• Police logs reveal theft across campus

    Police logs reveal theft across campus

    Thomas Chesy

    May 11, 2016

    The information about thefts at City College came from campus police logs compiled by the San Diego Community College District. City Times reviewed all 2,637 pages of those logs from 2015.The logs themselves are not organized by college or by the type of crime reported. The information was searched manually selecting the entries pertaining to the City Col... READ MORE »»

    Info-graphic by Thomas Chesy

  • Student documentary explores mass shooting

    Student documentary explores mass shooting

    Ricardo Soltero

    May 11, 2016

    A documentary by a San Diego City College student filmmaker explores the event in which a man opened fire inside an Employment Development Department office in Central California in 1993. “The Oxnard EDD Shooting Massacre,” directed by Andrew Jimenez, follows up with the survivors of the shooting, piecing together the events of that fate... READ MORE »»

    A reenactment of a mass shooting was filmed at City the L and C buildings, where film student Andrew Jimenez was making a documentary about the real-life crime in 1993 in Oxnard that left three people dead.His mother was one of the people to survive the shooting.Courtesy photo Andrew Jimenez

    KENNETH JENKINS

  • Mission Brewery scores big on taste

    Mission Brewery scores big on taste

    Ricardo Soltero

    May 11, 2016

    With baseball season well underway, there’s a brewery overlooking Petco Park that is perfectly situated for a pre- and post-San Diego Padres game pint. Mission Brewery, originally established in 1913, has its manufacturing and the tasting room downtown. The compary was re-established in 2007 and it sells its beers in bottles, cans and kegs a... READ MORE »»

    Mission Brewery has its manufacturing and tasting room at the historic Wonder Bread Building next to Petco Park. Photo Credit: Ricardo Soltero.

  • Horton Plaza Park shines again

    Horton Plaza Park shines again

    By Antonio Marquez

    May 9, 2016

    The Horton Plaza Park is bigger and looks better -- pretty good for being 146 years old. After five years of reconstruction, civic leaders revealed the park in a grand opening ceremony on May 4. The park's makoever cost $17 million. A corner of the Horton Plaza shopping center was torn down to expand the park to 1.3 acres on Fourth and Broadway. The... READ MORE »»

    A newly reoponed Horton Plaza Park has many new features. Photo credit: Antonio Marquez

  • Blend of dance styles in program May 6, 7

    Blend of dance styles in program May 6, 7

    Belinda Mendoza

    May 5, 2016

    Students and faculty of the Dance program celebrate spring on May 6 and 7 at the Saville Threatre with "An Evening of Dance" performance.According to a press release, the concert is "an exploration of the human condition," a celebration of life, and a reflection of passion, movement and influences from Latin America. The concert represents the joy and rhyt... READ MORE »»

    The Spring dance concert starts on May 6 and showcases the celebration of life through dance and music. The dance performance explore the combination of subtle and harsh musical tempos and strong and subtile movements. Student dancers interpreting "Tango con Salsa" during the dress rehearsal on May 5 at the Saville Theatre.

    Celia Jimenez

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City’s professors share science at Comic-Con

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Three City College professors have active roles at Comic-Con, which draws approximately about 130,000 annually to San Diego's Convention Center. Professors Lisa Will and...  Read More »

May 22, 2016 • 0 comments

New ASG officers confirmed

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Experts tells students how how to win job they want

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The stage lights dim red and blue, a familiar guitar riff sounds and a young woman in white rises from a man's shoulders to the ceiling to the tune of "Purple Rain."While ...  Read More »

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