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New requirements for BOG waiver announced

Belinda Mendoza

March 23, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The California Legislature has imposed a new requirement for the Board of Governors waiver that will begin in the fall semester. Previously the BOG waiver, which pays for basic tuition, was only based on income, but now grades and units completed will be taken into consideration. To qualify for the waiver, students have to maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average. ...

Payroll problems affect up to 20% of staff in new system

Thomas Chesy

March 23, 2016

Filed under NEWS

With around 900 district employees being either under or overpaid since the start of the Spring 2016 semester, the long-awaited replacement for many of the San Diego Community College's aging business systems has gotten off to a rocky start. The upgrade itself, which utilizes Oracle Corporation's PeopleSoft business-management software, is slated to replace a majority of t...

Thefts from RTVF Dept. span decade

Thefts from RTVF Dept. span decade

March 23, 2016

A City Times review of campus police logs shows that City College's Radio, Television and Film (RTVF) Department reported at least 10 incidents of th...

Thousands cheer Sanders at SD rally

Thousands cheer Sanders at SD rally

March 23, 2016

While waiting for the vote counts of Arizona, Idaho, and Utah to be finalized, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders campaigned in San Diego...

‘IIlegible’ explores race through dance, music performance

Belinda Mendoza

March 22, 2016

Filed under Art

Celebrating the Black Lives Matter movement, World Cultures and Social Justice Conference present "Illegible," a performance on March 23 that addresses race awareness with dance, music and poetry.The performance is based on the book "Looking for Leroy" by Mark Anthony Neal, about the social misinterpretation and representation of black men.In the works for more than two ye...

More stolen items found at pawn shop

More stolen items found at pawn shop

March 16, 2016

Electronic equipment stolen from City College worth thousands of dollars has been recovered from a pawn shop in downtown San Diego. Campus police Lt. Louis Ziz...

From the field to behind the camera

Luisa Sausedo

March 16, 2016

Filed under LIFE, NEWS, SPORTS

Student athlete at San Diego City College, Alex Bentley, is living both of his passions by combining film and baseball into his life. Bentley, a film major at SDCC, was cast to act as a San Diego Padre baseball player in Fox Television’s new series titled, “Pitch”. Not only is Bentley acting as a baseball player on TV, he really is one. Bentley is the starting ...

Baseball game suspended in 9th due to rain

Luisa Sausedo

March 12, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

The San Diego City College baseball team (7-7) came ready to play Friday afternoon against the Palomar Comets (8-9) during a rainy day at Morley Field.In the top of the ninth inning, under heavy rain, the umpires suspended the game, which the Knights were winning 5-2. It has been rescheduled for April 28. The Knights took an early lead over the Comets in the bottom of the f...

Provocative film debuts at Latino Film Festival

Provocative film debuts at Latino Film Festival

March 12, 2016

One of the most talked about films of the 23rd San Diego Latino Film Festival, “Las Aparicio,” premiered Friday night at AMC Fashion Valley 18. It's a film adaptation of the popular Mexican TV series about several women coping with a curse that has haunted their family for generations. The curse ...

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