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5 tips for coping with election-related stress, anxiety

Suggestions came from this week's ASG Post-Election Forum
Vicky Pineda, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2020
The San Diego City College Associated Student Government with City College President Ricky Shabazz hosted a post-election forum, in which they shared tips and resources on how to cope with stress during this time. 
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ASG Forum flyer

City College ASG to hold student forum

Forum is the first of the fall 2020 term
Ryan Hoeffs, Staff Writer September 2, 2020
City College’s Associated Students Government is hosting its first student forum of the fall semester at 11 a.m. today.
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Leslie Furcron

City College student severely injured in protest speaks

Leslie Furcron talked in a press conference about her experience at the May 30 La Mesa protest
Vicky Pineda, Co-Editor-in-Chief June 11, 2020
Leslie Furcron, a San Diego City College student who was shot with a projectile while attending a protest in La Mesa, spoke to the media on June 10.
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Black forum on Instagram

City College, San Diego Region Colleges to host black forum

The Zoom meeting is scheduled for Friday, June 5 from 3-4:30 p.m.
Gabriel Schneider, Staff Writer June 3, 2020
In a coordinated effort, San Diego City College is joining several other local community colleges in hosting a black student forum in response to the deaths and disparate treatment of black people in the United States. 
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GoFundMe for Leslie Furcron

San Diego City College student injured during peaceful protest

Fundraising efforts underway for medical bills
Gabriel Schneider, Staff Writer June 2, 2020
A woman severely injured at a protest in La Mesa on Saturday has been identified as Leslie Furcron, a San Diego City College student.
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Denise Whisenhunt on the Instructional Town Hall

Federal aid, Wi-Fi lot and fall plans covered in City College town hall

City College students will be contacted with information on how to apply for federal aid
Gabriel Schneider, Staff Writer May 8, 2020
Campus administrators covered topics including Wi-Fi lots coming to City College, the student services transition to online and the fall semester in a virtual town hall on May 7.
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San Diego City College sign on corner of 16th and C st.

City College students will receive financial aid from the government

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides aid to higher education
Gabriel Schneider, Staff Writer April 23, 2020
San Diego City College students will receive just under 2.3 million in financial aid from the federal government, according to the database that lists the allocations for each college and university across the country.
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City administrators and laptops

Students to receive donated laptops from City College

Officials hope to have as many as 5,000 laptops available
Luz Jaimes, Staff Writer April 17, 2020
San Diego City College will be giving out 500 laptops and Wi-Fi hubs to deserving students starting today, according to an email sent by San Diego City College President Ricky Shabazz on Tuesday and confirmed on social media today.
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New San Diego City College website homepage.

City College website refreshed

Students and faculty like the new site despite some issues left to fix.
Brian Mohler, Arts and Entertainment Editor February 20, 2019
The start of the spring 2018 semester brought with it a new website for San Diego City College.
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SDCCD police in front of the A building

Power returns after outage closes City College campus

The Transfer Center, packed with students trying to make application deadlines, was evacuated.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor November 30, 2018
An SDG&E power outage darkened City College and a large portion of downtown San Diego, Balboa Park and Golden Hill at approximately 11:15 a.m. on Friday. A cause has not yet been determined.
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Dr. Constance Carroll

Chancellor Carroll explains year full of changes for SDCCD

SDCCD chancellor explained how the new state funding formula will affect the district.
David Ahumada, Visuals Editor September 18, 2018
A new formula affecting how the state of California allocates community college funding has resulted in the district making changes, Chancellor Dr. Constance Carroll explained in an open forum at San Diego City College on Sept. 18.
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