City Times

Don’t get mad at the cashier

Michelle Moran

December 5, 2013

Filed under VOICE

In most businesses, if not all, there is one mutual agreement: the customer is always right. Even when they yell at an employee and cause a scene in public, is the customer still right? A manager will most likely say something like "Don't argue with the customer. Just calmly get a manager and they will resolve it." But that doesn't justify getting yelled at for most likely...

Purchasers are not to blame

William Morse

December 5, 2013

Filed under VOICE

As the holidays are approaching, so are the overwhelming feelings of consumerism, as everyone goes sale-crazy and buys everything in sight. For anyone who happens to work in retail or any service that works face to face with customers, they may have heard the phrase “The customer is always right.” Be it from a manager or a parent or anyone else: This is completel...

Barona museum puts life of Kumeyaay on display

Barona museum puts life of Kumeyaay on display

Ahmad Blue

December 5, 2013

Filed under LIFE

The Barona Resort is well known throughout San Diego for its casino gambling, but within the Kumeyaay nation is a rich history well documented in their...

‘How do you define American?’

‘How do you define American?’

December 5, 2013

The fourteenth annual San Diego Asian Film Festival concluded with the sold out screening of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, filmmaker and Define American fou...

Craft beer in Little Italy

Craft beer in Little Italy

December 5, 2013

San Diego is slowly becoming a craft beer mecca for all the beer lovers, due to the vast amount of breweries that have been opening up over the past few y...

Inside scoop on dating do’s and don’t’s

Leeann Rose

December 5, 2013

Filed under LIFE

“Waiter … Check please!”Too often in the midst of a first date, you know, somewhere between the hour-long conversation about their ex and food stuck in their teeth; this request occurs sooner than anticipated. After five years of working as a waitress and bartender, I have seen countless first dates play out before me. I can usually tell how they are goi...

Continuing Education campus to open in Barrio Logan in 2015

Continuing Education campus to open in Barrio Logan in 2015

December 5, 2013

Construction is under way for the San Diego Continuing Education - Cesar Chavez Campus, scheduled for completion in 2015. Located at the corner of Main Stre...

Health care for students this spring

Jennifer Ovalle

December 5, 2013

Filed under NEWS

Family Health Centers of San Diego will open a highly accessible clinic at City College in May of next year. The facility will serve the basic health needs of students and offer a training opportunity for graduate nursing majors. Family Health Centers are relocating to City College from their Broadway and 12th Street location. The new home will be on the first floor of the...

First-year cross-country runner competes in state finals.

First-year cross-country runner competes in state finals.

December 4, 2013

Chris Felix, 20, was the first Knights cross-country runner to represent City College at the individual state finals competition since 2010.Felix qualified in his f...

Give the gift of charity this holiday season

Jennifer Manalili

December 4, 2013

Filed under LIFE

Amid all of the hustle and bustle of parties and gifts and the chaos of food and shopping, is something more profoundly important: the need to give back during the holiday season. Call it the spirit of the season, but giving back to the community during this time of the year can be both truly inspiring and fulfilling. San Diego is ripe with many places to volunteer and ways...

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