening in commemoration of Black History Month
San Diego City College will host the second and third part of the film screening of the hit Netflix series.
Elisabeth Vermeulen, Staff Writer February 21, 2020
San Diego City College will hold its second and third part of the film screening of the hit Netflix series “When They See Us” in commemoration of Black History Month. With the support of the UMOJA team and the English, counseling, and communication studies department, City College features the series, which is based on events from the April 19, 1989 Central Park jogger case.
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How to have a vegan Thanksgiving

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Give thanks to turkeys and celebrate with a plant-based feast instead.
Scott Gardinier, Copy Editor November 26, 2019
Holidays are a time for food, and no holiday takes that to heart more than Thanksgiving. With the rising interest in plant-based meals, it has never been easier and more delicious to plan a vegan Thanksgiving.
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Vaping related lung injuries reveal cost of addiction

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San Diego County health officials, law enforcement, sound off on the risks of vape products.
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, News Editor November 9, 2019
Electronic cigarettes were introduced as a less harmful and more attractive option than cigarettes. With their easy-to-hide appearance and fruity flavors, vaping products are an alluring item to many, yet they hide one key element: they are highly addictive.
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