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Digging through time

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

February 25, 2008

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Sonjiala Hotchkiss City Times In 1995, students in City's field archaeology class experienced the magic of excavating an area that was used by humans more than 7,300 years ago. Since 1992, students in the class, taught by Professor Steve Bouscaren, have been adding to the historic and prehistoric record of Penasquitos Canyon, a federal park and natural wildlife preserve. Apart...

BLACK HISTORY MONTH – Multimedia show covers Jena 6, post-Katrina life

Daria Dameshghi

February 25, 2008

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Daria Dameshghi Contributor In celebration of Black History month, San Diego City College World Cultures Department presented "Uncommon Grounds," a multi-media slideshow of George LeBeaud's photography. LeBeaud's photography was a touching documentation of post Katrina survivors, Mardi Gras Second Line, the Jena 6 anti-noose rally, the March for Social Justice and the rebuilding...

BLACK HISTORY MONTH – Chic Streetman’s ‘Syncopation’ uplifting blues

Heidi Stenquist

February 25, 2008

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Heidi Stenquist City Times The World Cultures program presented musical ambassador for peace and human rights Chic Streetman in the Saville Theatre on Feb. 13 in recognition of Black History Month and Valentine's Day. English professor and co-director of World Cultures, Elizabeth Meehan, says "students often forget the world is larger than their immediate lives." She introduced...

VIEWPOINT – Faith in the dark

Emily Pfaff

February 25, 2008

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Emily Pfaff Contributor Often times we find ourselves "busy," "tired," or just too self absorbed to care; it is in these times that faith can be our saving grace. Faith can save lives, and in America today we've become seriously un-safe. Americans are responsible for the deaths of millions each year in and out of this country. According to the website of the Democratic...

VIEWPOINT – Parking Etiquette 101: Pull forward, please

Heidi Stenquist

February 25, 2008

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Heidi Stenquist City Times Is it me or am I the only one who's frustrated driving to school everyday, dealing with a lack of parking that's made worse by several wasted spaces I could've parked in if someone had just pulled forward? Leaving large gaps of space between cars has got to stop. Please . it's driving me crazy! The misfortune of not being able to fit somewhere...

CALENDAR

Shevaun Brandom

February 25, 2008

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Compiled by Shevaun Brandom Send items to City Times, 1313 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101, e-mail citytimes@gmail.com, call (619) 388-3880, or fax (619) 388-3814 FEBRUARY * Feb. 27 Emergency "TEST" Messages for students * Feb. 27 The Other Face of Mexico-Masks Saville Theatre 12:45pm - 2:10pm * All month Celebration of Black History Learning Resource Center M-Th...

GAME LINEUP

Nailah Edmondson

February 25, 2008

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Compiled by Nailah Edmondson Send items to City Times, 1313 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101, e-mail citytimes@gmail.com, or call (619) 388-3880 FEBRUARY * Feb. 26 baseball vs.... Grossmont at home 2:00 p.m Men's tennis at Grossmont 2:00 p.m. Women's tennis vs... Southwestern at home 2:00 p.m * Feb. 27 softball at Grossmont 3:00 p.m. * Feb. 28 baseball at Southwestern...

San Diego State’s basketball team’s hopes stay alive

Eric Shannon

February 25, 2008

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Eric Shannon SDSU Daily Aztec SAN DIEGO (U-WIRE) - The window of opportunity for the San Diego State men's basketball team appears to be closing fast. With three consecutive losses last week, that opening may have even slammed shut. But with a victory at Wyoming on Tuesday night, SDSU kept its slim chances of finishing at the top of the Mountain West Conference standings...

Yoga gives SDSU pitchers a different kind of workout

Edward Lewis

February 25, 2008

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Edward Lewis SDSU Daily Aztec SAN DIEGO (U-WIRE) - Stephen Strasburg and Addison Reed laid on their backs, sweating profusely. Out of breath and exhausted, the pair relaxed from another tough workout. But this was not their average San Diego State baseball workout. There were no weights, no baseballs, no gloves - only mats and a heater. It was Bikram Yoga. A style of yoga...

Knights defeated in last seconds

Nailah Edmondson

February 25, 2008

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Nailah Edmondson City Times Wrapping up the last couple of games of their season, the men's basketball team ranked 7th in the Pacific Coast conference, battled it out against the 3rd ranked Grossmont Griffins February 20. The Knights met their match. From beginning till the last minute, neither team trailed by much. The first half was a snail's race for scoring on both sides....

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