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LEGEND: College enrollments drop; City College, SDSU students react

COVID-19 is impacting the amount of students applying
Gabriel Schneider, Managing Editor December 14, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected several areas of life this year including student enrollment, which is down according to data released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
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VIDEO: SDSU cancels spring break due to COVID-19 fears

Four "rest and recovery" days will be added to the spring term
Ben Guadarrama, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene December 4, 2020
San Diego State University has canceled its traditional spring break for the 2021 semester.
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VIDEO: SDSU is testing students for COVID-19

The latest on the mandate was featured on today’s edition of Newscene
Ben Guadarrama, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene September 18, 2020
SDSU students living on campus are now required to be tested for COVID-19, according to a campus-wide email sent by the university. The latest on the mandate was featured on today’s edition of Newscene, the award-winning student-produced weekly newscast.
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City College softball and baseball highlight weekend

Softball, baseball leads the way for Knights' teams with excellent weeks.
Sonny Garibay, Sports Editor March 19, 2019
San Diego City College softball team took full advantage of the warm weather this weekend, hosting five games and winning two of the three games that they played.
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San Diego Asian Film Festival by 3PIXstudios

SD Asian Film Festival opens in theaters

The festival will run from Nov. 8-17.
Patrick A. Reilly, Contributor October 8, 2018
The San Diego Asian Film Festival is in its 19th consecutive year of exhibition. The annual nonprofit event has a simple mission: to expand the legacy of Asian cinema.
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Agonizing choice: attend top college?

Antonio Marquez May 11, 2016

The two hours I took to to click the "decline" button felt like an eternity of misery and tears. Since I was a kid, I always wanted to go to a university. And San Diego State University became my dream...

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For the spring 2014 musical, the San Diego City College theater department decided on the  hip hop and Latin influenced “In the Heights,” set Washington Heights, New York. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Shining the spotlight on the spring semester

Moving into a newly renovated C building, a variety of performance opportunities and a new adjunct instructor await theater students in 2016
Lauren J. Mapp December 15, 2015

New dressing rooms, a costume-making classroom and set construction classrooms in the redesigned C building, as well as a new costume design instructor, will greet San Diego City College theater students...

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Going the extra mile

Freshman cross country runner Ishmael Fernandez makes strides in both athletics and academics
Denise White December 15, 2015

At only 19 years old, Ishmael Fernandez is no ordinary student athlete at City College. Fernandez is currently a freshman cross-country runner who balances practice, working part-time and classes, taking...

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The Knights faced the Cuyamaca Coyotes in their last game of the season, losing 4-2 at home, on Nov. 13. They ended the season placing third in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. Both teams played each other again in the first round of the SoCal Regional playoffs on Nov. 21 at Cuyamaca College, where the Coyotes defeated the Knights yet again, 2-1, moving into the second round of the playoffs. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Knights foul out of playoffs

Men’s soccer falls to Cuyamaca 2-1 in first round of SoCal Regionals
David Linares December 8, 2015

The round 1 playoff game of the Men’s Southern Region between the Cuyamaca College Coyotes and San Diego City College Knights on Nov. 21 was a heavily disputed game that saw Cuyamaca win in the last...

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San Diego City College professor and Visual and Performing Arts co-chair Katie Rodda Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Longtime theater professor becomes new arts co-chair

Katie Rodda joins Alicia Rincon to lead Visual and Performing Arts
Lauren J. Mapp November 11, 2015

San Diego City College’s Visual and Performing Arts department has a new department co-chair, Katie Rodda, who started in the position as of June of this year. Department co-chair predecessor, and...

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Study Hours: No longer fast or furious

Mike Madriaga October 13, 2015

Back in the 1990s, when I was pursuing my business management degree, I had already opened my second business. It was a time where I would attend Mesa College, sit in class, and my cell would blow up from...

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San Diego City College student Zaphire Alonso lays in her hospital bed at UCSD Medical Center on Sept. 9 after transferring from Hospital General de Playa del Carmen in Cancun, Mexico, after an Aug. 16 motorcycle accident. Photo credit: Mike Madriaga

‘Bring Zaphire home’

GoFundMe campaign helps bring City College student Zaphire Alonso back to San Diego after motorcycle accident in Mexico
Mike Madriaga September 29, 2015

“… We were going fast through the Carretera Tulum, then the motorcycle started moving around and that is when we flew (off),” explained Zaphire Alonso, a San Diego City College student who was absent...

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