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10th Harry West Golf Tournament set for May 15

Donovan Terblanche and Donovan Terblanche

May 4, 2009

Filed under SPORTS

This year, the Harry West Golf Tournament will be held at the East Lake County Club on May 15. The tournament is in honor of the much-loved Harry West, a former longtime athletics director at City College. The tournament will begin with a shotgun start, and the money raised will go to the Harry West Scholarship fund. The qualified recipients must be currently enrolled...

Sad day for City basketball

Donovan Terblanche and Donovan Terblanche

May 4, 2009

Filed under SPORTS

It was sad day for San Diego City College, and a sad day for me as a student and sports fan. Having been at City College for a short while now and taken the prerequisite classes in health and gym, I was far from impressed for the the need to take both these classes. But looking back I am glad that I did. I have met some new friends and learned quite a bit. My sadness,...

‘Thank you for your votes, but I respectfully resign’

Chris Conyers and Chris Conyers

May 4, 2009

Filed under OPINION

So let's get the entire story out there. These are my views alone. I cannot and will not take the voice of others. This election started with a group of dedicated ASG members. We tried their hardest to make great things happen. We faced many challenges and overcame. Election time came and the ASG was divided. New members were recruited. The out come looked as though...

Robotics club competes

May 4, 2009

Filed under FEATURES

Students celebrate mother earth

Carlos Maia and Carlos Maia

May 4, 2009

Filed under FEATURES

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4th annual May Day march draws 300 protesters

Donna P. Crilly and Donna P. Crilly

May 4, 2009

Filed under NEWS

Nearly 300 people rallied on City College's campus before beginning the 1.4-mile Immigrants Rights March to Chicano Park on May 1. The fourth annual May Day reform march included community members from 25-30 ethnically-blended organizations, a bulk being Mexican. Their goal was legalization and the right to migrate, an end to immigration raids, dignified work for all and...

Ceremony marks special phase in CTC construction

Nate Hipple and Nate Hipple

May 4, 2009

Filed under NEWS

An unusual ceremony was held May 1 to commemorate a special phase of construction for the new Career Technology Center (CTC), which will expand City College's campus one block south on Broadway. The "Topping-off Ceremony" is a throwback to a 1,000-year-old Scandinavian tradition, which commemorates the placement of the highest beam of the building. Once the highest beam...

City College makes swine flu prevention a priority on campus

Emily Mather and Emily Mather

May 4, 2009

Filed under NEWS

With the recent emergence of swine flu (or influenza A H1N1) here in the San Diego area, there is a growing concern about the severity and scope of a potential outbreak. A letter from the San Diego Community College District, dated April 30, states that one confirmed case and "a few 'probable' cases have been reported at various campus and district sites." "As we work through...

San Diego City College gathers to promote peace and activism

Jaime Parker and Jaime Parker

May 4, 2009

Filed under NEWS

This past Sunday, San Diego residents, students, faculty and activists joined together at San Diego City College for the Conference for Peace Education and Activism. The day was aimed at spreading the message of peace and activism through study and volunteer opportunities, along with personal stories and experiences. Dr. Stephen Bouscaren, chair of the department of Behavioral...

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