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Heric Rubio

November 15, 2010

Filed under NEWS

Christmas. Hanukkah. Kwanza. Many people celebrate many different things at this time of year. Unfortunately, many people also get hung up on these terms and argue about what is politically correct to say and what can and can't be written on store windows. They argue that saying "Merry Christmas" leaves out all the poor Jewish children or forcing someone to learn about why...

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Heric Rubio

November 15, 2010

Filed under NEWS

A few weeks ago, Kanye West premiered the video for his single "Runaway". While not so much a video as a short-film, it began with what turned out to be the ending. It's not the first time I see this technique used. "Fight Club" did it, as did "Memento". Books do this as well, just read anything by Chuck Pahlaniuk. I recommend "Survivor" or "Lullaby". I've noticed that pretty...

BEAT to demand justice for Gonzalez case

Shane Finneran

November 15, 2010

Filed under NEWS

People upset with the handling of the Diana Gonzalez case plan to march from City College to the San Diego County District Attorney's office on Thursday Dec. 9. A flyer created by City College student group Bringing Education and Activism Together (BEAT) said the protest aims to "remind the D.A. that we want justice for Diana and assistance for her family." Larissa Dorman,...

Men’s soccer advance to Elite 8

Sidney Bryant

November 15, 2010

Filed under SPORTS

City College men's soccer team moved one step closer to making school history by defeating the Vaqueros from Santa Barbara 1-0 on Nov. 22 during round two of the California Community College Athletic Association playoffs. The game was played at San Diego High School's Balboa Stadium. "It feels very good to still be playing soccer at this time of the season," Head Coach...

ASG causes a traffic Jam

Heric Rubio

November 15, 2010

Filed under NEWS

Paralleling its namesake, the first City College Transfer Jam was a loud, somewhat chaotic scene with students trying to maneuver through the transfer application process while advisors and staff were on hand for guidance. The event, held Wednesday Nov. 17 in the Learning Resource Center, was designed to help students through what can be a confusing process. As students sat...

Men’s basketball hosts Thanksgiving tourney

Sidney Bryant

November 15, 2010

Filed under SPORTS

The San Diego City College Knights Men's basketball team hosted its 2010 Thanksgiving Invitational at the Harry West Gymnasium from Nov.12-14 where they were crowned consolation champs. Despite the fourth place finishing, the Knights were arguably the second best team in the tournament. Losing on opening night of the tournament seemed to stun the Knights, yet they regained...

Issue of budget comes before district board

Jonathan Laughter

November 15, 2010

Filed under NEWS

The San Diego Community College District Board of Trustees spoke about budget, honors program and approved study abroad classes during their monthly meeting held on Nov. 11 at the district office. City College professors Kelly Mayhew and Sarah Pitcher, who co-coordinate the districts honors program, presented students from City College, Mesa College and Miramar College, all...

ASG sponsors ‘Application Jam’ for transfer hopefuls

Steven Hawkins

November 15, 2010

Filed under NEWS

In efforts to assist City College students interested in transferring to four-year universities Associated Student Government is sponsoring an "Application Jam" on Nov. 17 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in room R-301. The event is an application forum, with its main desire to help and assist students in filling out acceptance applications, successfully and diligently. Josef Shannon,...

Test Monkey

Emily Mather

November 15, 2010

Filed under Cartoons

Crack City

Michele Suthers

November 15, 2010

Filed under Cartoons

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