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Sara Jacobs speaks to crowd

Women voices kick off City College’s Social Justice Conference

From sexual harassment to human trafficking, seven strong women tell their stories at She Was Warned: The Legalities of Being event.
Kristin Dixon, Newsletter Editor March 20, 2019
The struggles of being a woman were discussed on Wednesday evening at the fifth annual Social Justice & Education Conference.
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Two Bolivian female wrestlers battle wearing colorful dresses

City College music professor composes ‘Mamachas del Ring’ number

Professor Mike Espar held a screening of the 2009 Bolivian lucha libre documentary.
Jesse Altilio, Staff Writer March 20, 2019
San Diego City College professor Mike Espar held a screening of the 2009 documentary "Mamachas del Ring" on Tuesday. Espar, the newest hire in the City College music department, composed the musical number for the film. 
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Softball player catches ball while warming up.

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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Math Jam event outside of the L-building

Umoja bring music, pizza, and mathematics to City College

Math Jam helped students have fun and provided tutoring services.
Scott Gardinier, Staff Writer March 15, 2019
The UMOJA community at San Diego City College brought music and pizza to many students at the Math Center and Curran Plaza during yesterday’s Math Jam. 
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Panel of formerly incarcerated individuals spoke at City College. By Uyen Pham/City Times

Panel of formerly incarcerated individuals speak at City College

Life experiences and the struggle with the stigma of being formerly incarcerated were issues discussed by panelist.
Uyen Pham, Staff Writer March 15, 2019

San Diego City College’s World Culture Program, in partnership with Urban Scholars Union, brought to campus a panel of formerly incarcerated individuals on Wednesday. The We Are People Too event...

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Vanessa Tirado and Zoe Manjarrez throw the ball

Three-game weekend for City College softball

Knights face three out-of-conference teams in two days.
Sonny Garibay, Sports Editor March 15, 2019
The San Diego City College softball team will take a break from conference play this weekend, with games against Ventura College, Santa Barbara City College and L.A. Harbor College. 
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Poster of Citys Champions

Emotional roller-coaster of state championship relived at City College

A documentary by a City alumnus retells the highs and lows of the 2017 basketball championship run.
Vicky Pineda, Assistant Sports Editor March 14, 2019
San Diego City College World Cultures presented a screening of “The City’s Champions,” a documentary made by alumnus David Pradel. The documentary followed the Knights’ journey to the 2017 California State Championship and also honors one of the players, Nate Edwards.
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Pitcher Chase Martinez delivers a pitch.

City College baseball shuts out Desert

Chase Martinez dominated the mound for the Knights.
Sonny Garibay, Sports Editor March 11, 2019
The San Diego City College baseball team picked up their first series win of the season Saturday, beating College of the Desert, 15-0, at Morley Field.
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Estefania de La Torre, volunteer and student technician in front of entrance to the Women Rock Conference.

Women Rock Conference empowers students at San Diego City College

Conference kicked off list of Women’s History Month events.
Elisabeth Vermeulen and Uyen Pham March 9, 2019
City Women Rock Conference was all about women. The one-day conference held at City College on Friday contained a meaningful message that connected audience members to those who have come before them, especially women of color.
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Clubs and organizations tabling at City College

City College attempts Club Rush for a third time

After two cancellations, students can learn more about campus organizations at Club Rush.
Scott Gardinier, Staff Writer March 7, 2019
San Diego City College officials are hoping for good weather on Thursday for the third attempt at Club Rush. 
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Manuel Cardona in a tennis match

Knights tennis extends win streak

City College tennis grabs eighth consecutive victory.
Sonny Garibay, Sports Editor March 5, 2019
The San Diego City College men’s tennis team extended their winning streak to eight when they beat Glendale College at home Friday night. 
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Marisol Clark-Ibanez presenting at City College

Author brings views on the struggles of undocumented Latinos to City College

A book by Cal State San Marcos professor brings light to the lives of Latinos and immigrants.
Kristin Dixon, Newsletter Editor March 5, 2019

Author and professor Dr. Marisol Clark-Ibáñez presented a lecture and a Q&A session on her book “Undocumented Latino Youth: Navigating Their Worlds” at San Diego City College on Monday. The...

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