• Women’s soccer team suffers another loss

    Women’s soccer team suffers another loss

    Franchesca Walker

    September 29, 2014

    The San Diego City College women's soccer team suffered another loss during a home game against San Bernardino Valley College, losing in a 4-2 battle on Sept. 19. Last week, the Lady Knights won their first game against West Hills College. However, they weren’t so lucky this time around. The Wolverines were able to push through early in the... READ MORE »»

    San Bernardino forward Veronica Parker (left) and City College midfielder Rebecca Garcia (right) fight to gain control of the ball during a home game at San Diego City College soccer field on Sept. 19. Photo Credit: Celia Jimenez

  • Constellations brought to life through planetarium tour

    Constellations brought to life through planetarium tour

    Troy Orem

    September 27, 2014

    Students and faculty alike were treated to a tour of City College's planetarium through a demonstration put on by World Cultures. Astronomy Professor Dr. Lisa Will demonstrated the power of the planetarium, showing the attendees the locations of various constellations while explaining the myths that lent their names to them. [imagebrowser id=15 W=640... READ MORE »»

    The science building's planetarium displays several constellations as Astronomy professor Dr. Lisa Will demonstrates the abilities of the planetarium during a Founder's Week event put on by World Cultures. Photo credit: Troy Orem

  • Maroon 5 ‘Maps’ their way back to the Top 40

    Maroon 5 ‘Maps’ their way back to the Top 40

    Paola Garcia

    September 27, 2014

    Maroon 5 is finally back, and maybe a little too soon since the product is an unexceptional barely passable studio production. The quintet captured the catchy melodies of 2012 release “Overexposed” while succeeding in keeping some of the essence of forever soulful “Songs About Jane,” their new album titled “V,”... READ MORE »»

    Maroon 5 lead singer and guitarist Adam Levine performing in Chicago. (Official Facebook Photo)

  • Jazz Live pays homage to Lou Curtiss

    Jazz Live pays homage to Lou Curtiss

    Richard Lomibao

    September 27, 2014

    With his passion for keeping traditional music alive, music junkie and pioneer Lou Curtiss has put San Diego on the map. Known to most as the owner of hidden gem Folk Art Rare Records, Curtiss has also served as the San Diego Folk Festival founder since 1967 and hosts the "Jazz Roots" radio show every Sunday night on Jazz 88.3 Jazz Live held a tribute... READ MORE »»

    Lou Curtiss in the dressing room before Jazz Live on Sept. 9. Photo credit: Richard Lomibao

  • Men’s cross-country team finishes 2nd overall at Aztec invitational

    Men’s cross-country team finishes 2nd overall at Aztec invitational

    David Pradel, Sports Editor

    September 27, 2014

    The family-friendly Mission Bay Park was turned into a competitive cross-country race as a stampede of runners and spectators flooded the park for the 70th annual San Diego Aztec Invitational on Sept. 20. In the stampede of runners, were the San Diego City College men’s cross-country team who were looking to make an impact in their second race... READ MORE »»

    City runners Antonio Cota (front) and Sawiros Haile compete in the 2014 San Diego State 'Aztec Invitational.' Running against five other schools in the Sept. 20 race in Mission Bay Park. Photo credit: Troy Orem

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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 »

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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 Pantry moves house

City Food Pantry 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 • 1 comment

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, otherwise known as ISIS, federal authorities announced....  Read More »

August 28, 2014 • Comments Off

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Arts

Maroon 5 ‘Maps’ their way back to the Top 40

Maroon 5 ‘Maps’ their way back to the Top 40

Maroon 5 is finally back, and maybe a little too soon since the product is an unexceptional barely passable studio production. The quintet captured the catchy melodies...  Read More »

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Students lead community organized clean-up in Barrio Logan

Students lead community organized clean-up in Barrio Logan

Students met up at Cesar Chavez Park at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20, to roll up their sleeves and put on gloves, leading a cleanup in the Barrio Logan community. In...  Read More »

September 30, 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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