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City Times

Editorial: Learning about consent should not be a question

Jennifer Manalili November 10, 2015

As discussions revolving around sexual assault shift towards including topics like drinking and consent, so should the ways colleges go about teaching and handling them.But not everyone’s up for...

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Perspective: Student faces police brutality

Denise White November 10, 2015

A video of Deputy Ben Fields throwing a black female student at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, South Carolina has recently gone viral. There have been retweets and posts being shared all over social...

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San Diego City College student Zaphire Alonso lays in her hospital bed at UCSD Medical Center on Sept. 9 after transferring from Hospital General de Playa del Carmen in Cancun, Mexico, after an Aug. 16 motorcycle accident. Photo credit: Mike Madriaga

‘Bring Zaphire home’

GoFundMe campaign helps bring City College student Zaphire Alonso back to San Diego after motorcycle accident in Mexico
Mike Madriaga September 29, 2015

“… We were going fast through the Carretera Tulum, then the motorcycle started moving around and that is when we flew (off),” explained Zaphire Alonso, a San Diego City College student who was absent...

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Donut Bar wows customers with a variety of creative and yummy treats. Photo credit: Jennifer Manalili

Student Eats: Dazzling donuts

Holly Bridges May 12, 2015

The Donut Bar, located at 631 B St., has garnered a lot of attention. It was ranked in USA Today as being one of the top 10 donut shops in the country and it was also a winner in San Diego Magazine for...

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: to be accepted or declined?

Miguel Cid October 28, 2014

ALS is a disease that affects people almost at random, and the Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in late July has brought much awareness to the disease. But since the challenge has emerged, it has strangely...

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Josh Higgins and President Barack Obama. Courtesy Photo.

A dream filled with designs

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 City College graphic design program, he went from...

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Employees’ actions reflect on their employers

Kenan Jackson October 14, 2014

With the boom in social media and other types of technologies, employers now have access to employee’s personal information that they could not have had 20 years ago.Many employers make their employees...

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Employees’ actions reflect on their employers

Kenan Jackson October 14, 2014

With the boom in social media and other types of technologies, employers now have access to employee’s personal information that they could not have had 20 years ago.Many employers make their employees...

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Employees’ actions reflect on their employers

Kenan Jackson October 14, 2014

With the boom in social media and other types of technologies, employers now have access to employee’s personal information that they could not have had 20 years ago.Many employers make their employees...

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Graphic by Rolando Ortiz, City Times

Turnout relies on effective access to visible candidates

Christopher Handloser May 20, 2014

Voter turnout in the 2012 Obama reelection was 57.5 percent. Kevin Faulconer was recently elected mayor of San Diego with less than 30 percent of the electorate giving their say. City College’s latest...

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Photo credit: Michele Suthers

Graduation marks turning of City’s century

Kaily Sanders 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 accomplishments of the students from the 99th graduating...

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A person recording a St. Patricks Day event on an iPad Photo credit: Troy Orem

Enjoy the Concert, Don’t Record It: Keep the Photos to a Minimum, Eyes on the Stage and Have a Fun Time

Amanda Rhoades May 14, 2014

In the movie “Almost Famous,” writer William Miller finds himself scribbling down notes at a Stillwater and Black Sabbath concert until Penny Lane takes his pencil away and shakes her head....

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