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City Times names pair Editors-in-Chief

Vicky Pineda and Diangela Veras
Responsibilities include editing stories and controlling the flow of content on the award-winning website
Lacey Stefano, Assistant Sports Editor February 11, 2020
City Times is excited to welcome two new editors-in-chief, Vicky Pineda and Diangela Veras, for the spring semester. The pair was selected to head City Times for their work ethic and dedication to the program. 
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Where to pull an all-nighter in San Diego

City College student studying at LRC
San Diego has fun coffee shops for late-night studying
Vicky Pineda, Sports Editor December 9, 2019
With winter intersession just around the corner, college students are looking for a place to study. Luckily, San Diego is equipped with many coffee shops that are open 24 hours.
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City College professor is giving the dream

A woman presents Humberto Gurmilan with a big check.
Humberto Gurmilan is a former sportscaster who left his job to focus on charity.
Sonny Garibay, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2019
Every grownup was once a kid who wanted to be something when they grew up. Finding a person who lived out their first dream is rare for various reasons.
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City Times announces new Editor-in-Chief

New Editor-in-Chief Sonny Garibay wants to extend the City Times' reach through new digital platforms. By Daivd Ahumada
Sophomore Sonny Garibay will be the City TImes Editor-in-Chief starting in the fall 2019 semester.
Jen Souza, Managing Editor May 21, 2019
Sonny Garibay has been named the new City Times Editor-in-Chief for the fall 2019 semester. The change in leadership comes after the announcement of current Editor-in-Chief Jonny Rico’s transfer to Sacramento State following his San Diego City College graduation.
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Intercession opens, but with fewer options

Intercession signs on campus
With more classes online and few seats remaining, intercession officially opens today.
Jesse Altilio, Staff Writer January 2, 2019
The Fall 2018 semester is officially over and students, especially those who have applied to transfer to a four-year university next fall, might be interested in four-week intersession classes.
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Changes in store for journalism program for upcoming semester

Celia Jimenez January 16, 2016

When you hear City Times you’ll normally associate the newspaper with Roman Koenig. He has been in charge of City Times for 10 years but that’s about to change.Next semester, City Times and...

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New advisers for a new semester

Veteran journalists Tara Pixley and Jerry McCormick become the new co-advisers in the Digital Journalism department starting in spring 2016
Ricardo Soltero December 15, 2015

Two adjunct instructors are joining San Diego City College’s Digital Journalism program during the upcoming spring semester. One an experienced photojournalist, Tara Pixley, and the other a seasoned...

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Third time’s the charm

Aida Garcia returns to co-advise City Times and Legend magazine in 2016
Denise White December 15, 2015

As the fall semester comes to a close, the City Times newspaper staff can look forward to some changes for next semester. Aida Garcia will be taking over as one of the new advisers as Roman Koenig steps...

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City College journalism program wins the Pacemaker Award

Mike Madriaga December 2, 2015

City Times and Legend, the official newspaper and magazine of San Diego City College, were both recognized on a national level for excellence in news reporting and design.Largely considered in the industry...

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Journalism department receives prestigious awards

Angelica Wallingford December 9, 2014

The City College Digital Journalism Program won several awards from the San Diego Press Club and the Associated Collegiate Press. Legend magazine received numerous awards from Press Club for its summer-fall...

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Editors’ Note

Angelica Wallingford, Legend Editor-in-Chief
Angelica Wallingford May 14, 2014

Last issue, we resurrected Legend at a time when everything was going digital. Now, it’s all about refining the publication and changing things up. Our goal this time was to offer a mixture of...

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True Photographers: Challenge Seekers and Image Takers Share Their Knowledge

Juan Carlos Siezar May 14, 2014

Nowadays, where does one draw the line between a photographer and someone with an index finger or a thumb to press the shutter release? Sure modern DSLRs are very useful tools, but how fancy the camera...

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