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Jesse Laird eating fries, a sandwich and a soda

Students share thoughts on cafeteria opening at City College

Many students enjoy the cafeteria, but look forward to more
Diangela Veras, Co-Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2020
After numerous delays, the cafeteria is finally ready for service at City College. Students lined up at the doors to get a taste of what was cooking on the inside.
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Man wearing a blue shirt and apron in front of two pizzas, behind counter.

City College cafeteria is now open

The campus cafeteria opened on Feb. 3
Angel Cazares, Arts and Culture Editor February 4, 2020
On the first day of spring semester, City College began serving food once again, prioritizing hot meals.
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Volunteer of the Womens March with a blue shirt than the representative pink hat of the Womens March, looking at the stage.

Fourth annual Women’s March San Diego in photos

San Diego joined the national Women’s March
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, News Editor January 21, 2020
For the fourth year in a row, San Diego joined diverse cities across the country in the annual Women’s March on Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Waterfront Park.  Take a look at the march.
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Fallen sign after the Tsunami at Japan, destruction in the background.

Decade Review: News

Hard-hitting news stories from the past decade
Valerie Vizcarra, Staff Writer December 23, 2019
The past ten years news had a significant number of natural disasters and violence.
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Senator Bernie Sanders speaking. Background is black and there are only a few lights illuminating the senator.

Bernie Sanders holds immigration rally

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders held an immigration rally at San Ysidro High School on Dec. 20.
Vicky Pineda, Sports Editor December 22, 2019
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, who is currently a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination, held a rally at San Ysidro High School to talk immigration.
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Food Sitting on shelves inside of the building

Business department-run programs benefit students

Increased hours for the food pantry highlight the need for student support
Jade Benn, Staff Writer December 3, 2019
The City College Business Entrepreneurship Program has extended hours for the City College Emergency Food Pantry, which has increased opportunities for students to access free meals and snacks.
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A San Diego City College police officer keeps watch outside of the A building.

UPDATE: Suspicious package causes A building evacuation

Classes at City College remain in session.
Sonny Garibay, Editor-in-Chief December 2, 2019
San Diego Police Department has ordered an evacuation of the A building at San Diego City College after receiving calls about a suspicious package.
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The San Diego City College Bookstore

City College welcomes back students, faculty

Services are available for new and returning students.
Sonny Garibay, Editor-in-Chief August 20, 2019
San Diego City College convened for the 2019 fall semester on Monday, welcoming back new students, returners and faculty.
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A student is receiving help on her math homework at the math center on City Colleges campus.

City College to revamp math courses

Bill takes effect this fall and allows students to get on the right track to transfer
David Ahumada, News Editor March 21, 2019
A state law signed by former governor Jerry Brown will change the way students at San Diego City College and all other state community colleges approach math.
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Students walk into the Subir Cultural Center here at San Diego City College.

Legal services now available at City College’s Dreamer Resource Center

Immigration attorneys are now available to students and their families.
Brian Mohler , Arts and Entertainment Editor March 21, 2019
It is important to know your rights, because more knowledge means more protection.
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Data collected from City Colleges Office of Instruction and online class schedule. Learning communities were divided in this count since they are composed from two or more classes. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Class section cancellations stir frustration

Phoenix Webb September 29, 2015

San Diego City College faculty and students were dismayed as the fall semester started with the cancellation of 41 classes. The ensuing backlash persists. Administration issued the blanket statement...

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Manpower makes its return to City

Phoenix Webb March 24, 2015

The job market is changing. It's not enough for a student to finish school and seek employment. Employers are now looking for candidates who also have work experience to back up their education. ManpowerGroup...

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