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Proposition 17

OPINION: Voting not a reward, but a right with Prop 17

Produced in collaboration with City College history students
City Times Staff, Editor November 2, 2020
Proposition 17 amends the Constitution of California to allow U.S. citizens who are on state parole for a felony conviction the right to vote. This would also allow for these citizens to participate in elections.
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City College Dance

Late-start classes still an option at City College

Open classes last as few as 4 weeks and as long as 13
Sophia Traylor, Staff Writer September 1, 2020
The first add/drop deadline of the fall 2020 term has passed at San Diego City College, but there are still plenty of late-start classes offered for students. 
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A woman and a men looking and smiling at a camera. They are wearing black t-shirts that say my black counts

City College celebrates Black History Month

City College had the first of 10 events in celebration of Black History Month.
Diangela Veras, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2020
February is the celebration for Black history month and San Diego City College is celebrating with different events throughout the month.
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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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San Diego City College alumnus and local artist Salvador Torres engages audience members with a retelling of the Chicano movement as art history to a packed house in the Saville Theatre on Oct. 8. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Chicano art through the ages

Destiny Ortiz October 14, 2015

As students, San Diego City College alumni and guests piled into the Saville Theatre, they were hit with the melodic sounds coming from a guitar that belonged to the muralist and artist Salvador Roberto...

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A San Diego icon, the Ocean Beach Pier is home to surfers, anglers and sun-seekers alike. After a long day of soaking up sun and catching waves, check out the variety of bars and restaurants just down the road.

Tourist’s Guide to San Diego

The stereotypical places that are a must for everyone visiting America's finest city
May 21, 2015

There are many reasons why San Diego is named “America’s Finest City.” It was where pop-punk legends Blink-182 got their start, the place where the largest avocado crops in the country are grown,...

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Ukraine: East and West … what is best?

Abtin Mohammadi December 9, 2014

The new edition of History and Political Science speech event in City College took place on Sept 11. Namely “Ukraine: East and West…What is Best?.” Professor Sofia Laurein outlined Ukrainian...

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Remembering Saturday Knights

Remembering Saturday Knights

When Football Reigned at City College
David Pradel May 14, 2014

Thirty years ago at Balboa Stadium, the sounds of helmets clashing could be heard as the home crowd cheered on the City Knights football team under lights that shined down on the glory and pain of the...

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