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Student Eats: Healthy options on the hill

Student Eats: Healthy options on the hill

October 28, 2014

Juice bars and smoothie spots have recently become popular in San Diego. One is located on University Avenue in a bright orange building in Hillcrest:...

Week of Service at City – students lend a helping hand in local community

Franchesca Walker

October 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS

Student volunteers gathered in the surrounding areas of City College to take part in the Week of Service Oct. 20-24. The week long event had volunteers serving meals at the St. Vincent de Paul Village and doing maintenance at Balboa Park. The Week of Service was started by City College Student Affairs Supervisor Lori Oldham in fall 2013 after a conversation with Denise Whi...

Students receive distinguished awards for journalism

Angelica Wallingford

October 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS

The San Diego City College Digital Journalism program won prestigious awards at the 2014 Southern Calif. conference for Journalism Association of Community Colleges at Cal State Fullerton Oct. 18. Sports editor David Pradel won second place for Magazine Profile Story and copy editor Jennifer Manalili won second place for Magazine Opinion Story for Legend magazine. Christopher...

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: to be accepted or declined?

Miguel Cid

October 28, 2014

Filed under OPINION

ALS is a disease that affects people almost at random, and the Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral in late July has brought much awareness to the disease. But since the challenge has emerged, it has strangely almost been put against what happened when people began rioting a few weeks later in Ferguson against systematic racial oppression in the U.S. Even people in Palestine...

Students register for health care

Kenan Jackson

October 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS

The on-campus Family Health Centers of San Diego is offering help to students and their families with open enrollment for health care coverage Nov. 15 to Feb. 15. Enrollment will take place at the health center. Informational workshops are planned so students are able to get information and answers to any questions they may have. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Servic...

Campus safety still an issue for students

Richard Lomibao

October 28, 2014

Filed under NEWS

No matter how small the incident may be, Lt. Lou Zizzo with San Diego City College Police takes all calls as an emergency — “Let us determine if it’s nothing,” he says. The Campus Police dispatch office, tucked away on the bottom level of the Career Technology Center, is an around-the-clock coverage unit. “Maintaining high visibility to deter crim...

Editorial: California says ‘no thanks’ to plastic bags

Torrey Spoerer

October 28, 2014

Filed under OPINION

Ever since its invention in the mid 1960s by Swedish engineer Sten Gustaf Thulin, plastic bags were embraced by American shoppers as convenient, easily disposable one-time carryalls. That’s all about to change though for Californians statewide, after State Gov. Jerry Brown approved and signed State Bill SB-270 on Sept. 23. Starting in July 2015, large grocery stores, p...

Men’s basketball team preparing for another winning season

Men’s basketball team preparing for another winning season

Franchesca Walker

October 28, 2014

Filed under SPORTS, TOP STORIES

The loud echoes from the basketballs hitting the hardwood court can be heard the moment you walk into the Harry West Gymnasium as the City College men's...

Costco co-founder Jim Sinegal honored as first centurion

October 16, 2014

Retired co-founder of Costco Wholesale and City College alumus Jim Sinegal was the guest of honor at the Centennial Gala on Sept. 8. The San Diego City...

New rhythm runs through campus

New rhythm runs through campus

October 14, 2014

Hundreds of spectators and dance enthusiasts paid a visit to City College for their first stop on the San Diego Dance Theater’s 16th annual Trolley Dances...

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