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Brother Yusef Miller speaking, wearing a grey suit behind a table with a red tablecloth

Tolerance event brings Islamic tradition to City College

March 10, 2020

The World Cultures program hosted a presentation called Culture of Tolerance in the Islamic Tradition with Miller on Thursday, March 5. It was an effort to improve relationships between Muslims and non-Muslim communities through education.

San Diego Symphony string quartet

A priceless performance played at City College

December 10, 2019

The San Diego Symphony’s string quartet performed at the Saville Theatre on Nov. 6. If you missed it, there are more chances to enjoy the symphony on a student budget.

Editorial: Fix the academic event calender, students will come

Justine Schulz

October 27, 2015

Accuracy is a vital component in our society for us to be able to succeed. As should be the case with academic calendars. It is crucial to provide information that is clear, concise and accurate. Students, as much as possible, should not encounter the nuisance of missing campus events online at www.sdcity.edu due to inaccurate times, incomplete information or merely because it was nev...

Common Ground Theatre troupe perfoms an excerpt from the upcoming play “North Star Shining” at the Saville Theatre on Feb. 5. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

‘North Star Shining’ lights up the Saville Theatre

February 8, 2015

The red stage lights dimmed down onto the stage as the sounds of African drums streamed through the speakers of the Saville Theatre. The cast, all African...

Using a rattle and a copal (a tree resin incense) Carlos Granados (right), a traditional healer, leads City students, staff and volunteers in a spiritual healing session in the Saville Theatre. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

Getting out of default mode

September 16, 2014

Students, staff and the general public filled the Saville Theater Sept. 4 to listen as Kali Love, a certified teacher at the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, sp...

Chopra Center instructor Kali Love practicing yoga in Big Bear Lake, Calif. (Facebook)

The Chopra Center comes to City

August 30, 2014

City College's World Cultures Program has invited Kali Love, a world renowned teacher from the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, to speak with students on re...

Jonestown survivor Laura Johnston Kohl spoke to an audience at City College on Oct. 29. Michelle Moran, City Times.

Life after tragedy: surviving Jonestown

November 13, 2013

On Nov. 18, 1978, Americans were shocked by one of the most traumatic incidents in history.More than 900 people died that day in Guyana, in a location ...

Iranian born filmmaker describes importance of humanity

Aiesha Harrison

November 13, 2013

It is important for people step out of their comfort zone to come together, regardless of their differences. That is the message Jahangir Golestan-Parast, an Iranian born filmmaker, delivered at City College on Nov. 5 as part of the World Cultures Program. He spoke about a documentary he produced, entitled “Bam 6.6: Humanity Has No borders,” which was screened ...

Author overcomes adversity

Author overcomes adversity

October 30, 2013

Have you ever had an annoying little itch on your nose? Now, imagine not being able to scratch it. That was one of the small things things Professor Humberto...

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