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San Diego Family Health Center joining the expanding City College campus

Jennifer Ovalle

December 14, 2013

The Family Health Center is scheduled to open for business on May 2014. The clinic will relocate from its previous Broadway and 12th St. location and is scheduled to open at the first floor on the new Math and Science Building in the corner of 16th and Broadway St. There are approximately about 23 locations in San Diego County and will be a very accessible clinic to civili...

‘President of Pop’ releases lackluster album

‘President of Pop’ releases lackluster album

Jennifer Manalili

December 14, 2013

After successfully concluding a summer tour with Jay-Z this summer, Justin Timberlake hung up his "Suit and Tie" and released "The 20/20 Experience 2 o...

Big Brother goes too far

Torrey Spoerer

December 14, 2013

Before an American makes a post on their Facebook wall, they may have to consider how the material of the post would look in the eyes of Big Brother. The National Security Agency is an American government program that potentially listens into a majority of national (and international-to-America-connected) phone calls and looks up topics of interest on social media outlets...

Minimum wage is not enough

Sandra Galindo

December 14, 2013

Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King died fighting against the oppression of workers. He was working on The Poor People’s Campaign; a campaign demanding economic and human rights for all, regardless of race. To honor the anniversary of this fight, many events across the United States were held. But the reality is that the changes accomplished by Dr. King have not improved ...

Local artwork showcased at ‘Ray at Night’

Local artwork showcased at ‘Ray at Night’

December 14, 2013

With finals looming by, it can be unnerving for many and what better detour to take than a captivating art walk such as the Ray at Night event in the a...

Sky Ferreira makes her long awaited debut with “Night Time, My Time”

Issa Lozano

December 14, 2013

21-year-old Sky Ferreira has seen success since she first started putting up demos on her Myspace page in the earlier days of the Internet. Although it hasn't been easy, and the success has come with years of work, all she needed was a chance to be herself and a simple, lush pop song.A few demos that had her signed to Parlaphone records at the age of 15, She released the sin...

Dance concert entertains audiences at the Saville Theatre

William Morse

December 14, 2013

The Dance Department at San Diego City College presented "City Moves" a biannual dance concert performed and choreographed by students and staff on Dec. 6-7 in the Saville Theatre.The show's prelude started off with single male hopping and skipping across the stage in what seemed to be an interpretive dance. Then a flash of light illuminated the entire stage as the main even...

Editors’ Note

Editors’ Note

December 12, 2013

Dear Readers,We write this to you from our cramped, messy newsroom at San Diego City College, where countless issues of City Times have been created and...

Coping with the stress of finals

Ahmad Blue

December 11, 2013

As the semester draws to close, finals are approaching and for some this can be a very stressful part of college. Well, don't panic. Stop and come up with a game plan. Finals are this week. There are many of us who have multiple tests to take. Just keep calm and remember studying, time management, and confidence are key. Studying is the most important because without it, you...

Past and Present

Past and Present

December 11, 2013

San Diego City College was established in 1914 with only 5 members and 35 students. It would be the first community college in San Diego County. The campus...

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