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  • Alumnus alleges police abuse, stops traffic on C Street

    Alumnus alleges police abuse, stops traffic on C Street

    Mike Madriaga

    November 21, 2016

    San Diego police blocked a key street through City College for more than an hour around midday Nov. 16, while an African American alumnus lay on the ground accusing officers of roughly removing him from a class and injuring him. More than 20 students eventually sat next to the man on the street in solidarity, while officers directed traffic around... READ MORE »»

    Royce Allen Green, foreground, stopped traffic on C Street on Nov. 16. Photo: Mike Madriaga

  • Knights volleyball team reach playoffs for first time

    Knights volleyball team reach playoffs for first time

    Gabe Rivera

    November 18, 2016

    The City College Knights women's volleyball team won their regular season finale against the Palomar College Comets at Harry West Gym,  Nov. 16 and ended up with their most successful finish in the history of the program. The Knights defeated the Comets 3-1 (23-25, 25-18, 25-16, 26-24) in what was a competitive game from start to finish. The win... READ MORE »»

    Sophomore outside hitter Chloe Gruwell (left) hits the ball surprising freshmen middle blockers Madyson Lozano and Samantha Radebaugh. Photo credit: Celia Jimenez

    Celia Jimenez

  • Review & Photo Gallery: ‘City Moves’ will delight you

    Review & Photo Gallery: ‘City Moves’ will delight you

    Celia Jimenez

    November 18, 2016

    "City Moves" is one of the best dance recitals the City College has staged in the last three years. The show opens Friday night, Nov. 18, at the Saville Theatre and concludes the next day. The recital is a roller coster of music and emotions. There is happiness, tragedy, misery, and so on, brought to life using traditional music genres used each... READ MORE »»

    Priscilla M. Valencia and Anahy Barragan dance in "Blue Dream" on Nov. 17 during the dress rehearsal of "City Moves" at the Saville Theatre at San Diego City College.

    Celia Jimenez

  • Students march against Trump

    Students march against Trump

    Shaylyn Martos

    November 17, 2016

    Students from San Diego City College and San Diego High School took to the streets in a walk-out calling for solidarity with the marginalized groups President-Elect Donald Trump criticized during his run for office. At 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, representatives from Puente, M.E.Ch.A., the International Socialist Organization and other student organizations... READ MORE »»

    A San Diego police officer clashes with a young man during a march Nov. 16 through downtown streets to protest the election of Donald Trump as president.

    Celia Jimenez

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Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Angelica Wallingford

Dear readers, Hunched over my computer looking through edit after edit of this issue, I ...  Read More »

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Crossing Borders

Crossing Borders

Laura Sanchez

The Tijuana-San Diego border is a nonstop pumping vessel. It never sleeps. Thousands...  Read More »

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Tourist’s Guide to San Diego

Tourist’s Guide to San Diego

There are many reasons why San Diego is named “America’s Finest City.” It was where pop-pun...  Read More »

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San Diego, As Told By Locals

San Diego, As Told By Locals

Angelica Wallingford

San Diego has been covered by almost every travel show imaginable. There have been guides...  Read More »

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Street Superheroes

Street Superheroes

Joe Kendall

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No Gray Area Here

No Gray Area Here

Mark Elliott

“We’re agents of change …” Anyone riding a San Diego trolley who has seen the...  Read More »

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Cycling the D.I.Y. Skills

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Torrey Spoerer

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Nothing nourishes the drained body like a breakfast burrito after one of “those nights”...  Read More »

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Obscuring Gender

Obscuring Gender

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City College stands with Standing Rock

Shaylyn Martos

San Diego City College students from M.E.Ch.A. are holding a fundraiser on Dec. 17 to raise awareness and take donations for the Standing Rock Dakota Access Pipeline donation...  Read More »

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Students march against Trump

Students march against Trump

Shaylyn Martos

Students from San Diego City College and San Diego High School took to the streets in a walk-out calling for solidarity with the marginalized groups President-Elect Donald...  Read More »

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Additional funds for colleges approved

Thomas Chesy

Voters in California last week approved an extension of a tax on the wealthy to maintain current funding levels for public education in the state, as well as a $9 billion bo...  Read More »

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Review & Photo Gallery: ‘City Moves’ will delight you

Review & Photo Gallery: ‘City Moves’ will delight you

"City Moves" is one of the best dance recitals the City College has staged in the last three years. The show opens Friday night, Nov. 18, at the Saville Theatre and concludes...  Read More »

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City Bites: Tamales Run

City Bites visited Logan Heights in search for some tamales for the holidays.  Roberto found a pork tamale in Las Cuatro Milpas, located at 1857 Logan Ave.  Melissa found...  Read More »

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Not My President

In the aftermath of the historic presidential election of 2016, one has to think that there is definitely something wrong with the core of American society today. On Tuesday, ...  Read More »

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