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Lentil soup and potato salad

VIDEO: A hearty lentil soup good anytime made from Hunger Action Day at City College

Are you up for the #citycookingchallenge? Share you best dish on social media
Jesus Lopez, Staff Writer March 2, 2021
City Times reporter Jesus Lopez was back at San Diego City College's Hunger Action Day. He made a lentil soup with the onions, potatoes and carrots from his box of donated food.
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Grief

#TODAYATCITY: Grief support workshop series starts today at City College

Meetings offer a safe space to find healing, navigate grief
Kathryn Gray, Staff Writer February 23, 2021
San Diego City College’s Student Health Center presents Carrying On, a grief support workshop series offering a safe space to find healing and navigate your grief. It starts today at 3 p.m.
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City Talks

5 tips for self-care from the City College campus (with video)

City College’s administration shared how they relieve stress
Vicky Pineda, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene February 16, 2021
During convocation, the San Diego City College vice presidents’ had a conversation about self care. It was one of the questions that was brought up by Cesar Gumapas, during the City Talk Unscripted discussion, which is the campus version of Ted Talks.
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CSU deadline

Application deadline extended for CSU

New deadline for fall 2021 is December 15
Vicky Pineda, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2020
The California State University has changed the deadline for transfers from its original date Dec. 4.
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Campus computer lab

City College students with disabilities struggle with remote learning

The disAbility Support Programs and Services office offers support, services
Sophia Traylor, Staff Writer November 30, 2020
San Diego City College offers resources for students with disabilities through its disAbility Support Programs and Services office, but there are still many overlooked difficulties and misconceptions with remote learning.
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San Diego Symphony Stream

San Diego Symphony presents a virtual concert for City College

An undeniably uplifting experience that brought students together to celebrate the art of music
Deserie Larios, Staff Writer November 17, 2020
The beautiful pieces performed by the musicians proved to be a remarkable performance.
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A senior couple in front of a registrar of voter tent.

VIDEO: Ballots still being counted

Todd Gloria holds a lead in the race for mayor of San Diego
Vicky Pineda, Editor-in-Chief November 6, 2020
Even with all the changes for the 2020 Election, Cynthia Paes, San Diego County’s Assistant Registrar of Voters, said that Election Day, and night, went by smoothly.
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ASG forum

City College hosts virtual post-election forum to connect college community together

ASG hosts a virtual forum to discuss post-election
Vicky Pineda, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2020
The topics ranged from what is known from this year's election to how to take care of your mental health during these stressful days and weeks coming up.
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Election 2020 Results

Early results are in

The first results were at 8:10 p.m.
City Times Staff, Editors November 3, 2020
According to sdvote.com, the first results at 8:10 p.m. included “mail ballots received and ballots cast at polls before Election Day.”
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Sean Elo-Rivera

Sean Elo-Rivera encourages the youth to ‘show up and vote’ (with video)

District 9 hopeful standing strong to finish the race
Christina Painton, Staff Writer November 3, 2020
Elo-Rivera’s work has largely focused on providing opportunities for students whose basic needs are not met, like housing and food insecurity.
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Republican Party Event Flyer

Local Republicans to host watch party, peaceful protest

Events planned by the Republican Party of San Diego County
Brandon Manus, Staff Writer November 3, 2020
The Republican Party of San Diego County is hosting a peaceful protest and election night watch party for the 2020 presidential election at the Legacy Resort in Mission Valley tonight.
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Sushi 2 On Broadway

A local business transforms wooden boards into art

Remnants of earlier protests, concern for post-election unrest is a canvas
Brandon Manus, Staff Writer November 3, 2020
A few businesses around Downtown San Diego have been boarding up in fear of protests sparked by the 2020 presidential election, according to numerous media reports. But Sushi 2 On Broadway decided to turn protest defense into something of art and community.
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