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PODCAST: City Times Sound team reflects on remote production

Student leaders in the program discuss the difficulty of being online
Assad Khalilzadeh, Program Director June 8, 2021
With San Diego City College still closed for in-person classes, the first news radio class since the start of the pandemic recently wrapped up remote production at the end of the spring 2020 semester.
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At Joshua Tree National Park, Spencer Fields held his own art installation during Thanksgiving weekend in 2020, using balloons that are spray painted and fishing wire to make it seem that the balloons are floating. Fields photo

MAGAZINE: City College artists navigate the pandemic

City College artists continue to create during the pandemic
Rachel de la Torre, Multimedia Journalist June 4, 2021
Due to COVID-19, artists all over the world have had to navigate creating, showing and selling their art to the public in new ways. San Diego City College is home to incredible artists of all kinds -- performers, painters, ceramicists, sculptors, multimedia artists and everything in between.
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Harry West Gym

Start of City College summer semester around the corner

Classes begin June 7
Christopher Tapanes, Multimedia Journalist May 31, 2021
San Diego City College students should prepare now if they want to enroll in summer courses. At City College alone, 221 course sections are available for the term, according to mySDCCD portal.
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Landing on Our Feet

REVIEW: City College dance ends the year back on their feet

Landing on Our Feet is a five-part virtual dance performance online through Saturday
Rachel de la Torre, Multimedia Journalist May 27, 2021
City College’s dance faculty presents “Landing on Our Feet,” a five-part virtual dance performance on Vimeo through Saturday.
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Tatiana Butte

A pile of scholarship applications pays off for City College student

One of Tatiana Butte's 30-plus scholarship applications earned her a major award
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist May 25, 2021
In September 2020, Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship recipient Tatiana Butte was trying to get by during the pandemic, taking as many classes as possible and using every free moment to focus on scholarship applications, submitting more than 30. Nine months later, her life has completely changed.
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Chicano Park

MAGAZINE: Chicano Park leaders fight for its heritage

City College students in 1970 helped shape the Chicano movement
Gabriel Schneider, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2021
Josie Talamantez remembers sitting in a Chicano Studies class at San Diego City College in April 1970.
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VIDEO: 4 simple steps to style your grad cap

In this special News You Can Use, blinging out your cap for graduation day is so easy
Ayo Elise May 21, 2021
Decorating your cap is a way for you to recognize your achievement. Whether you're transferring to a four-year university, finishing an associates degree or receiving a certificate, recognizing this point in your life is important.
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City College DSPS held graduation ceremony for their students

The event was a reminder of what each student had accomplished
Rachel de la Torre, Editor-in-Chief May 18, 2021
The San Diego City College Disability Support Programs and Services held a virtual Zoom celebration for students who are graduating or transferring this spring 2021 semester. 
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Jesus Lopez makes saucy tuna pasta

Saucy tuna pasta on the menu after City College food drive

CTM's Jesus Lopez cooks up a tasty dish after today's Hunger Action Day
Jesus Lopez, Multimedia Journalist May 17, 2021
Hungry? City Times Media multimedia journalist Jesus Lopez made saucy tuna pasta with today’s Hunger Action Day food drive haul from Feeding San Diego.
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The new mural for City College

RADIO: City College new mural is underway

Chancellor Constance Carroll is being honored with a mural
Susana Serrano, Multimedia Journalist May 3, 2021
San Diego City College is starting to work on their new mural in honor of the Chancellor Constance Carroll.
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City College police car on campus

Virtual panel discusses the future of campus policing for California colleges

Complete SDCCD survey on campus policing by April 30
Kathryn Gray, Multimedia Journalist April 30, 2021
As a result of the recent worldwide protests against use of force by police officers and systematic racism, the University of California, California State University and California Community Community Colleges are taking a hard look at whether campus police departments should even exist.
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San Diego Promise

RADIO: San Diego Promise offers funding for two years of community college

The deadline for priority registration and admission is June 11
Candise Berry, Multimedia Journalist April 26, 2021
San Diego Community College District is now offering its tuition-free San Diego Promise for future students in the fall.
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