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A City College player defends the soccerball against an Imperial Valley College opponent during a match

WEEK IN REVIEW: Women’s, Men’s soccer end losing streaks

City College soccer teams end skids while Women's Volleyball upsets ranked opponent.
Sonny Garibay, Editor-in-Chief October 15, 2019
San Diego City College Women’s Soccer ended a ten game losing streak when they defeated Imperial Valley College 2-0 on Friday.
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Knights soccer player Erwin Hampton celebrates after scoring a goal.

Knights men’s soccer gets first win of season

City scored three goals in victory.
Vicky Pineda and Sonny Garibay October 9, 2019
After a long-awaited win over rival San Diego Mesa on Tuesday, City College men’s soccer coach Milton Hidalgo was relieved that, for the first time this season, his team got a result worthy of its effort.
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A City College Student participates in activity at a booth during the Suicide Prevention Fair.

City College hosts suicide prevention fair

Festivities were aimed at getting students to open up about mental health.
Sonny Garibay and Vicky Pineda September 25, 2019
San Diego City College's Student Health Center hosted its yearly Suicide Prevention Fair in collaboration with local community organizations on campus on Wednesday.  The annual event, with its lively feel and friendly approach, raised awareness about preventing suicide while also reducing the stigma to ask for help.
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Members of the club Phi Theta Kappa sit behind their booth at club rush.

Club Rush enjoys sunny weather

Clubs and organizations had their third Club Rush of the semester.
The City Times staff went out on assignment to speak with representatives of the clubs participating in today's Club Rush.   
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A panel of formerly incarcerated students speaks to am audience at City College.

First World Cultures event focused on criminal justice

Formerly incarcerated students work toward success against the odds.
Vicky Pineda, Sports Editor September 13, 2019
The first World Cultures event kicked off with “Treated Like A Number: Not A Human” with Dr. Rob Rubalcaba, a mathematics professor at San Diego City College.
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City College students Sebastian Dunne and Andrew Leal

Special elections scheduled for City College ASG

Advisers of the student government hope to generate more interest this semester.
Vicky Pineda, Sports Editor August 29, 2019
As the fall semester at San Diego City College begins, the Associated Student Government is handing out packets for candidates to run for student office. 
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A graduating student hugs his mother

City College pays price for convention center move

Cancelled Balboa Park Project pushes graduation to Convention Center.
Vicky Pineda, Assistant Sports Editor May 24, 2019
The city of San Diego’s planned Balboa Park Reservation project, which was meant to renovate the Plaza de Panama section of the park, forced San Diego City College to look for alternative venue options for its yearly commencement ceremony.
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The voice actors prepare themselves, doing multiple readings to fine tune the voices they will use for the show. Photo credit: Troy Orem

Dramas to Hit the Airwaves: Student Radio Brings Back an Old Art Form

Amanda Rhoades May 14, 2014

Before the average American household had more TVs than people, radio dramas were a vital part the entertainment industry. They began airing in the 1920s, but were popularized in 1938 when Orson Welles’...

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