City Times

Student symposium seeks applicants

Heather Richards

April 7, 2008

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The Student Project and Research Symposium, an annual event at City College that showcases artwork, scientific posters and oral presentations, is accepting applications until April 11. The symposium is open to all students, though artwork and presentations must be created under the advisement of a faculty member. Posters will be displayed on a 4-feet by 4-feet board and can...

April is Career Awareness Month

Kristina Long

April 7, 2008

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Kristina Long City Times Worried about how to land that job you've always dreamed of? Well, worry no longer because April is Career Awareness Month. City College will be hosting a number of workshops to help students prepare for those heart-thumping, palm-sweating interviews. The month will kick off with a "What Not to Wear" fashion show. Students who are less concerned with...

Newscene crew in need of new production resources

Shannon Kuhfuss

April 7, 2008

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Shannon Kuhfuss City Times Students involved in Newscene at City College have been facing difficulties in terms of equipment, or lack thereof, for the production of their television news show in the past few semesters. Newscene is a class provided by City College for Radio/Television Communication (RTVC) majors, which gives students hands-on experience in television production....

Service Learning gives back to community

Mayumi M. Kimura

April 7, 2008

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Mayumi M. Kimura City Times San Diego City College has made history. SDCC's Service Learning Program is taking its first steps toward building a relationship with its community partners. Although, students' community involvement and service at SDCC goes back many years, the Service Learning Program was officially formalized Fall Semester 2007. The program now includes 22...

Union-Tribune reporter speaks on importance of determination, investigation

Mayumi M. Kimura

April 7, 2008

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Mayumi M. Kimura City Times "Question everything." This was the advice that San Diego Union-Tribune reporter Dean Calbreath gave to San Diego City College students during an interview after speaking at Saville Theatre on March 12 about the uncovering of one of the biggest bribery scandals in congressional history. Calbreath, a member of the Pulitzer Prize-winning team that...

Students and staff mourn sudden death of John F. Sullivan

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

April 7, 2008

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SONJIALA HOTCHKISS City Times John F. Sullivan III, who had served the college district for over 30 years, passed away suddenly in his home on March 16. At press time, the cause of death was unknown. Most recently, Sullivan had been a counselor in the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services office at City College. "He fully expected to see us on Monday," said Donna Carter...

Associated Student Government elections only online

Nailah Edmondson

April 7, 2008

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Nailah Edmondson City Times For the first year, voting in City College's Associated Student Government elections will be completely online. With elections quickly approaching, dedicated students are greatly needed to run for office. Elections will take place online April 28-May 2 around the clock. City College was the first in the district to use online voting in spring...

College district faces massive budget cuts

April 7, 2008

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Nailah Edmondson City Times "This is a moving target and we are keeping our eye on it," said Terry Davis, vice chancellor of Business Services. An informative budget development forum took place March 25, when Davis and Chancellor Constance M. Carroll discussed how the San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) plans to stay afloat through the massive budget cuts. "This...

Man threatening San Diego campuses in custody

David McAtee

April 7, 2008

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Campus Police were on high alert this week in response to a report from the Sacramento Sheriff's Department which stated that a man released Wednesday from jail in Sacramento planned to commit a shooting on a San Diego County college campus. Authorities said the man, Thai Thanh Dang, made the claim while in jail, but did not state which campus he intended to perpetrate the...

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