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Construction for the new Cesar Chavez continuing education building is set to be completed in June. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

A new barrio for education

Barrio Logan in for another change with new Cesar Chavez building creeping completion
Richard Lomibao, Opinion Editor February 3, 2015

Standing at the intersection of National Ave. and Cesar E. Chavez Prkwy. stands a new parking structure, the sun reflecting off the sparkly glass windows. Right next to it an old, brick building which...

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Abraham Joseph Sanders, also known as Abjo. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

In a world of Abjo

Richard Lomibao December 9, 2014

“If you are calling it ‘electro soul’ I’m not going to disagree with you. Maybe it’s because I’m tired of trying to put it in a box. People need it to be in a box and categorize it. Let them...

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Flying Lotus performs at the First Avenue Mainroom in
 Minneapolis on Oct. 25. Justin Sengly, official Facebook photo.

Flying Lotus releases mind-bending new material on 5th studio album

Richard Lomibao November 19, 2014

Through each release, Flying Lotus builds and reveals new-found existence. With his most recent release, “You’re Dead!” 30-year-old Steve Ellison’s fifth album raises tribute to his own success...

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Margaret Orech speaks about land mine issues happening in her home country Uganda as part of an Oct. 22 event hosted by Peace Studies professor Katie Zanoni in MS-162. The event offered the perspectives of three women who described the state of inequality in countries around the world through a series from the Joan B. Kroc Institute of Peace Studies. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

Multinational women battle for change – Tales of three women make an impact and raise awareness during Women Peacemakers Conference

Richard Lomibao November 19, 2014

A juxtaposed embrace of silence and loud claps filled the auditorium of the MS building as attendees anticipated the next woman’s story. Joan B. Kroc Institute of Peace Studies offers awareness on...

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Legal euthanasia can cause more suffering

Richard Lomibao November 18, 2014

Imagine someone chronically suffering from a disease that makes him or her feel like dying. If they were given the option, how often would they choose to stay? Say they decide to take their chances and...

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Campus safety still an issue for students

Richard Lomibao October 28, 2014

No matter how small the incident may be, Lt. Lou Zizzo with San Diego City College Police takes all calls as an emergency — “Let us determine if it’s nothing,” he says. The Campus...

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A woman performs traditional Chinese folks songs on an instrument called the pipa lute, representing the House of China in the Sept. 27 event held in Balboa Park. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

A ‘Taste of Asia’ in Balboa Park

Richard Lomibao October 14, 2014

Flying colors, live music, the Taste of Asia performers represented their countries in front of an enlightened crowd in Balboa Park’s House of Pacific International Cottages on Saturday, Sept. 27. Food...

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Teresa Romero Medina (front) was directing the Newscene program on Sept. 5 at UT-TV with the help of Roxana Paul (middle) and Dallis Ontiveros (back). Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Newscene finds a new home at UT-TV

Richard Lomibao October 14, 2014

With the new C building underway projected to finish in 2016, Newscene has found a temporary home with UT-TV, where they kicked off their first production in early September. Students who join Newscene...

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Drawing the line between work and privacy

Richard Lomibao October 14, 2014

Employers are now more concerned with reputation rather than work ability. Getting fired for something that occurs outside of work is an unruly justification and is subjective. Why should someone who performs...

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Bahn Thai serves a wide variety of Thai cuisine including shredded papaya salad tossed in fish sauce, chili peppers, lime juice and tomatoes. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

Student Eats: Picnic at Bahn Thai is comfort food for the soul

Richard Lomibao October 14, 2014

An unassuming forest-green storefront tucked at the north end of Park Blvd. in University Heights, Bahn Thai is a family-owned restaurant celebrating its third anniversary. With a focus on authentic Thailand...

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Lou Curtiss in the dressing room before Jazz Live on Sept. 9. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

Jazz Live pays homage to Lou Curtiss

Richard Lomibao September 27, 2014

With his passion for keeping traditional music alive, music junkie and pioneer Lou Curtiss has put San Diego on the map. Known to most as the owner of hidden gem Folk Art Rare Records, Curtiss has also...

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Balboa Park hosts ‘Taste of Asia’ Sept. 27

Richard Lomibao September 26, 2014

Without having to travel to Asia, groups like the Asian Coalition Club and House of China invite others to catch a glimpse of Asian culture in Balboa Park this weekend."It's our gift to the public," said...

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