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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 per class. A number nobody has been able to explain under which pedagogical variables have been done and why it has to be equally applied across all departments when each...

Study Hours: Lost in the sea of college life

Destiny Ortiz

October 27, 2015

Starting school a semester later than my classmates from high school wasn't my ideal way to begin college. But being only one of the second generation in my family who did go to college put a lot of pressure on graduating from college in a timely manner.I didn't know who I could turn to when I finally figured out that the best option for me was to go to San Diego City Coll...

Perspective: In favor of the arts

Destiny Ortiz

October 14, 2015

The disappearance of art classes might not make much of an impact for some, but for others it might just be the end of the world. Why are art classes considered insignificant to the core learning standards that students recognize today? The emphasis is more on taking the required classes such as math and English. Reasons behind this are because of the No Child Left Behind Ac...

Math professor Hoat Le leaves behind nursing scholarships

Late City College professor Hoat Le. Courtesy photo.

Holly Bridges

April 21, 2015

City College lost one of its longtime math teachers last month. Professor Hoat Le died March 24, leaving behind his wife, Sandra Lew, and his teenage daugh...

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