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Remote learning will continue in fall at City, SDCCD

San Diego City College
Fall 2020 classes will be “primarily” online, with plans to have some labs hybrid
Melisa Cabello-Cuahutle, Managing Editor May 5, 2020
The San Diego Community College District announced that the fall 2020 semester will be taken “primarily” online, according to a letter by Chancellor Constance Carroll.
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Academic Skills workshops available for students

Kitzia Rodelo December 2, 2015

If you're interested in finding a way to sharpen your academic skills and help during the spring semester, stop by the Academic Skills Workshops at City College. A series of diverse workshops will be offered...

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Perspective: Surviving on a student budget

Destiny Ortiz November 24, 2015

The next exam is the least of a student’s worries as other components of their lives become prominent like paying the monthly phone bill or rent. Sometimes what may seem like the cheapest option...

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Concurrent enrollment bill signed into law

Lauren J. Mapp October 27, 2015

Trustee Bernie Rhinerson announced that Gov. Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 288 for Concurrent Enrollment during the San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees meeting at San Diego Mesa College...

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Pro: cancelling classes is nothing personal, it’s just business

Denise White October 27, 2015

As the new school semester began, students looked forward to getting the classes they needed to transfer to a four-year university. Unfortunately, it appeared that many major and general education classes...

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Study Hours: Lost in the sea of college life

Destiny Ortiz October 26, 2015

Starting school a semester later than my classmates from high school wasn't my ideal way to begin college. But being only one of the second generation in my family who did go to college put a lot of pressure...

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No MAS, No MAS

Mexican American Studies classes have been dropped
Mike Madriaga October 14, 2015

The students weren’t clapping for applause at the MS-162 Hall on Sept. 22. It was more of a ceremonial "unity clap," similar to ones that Caesar Chavez did, to start off the mind-opening presentation...

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City College sheds light on social justice

Students from the support movement for Ayotzinapa, Mexico, expand on types of changes in an open forum on March 26 in building V-101. The panel expands and diversifies with those representing similar causes, such as, topics arising in Palestine and American Black culture. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao
Laura Sanchez, Phoenix Webb, and Aldo Ramírez April 21, 2015

Mayra Almaraz tearfully recounted how her ex-boyfriend is serving a life sentence for a botched robbery due to the three strikes law. Almaraz shared her story in MS-462 during the afternoon session of...

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Editorial: The costs of going to school

Franchesca Walker, Co-Arts & Features Editor April 21, 2015

There’s a great pressure for young adults to attend college and pursue a bachelor’s degree or higher. Oftentimes, one may be looked down upon for not working toward a degree and stereotyped as not...

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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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