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City’s professors share science at Comic-Con

Oisis Jones

May 22, 2016

Filed under NEWS

Three City College professors have active roles at Comic-Con, which draws approximately about 130,000 annually to San Diego's Convention Center. Professors Lisa Will and Shane Haggard have participated in panel discussions while Lisa Chaddock has volunteered in the yearly blood drive at the convention. Will is an associate professor of astronomy and physics and the resident...

New ASG officers confirmed

Natalie Hanson

May 22, 2016

Filed under NEWS

City College has officially confirmed the winners of the Associated Student Government elections. In the only race that was contested, Samantha Ruiz was elected to the position of Public Events Coordinator over Mariana Longoria, who now holds the position of treasurer. Daron Woods officially holds the position president and trustee, with Suma Massely as vice president. The...

Choice for $20 bill is a step in right direction

By Denise White

May 22, 2016

Filed under OPINION

Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew recently announced that there would be a historic change to the $20 bill. Harriet Tubman will be the new face of the bill, replacing Andrew Jackson, who will move to the back. “It is just absolutely beautiful to replace Andrew Jackson with Harriet Tubman, because where Jackson represented the worst side of American history, Tubman represents...

Me vote? Never have, never will

Me vote? Never have, never will

May 22, 2016

I don't, won't, and never will vote! For what? Why waste my time standing in a line of what I consider a social gathering spot for senior citizens....

Great show of talent at Saville

Natalie Hanson

May 17, 2016

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The stage lights dim red and blue, a familiar guitar riff sounds and a young woman in white rises from a man's shoulders to the ceiling to the tune of "Purple Rain."While the late Prince's voice casts a spell over the theater, the pair intertwine in painstaking grace, making the stage theirs. The timing of their bodies seems effortless, the woman tenuously balancing over the man's ...

Experts tells students how how to win job they want

Oisis Jones

May 17, 2016

Filed under NEWS

One of the nation's employment experts shared his expertise about the job market in San Diego and the do’s and don’ts of getting a job with City College students.Phil Blair, who built Manpower San Diego into the largest Manpower franchise in the nation, spoke on campus on May 11.He had some advice for upcoming college graduates: Start applying for work at least th...

Badminton endures tough season

Luisa Sausedo

May 17, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

The women’s badminton team endured a rough 2016 season after being undefeated and winning the state championship last year. With an overall record of 3-6, the Lady Knights came in third place out of four teams in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. With only two returning players and a new head coach, Darby Duprat, the team struggled during the entire season. The only ...

Core of women’s tennis team returning

Michael Markulin

May 17, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

The Lady Knights tennis team of City College had a brilliant beginning of the season starting conference play, 4-0, before their first loss. However, during the end of the season the team lost some steam and finished third in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference, with a record of 7-3.All six starters for the Lady Knights qualified for the state championship at the Ojai, how...

Men’s tennis team had winning season

Michael Markulin

May 17, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

The men's tennis team of City College finished third out of seven teams in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference after an up-and-down season this year. Beginning the season 5-1 in conference play, before losing their next three out of four matches, the Knights completed their season with a final 6-4 record.Brandon Lupian, head coach of the Knights, is optimistic about the future...

Baseball team set solid foundation

Luisa Sausedo

May 17, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

The baseball team at City College completed their 2016 season with a 15-18 overall record and a 10-14 record in the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference. Although they didn’t do as well as hoped, the team and coaching staff will return next season with their 17 returning freshmen as well as some new recruits. Manager Chris Brown is in his 16th season coaching at City C...

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