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Daron Woods says that being a foreign student allows him to bring a fresh perspective to student government at CityCollege. Photo credit: Beatriz Merced.

ASG president-elect wants more student participation

Natalie Hanson April 28, 2016

Even if you aren't following the student government elections, if you will attend City College next fall, you should know the name Daron Woods. He’s in his second semester at City College, hails from...

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The croissant with Brasilia filling comes with a small side salad and pairs perfectly with Sambas fresh and made-to-order pineapple juice. Photo credit: Katherine Salindayao-White

Student Eats: Samba cuisine misses the beat

Katherine Salindayao-White October 27, 2015

A new, affordable Brazilian cuisine restaurant with personalized options opened on July 7. Located on 819 C St., Samba is right next to the City College trolley stop. The owners of Samba, Juliano Colasana...

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Hannah Simone (right) and Tiya Sircar (left) star in Miss India America, the opening night film for the 16th annual San Diego Asian Film Festival on Nov. 5 at the Museum of Contemporary Arts Sherwood Auditorium. Photo from missindiaamericapictures.com.

San Diego Asian Film Festival celebrates its sweet 16

Jennifer Manalili October 27, 2015

The San Diego Asian Film Festival will kick off Nov. 5 and run through the 14th with this year's edition of the festival featuring more than 130 films from more than 20 countries, according to their official...

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‘Squidtoons’ makes a splash at City College

Heder Casas September 28, 2015

Living surrounded by the beach and aquatic parks and not knowing anything about it? There's no better way to learn more about the ocean, how it works and everything that lives on it that by someone who...

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Late City College professor Hoat Le. Courtesy photo.

Math professor Hoat Le leaves behind nursing scholarships

Holly Bridges April 21, 2015

City College lost one of its longtime math teachers last month. Professor Hoat Le died March 24, leaving behind his wife, Sandra Lew, and his teenage daughter, Minh-Tam Le, and a whole lot of students...

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Study Hours: Comparing learning curves between university and community college

Laura Sanchez March 24, 2015

No one ever said it would get better; no one ever tells you it’ll be all right. After that first semester in high school ended, anxiety and fear kicked in full gear. I just wanted to graduate and...

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Adjunct professor Ian Duckles addresses students and staff gathered at Gorton Quad on Feb. 25 to raise awareness about the ongoing struggle of part-time
teaching staff at community colleges and universities at the local and state level. Shrinking budgets have made it economically beneficial for schools to  rely heavily on their adjunct faculty, who make less money and receive fewer benefits than their full-time counterparts Photo credit: Joe Kendall

Part-time professors rally for full-time equality

Phoenix Webb March 10, 2015

More than 100 adjunct instructors and their supporters took another stand against inequality with a rally Feb. 25 at San Diego City College. The rally was organized by Ian Duckles on behalf of Associated...

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Christine Bernadette Ondevilla (right) performing in the Spring 2014 musical “In the Heights.” Legend Magazine file.

‘City Moves’ dance program honors late student

Amber Henry December 12, 2014

The City Dance Department dedicated the entire “City Moves” performance last weekend, to honor the life and impact of a passionate student choreographer and dancer, Christine Bernadette Ondevilla,...

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UC Officer N. Garcia watches as activists and students protesting the court-ordered closure of the UCSD Ché Café march to Scholars and Gilman drives in October. Photo credit: Torrey Spoerer

Supporters of Ché Café seek its preservation

Torrey Spoerer, Opinion Editor November 18, 2014

For the past 34 years, the Ché Café has been an autonomous arts and music venue for UCSD students and non-students who seek to organize and share creative ideas in the same unfiltered space. This...

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Upcoming ABC sitcom “Fresh Off the Boat” will be making its world premiere at the 15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival on Nov. 8 at University of San Diego Shiley Theatre. Photo Credit: ABC.go.com.

15th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival begins Nov. 6

Angelica Wallingford November 3, 2014

Back for its 15th year the San Diego Asian Film Festival starts off Nov. 6 in the Gaslamp Quarter. According to the website this year's festival will showcase over 140 films from 12 countries over the...

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Transfer Center helps students plan out future

Kenan Jackson October 14, 2014

If students are thinking of transferring to a four-year university or just seeking information about the transfer process, then visiting the Transfer Center is one place to start. The Transfer Center offers...

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The dancers in “The Salton Sea” playfully sprinkled the sand around during opening night of “Dancing on the Fine Edge” May 8. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

Blending art with dance (with photo gallery)

Diego Lynch May 15, 2014

The show could not be contained on one stage. Black-clad performers embodying an oil spill. Dancers tossing up sand with their hands. A group of young men and women sliding down parking lot stairs. Each...

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