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DACA students fear deportation under Trump

Melissa De Pineres

March 14, 2017

Filed under LIFE, NEWS

San Diego City College DACA students sat down with City Times for an interview about recent fears that President Donald Trump will end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which protects undocumented childhood arrivals to the U.S. from deportation. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals is a two year renewable program that allows undocumented stude...

Women in Light showcases local photography

Shaylyn Martos

March 14, 2017

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, Entertainment

The Women in Light photo collective held the opening reception for their fourth annual show in the Luxe Gallery at San Diego City College on Friday, Feb. 24. “Women in Light: A Perspective” features work from City College students and faculty as well as local photographers regarding womanhood, femininity, and the societal structures and gender roles that define women’s liv...

Letter from the Editor – The press under fire

Letter from the Editor – The press under fire

March 14, 2017

Journalist Dan Rather calls it "an emergency." And it is. Said Rather, "The time for normalizing, dissembling, and explaining away Donald Trump has long sinc...

What happens when you lose your health care?

James Call

March 14, 2017

Filed under OPINION

Republicans are scrambling to “repeal and replace” Obamacare with little consensus so far on how to accomplish it. Citizens are worried about their coverage. The student health care that our $19 per semester pays for is fairly comprehensive, but it won’t last forever. If the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is repealed, then what? What will be available when we leave school?...

Latino Film Festival returns to San Diego

Shaylyn Martos

March 14, 2017

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The 24th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival opens on March 16 in Mission Valley and North Park and will run until March 26. The film festival was originally created as an opportunity for film students to showcase their work focusing on the Latino culture and experience, but has now grown into a respected and large festival that takes over the AMC Theater at the Miss...

Should City College have gender neutral bathrooms available on campus?

Andrea Morn

March 14, 2017

Filed under LIFE, TOP STORIES

No, because just because you can’t identify with your own sex that doesn't mean that somebody else should have to pay for your confusion. You are what you are. -Julian Boe, 20, Political Science   Yes, because not everyone conforms to the gender binary and I think they should be accommodated. -Miranda Rivera, 23, Child Development   Yes. It creates a sa...

DACA students fear deportation under Trump

DACA students fear deportation under Trump

March 14, 2017

San Diego City College DACA students sat down with City Times for an interview about recent fears that President Donald Trump will end the Deferred Action...

Urban Scholars promote education to prevent incarceration

Joshua Nelson

March 14, 2017

Filed under LIFE, TOP STORIES

The Urban Scholars Union will be hosting a panel entitled, “Pathway through Higher Education.” Formerly incarcerated students will tell personal narratives, with an emphasis on how higher education impacts recidivism rates, which refer to a person’s likelihood to relapse into criminal behavior. The Urban Scholars are planning for over 80 students, professors, and commu...

President Whisenhunt and a college in transition

President Whisenhunt and a college in transition

Thomas Chesy, News Editor

March 14, 2017

Filed under LIFE, NEWS, TOP STORIES

Interim San Diego City College President Denise Whisenhunt sat with City Times for an interview last Wednesday on the future of City College, the San Diego...

“Algo Sucede” con Julieta Venegas

Nanitzia Elizabeth Comparan Cuadras

March 14, 2017

Filed under ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Grammy Award and six-time Latin Grammy Award winner and Mexican-American singer, songwriter, and producer Julieta Venegas will perform March 17 at the House of Blues San Diego. On Feb. 13, Venegas confirmed via Facebook three California "Algo Sucede" ("Something's Happening") shows for March 2017: Santa Cruz, Anaheim and San Diego. Venegas has been on tour since 2015 pr...

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