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Lori Oldham with SACNAS president and club members during City College club Showcase. Zoom screenshot

RADIO: City College SACNAS featured in club showcase (with update)

SACNAS demonstrated science experiments during club showcase
Will Mauriz, Multimedia Journalist April 28, 2021
This past Friday the SACNAS San Diego City College chapter was featured in the City College club showcase which broadcasts live on the Student Affairs’ YouTube Channel.
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RADIO: City College PATH program hosts career panel

The event helps students interested in arts and humanities
Assad Khalilzadeh, Multimedia Journalist April 14, 2021
San Diego City College’s Preparing Accomplished Transfers to the Humanities program, better known as PATH, is hosting an event to help students interested in arts and humanities.
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PODCAST: Weekly Sex and Sexuality podcast debuts

PODCAST: Weekly Sex and Sexuality podcast debuts

A weekly podcast for students to get information or ask questions about taboo topics
Marlena Harvey, Managing Editor April 8, 2021
San Diego City College mental health intern Tristan Hartley joins City Times Managing Editor Marlena Harvey to bring taboo conversations to the campus community through a new podcast.
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Yusef “Bunchy” Shakur

Conference keynote emphasizes community to overcome oppression

Yusef “Bunchy” Shakur spoke as part of the City College's social justice conference
Braydon Griffith, Multimedia Journalist March 26, 2021
As the 6th Annual Social Justice Conference continues, Thursday’s conferences started with keynote speaker, Yusef “Bunchy” Shakur. Shakur is an author, educator and a survivor of the incarceration system, who educates and promotes community to fight the oppressive behaviors in present-day America. 
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Dignity to Dream

Dignity to Dream: 6th Annual Social Justice Conference kicks off with poetry

Willie Perdomo, author and poet, was the first keynote speaker
Marlena Harvey, Managing Editor March 25, 2021
“My history professor has a bad habit of looking at me when discussing slavery,” Willie Perdomo read aloud from one of his poems. “Professor, why do you keep looking at me, when discussing slavery?”
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Student studying

City College Student Affairs offers study breaks

EOPS deadline coming and telemedicine appointments available
Candise Berry and Braydon Griffith March 18, 2021
The San Diego City College Office of Student Affairs will continue hosting a series of virtual study break activities through May on Zoom.
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Taboo Topics

UPDATE: Workshops make taboo the new normal at City College

Taboo Topics meets every other Wednesday through May 5 at 4:30 p.m.
Marlena Harvey, Managing Editor March 1, 2021
When it comes to sexuality or mental health, we often find ourselves afraid of asking questions or sharing personal experiences. Two students at San Diego City College have decided to create a safe space to break these taboos. 
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Taboo Topics

#TODAYATCITY: ‘Taboo Topics,’ paid fellowship chat on the calendar

Participate in a workshop in a safe space and learn about paid fellowships
Kathryn Gray and Rachel de la Torre February 17, 2021
A Student Health Center workshop on Taboo Topics and a Q&A session about a paid fellowship program are both on the calendar at City College today.
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Amazon Building

VIDEO: The pandemic causing an economic divide

The wealth of Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos doubled, while unemployment soared
Noelle Mortensen, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene December 17, 2020
During the course of 2020 and the pandemic, the popularity of online shopping has been surging. Amazon has become a convenient way many people shop for their basic needs. 
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Zoomtopia

VIDEO: Zoom logged record-breaking year

The video conference platform is a rare winner during the pandemic
Assad Khalilzadeh, Multimedia Journalist, Newscene December 16, 2020
The pandemic has given the video conferencing platform Zoom the greatest boost in usage and popularity any business could hope for.
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Aztec Student Union

MAGAZINE: College enrollments drop; City College, SDSU students react

COVID-19 is impacting the amount of students applying
Gabriel Schneider, Managing Editor December 14, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected several areas of life this year including student enrollment, which is down according to data released by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.
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CalWorks puppet show

CalWorks Arts & Crafts Day brings holiday spirit to City College

CalWorks is hosting a virtual puppet show on Nov. 20
Lucas Barreto, Staff Writer November 19, 2020
With many City College students isolated from friends and family during the holidays, Zoom has become the best way to bring everyone together to celebrate. 
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