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2019 State of the Union - Donald Trump

City College officials disagree with President Trump’s characterization of the border

San Diego was used by Trump as an example of the benefits of the wall during State of the Union.
Jonny Rico, Editor-in-Chief February 7, 2019
President Donald Trump pointed to San Diego as an example for why the government should build a physical barrier along the rest of the U.S.-Mexico border during his State of the Union address on Tuesday evening. City College’s officials, though, disagreed with the president’s characterization of San Diego and the border region as a whole.
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MLK Day Parade float

Dream of MLK lives on in City College float

City College looks to make an impact at the annual MLK Day Parade with a larger-than-life float.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor January 20, 2019
San Diego City College will be participating in the 39th annual MLK Day Parade with a float that will be larger than life. Numerous volunteers have spent over 100 hours creating the City College float, which will feature a 14-foot moving MLK figure.
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SDGE outage map

Power back after outage at City College, again

Friday classes are canceled two weeks in a row due to unplanned power outages in the area.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor December 7, 2018
Power outages in the downtown San Diego, Balboa Park and Golden Hill area shut down City College campus for the second time in as many weeks.
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SDCCD police in front of the A building

Power returns after outage closes City College campus

The Transfer Center, packed with students trying to make application deadlines, was evacuated.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor November 30, 2018
An SDG&E power outage darkened City College and a large portion of downtown San Diego, Balboa Park and Golden Hill at approximately 11:15 a.m. on Friday. A cause has not yet been determined.
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Poling place sign

Provisional ballots still an option for unregistered voters

Those who missed the registration deadline may still cast a vote on Nov. 6.
Carla Zuniga, Staff Writer November 6, 2018
There is still a chance to cast a vote on Nov. 6 even if the Oct. 22 registration deadline was missed. A person can still visit their nearest polling place and cast a provisional ballot on Election Day.
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Dia de los Muertos

Halloween week events continue in San Diego

Halloween falls on Hump Day, but the city won’t be dead.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 30, 2018
Halloween falls on Hump Day, but the city won’t be dead. Here is a list of upcoming Halloween and Dia de los Muertos events on and around the City College campus.
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Politifest program cover

Politifest brings candidates, props to San Diego citizens

Local nonprofit news site Voice of San Diego to host summit on local and state politics.
Ian Tapang, Staff Writer October 5, 2018
As the upcoming midterm election approaches, Voice of San Diego will host an event where local issues and candidates in the forthcoming ballot are discussed in panels, debates and presentations.
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Knights volleyball shows continued success throughout season

Ranked players Alina Fletes and DeeAnn Schaal share their insight on what they think keeps the team moving
Marissa Gonzalez, Sports Editor September 25, 2018
“We have a really good team dynamic,” Schaal said. “The team is bonding well together, and are playing really well together.”
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Incubus at KAABOO Del Mar

Incubus a fan favorite during KAABOO’s opening night

Foo Fighters, Nelly and Post Malone were among the top performers at KAABOO Del Mar on Sept. 14.
Brian Mohler, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 14, 2018
KAABOO Del Mar kicked into high gear with Foo Fighters, Nelly and Post Malone among the top performers on Sept. 14.
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Raising the 3 percent

Film festival highlights Latinos in the industry
Ikedra King, Arts Editor April 20, 2018

For the second time this month, San Diego is at the forefront of film celebrations in Southern California.This year marks the 25th anniversary showcasing Latino filmmakers, directors, and actors to celebrate...

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Onward and Upward

Journalism students shine after community college education
Ikedra King, Arts Editor April 18, 2018

Underrecognized majors at San Diego City College such as Radio, TV, Film and Digital Journalism programs have continued to produce successful contributors to their respective fields of news and entertainment....

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City College students took center stage at San Diego Film Week

Yakira Delgadillo, 1524098091:135 April 18, 2018

March 23, 2018 Seven San Diego City College students from the Radio Television and Film Department showcased their films at the San Diego Film Week 2018.   Miguel Espinoza, Sam Hinsvark,...

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