City Times

Elections, environment and health

April 14, 2008

Filed under NEWS

Student elections only online This year the Associated Student Government will be holding elections only online. Voting will be held April 28- May 2 around the clock. The Office of Student Affairs will announce the applicants who are eligible to campaign April 8 at 3:30 p.m. An election forum will be held for the student body to meet their candidates April 16. - Nailah Edmondson Earth...

Voyage for Cleaner Energy

Evonne Ermey

April 14, 2008

Filed under NEWS

Evonne Ermey City Times The World Cultures Program and the Environmental Stewardship Committee will welcome explorer and environmental pioneer Robert Swan to the Saville Theatre May 1 to talk about his boat the 2041 and the Voyage for Cleaner Energy. Swan's voyage began in San Francisco on April 8 and will arrive in San Diego April 30 before continuing its 5 year journey...

Writers, editors, photographers mingle in L.A.

Susan Roden

April 14, 2008

Filed under NEWS

Susan Roden City Times After nearly a 20-to-25-year hiatus, San Diego City College was represented at the Journalism Association of Community Colleges (JACC) state conference and walked away a winner on April 5. The City Times staff won three mail-in awards, stated adviser Roman Koenig through an online interview. Whitney Lawrence won second-place for a news profile story;...

Conference to bring aid groups to City College

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

April 14, 2008

Filed under NEWS

Sonjiala Hotchkiss City Times On Saturday, May 3, City College will host the Conference for International Relief Organizations (CIRO). Students interested in work and/or internships in areas such as international aid and peace negotiation will have the opportunity to network with executives and recruiters from several organizations. Professor Steve Bouscaren and Jelena Cingel...

Reported threat puts campus on alert

Daivd McAtee

April 14, 2008

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Daivd McAtee City Times Campus Police were on high alert the week of April 7 in response to a report from the Sacramento Sheriff's Department which stated that a man released April 2 from jail in Sacramento planned to commit a shooting on a San Diego County college campus. The man, Thai Thanh Dang, made the claim while in jail, but did not state which campus he intended to...

Students ages 23-24 less likely to be insured

Shevaun Brandom

April 14, 2008

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Shevaun Brandom City Times Many people nationwide are uninsured, and students are a significant portion of that population. Expensive health care is just one of the problems that face uninsured students and other uninsured, but there are health insurance options. According to Aetna, a health care benefits company, there are over 45 million Americans that lack health insurance. Aetna...

DJ Johnny Flores to obtain degree after long delay

HEIDI STENQUIST

April 7, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

HEIDI STENQUIST CityTimes At 49, John Flores can finally say he is. Sober now four years, he's looking forward to graduating this June having earned his Associates of Science in radio/television. Thirty-three years after dropping out of high school, he's making up for lost time and years of not being so good. "I didn't know I'd be able to do it," he says of college. "In...

Broadway musical comes to the Saville

Heather Richards

April 7, 2008

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Heather Richards City Times The City College production of the Broadway musical "42nd Street" will have their opening night April 11 at 8 p.m., and features an ensemble cast aged 18 to 79. Swept along by catchy musical numbers and the tip-tap of dancer's feet, "42nd Street" is a light-hearted look at the psychology of people in the theatre business, particularly the rise...

URBANALITIES

Michele Suthers

April 7, 2008

Filed under OPINION

Vox Populi

Questions and Photos by Heidi Stenquist

April 7, 2008

Filed under OPINION

Questions and Photos by Heidi Stenquist

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