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The Sage prints its last page

Michelle Moran

September 17, 2012

After more than 30 years of hard work and dedication, San Diego’s Miramar College shut down “The Sage” student newspaper production class permanently this semester. The newspaper was shut down due to a lack of enrollment in the course the previous spring semester. Dr. Leslie Klipper was the faculty advisor to “The Sage” and she agreed to remove the course from...

Perez hearing rescheduled

Adam Burkhart

September 17, 2012

Armando Perez appeared in court Aug. 27 markedly more composed than he was at his arraignment earlier in the week. Perez, the suspect in the 2010 killing of City College student Diana Gonzalez, was removed from court during his arraignment Aug. 22 for shouting that he was guilty despite that his attorney had entered a plea of not guilty. Perez was extradited from Mexico...

ASG looks to the future

Lizz Carson

September 17, 2012

Dotti Cordell, Director of the Student Health Services Clinic, addressed Associated Student Government on Friday, Aug. 31 about why she thought the student health fee should be raised. She told the members of ASG about the importance of having a clinic that can stay open for more than four hours a day and how raising the health fee would help the clinic to offer more services...

A graphic novel that you control

A graphic novel that you control

September 17, 2012

Ah, summer. A great time to catch up on neglected, but not forgotten video games, movies, and reading (graphic novels, of course). In the world of video...

The Uprising rock the quad

The Uprising rock the quad

September 17, 2012

The Uprising, a campus club, held a free outdoor music event in the Gorton Quad on Aug. 30. “Off the Hook Thursday” is open to all students and the g...

A ‘Stoopidly’ wicked album

A ‘Stoopidly’ wicked album

September 17, 2012

Ocean Beach natives Slightly Stoopid have been producing righteous and harmonic music since the mid 1990’s. For the last seventeen years, fans of the...

Local alternative music festival in north county

Local alternative music festival in north county

Issa Lozano

September 17, 2012

San Diego’s local alternative radio station FM 94/9 will be hosting it’s 9th annual Independence Jam: Coastal Invasion just a few steps away from the...

Upcoming T.V. that everyone needs to watch

Jennifer Manalili

September 17, 2012

Sept. is the time for television networks to begin rolling out their primetime lineups for the fall. It’s a season for new shows to bloom -or get the boot- and for returning shows to deliver on those cliffhangers they left us stewing over during the summer. Here are just a few of the things you can look forward to from some old favorites and a new class of freshman.   NBC   Returning: “The Voice” NBC...

A week of very affordable eats

A week of very affordable eats

Jennifer Manalili

September 11, 2012

One of San Diego’s most affordable food traditions returns in just a few days. San Diego Restaurant Week will take place from Sept. 16 to 21. A...

Authentic barbecue cooked to perfection

Authentic barbecue cooked to perfection

September 11, 2012

“Barbacoa,” Spanish for barbecue, is a popular type of Mexican cuisine enjoyed throughout it’s native land.  It is only available at true artisan...

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