• Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

    Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

    Troy Orem, Photo Editor

    October 29, 2014

    San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll has started a new personal project with close friend and public radio host Martha Barnette. The clothing and accessory venture, called San Diego Republic, expands on the pair’s passion for celebrating San Diego and is intended to benefit environmental and wildlife causes. To... READ MORE »»

    T-Shirts produced by San Diego Republic, a private venture of San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll and business partner public radio host Martha Barnette are displayed in Simply Local at the Headquarters at Seaport District. Photo credit: Troy Orem

  • Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

    Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

    Miguel Cid

    October 28, 2014

    On Oct. 13 City College began its ninth annual international book fair. The week long event ran until Oct. 20 and featured new and returning writers taking part in readings and discussions throughout the campus.The event not only held panels and readings with the authors but included a film screening, performance poetry, live music, VAMP showcase... READ MORE »»

    Author Lysley Tenorio reads excerpts from his book “Monstress,” the 2014 One Book, One San Diego selection in V-101 during the Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair Oct. 16. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

  • Women’s basketball team looking to reach playoffs

    Women’s basketball team looking to reach playoffs

    David Pradel, Sports Editor

    October 28, 2014

    Before the games and tournaments and before the sound of the buzzer that rings throughout the court and decides the fate of two teams – it is the long hours of practice from week to week that decides which teams will have a successful season and for the San Diego City College women’s basketball team; the many hours spent on the court has the improved... READ MORE »»

    Sophomore forward Nyadoup Lam attacks the basket with a finger-roll lay-up during practice on Oct. 22. Photo credit: David Pradel

  • Students in Power host forum

    Students in Power host forum

    Miguel Cid

    October 28, 2014

    With tension still high in Ferguson, Mo., City College club Students in Power hosted an open forum to discuss police brutality, the judicial system, the prison system and how the forces operate towards LGBT individuals and people of color. “This wasn't just another shooting but it was once again regarding systematic racism, racial profiling... READ MORE »»

    Students gather in MS-451 to participate in the student-led forum Sept. 30. Photo credit: Miguel Cid

  • Student Eats: Healthy options on the hill

    Student Eats: Healthy options on the hill

    Franchesca Walker

    October 28, 2014

    Juice bars and smoothie spots have recently become popular in San Diego. One is located on University Avenue in a bright orange building in Hillcrest: Liv Juice Bar. Outside, a banner reads “Raw juices" and another eye-catcher says “Champions are made not born. Eat well.” Centered in the middle of the juice bar is the heavy list of smoothies... READ MORE »»

    The Liv Green Smoothie contains cactus, pineapple and various fruits. The Chicken Salad Sandwich includes baby spinach, red onion, slices of avocado and provolone cheese. Photo credit: Franchesca Walker

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Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Going by the book – The Ninth Annual San Diego City College International Book Fair has authors and artists share their stories

Miguel Cid

On Oct. 13 City College began its ninth annual international book fair. The week long event ran until Oct. 20 and featured new and returning writers taking part in readings...  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 0 comments

Students in Power host forum

Students in Power host forum

Miguel Cid

With tension still high in Ferguson, Mo., City College club Students in Power hosted an open forum to discuss police brutality, the judicial system, the prison system and...  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 1 comment

Week of Service at City – students lend a helping hand in local community

Franchesca Walker

Student volunteers gathered in the surrounding areas of City College to take part in the Week of Service Oct. 20-24. The week long event had volunteers serving meals at...  Read More »

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Horror movies for your Halloween night

Horror movies for your Halloween night

Horror films and thrillers are a Halloween staple. Unfortunately, most films released today are mediocre remakes or completely over-produced features with gore so ridiculous...  Read More »

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Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

Chancellor Carroll’s apparel

San Diego Community College District Chancellor Constance M. Carroll has started a new personal project with close friend and public radio host Martha Barnette. The clothing...  Read More »

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Bag the impractical ban

A new legislative bill in California will ban single-use carryout bags. As of July 1, 2015, large grocery chain stores and pharmacies will be prohibited from providing...  Read More »

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