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A slow start for Knights soccer teams

A slow start for Knights soccer teams

Miguel Cid

October 14, 2014

Filed under SPORTS

The San Diego City College soccer teams don’t have the undefeated records all teams hope for, but the coaches and players are confident in one another...

A ‘Taste of Asia’ in Balboa Park

A ‘Taste of Asia’ in Balboa Park

Richard Lomibao

October 14, 2014

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Flying colors, live music, the Taste of Asia performers represented their countries in front of an enlightened crowd in Balboa Park’s House of Pacific...

A dream filled with designs

A dream filled with designs

Kenan Jackson

October 14, 2014

Filed under LIFE, TOP STORIES

Life goals and dreams change from time to time for many. Former City College student Josh Higgins is a great example of that. After graduating from the...

Little Italy hosts Dali’s work

Little Italy hosts Dali’s work

October 14, 2014

The Argillet Collection of Salvador Dali’s work is one of the most authentic and largest collections of his career. “This is the most authenticated...

SoundBreak: Going back to basics with a punk classic

SoundBreak: Going back to basics with a punk classic

Angelica Wallingford

October 14, 2014

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, TOP STORIES

Music has gotten really electronic and computerized over the years. You can’t turn on a radio station or download an album without hearing songs saturated...

The hits and misses of the fall TV line-up

The hits and misses of the fall TV line-up

October 14, 2014

The weather is a little colder, leaves have started to change color and TV networks like The CW, ABC, FOX AND CBS have released an onslaught of new shows...

Men’s cross-country team suffers a setback midway through the season

David Pradel, Sports Editor

October 14, 2014

Filed under SPORTS

The 2014 season for the San Diego City College men’s cross-country team is not going as expected after receiving news that the team’s No. 2 runner, freshman Abdullah Moulin, is most likely out for the season with a hip and hamstring injury that has kept the star runner on the sidelines. “I think if he comes back too soon and he keeps getting hurt; it’s not doing...

Transfer Center helps students plan out future

Kenan Jackson

October 14, 2014

Filed under NEWS

If students are thinking of transferring to a four-year university or just seeking information about the transfer process, then visiting the Transfer Center is one place to start. The Transfer Center offers an array of services including transfer planning steps and career opportunities. According to senior student services assistant Joe D’Ambro, "We’re here to help stu...

Bachelor’s degrees may become a possibility at City

Phoenix Webb

October 14, 2014

Filed under NEWS

Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill-850 Sept. 29, a bill that will allow two year public colleges to offer students the chance to obtain baccalaureates — or bachelor's degrees.“This is landmark legislation that is a game changer for California’s higher education system and our workforce preparedness," Sen. Marty Block said in a press release from his offic...

The Knightly battles at the net

The Knightly battles at the net

October 14, 2014

The San Diego City College women’s volleyball team is off to its best start since 2009 with an overall record of 7-5, and is ranked 23 in the latest...

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