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  • The deadline for studying in Spain is Oct. 20, 2017

    The deadline for studying in Spain is Oct. 20, 2017

    Michelle Botello, Staff Writer

    October 18, 2017

    The opportunity to visit Madrid, Spain is here and you can visit abroad with a spanish class in January 2018. The price is $2,795 and you still have a chance at a scholarship. Deadline is October 20. Rosalinda Sandoval, a Spanish instructor at City College, said that there are scholarship opportunities for the trip to Madrid on the website spain2...

    Spanish instructor, Rosalinda Sandoval, recommends students to look for scholarships at Spain2018SDCC.weebly.com and apply before the Oct. 20, 2017 deadline.

    Michelle Botello

  • Hey Mom, I’m queer!

    Hey Mom, I’m queer!

    Shaylyn Martos, Editor-in-Chief

    October 5, 2017

    National Coming Out Day is next Wednesday, a day that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) people can come forward and declare to whoever they want, “Hey, I’m ___ and I’m proud!” The tradition began on Oct. 11, 1987 when half a million people participated in the March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. The ripples...

    Under the rainbow at the Pride Parade in Hillcrest on July 14, 2017.

    Shaylyn Martos

  • Essential info on San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak

    Essential info on San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak

    Michelle Botello, Staff Writer

    October 5, 2017

    Hepatitis A is sweeping through San Diego County, including downtown near San Diego City College. If you are worried you might have the Hep A virus, also known as HAV, here are some symptoms listed by the San Diego County Health Department. HAV symptoms are: fever, fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting, dark urine, pale stool and diarrhea,...

    The City is taking measures to combat the Hep A outbreak, Sept. 2017.

    Ricky Gutierrez

  • ASG president works to aid “Dreamers”

    ASG president works to aid “Dreamers”

    Shaylyn Martos, Editor-in-Chief

    October 5, 2017

    A leader at San Diego City College spends his days working to provide for his fellow students, although his own plans for the future may be a fleeting dream. Ignacio Hernandez V., or “Nacho” to his friends, has been in the spotlight since he came forward as a DACA recipient in early September. “I feel like I’ve already shared my story, so...

    ASG president Ignacio Hernandez V. at s First Year Services meeting, Sept. 20.

    Shaylyn Martos

  • Tackling San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak

    Tackling San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak

    Paige Forrester, Staff Writer

    October 5, 2017

    According to a recent update by San Diego’s Health and Human Services agency, as of Sept. 27, 17 people have died from Hepatitis A in the county since March. In addition, there have been 17 more cases and 10 more hospitalizations within the last month. With 461 confirmed cases in the San Diego region since November 2016, this is the largest Hepatitis...

    Police respond to a homeless man, discovered by student Sherman Coates (right), loitering in a toilet on campus, Sept. 27.

    Ricky Gutierrez

News

The deadline for studying in Spain is Oct. 20, 2017

The deadline for studying in Spain is Oct. 20, 2017

Michelle Botello, Staff Writer

October 18, 2017No Comments

The opportunity to visit Madrid, Spain is here and you can visit abroad with a spanish class in January 2018. The price is $2,795 and you still have a chance at a scholarship....

Anti-Hate Rally

Anti-Hate Rally

Franceen Perera

October 16, 2017No Comments

In a show of solidarity with anti-hate and anti-fascism protests in San Francisco and Berkeley, hundreds of San Diegans marched from Balboa Park to Horton Plaza on Sunday ...

Disaster Preparedness 101

Disaster Preparedness 101

Franceen Perera, Managing Editor/Copy Editor

October 16, 2017No Comments

September 2017 in North America was a month filled with natural disasters on a large scale. Major hurricane damage in Houston, Texas, Florida and the Caribbean was followed...

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City College’s first fall Drama production opens

City College’s first fall Drama production opens

October 5, 2017No Comments

City College’s Drama Arts Department opened its first production of the fall semester, “Electricidad,” on Sept. 29 in the Black Box Theater. Originally written by Luis...

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Life

Hey Mom, I’m queer!

Hey Mom, I’m queer!

October 5, 2017No Comments

National Coming Out Day is next Wednesday, a day that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) people can come forward and declare to whoever they want, “Hey,...

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Hey Mom, I’m queer!

Hey Mom, I’m queer!

October 5, 2017No Comments

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May 21, 2015 • Comments closed

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May 21, 2015 • Comments closed

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