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Learning about campus services

Michelle Moran

August 31, 2013

Filed under LIFE

The World Cultures Program will welcome students to the new semester by holding an event called "Exploring Campus Services" on Sept. 3.The event will include a panel discussion about what campus services are available here at City. It will be lead by health services, mental health counseling, veteran and military resources and EOPS.If you are a new student or a student that would like to have b...

Things to look forward to at Club Rush

Christopher Handloser

August 31, 2013

Filed under LIFE

We’re a couple weeks in now and you most likely have your schedule nailed down, books bought, and possibly even some homework already. That all begs a question though – what do we do for fun?Club Rush will manifest in the Gorton Quad next week from Tuesday to Thursday and run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many different groups will setup tables, hand out candy, and ...

Three bikes stolen first week of fall semester

August 30, 2013

Filed under NEWS

William MorseThree bikes were stolen in the first week of class at San Diego City College, according to campus police. According to campus police, one of the thefts occurred outside the C Building and the other two at locations on campus. Experts suggest a number of ways riders can secure their bikes. Bicycle Transportation Alliance suggests using a U-lock instead of a cable l...

Summer ends for City College students

Summer ends for City College students

August 27, 2013

For City College students, summer came to an end when the fall semester began last week.Professors opened their doors and staff were on campus to welcom...

Don’t settle for McDonald’s

Michelle Moran

August 25, 2013

Filed under LIFE, TOP STORIES

The fall semester has just begun, so school is going to feel like a second home again for me and I’m sure many of you. And if you’re like me, you don’t like eating super unhealthy very often, especially if you need a quick meal in between classes.Burger Lounge is a healthy fast food joint that is convenient for students that refuse to eat at the McDonald’s acr...

Fall semester looks promising for student athletes

LaShawn Encarnacion

August 19, 2013

Filed under SPORTS

Some teams had success last year while others came up short but with a new season comes a clean slate and new goals and for some, a chance at redemption.The City College men’s soccer team is coming off a dominant performance in the 2012 season and Second Place in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference."Traditionally a strong program for City College, it looks like the 2...

SD’s eclectic fall concerts

SD’s eclectic fall concerts

Christopher Handloser

August 18, 2013

Filed under Art, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Even though it likely reads “CLOSED” next to that last class you needed, the fall music scene in San Diego is wide open. From rap royalty in Chula...

A ‘forbidden’ view

J. Rae Chipera, Michelle Moran, City Times

August 18, 2013

Filed under NEWS

  This summer, Professor Dave Eichinger led a photography exhibition called “Cuba Foto.” The week-long trip gave students the chance to experience Cuban culture, learn about the broken relationship between Cuba and the United States and learn Spanish. “Being ‘forbidden’ for so long no one is quite certain what to expect when you get there,” he said. Mo...

Summer transformation for City

Summer transformation for City

August 18, 2013

Many students at City College might be curious as to when the construction on campus will finally be over. It may seem like the process remains never ending,...

Foals ignites a ‘Flame’ in San Diego

Foals ignites a ‘Flame’ in San Diego

Issa Lozano

August 16, 2013

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

If you've never seen U.K. band Foals before you missed out on one of the best live acts to hit the House of Blues stage this summer.With shows on the tour selling out, the...

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