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City College president releases open letter to Black women, community

The message followed grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor murder
Noelle Mortensen, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene September 25, 2020
As protests continued in Louisville and across the country, including in San Diego, after the police involved in Breonna Taylor’s murder were not convicted, San Diego City College President Ricky Shabazz shared an open letter to the community.
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San Diego City College students Alice Kiddo (front) and Bri Rochstein (back) participate at the seventh station during the Health and Wellness Expo on April 10 that was held at the AH/BT quad. Photo credit: David Pradel

Passport to wellness

David Pradel, Sports Editor May 4, 2015

The AH/BT quad was flooded with students, staff and faculty on April 14 during the sixth annual Health and Wellness Expo presented by the San Diego City College Mental Health Counseling Center and Step...

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Health isn’t just physical

Amber Henry December 8, 2014

The Mental Health Counseling Center engages students on how to stay safe during the Holidays and the five-week break between semesters with peer ambassador presentations in classes, community resources,...

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Student fee offers great benefits

Michelle Moran September 14, 2013

The World Cultures Program recently held an event to educate students on the vast amount of services that are available to them on campus through their student fee.Paying the $19 fee is mandatory when...

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