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Supreme Court Following Facade Restoration

State, district chancellors respond to DACA decision

June 18, 2020

The Supreme Court blocked the attempt by the administration of President Donald Trump to repeal the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on July 18.

Rocks from geology lab

City College faculty continues to adapt

June 17, 2020

Professors teaching hands-on laboratory classes have found the move to remote learning has additional challenges to overcome.

City College Outreach virtual tour

City College Outreach fully equipped for COVID-19

June 16, 2020

Due to the outbreak of the new coronavirus, San Diego City College’s Outreach Department has had to change everything it does at what is among its busiest times of the year.

San Diego Community College District Police Chief Joseph Ramos

Q&A with SDCCD Police Chief Joseph Ramos

June 15, 2020

San Diego Community College District Police Chief Joseph Ramos discussed the ban of carotid restraint and the protests against police brutality and racial injustice.

Timeline: The Impact of COVID-19

Timeline: The impact of COVID-19

June 10, 2020

San Diego City College has directly been affected by the spread of coronavirus, causing the shutdown of campus on March 16 through the fall 2020 semester. But the origins of COVID-19 go much further back. View an interactive timeline going back to the beginning of the pandemic.

India Marsh’s 7-year-old daughter does her second-grade her homework online due to distance learning. India Marsh photo

City College students with children juggle school work, motherhood

June 9, 2020

As the spring semester at San Diego City College came to a close, Tanisha Taylor and India Marsh found creative ways to pair being a single parent with juggling classes. 

Review: ‘The Last Dance’ a winner

June 5, 2020

The documentary includes never-before-seen footage from the 1997-98 season, along with interviews with star players Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and multiple Hall of Fame coaches and players.

Protest against police brutality in San Diego, CA. Picture shows crowd and a yellow sign with a black fist.

Former ASG President joins protests for police reform

June 4, 2020

National protests have taken place over the past week, former ASG president Oscar Rendon explained the protestors want to “bring light” onto reports that black people face severe sentences and are even killed for minor offenses, or sometimes alleged minor offenses, as was the case of George Floyd.

Black forum on Instagram

City College, San Diego Region Colleges to host black forum

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. 

REVIEW: ‘Murder to Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story’ shines light on injustice

June 3, 2020

Brown’s experience in the justice system as a person of color is a common social issue faced by many for decades and is still shown today through the current events such as the Black Lives Matter protest after the death of George Floyd by officer Derek Chauvin.

GoFundMe for Leslie Furcron

San Diego City College student injured during peaceful protest

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.

The California Community College state chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley shared a video statement on social media on June 1.

Community college officials share statements in support of black community

June 2, 2020

The state community college chancellor, as well as officials from the San Diego Community College District and City College, have shared public statements in solidarity against police brutality and racial injustice against the black community.

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