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State propositions and county measures for the progressive voter

James Call

October 30, 2016

Filed under OPINION

Recommendations for the progressive voter. Props and measures not listed have no particular recommendation.State Propositions: Prop 51 — YES A bond issue to raise $9 billion for school infrastructure; $7 billion for K-12, and $2 billion for community colleges. Prop 52 — YES Retains a current fee on hospitals to fund Medi-Cal services. The net benefit in fiscal y...

City Bites: Pho Xpress

October 29, 2016

Known for their family recipes of pho, rice dishes & other Vietnamese cuisine.  Pho Xpress is located at 1125 Sixth Ave., which is about a 10 minute...

Review: ‘Walking Dead’ Keeps Bloody Promise To Fans

Review: ‘Walking Dead’ Keeps Bloody Promise To Fans

October 24, 2016

Our worst dreams came true Sunday night on AMC. "Welcome to a new beginning, you sorry s----,"were the words uttered by "The Walking Dead's" latest...

Knights Turn In Impressive Win

Gabe Rivera

October 24, 2016

Filed under SPORTS

Chloe Gruwell and the Knights women's volleyball team continued their impressive stretch this season, winning 3-1 (25-18, 25-11, 24-26, 25-11) against Imperial Valley College on Oct. 12. The Knights improved their record to 9-6 overall and 2-1 in conference play for the 2016 season.The Knights started the game sluggishly, falling behind in the early going 14-12. Coach Ded...

Second theater production opens Oct. 28

Ricardo Soltero

October 24, 2016

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, Theater

San Diego City College theatre department has turned to Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” for its latest production. The stage adaptation by Christopher Sergel, based on Lee’s book, tells the story of Scout Finch who lives with her brother Jem and their widowed father, Attorney Atticus Finch. Through her eyes, we watch as Atticus attempts to prove the...

Students share their experience of coming out

Melissa De Pineres

October 24, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The SDCC World Cultures Program held a Coming Out Day Panel on Oct. 11. Students interviewed transexual lesbian students, Le Tran, Fofie Bashir and Daphne Taylor Garcia, in the event that took place in City College MS building. This gave the audience a chance to help and better connect with the LGBTQ community and gain insight about what the struggles of coming out in public re...

$40K scholarships still available

Daniel Wright Sr

October 24, 2016

Filed under NEWS

The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation is offering approximately 85 eligible undergraduate transfer students scholarships for up to $40,000 per year.The Cooke Foundation scholarship was established for community college students who have financial needs, to help them transfer and complete a bachelor degree at a top four-year college or university.Each award is intended to cover m...

Sign-ups open for Week of Service Oct. 17-22

Daniel Wright Sr

October 24, 2016

Filed under NEWS

Registration is available for the "Week of Service," Oct. 17 to 22, a volunteer clean-up program that helps keep America's Finest City clean and clutter-free.The program is open to City's students, faculty, staff and administrators who are interested in making a difference in the community.St. Vincent de Paul is looking for 48 volunteers. Balboa Park is asking for upwards ...

AB 540 City College students come back from the White House

AB 540 City College students come back from the White House

October 24, 2016

This November, two City College students will not be able to vote for a new White House tenant. Last month, Ana Karina Lomeli-Cadenas and Kenia ...

Steam Punk Cop

Steam Punk Cop

Mike Madriaga

October 24, 2016

Filed under LIFE

Colonel Malcolm Weatherby, a fictional character from 1890, roams our campus. The term “Steampunk” was coined in 1987 when an author, K.W. Jeter,...

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