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City Times given top honors by journalism organizations

Amanda Rhoades

November 29, 2012

Filed under NEWS

City Times was named third best college newspaper and second best college news website at the San Diego Press Club’s 39th Annual Excellence in Journalism Awards Oct. 23 at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.Fernando Yates and Troy Orem were awarded first-place in the feature layout and design category, while Anulak Singphiphat also took third in the category.  Orem...

San Diego Highlights Filipino Cinema

Jennifer Manalili

November 17, 2012

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

This year’s San Diego Asian Film Festival included a collection of colorful films that together reflect the diversity in Asian filmmaking and especially Filipino cinema today.“Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey’” has spent much of the year on the road, closing the San Francisco International Film Festival, receiving the Audienc...

Men’s soccer win 3-1

Andrew Hahn

November 15, 2012

Filed under SPORTS

Knights win 3 to 1 against the Arabs of El Centro Read More »

Issa Lozano

November 14, 2012

Filed under STAFF

Patti Smith Rocks and Reads

Issa Lozano

November 14, 2012

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

A renowned figure in rock and roll – nicknamed the “Godmother of Punk” – who propelled to fame in 1975, Patti Smith returned to San Diego for “Downtown with Patti Smith" at Spreckels Theatre, an event that ended an eight-year absence from San Diego, her last appearance being at Street Scene in 2004. She spoke about her life and performed the...

Expanding City’s clinical services

fahima paghmani

November 14, 2012

Filed under NEWS

The California Mental Health Services Act was one of two important grants awarded to San Diego City College Mental Health Counseling program on Oct.18. CAL MHSA will emphasize focus on the issues of suicide prevention, awareness, and in reducing associated stigmas that are attached to it.The CAL MHSA grant is intended to be a main tool in educating students by reaching out...

‘Thick Dark Fog’ director shares story of native identity

Jennifer Manalili

November 14, 2012

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

“It touched my heart. You showed me the story of my grandfather and I’ll never forget it,” said an audience member after watching “The Thick Dark Fog” at Saville Theatre. Director Randy Vasquez was there for the screening of his documentary which attracted a large audience on Nov. 5.“Fog” explores the history between the U.S. Gov...

Evolution of the ‘Creed’

Adam Baird

November 14, 2012

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Does anybody remember learning about the American Revolutionary War back in high school? I recall being spoon-fed stories about our heroic founding fathers who bravely stood up against the tyrannical might of the tax-loving and freedom-hating British Empire, and after the smoke cleared, a new nation was born unto the virgin landscape.  It's too bad that I didn't have Assassin's Creed III ba...

Editorial: San Diego county rejects Prop. 30, abysmal voter turnout to blame

November 14, 2012

Filed under VOICE

Voting in a national election isn’t hard, and it doesn’t take up much time. So why did almost half of registered voters in San Diego county fail to cast their ballots on Nov. 6? Voting isn’t just a right we have as Americans, it’s a responsibility we all share as citizens of the nation. Without input from the citizens, our executive and legislative branches of governm...

Andrew Hahn

November 14, 2012

Filed under STAFF

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