• ‘City Moves’ dancers give show-stopping performances at Saville Theatre

    ‘City Moves’ dancers give show-stopping performances at Saville Theatre

    Amber Henry

    December 12, 2014

    “City Moves” was a fresh breath of air found at the Saville Theatre Dec. 5 and 6, for the student and faculty dance concert, where magic existed and the dancers and choreographers put their hearts out on their sleeve and went for it. It was fascinating to watch as this eclectic mix of experienced level dancers found their own unique strength... READ MORE »»

    Students perform in the Black Box Theatre to audition for the show “City Moves,” which had two performances Dec. 5 and 6 at the Saville Theatre. Auditions were held by instructors Terry Wilson, Grace Jun, Debi Toth, Terri Shipman, Kristin Arcidiacono and Alicia Rincon. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

  • ‘City Moves’ dance program honors late student

    ‘City Moves’ dance program honors late student

    Amber Henry

    December 12, 2014

    The City Dance Department dedicated the entire “City Moves” performance last weekend, to honor the life and impact of a passionate student choreographer and dancer, Christine Bernadette Ondevilla, who died by suicide on Sept. 6, one week after turning 23 years old. “Now I see the signs,” said Bernadette's father, Nilo Ondevilla, “But I... READ MORE »»

    Christine Bernadette Ondevilla (right) performing in the Spring 2014 musical “In the Heights.” Legend Magazine file.

  • Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

    Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

    Miguel Cid

    December 10, 2014

    “Hands up! Walkout! Hands up! Walkout! Hands up,” was the call to fellow students on the way to class, along 16th and C streets, and through San Diego City College hallways at 1 p.m. on Dec. 2 — drawing students out of classrooms to gather on the steps at the AH building for a student led “die-in.” Members from activist clubs such as Students... READ MORE »»

    Student and Students in Power member Tony Perez raises his fist, leading the crowd that gathered in the BT Plaza in a chant of “We won’t take it anymore,” referring to recent officer-involved deaths that have and haven’t made national news. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

  • A breath of fresh art

    A breath of fresh art

    Paola Garcia, Life & Arts Editor

    December 9, 2014

    The ocean is often times a reflection of serenity and bliss, a host of many hobbies and also a source of endless inspiration. And this is the case for Aaron Chang, a photojournalist who presents his work in a dynamic and personal way. Located in the heart of the Seaport Village District, inside the Mediterranean and colonial Spanish architecturally... READ MORE »»

    Located at the Headquarters at Seaport District, the Aaron Chang Ocean Art Gallery features a variety of fine art photographs from San Diego as well as examples from Chang's journeys to other countries. Gallery staff are attentive and friendly able to answer any questions you could come up with regarding the art on the walls. Photo credit: Troy Orem

  • Student Eats: Cuisine fresh from South Africa

    Student Eats: Cuisine fresh from South Africa

    Torrey Spoerer, Opinion Editor

    December 9, 2014

    After opening its doors almost two years ago on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Broadway, Spike Africa’s Fresh Fish Grill and Bar is constantly full of eager diners, both local and tourist. Their wide variety of South African influenced flavors and beverages guarantees the trending hype isn't slowing down any time soon. From 3 to 6:30 p.m. on weekdays... READ MORE »»

    Spike Africa's offers a selection of euphoric drinks to accompany their vast South African menu. Photo credit: Torrey Spoerer

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Evolution of an adjunct – the lengthy process for adjuncts to achieve full-time status

Phoenix Webb

Note from the editor: This is the third in a series of three stories about the gap in wages and facilities access between adjunct and full-time instructors. For the...  Read More »

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A campus divided

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Angelica Wallingford, Editor in Chief

Off in the corner of a somewhat vacant part of campus, only steps away from the social hub that is City College’s cafeteria sits the Associated Students Government (ASG)...  Read More »

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Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

Students stage walkout in protest in wake of Michael Brown grand jury decision

Miguel Cid

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‘City Moves’ dancers give show-stopping performances at Saville Theatre

‘City Moves’ dancers give show-stopping performances at Saville Theatre

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Knight Bites: Pie made of apples and festive cheer

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Sexual abuse victims shouldn’t be silenced

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