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San Diego City College student Melissa Zuñiga, 24, reaches for cooked white rice in the Knight’s Table Food Pantry, Tuesday, January 30, 2024. This is Zuñiga’s last semester at City College. Photo by Keila Menjivar Zamora/City Times Media

7 ways City College’s Basic Needs Center is here to support you

The center aims to support students by making basic needs accessible
Keila Menjivar Zamora, Multimedia Journalist February 5, 2024
The center aims to support students by making basic needs accessible.
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Knights guard Al Green rises to punctuate a second-half City College run with a dunk against Palomar College at Harry West Gym, Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2024. Photo by Vince Outlaw/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball remains undefeated, beats feisty Palomar College

Five Knights score in double figures against Comets, PCAC lead on the line Wednesday at MiraCosta
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek January 24, 2024
Five Knights scored in double figures against the Comets to set up a game with the PCAC lead on the line at MiraCosta on Jan. 24.
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Knights guard KJay Bradley, in white, swoops in for a reverse layup under soaring Imperial Valley College’s Tahj Comeaux during the second half of the City College mens basketball game against IVC, Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2024. Bradley scored 18 to lead City. Photo by Vince Outlaw/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball continues unbeaten streak in conference play, defeats IVC

Knights’ 94-72 victory sets up battle of PCAC unbeaten teams on Jan. 17
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek January 16, 2024
Knights’ 94-72 victory sets up battle of PCAC unbeaten teams on Jan. 17.
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Knights basketball player Dillon Cubit shoots from under the basket against Chabot College in Harry West Gym, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023. The 6-foot-9 freshman forward started the Jan. 3 game against Mesa College in place of regular starter Kevin Moore. Photo by Sean Monney/City Times Media

VIDEO/AUDIO: City College men’s basketball remains unbeaten with convincing win over rival Mesa

Knights move to 3-0 in PCAC, face first away game Friday at Southwestern
Vince Outlaw and Joseph Panek January 4, 2024
The Knights move to 3-0 in the PCAC and face first away game Friday at Southwestern College.
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UCLA Ph.d candidate Maritza Gerónimo shares during a group discussion as attendee listens. Gerónimo was one of the Zapatista panelists at the Binational Conference on Border Issues on Nov. 17, 2023. Photo by Keila Menjivar Zamora/City Times Media

City College Chicano/a studies brings students, community together for Binational Conference on Border Issues

The conference focuses on educating on the current, historical context of the Zapatista movement
Keila Menjivar Zamora, Multimedia journalist November 30, 2023
This year's binational conference held earlier this month, brought members of the Sexta Grietas del Norte, a Zapatista-affiliated U.S.-based support network, to serve as panelists.
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Jeremiah Dargan of West Valley Collage (photo courtesy of West Valley College Athletics), Al Green of San Diego City College (photo courtesy of SDCC Athletics), Zach Broudous of Chabot College (photo courtesy of Gladiator Basketball), Christian Watson of Fullerton College (photo by Phil Thurman)

City College men’s basketball opens at home Nov. 9. The Knights have their ‘hands full’ hosting state’s top-ranked teams.

Leadership from returning players has City (2-0) ready to face challenging early schedule
Vince Outlaw, Multimedia Journalist November 8, 2023
The Knights, ranked No. 4 in the preseason poll, open home play Thursday at 3 p.m. against the No. 9 Chabot.
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City College’s Logan Huston shows off with a dunk at the men’s basketball media day, Oct 24, 2023 Photo by Sean Monney/City Times Media

City College men’s basketball eyeing next level as season opener looms

Roster full of Division 1 prospects have a chip on their shoulder after missing Elite 8 by one basket last season
Vince Outlaw, Multimedia Journalist November 2, 2023
Knights men's basketball team is full of Division 1 prospects with a chip on their shoulder after missing Elite 8 by one basket last season.
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Fast connections to the internet are a promised feature of the new SDCCD-Campus-Connect Wi-Fi network coming November 2023. Vince Outlaw/City Times Media

Spotty coverage to end as Wi-Fi update at City College rolls out

District-wide initiative promises enhanced speed and security, guest network scheduled for November completion
Vince Outlaw, Multimedia Journalist October 23, 2023
A new Wi-Fi system, SDCCD-Campus-Connect, has become available on the City College campus in and around the AH and BT buildings. 
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Second-year child development student Naomi Laguna works in the Curran Plaza. Laguna is a former Promise Program student, Oct. 5, 2023. Photo by Keila Menjivar Zamora/ City TImes Media

City College program promises free tuition. SDCCD says over 6K students have taken advantage.

Promise Program students get access to priority counseling, registration and support
Keila Menjivar Zamora, Multimedia Journalist October 18, 2023
To be eligible for the Promise Program, students must be first-time college students or returning SDCCD students who have not enrolled in classes for three or more semesters excluding summer.
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Sirad Shirdon gives a flu shot to City College student Jett Brazeau at the Student Health Clinic-sponsored vaccination event in D-121, October 16, 2023. Photo by Tresean Osgood, City Times Media

VIDEO: City College offering free flu shots on campus

Shots available for all students, staff, faculty, friends, family and community members starting on Oct. 16
Roxanne Vieira, Multimedia Journalist October 16, 2023
Free flu vaccinations are being offered to San Diego City College students and others at events on campus starting on Oct. 16.
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San Diego City College students Orion Bailey, left, Maya Guitierrez, middle, and Haily Cameros, right, were among those who shared their thoughts on the on-campus affordable housing project. City Times staff photos

VOICES: Students react to affordable housing project coming to City College

Demolition of the old Childhood Development Center began on Sept. 19; officials say project could be completed in 2028
Ren Charifa, Luz Jaimes, and Kevin Ouellette September 19, 2023

San Diego City College began demolishing the old Childhood Development Center today to make way for affordable student housing. Three journalists from the City Times interviewed students on campus to...

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Second-year international business student Amal Mohamed Bashir shoots at targets in a crossbow game at the Club Rush Carnival, August 24, 2023. Bashir said she took a break from tabling at the event on behalf of the Muslim Students Association and ASG. Photo by Marco Guajardo/City Times Media

GALLERY: Step right up! City College hosts club rush with a carnival theme

Club leaders, carnies gathered at the AH quad to recruit students, play games
Sean Monney, Managing Editor September 1, 2023
San Diego City College kicked off the fall semester with a club rush event held in the AH quad on August 24.
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