City Times

Editorial: Working students need more help

Celia Jimenez

March 26, 2016

Filed under OPINION

The San Diego Community College District has several programs that help specific student populations succeed in college but it doesn’t have anything to assist students who have unexpected life changes. The completion rate for City's students was 65 percent, according to 2014 data -- meaning that only 65 percent earned an associate's degree, transferred to a four-year university...

Violent Femmes new record worth the wait

Violent Femmes new record worth the wait

Ricardo Soltero

March 26, 2016

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Violent Femmes released their first record since 2000’s “Freak Magnet,” titled “We Can Do Anything.” Sixteen years is ...

Teen player on top of her game

Teen player on top of her game

Michael Markulin

March 26, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

This is Palia Griffin's first year at City College and she's already the Lady Knights top singles and doubles tennis player at the age of 19.Given her family back...

How to hook students to study chemistry?

How to hook students to study chemistry?

March 25, 2016

How to engage students in chemistry?That's the question hundreds of professors explored during a national conference held at City College on March 11 ...

City student wins top state honor

City student wins top state honor

Beatriz Merced

March 25, 2016

Filed under NEWS

An award-winning San Diego City College student worries deeply about children who have severe mental illness. Issanna Loughman said she is planning...

City Times, Legend won statewide awards

Ricardo Soltero

March 25, 2016

Filed under NEWS

BURBANK -- City Times and Legend Magazine won seven statewide awards from the Journalism Association of Community Colleges, including Newspaper General Excellence honors. In addition, three City College students won on-the-spot competitions at the organization's state convention held March 17 to 19 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel. The awards covered...

Cuba is worth a visit, photographer urges

Oisis Jones

March 25, 2016

Filed under LIFE

Cuba has always been on many travelers' bucket list. The colorful houses, beautiful architecture and the classic cars driving around Havana are enticing. With the U.S. easing travel restrictions, Byron Motley hopes many will make that trip.The photographer presented his new book, "Embracing Cuba," on March 9 at City College. It showcases his experiences on the island from near...

Craft beers carved in Stone

Craft beers carved in Stone

March 25, 2016

Stone Brewing Company, the ever-expanding brewery that was voted by Beer Advocate readers as number 1 "All Time Top Brewery on Planet Earth” in 2013,...

Athlete thrives behind the plate and camera

Athlete thrives behind the plate and camera

March 25, 2016

City College athlete Alex Bentley is living both of his passions by combining film and baseball into his life. Bentley, a 23-year-old film major, was...

We are earning our dreams

We are earning  our dreams

Antonio Marquez

March 24, 2016

Filed under OPINION, TOP STORIES

I became the first in my family to go to college. I won a $10,000 Price Scholarship and I served as an intern at a TV station. Yet I still remember the first...

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