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Bringing fantasy to life

Bringing fantasy to life

December 23, 2015

The bass from the electronica and ambient style music grumbled outside of the V-101 Auditorium on Dec. 8. Intertwining the rhythm via matching their beats-per-minute,...

A new business pathway

Katherine Salindayao-White

September 28, 2015

Students who want to pursue a job in office work can now earn a Business Information Worker (BIW) certificate in two semesters that provides extensive office skills for enrolled students. Starting next semester all required classes will be offered at San Diego City College. Every class is an eight week period split into two semesters. This certificate is offered through the Comp...

Fantastique fashion hits the campus

Fantastique fashion hits the campus

May 12, 2015

In a small space centered on the second floor the Business Technology building stands Fantastique. Run by student interns, the boutique houses business...

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 is a San Diego staffing agency hoping to help students fill that void. They held their third recruiting event on campus on March 11. Manpower has two locations in San Die...

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...

Classes fight to survive on campus

Franchesca Walker

October 14, 2014

At the start of every semester students rush early to crash, or sit in on, required classes in hopes of getting add codes and a seat in class. The majority of the time, they are turned away in hopes of taking the course next semester because there is no availability. However, over crowded classes aren't always the issue. Sometimes students are faced with cancelled classes. Th...

Doors open to education

Doors open to education

August 26, 2014

City College’s Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings officially opened their doors to students Aug. 18 with much fanfare. The buildings...

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