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Embarking on the future of education

Phoenix Webb

March 24, 2015

San Diego City College hosted the Mexican American Business and Professional Association's monthly luncheon meeting March 13 in the Corporate Education Center, located on the first floor of the MS building. “It's all about how can we collaborate better across the board. And how can we do a better job in terms of building our workforce development system thinking about thi...

Broadcasters should stick to news and not storytelling

Phoenix Webb

March 11, 2015

The public looks to journalists to report the news. Journalists, especially news broadcasters, are taken seriously. What is reported is accepted as truth and when a journalist is discovered to have created their own truth it creates bad press and distrust among viewers.America watched Brian Williams on NBC for over 20 years until this month when a story was published in St...

Part-time professors rally for full-time equality

Part-time professors rally for full-time equality

March 10, 2015

More than 100 adjunct instructors and their supporters took another stand against inequality with a rally Feb. 25 at San Diego City College. The rally was...

It’s all according to plan

Phoenix Webb

March 10, 2015

“Got an ed plan?” was a question seen on campus at the beginning of this semester in the form of pins, pens, pamphlets, on the school website and on banners. It was a campaign designed to make San Diego City College students aware that education plans exist and are now required. Education plans fit into the plan for increased success rates because they establish a...

College shows its Manpower

Phoenix Webb

March 10, 2015

San Diego City College was host to Manpower in February to hire students that was made possible by a region wide grant.The grant was explained by Rose LaMaruglia who is the dean of business and technology at San Diego City College. “I have a regional grant to promote information communication technologies region wide. It's a statewide initiative to promote curriculum and h...

Sexual battery reported at City College

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

March 4, 2015

A San Diego City College student reported an incident of sexual battery while walking from campus March 3. According to a Safety Alert released by the San Diego Community College District, the incident occurred at approximately at 8:10 p.m. when an unknown suspect pulled the victim behind a dumpster near the Learning Resource Center, placed the victim in a bear hug and grabbed...

Veteran Affairs and services provides support for active, retired armed service members

Veteran Affairs and services provides support for active, retired armed service members

February 26, 2015

San Diego is identified as a military town. As a result of this, San Diego City College has a sizable veteran and active military population, which ma...

Parking still an issue for students

Torrey Spoerer

February 24, 2015

Rachel Kennett, a 29-year-old visual arts student, walks to the V building garage, where she and many other students usually find some of the only available parking spots on the campus. “The MS building is usually pretty full, but the V building’s not that bad,” said Kennett. According to data from the district’s parking program, City College has 1,15...

Random acts of club rush

Random acts of club rush

February 24, 2015

Students and clubs gathered in the new quad of the Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings for Club Rush. Organized by ASG and the Inter...

‘Grease’ auditions begin Feb. 7

‘Grease’ auditions begin Feb. 7

February 6, 2015

Singers, dancers and artists of all kinds are invited to audition for San Diego City College’s upcoming spring musical, “Grease,” in...

City College’s 2013-2014 year in review

City College’s 2013-2014 year in review

February 3, 2015

San Diego City College released its annual Report to the Community on its website before the start of the new semester. The report reviews the academic...

Perez receives life sentence

Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

February 3, 2015

Armando Gabriel Perez received life in prison without the possibility of parole plus one year for the 2010 murder of former San Diego City College student and his estranged wife Diana Gonzalez on Jan. 16. According to U-T San Diego, Perez, 41, was denied motions to withdraw his guilty plea to not guilty by reason of insanity by San Diego Superior Court Judge Charles Rogers...

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