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Heriberto Gerardo Gutierrez, dueño de la Tortilleria El Grano de Oro

Empresarios en National City batallan para mantener negocios durante la pandemia de COVID-19 (con podcast)

Negocios pequeños en la avenida Highland enfrentan dificultades con altos casos de COVID-19 y alto desempleo
National City, la segunda ciudad más antigua en el condado de San Diego, ha sido impactada desproporcionadamente por altos casos de COVID-19 y por la oleada de desempleo que sigue subiendo.
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Los periodistas-estudiantiles Gabriel Schneider y Susana Serrano entrevistan a Ana Rozo

El Proyecto Highland Avenue

El proyecto multimedio toma una profunda vista al impacto que ha tenido la pandemia en los negocios pequeñas familiares en National City
La pandemia del Coronavirus ha pegado más fuerte a comunidades desatendidas por todo Estados Unidos y empresarios latinos tuvieron que adaptarse a los nuevos retos para mantener sus negocios abiertos.
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Heriberto Gerardo Gutierrez

National City entrepreneurs struggle to keep business afloat during COVID-19 pandemic (with podcast)

A combination of high COVID-19 cases, surging unemployment hinders Highland Avenue’s smallest businesses
The second oldest city in San Diego County has been hit disproportionately hard by a distressing combination of soaring COVID-19 infection rates and surging unemployment throughout the pandemic.
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HIGHLAND AVENUE

GALLERY: A tour of Highland Avenue’s small businesses

The street is home to small, locally-owned restaurants, barbershops and markets
Vicky Pineda, Multimedia Journalist June 23, 2021
Highland Avenue was once known for lowrider car cruising. Now it is National City’s downtown, a strip where small businesses reside.
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Gabriel Schneider and Susana Serrano interview Family Decals Ana Rozo

About The Highland Avenue Project

The multimedia project takes in-depth look at pandemic’s impact on National City’s family-owned small businesses
The coronavirus pandemic hit underserved communities in the United States the hardest and Latinx entrepreneurs had to adapt to new challenges to keep their businesses open. 
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PODCAST: Looking back at the best of Sex and Sexuality podcast

PODCAST: Looking back at the best of Sex and Sexuality podcast

The seven-episode podcast is available online
Vicky Pineda, CTM Operations Manager June 3, 2021
Marlena Harvey, Managing Editor of the City Times has been speaking with counseling interns at San Diego City College, Tristan Hartley and Laurel Marks. 
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Kiyara Long, Women’s Tennis

City College scholar-athletes score in the classroom

75 student-athletes had a 3.0 or better GPA in the fall
Vicky Pineda, Operations Manager June 2, 2021
Despite more than a year with COVID-19 and San Diego City College being closed, student-athletes excelled in their classrooms. 
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Knights against LA Southwest

San Diego City College student-athletes to return to campus

The decision comes after San Diego moves into a less-restrictive red tier
Vicky Pineda, CTM Operations Manager March 17, 2021
The San Diego Community College District approved for student-athletes to return to its campuses for conditioning training next month.
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News Radio Midday

RADIO: Upcoming deadline could impact City College students’ GPAs

The San Diego Padres are also thanking Governor Gavin Newsom in today's edition of News Radio Midday
Vicky Pineda, CTM Operations Manager March 8, 2021
In today's episode, a deadline is approaching that could impact your GPA if you are a San Diego City College student. The San Diego Padres are thanking Governor Gavin Newsom. In weather, rain is on the way. Get your umbrellas ready, San Diego!
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News Radio Midday

RADIO: News Radio Midday debuts on Soundcloud

Twice-weekly show will feature a 10-minute student-produced radio news program
Vicky Pineda, CTM Operations Manager March 3, 2021
The students of City Times Sound debuted the first News Radio Midday show on Wednesday, March 3.
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City Talks

5 tips for self-care from the City College campus (with video)

City College’s administration shared how they relieve stress
Vicky Pineda, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene February 16, 2021
During convocation, the San Diego City College vice presidents’ had a conversation about self care. It was one of the questions that was brought up by Cesar Gumapas, during the City Talk Unscripted discussion, which is the campus version of Ted Talks.
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Diangela Veras and Vicky Pineda

City Times EIC finds a new outlook amid near-constant change

Pineda wrapped up her fourth and final semester with the City Times on Dec. 14
Will Mauriz, Contributor December 23, 2020
In the past nine months, City Times Editor-in-Chief Vicky Pineda has seen her situation change plenty. But so has her outlook.
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