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Stephanie Wirkus models the Frozen SeaHorsicorn Unicorn (Bluebell Silver Eyes) during “Fantasy Fusion,” a collabration between theatre, cosmetology and photo departments on Dec. 8. Photo credit: Mike Madriaga

Bringing fantasy to life

An innovative collaboration between cosmetology, theatre and photography at San Diego City College
Mike Madriaga December 23, 2015

The bass from the electronica and ambient style music grumbled outside of the V-101 Auditorium on Dec. 8. Intertwining the rhythm via matching their beats-per-minute, was an art in itself, but the music...

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Hope Shaw. City Times file photo.

What’s in a name?

C building broadcast studio to be named for late San Diego City College professor Hope Shaw after five-year battle over building naming rights
Phoenix Webb December 15, 2015

Performing Arts and Radio, Television and Film are two programs scheduled to move into the newly remodeled C building at San Diego City College on Jan. 5. Laura Castañeda is the chairwoman of the Communications...

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San Diego Community College District campuses win 2016 Military Friendly award

Rutger Rosenborg November 24, 2015

All of the San Diego Community College District’s campuses were recognized as 2016 Military Friendly Schools by Victory Media, a veteran-owned business that surveys the most military friendly employers...

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Concurrent enrollment bill signed into law

Lauren J. Mapp October 27, 2015

Trustee Bernie Rhinerson announced that Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 288 for Concurrent Enrollment during the San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees meeting at San Diego Mesa College...

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San Diego City College President Anthony Beebe addresses a crowd of students, faculty and staff in Gorton Quad on Oct. 8 before a moment of silence for victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting in Oregon. Photo by Susan Lee, Contributor

City College stands with Umpqua

Angelica Wallingford October 15, 2015

About 200 of San Diego City College’s faculty, staff and students gathered for a moment of silence for the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting in Oregon on Oct. 8 in Gorton Quad. The...

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Editorial: Prioritizing campus safety

Angelica Wallingford October 14, 2015

On Oct. 1, Christopher Harper-Mercer fatally shot nine people and injured nine others in a rage-filled attack on Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. With this event still very fresh in everyone’s...

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T-Shirts produced by San Diego Republic, a private venture of San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll and business partner public radio host Martha Barnette are displayed in Simply Local at the Headquarters at Seaport District. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

Troy Orem, Photo Editor October 29, 2014

San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll has started a new personal project with close friend and public radio host Martha Barnette. The clothing and accessory venture, called...

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Bachelor’s degrees may become a possibility at City

Phoenix Webb October 14, 2014

Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill-850 Sept. 29, a bill that will allow two year public colleges to offer students the chance to obtain baccalaureates — or bachelor's degrees.“This is landmark...

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Dr. Beebe will continue at City College with his policy of holding open office hours, just as any other professor would.  He prefers the “walk and talk,” as he calls it. Photo credit: Christopher Handloser

District veteran to lead City

Christopher Handloser May 15, 2014

From growing up wanting to be a firefighter to becoming the new president of San Diego City College, Dr. Anthony Beebe’s path has been one of enlightenment through education. Since 2006, Beebe, 57,...

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Curran Plaza: Then and Now (photo illustration). Photo credit: Troy Orem

City’s First Century: 100 Years of Students, Education and Construction

1914: San Diego Junior College, which would later become known as San Diego City College, was founded with 35 students and four instructors. It was the first community college in San Diego and the fifth...

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Kathy McGinnis is back on campus on administrative duties and City College is waiting for a report from the PCAC on a volleyball eligibility violation.  (Courtesy photo)

Kathy McGinnis is back, on administrative duties

Christopher Handloser May 1, 2014

The Dean of Athletics, Kathy McGinnis, has been temporarily reassigned to administrative duties pending an investigation into a violation of eligibility of a men's volleyball athlete.She was escorted off...

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