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Annual Trolley Dances coming to City

Torrey Spoerer

September 22, 2014

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, TOP STORIES

In celebration of the Centennial and the opening of the Arts and Humanities and Business Technology buildings, San Diego Dance Theater will be hosting their annual Trolley Dance tour of our city's hot spots, which this year includes our very own City College. The tour will start their route at City College, beginning at the college's trolley stop, located on 14th and C Str...

Knight Bites: Breakfast, over-easy

Knight Bites: Breakfast, over-easy

Jennifer Manalili

September 17, 2014

Filed under CAMPUS LIFE, TOP STORIES

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day but it can be hard to remember to stop and enjoy, or indulge in, with busy schedule and a hectic load of...

Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

Student Eats: Russian food after rushing to class

September 16, 2014

Kafe Sobaka/Restoran Pomegranate is a quirky restaurant that offers a to-die-for fusion of Georgian, Californian and Russian cuisine. This enchanting breakaway...

Cross country season begins for the Knights

David Pradel, Sports Editor

September 16, 2014

Filed under SPORTS

The San Diego City College cross country teams laced up their running shoes on Friday, Sept. 5 at the Palomar Cross Country Invitational, where both the men’s and women’s team were able to find their stride as the season takes off with hopes of making it to the State Championships. The men’s cross country team ran a four mile race to begin their season and with a freshman...

VAMP Showcase this October

Aldo Ramírez

September 16, 2014

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

For the second consecutive year, a VAMP (Video Audio Monologue Performance) showcase is being presented this October by San Diego City College this October. In association with So Say We All, a literary and performing arts non-profit organization, the showcase is created with the objective of giving people an opportunity to share their words in an ambience created with visu...

City Food Pantry moves house

City Food Pantry moves house

September 16, 2014

As the responsibility of funding higher education continues to shift from state and federal government to the individual students, on campus food pantries ar...

Editorial: Making spare time for activism

Angelica Wallingford

September 16, 2014

Filed under OPINION

It’s a scene all too familiar for a City College student. Rushing from the trolley station or one of the parking garages to get to class when a person, clipboard in hand, asks them to sign a petition to get some initiative on the ballot for an upcoming election. Whether you like it or not, these signature gatherers are just another cog in the democratic process machine...

Valuing our verbal democracy

Lydia Grijalva

September 16, 2014

Filed under OPINION

Petition gatherers are a valued piece of campus life. They serve as the bridge between busy students and the laws that are being created while students are studying.When students get busy with class, it becomes easy for political issues to slip to the back burner. Petitioners serve to keep that from happening. A study at Yale confirmed that canvassing, or person to person voter ...

Student voices for sale

Torrey Spoerer

September 16, 2014

Filed under OPINION

Throughout the City College campus, bulletin boards originally set up for posting announcements and bulletins approved by the Dean of Student Affairs are now almost completely covered with vague advertisements reading “Activist work for students! Earn up to $15 per hour!” Also around every corner of the campus lurks strangers with clipboards asking busy students &...

Getting out of default mode

Getting out of default mode

September 16, 2014

Students, staff and the general public filled the Saville Theater Sept. 4 to listen as Kali Love, a certified teacher at the Chopra Center in Carlsbad, sp...

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