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“How do you feel about the military being in charge of the border?”
David Ahumada, Photo Editor April 18, 2018

        Mark Ehredt, Alcohol and Other Drug Studies, 55 “I think it’s a waste of money. People entering the U.S. at the border has been the lowest in decades. We’d...

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Around the world in 84 days

A look at the ins and outs of San Diego City College’s Study Abroad program
Heder Casas December 15, 2015

Have you always dreamed about traveling around the world and learning about new cultures? If your answer is yes, then studying abroad may be an option for you. San Diego City College “offers students...

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Con: ‘Holy Grail’ number of students for classes must die

Celia Jimenez October 27, 2015

The administration took draconian measures starting this fall to keep high-enrollment classes while discarding the ones that don’t fulfill the minimum criteria. It asks for a ridiculous cap of 35 students...

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No MAS, No MAS

Mexican American Studies classes have been dropped
Mike Madriaga October 14, 2015

The students weren’t clapping for applause at the MS-162 Hall on Sept. 22. It was more of a ceremonial "unity clap," similar to ones that Caesar Chavez did, to start off the mind-opening presentation...

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San Diego City College student Robert Black, 56, works on a Psychology Statistics paper on one of the many computers in the Learning Resource Center on April 30. Photo credit: Mark Elliott

No Gray Area Here

A look at the older generation of students on the way to achieving their goals at San Diego City College
Mark Elliott May 21, 2015

“We’re agents of change …” Anyone riding a San Diego trolley who has seen the plastered-on ad knows that much about San Diego City College students. There is a profile roster of world changers...

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Students from the support movement for Ayotzinapa, Mexico, expand on types of changes in an open forum on March 26 in building V-101. The panel expands and diversifies with those representing similar causes, such as, topics arising in Palestine and American Black culture. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

City College sheds light on social justice

Laura Sanchez, Phoenix Webb, and Aldo Ramírez April 21, 2015

Mayra Almaraz tearfully recounted how her ex-boyfriend is serving a life sentence for a botched robbery due to the three strikes law. Almaraz shared her story in MS-462 during the afternoon session of...

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San Diego City College President Anthony Beebe greets teachers and staff at an Aug. 4 mixer. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Beebe on a mission to promote social justice

Phoenix Webb October 14, 2014

San Diego City College's new president, Anthony Beebe, is pursuing a new mission for the campus. “City College needs to develop new, modern definitions and approaches to civil, nonviolent, respectful,...

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Model Gerson Perez. Photo credit: Juan Carlos Siezar.

The Hardest Fight

Sandra Galindo December 11, 2013

In Latino communities, when we hear about AB 540 students, we immediately think about tenacity, struggle, perseverance, capacity, constant challenges; but also impotence. These students are also known...

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City College president retiring

Elizabeth Carson May 15, 2013

Terrence Burgess says he’s anxious about retirement after 42 years of working in education. Burgess started his career in education in 1971, teaching biology at Mater Dei High School. Although, teaching...

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