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Knights Volleyball plays at home match against Imperial Valley college on Oct. 20 Zoom screen-shot

Knights volleyball edges out Imperial Valley, wins in 5

Match comes down to a fifth-set tiebreaker in favor of City College
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 25, 2021
The Knights fought through the marathon match against Pacific Coast Athletic Conference rivals Imperial Valley College on Oct. 20.
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Professor Wayne Hulgin showing art to students.

City College art gallery reopens after facing pandemic challenges

New student art exhibition running through Oct. 28
Christopher Tapanes, Multimedia Journalist October 22, 2021

Back in March 2019 when COVID-19 closed San Diego City College, the campus art gallery had just opened a student exhibition. It ran for a week before the art department was mandated to close the gallery...

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Diangela Veras and Vicky Pineda

VIDEO: City Times Media honored with national awards

The College Media Association Pinnacle Awards honor the best college media organizations and individual workin the nation
Joel Garcia and Assad Khalilzadeh October 20, 2021
The College Media Association has released the winners of its 2020-21 Pinnacle Awards and San Diego City College's student media organization earned a pair of major honors, best two-year media outlet and best two-year website.
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New Chancellor Dr. Carlos O. Turner Cortez

A new chancellor for SDCCD faces unprecedented issues

New problems arise during the return to campus for a new leader
Marlena Harvey, Editor-In-Chief October 20, 2021
For the San Diego Community College District, a new school year after a global pandemic meant more than just reopening campuses. After being chancellor of the SDCCD for 17 years, Constance Carroll retired and Carlos Turner Cortez was chosen to replace her.
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Pear oatmeal by Susana Serrano

VIDEO: Pear oatmeal a delicious, healthy #CityCookingChallenge treat

Hunger Action Day is held twice a month at San Diego City College
Susana Serrano, Multimedia Journalist October 19, 2021
In this week's #CityCookingChallenge, Susana Serrano mixed items from the food drive and her own kitchen to make a delicious and healthy pear oatmeal.
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Poet Kay Ulanday Barrett tells poetry at Zoom event Liberation Shows Up on Oct. 14

Artist redefines self-identity through poetry at City World Cultures event

Poet, performer and educator shares navigating life as a disabled “Filipinx-Amerikan” transgender queer
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 19, 2021
The sixth World Culture Program event of the fall semester was live-streamed on Zoom on Oct. 14 and featured an explorative poetic presentation and workshop entitled Liberation Shows Up! with Kay Ulanday Barrett.
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Image of City students performing the musical Chicago

VIDEO: Live theater returns to City College

City drama re-imagines Shakespeare with live performances of Macbeth and Twelfth Night at the Saville Theatre
Kathryn Gray, Managing Editor October 18, 2021
After performing solely to virtual audiences for the past year and a half, the San Diego City College drama department is eager to delight theater patrons with in-person performances of Macbeth and Twelfth Night at the Saville Theatre.
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Knights womens soccer team huddles

Energy of Knights women’s soccer soaring

City soccer can cement its place at second in the conference today
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 15, 2021
With eight games left in the fall season, the San Diego City College women’s soccer team has hit a new gear.
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City volleyball player Kally Norvell

VIDEO: City College volleyball player takes the lead

Get to know Knights volleyball captain Kally Norvell
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 14, 2021
Kally Norvell has been a consistent leader for the San Diego City College volleyball team, the only returning player for her second collegiate season and a co-captain of the team.
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City College Block Party 2018

City College club life struggles to adapt, continues to recruit

Registration window for student clubs and organizations is still open
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 8, 2021
Students actively enrolled in at least one class at San Diego City College still have the opportunity to establish or reactivate a City club or organization, despite the deadline having passed on Sept. 30.
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San Diego City College student receiving food from a volunteer at Hunger Action Days

Hunger Action Days are back at City College (with video)

Student Affairs once again offers Hunger Action Days with plans to expand
Christopher Tapanes, Multimedia Journalist October 6, 2021
Every first Tuesday and third Monday of every month, Student Affairs, in collaboration with the San Diego Food Bank and Feeding San Diego, hosts Hunger Action Days.
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(From right) Roberto Perez advancing the ball downfield against Victor Valley College Aaron Felix with teammate Javier Monarrez trailing.

RECAP: City College sports find team chemistry

Knights sports showing success with soccer, cross-country, and volleyball in season
Will Mauriz, Sports Editor October 6, 2021
The Knights men’s soccer team put on an offensive showcase with a 6-3 victory against the Victor Valley Rams (1-1-3). The win ends a seven-game losing streak for the team after setbacks throughout the season that helped the Knights build team chemistry.
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