• Knight Bites: Breakfast, over-easy

    Knight Bites: Breakfast, over-easy

    Angelica Wallingford

    September 17, 2014

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but it can be hard to remember to stop and enjoy, or indulge in, with busy schedule and a hectic load of class work but here are two easy breakfast dishes that can be made in advance and reheated or even enjoyed on the weekends. There are few things that are easier to make than French toast.... READ MORE »»

    A breakfast of omelettes and French toast is a quick and easy way to get your morning off to a great start. Photo credit: Jennifer Manalili

  • Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

    Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

    Lydia Grijalva

    September 16, 2014

    Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate is a quirky restaurant that offers a to-die-for fusion of Georgian, Californian and Russian cuisine. This enchanting breakaway from every day campus grub is located in Golden Hill at 24th and Broadway, less than 10 blocks from City. The menu includes four sizes from Communist size -a hyperbolically small... READ MORE »»

    Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate offers a variety of sweet, savory, hot and cold goodies that are sure to please any craving. Photo credit: Lydia Grijalva

  • City Food Panty moves house

    City Food Panty moves house

    Lydia Grijalva

    September 16, 2014

    As the responsibility of funding higher education continues to shift from state and federal government to the individual students, on campus food pantries are becoming increasingly common. More students report experiencing extreme hunger during class time. According to studies and how-to guides published by campuses from Oregon to California, and... READ MORE »»

    Bridgette Babers, a student involved in the Small Business Entrepreneur Program, restocks food in the pantry. Photo credit: Lydia Grijalva

  • Getting out of default mode

    Getting out of default mode

    Amber Henry

    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, speak about how to stop what she calls the “hamster wheel of life” with becoming self-aware and the power of making conscious choices. “This is where we really get to... READ MORE »»

    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

  • Heartbreak for men’s soccer team as Compton Tartars tie game in extra time

    Heartbreak for men’s soccer team as Compton Tartars tie game in extra time

    Miguel Cid

    September 7, 2014

    The San Diego City College men's soccer team kicked off their first home game of the season on Sept. 3 against the El Camino-Compton Tartars, in a game that ended in a heartbreaking 2-2 tie for the Knights. Earlier in the... READ MORE »»

    Knights midfielder Didier Hatungimana uses his agressive speed to gain the ball from the opposing team during the first home game of the season on Sept. 3. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

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Editors’ Note

Editors’ Note

Angelica Wallingford

Last issue, we resurrected Legend at a time when everything was going digital. Now,...  Read More »

May 14, 2014 • Comments Off

Building a New City: All the Details on City College’s Campus Facelift

Building a New City: All the Details on City College’s Campus Facelift

Phoenix Webb

Four years in construction, including corrective construction, $475 million, one contractor...  Read More »

May 14, 2014 • Comments Off

True Photographers: Challenge Seekers and Image Takers Share Their Knowledge

Juan Carlos Siezar

Nowadays, where...  Read More »

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Mastermind Behind the Centennial Celebration

Mastermind Behind the Centennial Celebration

Phoenix Webb

Thirteen years ago, San Diego City College Public Relations Officer Heidi...  Read More »

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The In’s and Out’s of the Nail Salon

Phoenix Webb

Nail design is an art form. There are colors, textures and lengths that all vary from...  Read More »

May 14, 2014 • 1 comment

The Science Behind Launching a New Building

The Science Behind Launching a New Building

Phoenix Webb

It's the end of the fall 2013 semester, and astronomy Professor Lisa Will is preparing...  Read More »

May 14, 2014 • Comments Off

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City Food Panty moves house

City Food Panty moves house

Lydia Grijalva

As the responsibility of funding higher education continues to shift from state and federal government to the individual students, on campus food pantries are becoming...  Read More »

September 16, 2014 • 0 comments

Budget cuts impact the Learning Resource Center

Budget cuts impact the Learning Resource Center

Paola Garcia

The Learning Resource Center, known as the LRC, has been forced to reduce certain services that had been useful for students in the past due to administrative budget cuts....  Read More »

September 1, 2014 • 0 comments

Former City College student dies fighting for ISIS

Former City College student dies fighting for ISIS

Angelica Wallingford

A former San Diego City College student died in Syria fighting for the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, better known as ISIS, federal authorities announced....  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate is a quirky restaurant that offers a to-die-for fusion of Georgian, Californian and Russian cuisine. This enchanting breakaway from every...  Read More »

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Knight Bites: Breakfast, over-easy

Knight Bites: Breakfast, over-easy

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but it can be hard to remember to stop and enjoy, or indulge in, with busy schedule and a hectic load of class work but...  Read More »

September 17, 2014 • 0 comments

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Editorial: Making spare time for activism

It’s a scene all too familiar for a City College student. Rushing from the trolley station or one of the parking garages to get to class when a person, clipboard...  Read More »

September 16, 2014 • 0 comments

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