City Times

Plays return to City College with modern love story

Destiny Ortiz

April 14, 2016

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, TOP STORIES

After a successful spring production featuring works by San Diego College City students, “Almost, Maine,” the final production for the semester from the Visual and Performing Arts department, has arrived. Written by John Cariani, the play takes a look into the lives of the residents in Almost, Maine. It's a contemporary love story that touches on the daily routi...

Another theft hits RTVF

Collette Carroll

April 14, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The preliminary hearing for City's former chief broadcast engineer has been postponed again, to May. Meanwhile, the Radio, Televisio, and Film Department continues to experience thefts.Gerald "Larry" Quick, is facing felony grand theft charges relating to the theft of four video cameras from the RTVF Department, valued around $20,000. His preliminary hearing was postoned again, to...

April 18 is the tax-day deadline

April 18 is the tax-day deadline

April 14, 2016

If you're one of people that procrastinate until the last hour to file your taxes, there's good news: This year's deadline has been pushed back three ex...

Get ready to dig into your wallet

Daniel Wright Sr

April 14, 2016

Filed under OPINION

Don't think the minimum wage increase to an eventual $15 per hour will lead to a better lifestyle for the minimum-wage crowd nor change their tax bracket. The more people make, the more the cost of living goes up. Take a Big Mac, which cost 99 cents in 1978. The famous sandwich hasn't gotten any bigger or any better but today costs five times as much. Try and swallow tha...

Students have extra fun

Luisa Sausedo

April 13, 2016

Filed under LIFE

City College students and athletes along with others in the community are participating as extras in a pilot for a Fox TV show, called “Pitch.”The pilot is about a young pitcher who becomes the first woman to play in Major League baseball.Throughout the past few weeks, the extras were used for crowd shots at Petco Park and flashback scenes at Morley Field.Danny...

ASG holds elections April 20,21

Luisa Sausedo

April 13, 2016

Filed under NEWS

Elections for City College’s Associated Student Government are being held on April 20 and 21 and students can vote from their smartphones or computers by logging onto www.sdcity.edu.Since April 4, a number of students have been campaigning, however they are all running unopposed, except for the Public Events Coordinator. Three of the nine officer positions have no ca...

Marvel unleashes ‘Doctor Strange’ trailer on late night show

Marvel unleashes ‘Doctor Strange’ trailer on late night show

April 13, 2016

The first trailer for Marvel’s “Doctor Strange” premiered Tuesday night during ABC’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" The long-awaited trailer delivers an e...

Mixed crowd checks out Cruz

Luisa Sausedo

April 12, 2016

Filed under NEWS, TOP STORIES

A mixed crowd of old and young people, including some undecideds, attended a presidential rally for Sen. Ted Cruz at the San Diego's Town and Country Hotel on Monday evening A total of 2,000 tickets were made available to the public on April 8, and were sold out in roughly half-a-day's time . Cruz spoke for about 30 minutes and focused on what he called the three critical iss...

Rain delays tennis tournament

Michael Markulin

April 7, 2016

Filed under NEWS, SPORTS

Opening day of both the women's and men's Pacific Coast Athletic Conference Tennis Tournament was set to begin Thursday, April 7, however, mother nature had different plans as the rain postponed play.City Times caught up with both coaches to find out what will happen next due to the rain out.Brandon Lupian, coach of the men's tennis team, must wait till Friday to see if the we...

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