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REVIEW: SD bands shine at SXSW

Ryan Johnson

March 21, 2011

Filed under NEWS

The trip to South by South West (SXSW)-an annual film, interactive and music festival and conference where over 2,000 of independent music's brightest new talents perform in over 90 venues in downtown Austin-isn't exactly a piece of cake. It's the whole cake, and you have to finish it all before it gets taken away from you. As a band playing SXSW, the first hope is that...

Crack City

Michele Suthers

March 21, 2011

Filed under Comics

Urbanalities

Michele Suthers

March 21, 2011

Filed under OPINION

Art imitates life

Shane Finneran

March 21, 2011

Filed under OPINION

IT graduation

Sonjiala Hotchkiss

March 21, 2011

Filed under NEWS

"I'm good, but I'm not that good," professor Rose LaMuraglia said when faced with student Alice Hernandez, who didn't know how to turn on a computer when she started the Excellence Through Pride Information Technology and Business Training Program. Hernandez graduated from the program as its most-improved student along with 14 of her classmates. The graduation ceremony took...

Whitmore’s skills in two sports recognized

Layne Deyling

March 21, 2011

Filed under SPORTS

"I feel like I'm just an athlete who does what every athlete does," said two-time Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week Ashley Whitmore. Weekly, the conference selects a player from a pool of coach-nominated athletes. Dean of Athletics Kathy McGinnis explained the player is chosen based on stats and "above average play within the sport." Last semester, Whitmore...

REVIEW: “Crossing the Line”

Scott McLean

March 21, 2011

Filed under NEWS

"Crossing the Line" San Diego City College alumni Brian Garcia's new movie "Crossing the Line," opened audience's hearts with a sad but realistic view of illegal immigration in the United States. Garcia's movie tells the story of an immigrant family and their hardships in getting to Salinas, Calif. The film takes an all too real look at how the mother and her children have...

CON: Workers win by coming together

Shane Finneran

March 21, 2011

Filed under OPINION

My friend works at a San Diego branch of one of America's largest corporations. The company's annual revenues are in the billions of dollars. In 2010, Fortune listed my friend's employer as "one of the world's most admired companies." In 2011, the company stole from my friend and thousands of other employees -- but not the employees protected by unions. My friend's story...

Kevin Martin rocks nooner concert series

Angella d'Avignon

March 21, 2011

Filed under Entertainment

"Thanks everyone for cutting your classes and coming out!" A long-haired Kevin Martin and his band played Gorton Quad as part of the Spring Concert Series held in Gorton Quad the afternoon of Wednesday, March 16. At noon, a modest crowd gathered to watch Martin and his seven-piece backup band kick off their set. Martin on keys said "Let's rock and roll dude!" Martin also...

CORRECTIONS

March 21, 2011

Filed under NEWS

An article on Feb. 8 misspelled the name of a City College badminton player. She is Rosalinda Nguyen, not Rosalind Nguyen. An article on Feb. 8 listed the wrong area code for a phone number for Abigail Munoz, Associated Students adminstrator. The correct number is 619-388-3412. It is the policy of City Times to clarify content or correct errors. Send them to the paper at...

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